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Why Choose Our Radio and Television Program?
An AA Degree in Radio-Television, Certificates in Radio and Television, university transferrable courses, internships, job shadowing, professional mentors, radio station operation, TV studio operation, cinema production, multimedia computer lab access, these are some of the opportunities available to Delta College Radio and Television students.
Delta College Radio students work in an FCC licensed radio station – KWDC FM 93.5. Television students work in a 4-camera TV studio. Cinema productions range from short and full-length movie features. Standard electronic media industry equipment and software is utilized in a variety of production labs and studios. Many of the basic Radio and Television program courses are CSU transferable. Assistance with locating electronic media internships and job shadowing opportunities can be arranged.
Radio and Television courses focus on preparing students for entry-level employment within one of the many branches of the electronic media industry. For people currently in the electronic media industry or returning to the profession, this type of Radio and Television student will potentially be able to enhance and update electronic media skills.
Successful Radio and Television program graduates have found employment working at local radio stations, TV stations, film/cinema production companies, video/videography production services, and multimedia companies, to name a few. Most Radio and Television graduates successfully transfer to four-year colleges/universities with Radio, Television, Film, and Multimedia programs.
What Are The Degree & Certificate Options?
Radio and Television courses are designed to develop a strong base of knowledge and skills that will serve as a foundation for further study of Radio and Television. The Media Studies Certificates are designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in the radio, television and related electronic media industries. The Radio/Television, Associate in Arts degree is designed to prepare students for electronic media careers and transfer to a California State University.
What Can I Do With My Degree?
According to Learn.org and the Bureau of Labor Statistics the following are some of the jobs available in this field: actor, advertising, animator, announcer, camera operator, fundraiser, director, film and video editor, marketing, multimedia artist, music director, news anchor, producer, promotions, public relations, reporter, sales, sports broadcaster, videographer, visual effects, voice-over artist, and writer.
Who Is Teaching Radio and Television?
|Area||Phone Numbers||RTV website link:|
|TV Studio||(209) 954-5831||www.deltacollegeradio.com|
|Radio/Internet Station||(209) 954-5526|
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