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Julian Rodriguez

Name

[Rodriguez, Julian]
  • Specialist, Department of Communication
  • Broadcast Journalism Specialist

Biography

Julian Rodriguez is Lecturer in the Department of Communication at The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Julian worked in television news at KOLN-KGIN in Nebraska before joining UT-Arlington in 2008. His teaching interests include broadcast journalism, Hispanic-American media, audiovisual production for multiplatform distribution, new and emerging media technologies affecting journalism and content-driven industries, and news media industry adoption of online social networks in transmedia environments. Julian’s research interests focus on Hispanic-American media adoption of online tools and social networks to distribute content, crowdsource and interact with followers, the effects of media messages on news information consumers, and society’s adoption of new and emerging media technologies to develop and nurture awareness systems.

Julian is the founder and news director of UTA News en Español, a Spanish-language university television newscast focusing on the interests of bilingual/bicultural college students. He has also created strong content production and sharing partnerships with Hispanic media, with the most recent partnership, Proyecto U, leading to the production of prerecorded and live television newscasts at Univision-Dallas (KUVN).

Fellowships and Awards

- Broadcast Education Association (BEA), 2nd Place Multicultural Studies Division Paper Competition, 2017

- National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) Student Production Award: Proyecto U, 2017

- Broadcast Education Association (BEA), 1st Place Multicultural Studies Division Paper Competition, 2017

- Presidential ¡Dale! Award 2016, National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)

- UTA College of Liberal Arts 2016 Research Grant (Co-Investigator): Hispanic Youth Media Use

- Bingham Fellowship Award 2015: Association of Opinion Journalists

- UT Arlington HSI Task Force: $2.6 Million DoED Grant for “IDEAS Center”

- Blue Ribbon Finalist 2015: College Television Awards, Television Academy Foundation

- Faculty Fellow, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Faculty Seminar 2014

- Outstanding Lecturer Award, College of Liberal Arts, UT Arlington, 2014

- Dean’s Accolade Award, College of Liberal Arts, UT Arlington, 2014

- Broadcast Education Association (BEA), 2nd Place News Division Paper Competition, 2014

- NCTCOG Outstanding Advertising and Partner Involvement of the Year, 2010-2014

- Faculty Fellow, UTA Center for Community Service-Learning (CCSL), 2013-2014

- Grant for E-Course Materials, Television Production, 2012

- First Prize Northwest Broadcast News Association: Documentary, 2005

- Third Place National Student Academy Awards (Oscars) Documentary, 2004

- Broadcast Education Association (BEA) Student Documentary of the Year, 2004

- First Prize Northwest Broadcast News Association: Documentary, 2004

- High Achievement, J-Days Honors Convocation, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2004-2005

- Student Academic Achievement, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2003

Professional Preparation

    • 2005 BA in Journalism (Concentrations: History, English and Film),  University of Nebraska-Lincoln
    • 2008 MA in CommunicationUniversity of Texas at Arlington

Appointments

    • Apr 2018 to Present Vice Chair, News Division
      Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
    • Apr 2018 to Present Research Chair
      Broadcast Education Association Conference in Latin America: Mexico
    • Feb 2017 to Present Conference Co-Chair
      Hispanic/Latino Media &Marketing International Conference
    • Apr 2016 to Apr 2018 Research Chair, News Division
      Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
    • Apr 2014 to Apr 2016 Co-Vice Chair of Communication, News Division
      Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
    • June 2013 to June 2014 President
      Texas Association of Broadcast Educators (TABE)
    • June 2012 to June 2013 Vice President
      Texas Association of Broadcast Educators (TABE)
    • June 2011 to June 2012 Second Vice President
      Texas Association of Broadcast Educators (TABE)

Memberships

  • Membership
    • Dec 2008 to Present Hispanic Communicators DFW (HCDFW)
    • July 2008 to Present Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
    • June 2008 to Present Texas Association of Broadcast Educators (TABE)
    • Dec 2003 to Present National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)

Research and Expertise

  • 3. SOCIAL NETWORKING AND CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS

    Social networking adoption and use by society and media companies, and current issues affecting telecommunications at the national and international level.

