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Students working hard in their broadcasting class

Students working hard in their broadcasting class

Emily Garson

Students working hard in their broadcasting class

Emily Garson

Emily Garson

Students working hard in their broadcasting class

Brynly Brown, North Staff Writer

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Gone are the days of getting news delivered from a paperboy throwing newspapers from his bike. Communication about important events is distributed to us through print news, social media and through broadcasting. Edmond North has a broadcasting class that provides students with the production techniques used for radio and television. This class also allows script writing and some practical production experience.

 “I hope that these students are able to gain knowledge of the broadcasting world with great hands-on experience that they are able to take all they have learned and done into post-high school life and apply them into careers they will want to pursue. This program is so special because there really are not that many high school students who are able to get this kind of experience,” Flagg said.

It takes a high achiever who is a good listener and an approachable student to be a broadcaster.

https://study.com/how_to_become_a_broadcaster.html

A broadcaster needs to be clear, concise and correct with the information they deliver. North students are learning that it takes more than an understanding of the basics of grammar and punctuation to be able to perform well.  

Broadcasting and print news have some similarities and differences. Print news and Broadcasting stories both must be thoroughly researched and have intriguing information.  They both have to be easy to understand and have stories that provide the public with organized news. The differences between print and broadcast news is that broadcast news information is presented to be listened to or viewed, instead of read. Broadcasting is more convenient and presented in a quicker time because it doesn’t take long to read like print news.

https://wikidiff.com/journalism/broadcasting  

The appeal of getting news quickly and effortlessly is essential to teens in our decade.   Many students prefer learning broadcasting skills such as; audio mixing, understanding live camera shots, and learning to edit and animate a graphic creation that the broadcasting class can provide. In the current generation, hearing broadcast news can be dramatic and can only be heard once compared to print news which is available to be reread. Broadcasting can provide many career choices such as; a producer, news anchor, video editor, news writer, social media manager, radio DJ and many more.

https://beonair.com/types-of-jobs-in-broadcasting/  

In broadcasting, students can gain practical skills to become an effective journalist when communicating with the public.

If students are interested in researching, asking questions, and sharing information and want to be a broadcaster, North’s broadcasting class has an abundance to offer.  

 

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