COM 150: Introduction to Radio Production
This performance-based course introduces students to the world of radio production. Instruction in the basic fundamentals of radio allows students to experience the hands-on processes involved, including equipment operation and editing software, mixing and editing techniques and the production process. With this knowledge, students create a variety of live and edited projects including promos and a weekly show on WCC's own radio station, Orchard Radio. A brief overview of the history of radio and an understanding of the terminology complete this course.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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