  • 2. US HISPANIC MEDIA

    Hispanic Media is the fastest growing media in the United States. Today, there are more than 50 million people of Hispanic origin living in the United States. Reaching successfully this growing market is key to the survival of the American enterprise.

  • 1. BROADCAST JOURNALISM

    Broadcast journalism adoption of new and emerging media technologies to engage and grow audiences.

  • 4. PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

    Harp, Dustin, Rodriguez, Julian, & Tremayne, Mark. (2018). Second Place Research Paper: Social Media as a Bridge to Political Involvement for Young U.S. Hispanics. Multicultural division paper winners’ presentation at the Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Ledbetter, Robyn, Rodriguez, Julian, & Smith, Laura. (2018). AIRCHECK: The Student Newscast Experience. Panel presentation at the Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Alexandrino, Dania, Ayala, Jesus, Ortegon, German, Rodriguez, Julian, Ruiz, Vanessa, & Slocum, Phyllis. (2018). The Hispanic Media Exchange: An Inclusive Network of Universities Sharing Television News Reports Across the Americas. Panel presentation at the Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Becerra, Jairo, Cotino, Lorenzo, Rodriguez, Julian, Sanchez, Marco, Torres, Jheison, and Velandia, John.  (Forthcoming). Book: Application of the Colombian Transparency Law and Access to Public Information (In Spanish). Catholic University of Colombia, Bogota, Colombia

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2017). Guest Lecture: Artificial Intelligence, Awareness Systems, and Hispanic Media. Thomas Jay Harris Institute for Hispanic and International Communication (HIHIC) at Texas Tech University. Lubbock, TX

    Esquivel, Maritza, Moreno, Manuel, & Rodriguez, Julian. (2017). Hispanic Media and the Awakening Giant: How College Media Can Effectively Address America’s Changing Demographics. Panel presentation at the 2017 ACP/CMA Fall National College Media Convention. Dallas, TX

    Becerra, Jairo, Koerner, Andrei, Rodriguez, Julian, & Velandia, Jhon. (2017). Artificial Intelligence and Awareness Systems. Guest lecture and panel presentation at the X International Symposium of Information and Communication Technologies Law. Catholic University of Bogota, Colombia

    Arrieta, Rolando, Moreno, Jairo, & Rodriguez, Julian. (2017). Television and Radio Reporting With Smartphones: Record, Edit, and Go Live! Professional workshop at the Excellence in Journalism Conference. Anaheim, CA

    Arocha, Zita, Carbajal, Alfredo, Contreras, Gustavo, Bonmati, Damia, & Rodriguez, Julian. (2017). Without Accents. Invited participation: panel presentation at the Excellence in Journalism Conference. Anaheim, CA

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2017). First Place Research Paper: Spanish-Language Media Journalists in the United States: Media Training and Work Satisfaction. Multicultural division paper winners’ presentation at the Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Coronado, Katie, Georges, Beth, Rodriguez, Julian, Slocum, Phyllis, & Tristan, Claudia. (2017). Creative and Innovative Media Programs: Re-inventing Broadcast Journalism to Match Tomorrow’s Industry and Audience Demographics. News division panel presentation at the Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2016). The Echo of Public Information: Data, Generations and Journalism. Guest lecture and panel presentation at the IX International Symposium of Information and Communication Technologies Law. Catholic University of Bogota, Colombia

    Becerra, Jairo, & Rodriguez, Julian. (2016). The Role of Private Property Law in Outer Space, Three Case Studies. General Jose Maria Cordova Scientific Magazine. Colombia, South America

    Becerra, Jairo, Carter, Joseph, Christie, Thomas, & Rodriguez, Julian. (2016). Freedom of Information Laws and Newsrooms: Digital Mining Tools for News Content Sharing Networks. Ongoing research and software development panel presentation sponsored by the Broadcast Education Association News and Law Divisions. Las Vegas, NV

    Aiken, LaDonna, Ingram, Thomas, Liguez, Lance, & Rodriguez, Julian. (2016). Service Learning in the Classroom: Partnering, Creating and Impacting. Panel presentation at the Broadcast Education Association conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Becerra, Jairo, Obando, Tatiana, Restrepo, Marcela, Rodriguez, Julian, & Tellez, Julio. (2015). Technology, Access and Power: The United States and the Echo of Public Information. Panel presentation at the VII International Symposium of Information and Communication Technologies Law. Bogota, Colombia.

