Bs multiplatform journalism in Duquesne university
The Multiplatform Journalism curriculum prepares students to work as multimedia journalists across a wide variety of platforms - from online news sites to traditional print and broadcast outlets. Today's journalist must be multifaceted. A reporter at an online news outlet might, in a single day, shoot video, produce an audio story and write several iterations of a story for a Web site and social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Conversely, a reporter at a broadcast station or cable outlet might produce both visual and written versions of a story. Multiplatform Journalism equips students with the knowledge and skills to produce content for any platform - and to seize opportunities as new platforms emerge. In this program, you'll learn to interview, research, report, write, shoot and edit audio and video, create graphics and master social media.
Official high school transcripts and college transcripts, Letter of recommendation and Personal Essay, Typical SAT scores: Math (520-610), Critical reading (520-600), Writing (500-600), ACT Composite (23-28)
Broadcast Anchor, Video Writer and Editor, Television Producer, Broadcast Engineers, Print Writer and Publisher, Script Writer, Web and Social Media Writer, Digital Producer, Print and Digital Editor