NNS 102 Understanding Multimedia Journalism

Students receive an elementary grounding in basic disciplines involved in using sound and pictures to tell nonfiction stories. Trends in modern multimedia journalism will be described, including the use of various digital platforms and social media. Students will emerge with a theoretical understanding of the interplay of various media in the news business today, and each student will also complete at least one basic reporting assignment using audio, video, and/or still photography, as well as text. Lect: 2 hrs./Lab: 1 hr. Prerequisite: JRN 120 or NNS 101, Antirequisites: JRN 112, JRN 125 Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1




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