    Rodriguez, Julian, & Slocum, Phyllis. (2015). Partnering with the Industry: Funding, Content Sharing, and Employment Opportunities. News division panel presentation at the Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2014). Unauthorized immigrant population of Texas: Technology adoption and news media consumption. News division paper winners’ presentation at the Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2014). Student news aircheck: Español. Panel presentation at Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2013). Twitter use among English and Spanish language television stations: A traffic and content analysis of Dallas-Fort Worth local television Twitter accounts. In Media Management and Economics Research in a Transmedia Environment. Taylor and Francis.

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2011). Are Hispanics fairly represented in the media? In Hispanic Executive Magazine. May/June 2011, Issue 14, Vol. 4.

    Albarran, Alan, Carter, Joseph, Coffey, Amy, & Rodriguez, Julian. (2013). Media economics and audience dynamics: The fight for eyeballs, clicks, and comments at the dawn of Web 3.0 – Partnerships: Closing the gap between media companies and academic research. Panel presentation at Broadcast Education Association. Las Vegas, NV

    Geller, Valerie, Heifetz, Terry, Rodriguez, Julian, Shrader, John, Taylor, Dick, & Weaver, Brad. (2013). Building a Digital Newsroom: Every digital newsroom needs a lab rat. Panel presentation at Broadcast Education Association. Las Vegas, NV

    Flores, Jose, Garcia, Cheri, Rodriguez, Julian, & Tamez, Carlos. (2013). Closing the Spanish/English media gap: Contrast in coverage. Panel presentation at Hispanic Communicators – DFW, NAHJ Dallas Chapter. Arlington, TX

    Cichock, Mark, Deen, Rebecca, Farrar-Myers, Victoria, & Rodriguez, Julian. (2012). Presidential election panel: media coverage, social media and instantaneous communication. Panel presentation at Pi Sigma Alpha, National Political Science Honor Society. Arlington, TX

    Albarran, Alan, Arango, German, Gutierrez, Maria E., Otteson, Gabe, Perrillat, Jessica, Rodriguez, Julian, & Santana, Josefina. (2012). Latin American and Hispanic media management and economics research. Research symposium panel presentation at Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Rodriguez, Julian, & Carter, Joseph. (2011). Digital media compression, streaming, and workflows. Presentation at Society of Broadcast Engineers. Dallas, TX

    Albarran, Alan, DeMars, Tony, Rodriguez, Julian, & Santana, Maria. (2011). Hispanic media is American media: A high definition view of Hispanic media demand and supply in higher-ed and American society. Panel presentation at Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Flores, Jose, Rodriguez, Julian, & Sanchez, Alfredo. (2010). From Telemundo Production Center (TPC) to local newscast productions. Panel moderator at Center for Spanish Language Media Annual Conference: A Panorama of Opportunities. Denton, TX

    Carbajal, Alfredo, Flores, Jose, Rodriguez, Julian, & Torres, Jay. (2010). Hispanic media today and prospects for the future. Panel moderator at UT-Arlington Communication Day. Arlington, TX

