Diploma in Broadcasting (Radio & TV)
Faculty of Communication, Media & Broadcasting, KP/JPS (KR11672) 05/16
Broadcasting (Radio & TV) is a very large segment of the mass media market, consisting of radio and television stations and networks that create content or acquire the right to broadcast taped television and radio programs.
The Diploma in Broadcasting creates many opportunities in the exciting world of broadcasting.
Through the course content, students will become knowledgeable of the basic developments in the history of broadcasting.
They will understand the impact of broadcasting and its influence on society and be familiar with the necessary broadcasting terminology to acquire practical skills in the various dimensions of broadcasting such as audiences, research, regulations, programming, screenwriting and production.
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|English Language Proficiency 1||English Language Proficiency 2|
|Creative & Innovation Studies||Information Technology|
|Fundamentals of Design||Media Writing|
|Introduction to Computer Skills||Intro to Management|
|Presentation Research Study Skills||Islamic Studies/Moral Studies|
|Semester 3||Semester 4|
|Principles of Entrepreneurship||English Language Proficiency 3|
|Business Planning||Principles of Broadcasting Technology|
|Introduction to Broadcast Writing|
|Fundamentals of Camera Operation|
|Broadcast Media Production|
|Semester 5||Semester 6|
|English Language Proficiency 4||Industry Training|
|Introduction to Screen Studies||Project Report|
|Introduction to Screenwriting|
|Bahasa Kebangsaan A|
Actor/Director, Limkokwing Honorary Fellow, Film & TV
This is an institution into the pursuit of the arts and it’s amazing to see so many people. It’s overwhelming speaking to people from all around.
- Film Director
- TV Producer
- Film Editor
- Creative Director
- Art Director
- Documentary Producer
- Traffic Coordinator
About the Industry
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