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Duration

2 years

Tuition

$5,444

  Belleville

Sep 5-Aug 29

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Diploma

Year Founded

1967

Scholarships

yes

Students are prepared to work in radio, television, newspaper, magazine and online newsrooms. Graduates find work as writers, reporters, photographers, editors, freelancers, web content providers, editorial assistants, videographers, program hosts and news anchors.

The skills developed in this program can also lead to careers in public and media relations, and educational, training or industrial video production. Cap off your studies with on-the-job experience during a field placement. Placements have been completed at newsgathering organizations across the country including the Winnipeg Free Press, Windsor Star, Bracebridge Examiner/Gravenhurst Banner, CHEX-TV and CTV.

What You’ll Learn

  • Develop hands-on skills in research, writing and interviewing.
  • Use digital tools and apps for gathering and sharing stories, video, social media and interactive journalism.
  • Create newscasts for the federally licensed College radio station, 91X.
  • Work with a team of student reporters, ENG shooters, producers, anchors and editors to produce a web-based television newscast.
  • Publish original work for the student-produced community online news service, QNet News (qnetnews.ca).
  • Learn with guest speakers from the community and from large market radio stations, newspapers and TV networks.

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