    Albarran, Alan, DeMars, Tony, Liguez, Lance, Rodriguez, Julian, & Santana, Maria. (2010). Hispanic media and the forces of change. Panel presentation at Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Albarran, Alan, DeMars, Tony, Rodriguez, Julian, Santana, Maria, & Soto, Jose. (2009). Preparing students for careers in Spanish-language media. Panel presentation at Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Clark, Andrew, Hubbard, Glenn, Jaskulske, Brenda, Rodriguez, Julian, Tiner, Richard, & Turner, Pat (2009). The benefits and potential of internet radio. Panel presentation at Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    Christie, Thomas, Clark, Andrew, Ingram, Thomas, & Rodriguez, Julian. (2009). Beyond listening and viewing: Policy, direction and effectiveness of international broadcasting services. Panel presentation at Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV

    DeMars, Tony, & Rodriguez, Julian. (2009). The mixed metaphor of Spanish-language student media: new media and new opportunities. Panel presentation at Western States Communication Association Conference. Phoenix, AZ

    Duarte, Edgar, & Rodriguez, Julian. (1998). Tu tumba tiene mi nombre. In Se Nos Dañó el Radio. Sistemas y Computadores Ltda. Bucaramanga, Colombia, South America

  • 5. INVITED PUBLICATIONS

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2015). Preface in The Responsibility of the State on the Use of Information and Communication Technologies. Catholic University of Colombia Press. Bogota, Colombia

  • 6. OTHER PRESENTATIONS AND SYNERGISTIC ACTIVITIES

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2014-Present). Faculty advisor: National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) student chapter at UT Arlington.

    To College, Together (Juntos a la Universidad). (May, 2015). Organizing committee: Educational conference for the Hispanic community of Dallas-Fort Worth; the conference educates families on how to attend an institution of higher education in Texas. Sponsors: UTA Department of Communication, UTA News en Español, Latinos Stand Up, University Crossroads, Magdaleno Leadership Institute, and UTA Parent & Family Center.

    Professional Workshop. (May, 2015). Creating your website; workshop organized in partnership with the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter.

    Professional Workshop. (February, 2015). Lighting and video production using smartphones; workshop organized in partnership with the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter.

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2015-Present). Reviewer: Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media (JoBEM)

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2013-2014). Data committee: Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) Certification Task Force, The University of Texas at Arlington.

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2014). Hiring committee: Search for Director of UT Arlington’s Center for Community Service-Learning (CCSL).

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2014-Present). Advising board: Center for Mexican American Studies (CMAS) at The University of Texas at Arlington.

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2014-Present). Faculty advisor: National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) student chapter at UT Arlington.

    Women Without Limits (Mujeres Sin Límites). (March 29, 2014). Organizing committee: Hispanic women conference in Spanish at The University of Texas at Arlington. Sponsors: UTA Department of Communication, UTA News en Español, Latinos Stand Up, University Crossroads, and UTA Center for Mexican American Studies (CMAS).

    To College, Together (Juntos a la Universidad). (October, 2014). Organizing committee: Educational conference for the Hispanic community of Dallas-Fort Worth; the conference educates families on how to attend an institution of higher education in Texas. Sponsors: UTA Department of Communication, UTA News en Español, Latinos Stand Up, University Crossroads, Magdaleno Leadership Institute, UTA Center for Mexican American Studies, and UTA Parent & Family Center.

    Rodriguez, Julian. (Sept. 24, 2013). Host and master class moderator. UTA Maverick speaker series: Jose Antonio Vargas. Define American: my life as an undocumented immigrant (CNN Films: Documented).

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2012-Present). North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG): Air North Texas and UT Arlington Department of Communication service-learning partnership. Advertising partner of the year, 2012-2013

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2012-Present). Paper reviewer: Broadcast Education Association (BEA) News Division and Radio & Audio Media Division 

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2010-Present). Editorial board: The International Journal of Hispanic Media at Texas Tech University. Lubbock, TX

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2013). Thesis committee at the University of North Texas. Gabriel Vazquez: Programming for the Latino youth:  A content analysis of prime time television programs by three Spanish-language broadcast networks. Denton, TX

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2013). Judge: NBC/Universal Foundation, 21st Century Solutions Grant. Fort Worth, TX

