COM 3333 - Electronic Media Programming

Description
This course surveys the various methods for program decision-making at all levels of radio, television, and new electronic media. Also covered: the duties of the program director, music director, and on-air staff; how advertising, news, and entertainment fit together in programming strategy; the future convergence of media technologies and their effect on future programming; program criticism, effects, and ratings; and future career opportunities in the programming segment of these industries. Prerequisites: COM 2416 and registration is restricted to students admitted to the BS in Communication, Electronic Media/Broadcasting.
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2016
Offered
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Avg. Class Size
25
Avg. Sections
1