3-Week Broadcast Journalism Camp for Teens

Learn Journalism and Broadcasting at NYFA

Founded in collaboration with NBC News, NYFA’s Broadcast Journalism School is designed to introduce aspiring digital journalists to the modern era of evidence-based digital journalism. In our 3-Week Broadcast Journalism Camp, held in the media capital of New York City, students aged 14-17 learn how the news expands across television, web, and social platforms. In this intensive program, students produce a newscast and gain real-world skills by creating their own news projects, learning the digital news production process from start-to-finish.

Program Description

Camp Name: 3-Week Broadcast Journalism Camp for Teens

In this hands-on camp, aspiring digital journalists and reporters research, write, direct, and produce their own news stories. Throughout the program, students work on projects such as a 30-second voiceover story and a 90-second news package. Additionally, students may anchor a special edition of the student-produced TV series NYFA News. Students gain technical skills in video production and editing as they learn shot selection, composition, scene exposure, and how to shoot sequences. To edit their work, students learn how to use industry-standard software.

At the end of the program, student work is screened in a special presentation open to family and friends. Students receive a digital copy of their final work.

To learn more about NYFA’s camps, visit the NYFA Camp Brochure.


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