    Garza, Saul, Maritez, Laura, Piña, Gary, Ramirez, Karina, and Rodriguez, Julian. (2013). Conexiones: Closing the Spanish/English media gap. Conferene organized in collaboration with Hispanic Communicators Dallas-Fort Worth (NAHJ Dallas Chapter). Arlington, TX

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2012). Judge: The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (EMMYS) – Southeast Chapter

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2010-Present). Creator and news director of UTA News en Español. UTA News en Español (UTANE) is the only university Spanish-language television newscast in Texas produced entirely with original content, involved in research, and advised by bilingual faculty. The newscast is part of the broadcast sequence in the Department of Communication; it prepares Hispanic/Spanish-speaking students for careers in multimedia journalism (www.utanews.com). Arlington, TX

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2012). Wordpress.com workshop. The event was organized in collaboration with Hispanic Communicators Dallas-Fort Worth (NAHJ Dallas Chapter) to teach media professionals how to use Wordpress.com to create and maintain their online presence. Arlington, TX

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2011). Rumbo a la Universidad (Road to higher-education). UT-Arlington and Telemundo-Dallas: College Financial Aid Audiovisual Education. Arlington, TX

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2011). Online tools and Twitter workshop. The event was organized in collaboration with Hispanic Communicators Dallas-Fort Worth (NAHJ Chapter) to train media professionals on the use of online tools and Twitter to improve their online experience and presence. Arlington, TX

    Rodriguez, Julian (2011). Video production seminar. Seminar organized at UT-Arlington in collaboration with Hispanic Communicators Dallas-Fort Worth (NAHJ Chapter); the seminar targeted media professionals in need of audiovisual production training. Arlington, TX

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2010). Una charla con Bill White (A talk with Bill White). UT-Arlington and Telemundo-Dallas: Texas governor race symposium. Arlington, TX

    Rodriguez, Julian. (2008-Present). Department of Communication special events committee. The University of Texas at Arlington. Arlington, TX

  • 7. IN THE NEWS

    - Temundo-Dallas Online. (2017). Comment on NE Tarrant Tea Party’s social media call to “body slam every journalist.” Dallas, TX

    - Telemundo 39 (KXTX). (2017). Misinformation dissemination on social networks. Dallas, TX

    - Univision 23 (KUVN). (2017). The dissemination and impact of "Fake News" in awareness systems. Dallas, TX

    - Telemundo. (2016). Online interactions, social validation, and the power of algorithms in CMC. USA National distribution.

    - La Estrella. (2016). Journalist murder profile: Jay Torres. Dallas, TX

    - Telemundo 39 (KXTX). (2016). Enfoque (Focus): Journalist murder investigation. Dallas, TX

    - Telemundo 39 (KXTX). (2016). Journalist murder investigation. Dallas, TX

    - La Estrella. (2016). UTA lecturer recognized with national award. Fort Worth, TX

    - Telemundo 39 (KXTX). (2016). Viral video impact and relevance. Dallas, TX

    - Univision 23 (KUVN). (2016). Misinformation on Social Networks. Dallas, TX

    - Star Telegram. (2015). The Trump-Ramos dustup: great for Univision, not so for Trump. Fort Worth, TX

    - Univision 23 (KUVN). (2015). Donald Trump and the Media. Dallas, TX

    - CBS 11 (KTVT). (2015). WDBJ shootings: reactions from academic institutions. Dallas, TX

    - Telemundo 39 (KXTX). (2015). WDBJ Shootings: analysis and reactions. Dallas, TX

    - Telemundo 39 (KXTX). (2015). Internet privacy and transnational scams. Late News. Dallas, TX

    - Univision 23 (KUVN). (2014). Interview for sweeps: UTA News en Español and the future of journalism education. Dallas, TX

    - UniMas 49 (KSTR). (2014). In-studio interview: Women Without Limits conference. Morning News, Univision Communicatios. Dallas, TX

    - La Estrella. (2014). Gloria Campos retiring from WFAA: What this means for the Hispanic community and Hispanic journalists. Fort Worth, TX

