June 21, Share on Television has transformed sports such as football, with millions of fans tuning in week in, week out to see their team. It is clear that sporting bodies and broadcasters need sports to deliver on the pitch to entice viewers, but they also need to be delivering a quality product themselves to keep the public engaged.
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Open Electives: s. Core Classes Introduction to Broadcasting.
Includes study of interviewing, writing, and copy editing skills and library use. Prerequisites: BC Content produced will be suitable for broadcast and internet distribution.
Not open to students who have completed BC Students acquire creative and technical skills and learn how to work as a production team. Course will prepare students for internships and careers in studio production.
Prerequisite: BC , or permission of instructor.
See also: East Coast bias Broadcasting of sports started with descriptions of play sent via telegraph in the s. In , a telegraph line was connected to the Victoria Rink in Montreal to update fans in Winnipeg of the Stanley Cup challenge series between Montreal and Winnipeg ice hockey teams.
Ethical considerations faced by broadcasters and cablecasters. Prerequisite: Senior standing or permission of instructor.
Sports Broadcasting Sports, Media and Society. Examines the ethics, literature, racial and gender issues, and the business of sports broadcasting. Includes an overview of the history of broadcast sports writing in American culture.
Prerequisite: BC Emphasis on the interactive nature of the online experience as it changes traditional notions of presentation and distribution.
Prerequisites: BC , and Prerequisites: BC and Students produce and direct coverage of sporting events. Prerequisites: Written consent of instructor. Enrollment in upper division courses level requires a grade of C or better in the lower division prerequisite course level having the same title.