Broadcast Journalism Programs and Workshops
The multimedia journalist (MMJ) is a confident and resourceful storyteller. At NYFA’s Broadcast Journalism School, located at our NYFA New York campus, aspiring journalists prepare for the modern era of evidence-based digital journalism, where news expands across television, web, and social platforms. Founded in collaboration with NBC News, our Broadcast Journalism School takes a hands-on approach of learning by doing through a rigorous progression of real-world projects, as well as academic learning and actual production experience.
In addition to their creative exploration and technical training, our Broadcast Journalism students learn how to apply narrative storytelling to the news, providing them with the unique, transferable skill set necessary to successfully pursue their creative goals in an always-changing industry. Students research, write, shoot, produce, and edit their own stories, learning essential cross-platform nonfiction video, leadership, critical thinking, and communication skills while building a reel that showcases their best work.
As NYFA strives to make education in media, journalism, and the visual arts accessible to the most diverse, international, and broadest spectrum of students, our Broadcast Journalism School is a supportive community where students can collaborate and build lasting connections.