    - Telemundo 39 (KXTX). (2013). Online social media practices to prevent burglaries and thefts. Late News. Dallas, TX

    - Univision 23 (KUVN). (2013). Texas legislation house bill 122 and senate bill 437. Late News and univisiondallas.com. Dallas, TX

    - Univsion 23 (KUVN). (2012). Interview: Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings and Media Effects. Late News, Univision Communications. Dallas, TX

    - Univision 23 (KUVN) and Telefutura 49 (KSTR). (2012). Television profile: Hispanos de 5 Estrellas (Five Star Hispanics). Morning News, Univision Communications. Dallas, TX

    - Telefutura 49 (KSTR). (2012). In-studio interview about UTA News en Español. Morning News, Univision Commlunications. Dallas, TX

    - Telemundo 39 (KXTX). (2012). Aurora Colorado, shootings: media and gun control. Acceso Total, Telemundo-Dallas, (NBC/Universal). Dallas, TX

    - Castillo, José Luis. (June 2012). Texas university news program trains future Hispanic journalists. By EFE Agency, published by FOX News Latino, Yahoo! News, MSN Latino. Dallas, TX

    - Bowen, Bill. (Apr. 2012). Grads-to-be getting a crash course in landing a job. The Dallas Morning News. Dallas, TX

    - Telemundo 39 (KXTX). (2011). Tu conexión con las estrellas (Dallas Cowboys connection with the stars). Telemundo-Dallas, (NBC/Universal). Dallas, TX

    - Univision 23 (KUVN). (2010). Noticiero universitario en español (College Spanish-language newscast). Noticias 23, Univision Communications. Dallas, TX

    - La Estrella. (2010). Estudiantes de UTA lanzan noticiero en español (College students launch Spanish-language newscast). Diario La Estrella. Fort Worth, TX

    - Telemundo 39 (KXTX). (2010). Una charla con Bill White (A talk with Bill White). Telemundo-Dallas, (NBC/Universal). Dallas, TX

    - Maldonado, Viviana. (Aug. 2004). Música para tu mente y tus raíces, además de tus pies (Music for your mind and your roots, also for your feet). Hispanos Unidos newspaper. Lincoln, NE

Courses

      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I

        This class will teach you the art of producing, reporting, and anchoring news for television. You will participate in news gathering, writing, and will shoot packages for television.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 4393-001 Videography: Colombian Antarctica Expedition

        Special studies in broadcasting: Videography of the 4th Colombian Navy Expedition to Antarctica.  Prerequisite: BCMN 3340, BCMN 4191, fully bilingual in English and Spanish, experience in producing Spanish-language broadcast journalism, ability to travel internationally (U.S. Passport), clear all medical protocols associated with traveling internationally, 60 or more hours earned, permission of the department, and permission of the instructor.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 2358-002 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I

        Fundamentals of television production, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching
        practices.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 4191-001 Media Workshop: Spanish-Language TV News Production

        Contemporary activities in broadcasting. Topics will vary. May be repeated up to three times. Prerequisite: BCMN 2358, BCMN 3340 and permission of the instructor.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 2358-002 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I

        Fundamentals of television production, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching
        practices.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 4191-001 MEDIA WORKSHOP

        Contemporary activities in broadcasting. Topics will vary. May be repeated up to three times. Prerequisite: BCMN 2358, BCMN 3340 and permission of the instructor.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I

        This class will teach you the art of producing, reporting, and anchoring news for television. You will participate in news gathering, writing, and will shoot packages for television.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3340-001 ELECTRONIC NEWS

        This course is designed to provide you with the background needed to gather,
        write, report, and produce news for the electronic media. You will learn use of
        basic audio and video equipment. You will also learn how to edit audio and video of
        news stories for analysis and criticism. This course meets the needs of those
        planning careers in broadcasting and related fields. At the end of the course, you
        should know how to properly gather, write, and edit news and information for
        electronic media.

