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The field of mass media is a fast-paced challenging career and one needs to toil hard to make it work. This course in broadcast communication aims to equip you with the necessary competency to make a successful career whether in radio and television production, script writing, film making, graphics, animation, ad making, editing, news reporting and a host of other career options. Through this course you learn to be a radio jockey, sports commentator, production assistant, recording engineers, lighting engineers and so on.
Some of the topics on which the course focuses on are: introduction to electronic media, audiography, videography, radio production, television production, media programming, advertising, broadcast media management, graphics, animation and special effects. The course is an exhaustive study into understanding the various aspects of broadcast communication.
With the establishment of new production houses, broadcasting channels, radio stations and multimedia studios, the opportunities in this field are numerous. The growth in this sector is often comparable to that of the information technology sector. Professionals from this field can get into film making, animation, special effects, cable television networks, radio and TV anchoring, news reading, event management and also into entrepreneurship. Most of the jobs in this field are with private industry. However, some of the jobs are there in the government sector too, in government owned television and radio broadcasting stations and also in various departments associated with information and broadcasting.
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