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Unformatted text preview: San José State University RTVF 150, Sections 3 & 4 Spring 2010 Instructor: Joel Abrams Office Location: HGH 234 Telephone: (415) 284-1029, 9:00a-5: 30p Tue, Wed & Fri, Mon & Thu until 4p Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 5:30-6:00pm, 9:30pm-10: 30pm Class Days/Time: Thursdays - Lecture 6:00pm-7: 45pm Lab 8:00pm-9: 50pm Classroom: Lecture Rm HGH 120 Lab Rm HGH 121F Prerequisites: RTVF 91 Faculty Web Page Copies of the course materials such as the syllabus, major assignment handouts, etc. may be found on my faculty web page accessible through the Quick Links>Faculty Web Page links on the SJSU home page. My web page is accessible at http://www.sjsu.edu/people/ joel.abrams/ The webpage for this class is http://www.sjsu.edu/people/joel.abrams/courses/ rtvf150sec3and4/ You are responsible for regularly checking with the website for needed materials or instructions. Course Description KSJS Radio Programming and Production – An introduction to radio programming and fundamental techniques of audio production for KSJS-FM. Lab experiences in programming and production basics, including music and public affairs programming and production. We will explore commercial, educational and non-profit radio in general and KSJS specifically. We will also discuss current trends in marketing, broadcast policy and business practices relating to radio specifically and to electronic media as a whole. You will be introduced to the digital production system, Pro Tools. KSJS Radio Programming & Production, RTVF 150 Sections 3 &4, Spring 2010 Page 1 of 7 Course Goals and Student Learning Objectives To understand the history, current status of radio programming. Understand the basic structure of the radio environment, programming theory and practice. To produce radio appropriate audio productions via Pro Tools. •Become media literate:know the history, processes and current structure of electronic media, its ethical parameters, and the social and political effects of electronic and mass communication (radio) on an audience. •To tell meaningful stories through production of good narratives in audio (radio) and television. To appreciate the art and aesthetics of media. • Communicate information and entertainment to diverse cultures using audio (radio) and film. Being sensitive to the ways and processes of, and the attitudes held by races, religions, political and social groups that are not their own. • Understand how to write, produce and direct radio and television projects. Achieve professional level skills of production. Select and operate appropriate audio and video technologies. Course Content Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: • Understand the radio working culture and environment, and make informed and insightful choices regarding radio media....
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