      • BCMN 4191-001 MEDIA WORKSHOP

        Contemporary activities in broadcasting. Topics will vary. May be repeated up to three times. Prerequisite: BCMN 2358, BCMN 3340 and permission of the instructor.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 2358-002 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I

        Fundamentals of television production, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching
        practices.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I

        This class will teach you the art of producing, reporting, and anchoring news for television. You will participate in news gathering, writing, and will shoot packages for television.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3340-001 ELECTRONIC NEWS

        This course is designed to provide you with the background needed to gather,
        write, report, and produce news for the electronic media. You will learn use of
        basic audio and video equipment. You will also learn how to edit audio and video of
        news stories for analysis and criticism. This course meets the needs of those
        planning careers in broadcasting and related fields. At the end of the course, you
        should know how to properly gather, write, and edit news and information for
        electronic media.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 4191-001 MEDIA WORKSHOP

        Contemporary activities in broadcasting. Topics will vary. May be repeated up to three times. Prerequisite: BCMN 2358, BCMN 3340 and permission of the instructor.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 2358-002 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I

        Fundamentals of television production, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching
        practices.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I

        This class will teach you the art of producing, reporting, and anchoring news for television. You will participate in news gathering, writing, and will shoot packages for television.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 2358-002 Television Production I

        Fundamentals of television production, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching
        practices.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 4191-001 MEDIA WORKSHOP

        Contemporary activities in broadcasting. Topics will vary. May be repeated up to three times. Prerequisite: BCMN 2358, BCMN 3340 and permission of the instructor.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3340-001 ELECTRONIC NEWS

        This course is designed to provide you with the background needed to gather,
        write, report, and produce news for the electronic media. You will learn use of
        basic audio and video equipment. You will also learn how to edit audio and video of
        news stories for analysis and criticism. This course meets the needs of those
        planning careers in broadcasting and related fields. At the end of the course, you
        should know how to properly gather, write, and edit news and information for
        electronic media.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I

        This class will teach you the art of producing, reporting, and anchoring news for television. You will participate in news gathering, writing, and will shoot packages for television.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I

        Fundamentals of television production, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching
        practices.

      • BCMN 2358-002 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I

        Fundamentals of television production, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching
        practices.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I

        This class will teach you the art of producing, reporting, and anchoring news for television. You will participate in news gathering, writing, and will shoot packages for television.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 4191-001 MEDIA WORKSHOP

        Contemporary activities in broadcasting. Topics will vary. May be repeated up to three times. Prerequisite: BCMN 2358 and permission of the instructor.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 2358-002 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I

        Fundamentals of television production, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching
        practices.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3340-001 ELECTRONIC NEWS

        This course is designed to provide you with the background needed to gather,
        write, report, and produce news for the electronic media. You will learn use of
        basic audio and video equipment. You will also learn how to edit audio and video of
        news stories for analysis and criticism. This course meets the needs of those
        planning careers in broadcasting and related fields. At the end of the course, you
        should know how to properly gather, write, and edit news and information for
        electronic media.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I

        This class will teach you the art of producing, reporting, and anchoring news for television. You will participate in news gathering, writing, and will shoot packages for television.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 4191-001 MEDIA WORKSHOP

        Contemporary activities in broadcasting. Topics will vary. May be repeated up to three times. Prerequisite: BCMN 2358 and permission of the instructor.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I

        Fundamentals of television production, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching
        practices.

      • BCMN 2358-002 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I

        Fundamentals of television production, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I

        This class will teach you the art of producing, reporting, and anchoring news for television. You will participate in news gathering, writing, and will shoot packages for television.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 4191-001 MEDIA WORKSHOP

        Contemporary activities in broadcasting. Topics will vary. May be repeated up to three times. Prerequisite: BCMN 2358 and permission of the instructor.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS

        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cable, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 4191-001 Media Workshop

        Contemporary activities in broadcasting. Topics will vary. May be repeated up to three times. Prerequisite: BCMN 2358  and permission of the instructor.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 2358-002 TELEVISION PRODUCTION 1

        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3350-001 Television Reporting 1

        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3340-001 Electronic News

        This course is designed to provide you with the background needed to gather, write, report, and produce news for the electronic media. You will learn use of basic audio and video equipment. You will also learn how to edit audio and video of news stories for analysis and criticism. This course meets the needs of those planning careers in broadcasting and related fields. At the end of the course, you should know how to properly gather, write, and edit news and information for electronic media.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 2358-001 Television Production 1

        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.

