Diploma in Broadcasting (Radio & TV)
Faculty of Communication, Media & Broadcasting JPT/BPP(U)1000-801/36/Jld.14(23)
Programme Learning Outcome:
Upon completion of this course, Limkokwing graduates will be able to:
- Produce and manage programmes for the radio and television media.
- Operate a camera in single camera production or multi-camera production.
- Write and produce broadcasting projects such as telefilms, TVCs and music videos.
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|English Language Proficiency 1||English Language Proficiency 2|
|Introduction to Computer Skills||Media Writing|
|Presentation Research Study Skills||Photography Studies|
|Creative and Innovation Studies||Introduction to Broadcasting|
|Drawing 1||Intro to Management|
|Fundamental of Design||Select One:
|Semester 3||Semester 4|
|English Language Proficiency 3||English Language Proficiency 4|
|Introduction to Broadcast Writing||Introduction to Screenwriting|
|Principles of Broadcasting Technology||Introduction to Screen Studies|
|Fundamental of Camera Operation.||Broadcast Media Production|
|Radio Production||TV Broadcasting|
||U4B : Co-Curicculum|
|Semester 5||Semester 6|
|English Language Proficiency 5||Industry Practice|
|Multimedia Broadcasting||Project Report & Presentation|
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- TV Director
- News Reporter
- News Editor
- Lighting Designer
- TV Director
- Technical Producer
- Floor Manager
- Radio DJ
- Event Manager industry
About the Industry
Broadcasting (Radio & TV) plays a very important role in mass media. It consists of radio and television stations and networks that broadcast original content or acquire the rights to broadcast already produced television and radio programmes. Whether it is economy, politics, science, health, sports, entertainment and etc., the broadcasting industry is a powerful medium to communicate with the masses.
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