Radio, Television & Film
Working knowledge is the best kind to prepare you to produce.
From broadcasts to narrowcasts to webcasts, the technology of mass communication has grown increasingly more advanced and sophisticated in the age of the 24-hour news cycle. Whether your interest is in filmmaking or broadcasting, and however you see your role in those industries in the future, you’ll need to bring plenty of hands-on production experience with you, and that’s exactly what you’ll get at Butler.
Our Associate degree program emphasizes student involvement in the production of actual radio and television programming from practically the first day of class. Our students are responsible to produce 24/7, year-round programming for both 88.1 “The Grizz” Radio and BCTV Cable Channel 20.
A diverse exposure to electronic media.
You are guided by instructors who have ongoing industry experience, so you learn real-world standards and practices. You produce feature stories, program music for radio airshifts and create comedy sketches for television. You’ll develop interviewing skills and learn to write broadcast copy. In our Convergence Media class, we’ll examine the relationship between traditional and web-based media and prepare you to step into a professional world in which the two are fully integrated.
As the world’s media outlets proliferate, the need for qualified professionals to develop reliable, ethical content will only increase. Get started on a sound footing with real-world instruction in Butler’s Radio, Television & Film program.
Your degree in Radio, Television & Film can lead to a career in:
- Broadcast Journalism
- Sound Engineering
- Video Production