        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I

        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS

        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 2358-002 Television Production 1

        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 4191-001 Media Workshop

        Contemporary activities in broadcasting. Topics will vary. May be repeated up to three times. Prerequisite: BCMN 2358  and permission of the instructor.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 4191-001 Media Workshop

        Contemporary activities in broadcasting. Topics will vary. May be repeated up to three times.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 3340-001 ELECTRONIC NEWS
        This course is designed to provide you with the background needed to gather, write, report, and produce news for the electronic media. You will learn use of basic audio and video equipment. You will also learn how to edit audio and video of news stories for analysis and criticism. This course meets the needs of those planning careers in broadcasting and related fields. At the end of the course, you should know how to properly gather, write, and edit news and information for electronic media.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 3340-001 ELECTRONIC NEWS
        This course is designed to provide you with the background needed to gather, write, report, and produce news for the electronic media. You will learn use of basic audio and video equipment. You will also learn how to edit audio and video of news stories for analysis and criticism. This course meets the needs of those planning careers in broadcasting and related fields. At the end of the course, you should know how to properly gather, write, and edit news and information for electronic media.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 3340-001 ELECTRONIC NEWS
        This course is designed to provide you with the background needed to gather, write, report, and produce news for the electronic media. You will learn use of basic audio and video equipment. You will also learn how to edit audio and video of news stories for analysis and criticism. This course meets the needs of those planning careers in broadcasting and related fields. At the end of the course, you should know how to properly gather, write, and edit news and information for electronic media.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20131 Link
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 3340-001 ELECTRONIC NEWS
        This course is designed to provide you with the background needed to gather, write, report, and produce news for the electronic media. You will learn use of basic audio and video equipment. You will also learn how to edit audio and video of news stories for analysis and criticism. This course meets the needs of those planning careers in broadcasting and related fields. At the end of the course, you should know how to properly gather, write, and edit news and information for electronic media.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • BCMN 3340-001 ELECTRONIC NEWS
        This course is designed to provide you with the background needed to gather, write, report, and produce news for the electronic media. You will learn use of basic audio and video equipment. You will also learn how to edit audio and video of news stories for analysis and criticism. This course meets the needs of those planning careers in broadcasting and related fields. At the end of the course, you should know how to properly gather, write, and edit news and information for electronic media.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 3340-001 ELECTRONIC NEWS
        This course is designed to provide you with the background needed to gather, write, report, and produce news for the electronic media. You will learn use of basic audio and video equipment. You will also learn how to edit audio and video of news stories for analysis and criticism. This course meets the needs of those planning careers in broadcasting and related fields. At the end of the course, you should know how to properly gather, write, and edit news and information for electronic media.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20121 Link
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20121 Link
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20121 Link
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20121 Link
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20121 Link
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20121 Link
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20121 Link
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20121 Link
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011 Download Syllabus 1 Link
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20111 Link
      • BCMN 3350-001 TELEVISION REPORTING I
        Producing and reporting of news information for the television media. Students will participate in news gathering, writing, and shoot packages for television. Prerequisite: BCMN 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20111 Link
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • BCMN 2358-001 TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
        Fundamentals of television broadcasting, including programming concepts, writing, lighting, and switching practices.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • BCMN 4320-001 CURRENT ISSUES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
        Recent and current literature in radio and television broadcasting, cablecasting, industrial video, satellite distribution, and national and international telecommunications policies. Current problems and possible solutions. Prerequisite: BCMN 3319, 3340.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2009