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Build Digital Journalism and Broadcasting Skills
At NYFA’s Broadcast Journalism School, aspiring journalists and content creators learn fundamental techniques in the craft of contemporary journalism and cross-platform nonfiction video. In this full-time program, students create their own news projects, rapidly building introductory skills in digital production and narrative storytelling.
Program DescriptionProgram Name: 4-Week Broadcast Journalism Workshop
In NYFA’s 4-Week Broadcast Journalism workshop, aspiring journalists gain hands-on experience in digital journalism and content creation through a range of unique news projects. Students learn to shoot with their own single-camera set-ups and how to edit their work using industry-standard software, also learning to identify and make arrangements for their subjects, choose and secure locations, prepare equipment, arrange the preparation and setup of the locations, and make final technical checks.
The workshop provides students with the opportunity to create compelling projects for their reel while developing important transferable skills in narrative storytelling, research, personal branding, communication, and writing. Students graduate from the workshop with the knowledge and experience to effectively pitch and concept news segments, improve their online presence, and utilize various news and media platforms.
To learn more about NYFA’s workshops, see NYFA’s Course Catalog or request more information.
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In the 4-Week workshop, student journalists learn through a rigorous progression of real world projects, which may include work such as a Voiceover, a News Package, as well as an Interview Profile. To learn more about the projects, visit our projects page .
Please note: Equipment, curriculum, and projects are subject to change and may vary depending on location. Students should consult the most recently published campus catalog for the most up-to-date curriculum.