Interested in sports and news broadcasting, commentary, or journalism? Join this concentration! Interactive Journalism in the Communication major has two areas of specialization: multimedia journalism and broadcast journalism. Multimedia journalism prepares you to research and produce your own original content for increasingly digital and interactive news organizations. Broadcast journalism prepares you to step into the television studios across the country or go out in the field for original reporting. Practice skills, knowledge, and ethics to report news and sports journalism for social media, websites, print, WCCU radio, and television.
- Interested in the influence of sport on our culture and identities? Join the Sports Communication concentration!
Interactive Journalism - Communication
Minor in Journalism
A minor in journalism gives you exposure to foundations of journalism to become more news and media literate; get introduced to WCCU radio, television, and print news. Communication majors can choose this minor, unless in Interactive Journalism concentration.
For students in the Interactive Journalism concentration and Communication major in general, Coastal provides multiple opportunities to get hands-on experience to prepare you for a career.
Several lab spaces allow you to explore the role of journalism in a variety of production environments.
The faculty members in Interactive Journalism teach their students how to tell solid stories in a variety of media.
Journalism, Critical Media Analysis, Women and Gender Studies
Broadcast Journalism, TV News Reporting, Radio
Journalism, Media Interconnectivity, Communications and Media Academic Administration, Magazine Publishing
Student and Alumni Work
Other Concentrations in Communication
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