Radio and Television Production & Broadcasting Technology
Radio and Television Production and Broadcasting Technology, offered on the Rankin and Utica campuses, will prepare you to work in a variety of broadcast media. Possible careers include: announcing, broadcasting control, editing, and other various technical positions.
Course content develops communications leadership, human relations, employment skills, and teaches safe and efficient work practices. You will learn programming and copy preparation, as well as announcing and moderating programs. Additionally, you’ll understand how to operate radio/television broadcasting equipment to support broadcast managers in the production of materials used in broadcasting, as well as the use of those materials or programs in the radio/television format.
Our program offers three options: a Career Certificate, a Technical Certificate, and an Associate of Applied Science Degree. A CPAS review course and exam are required to graduate from our program.
If you’ve dreamt about a career in production behind the camera or microphone, this is your best first step. Attending the Radio and Television Production and Broadcasting Technology program at Hinds Community College will allow you to obtain the experience and education you need to thrive across a variety of career opportunities.
Important Program Information
- DEGREES / CERTIFICATES
- Associate of Applied Science
- Career Certificate
- Technical Certificate
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