Not too easy. Not too difficult.
JLMC 101 provides students with a very broad yet insightful look into the history of journalism and the ways in which journalism has evolved over time.
I learned about the history of television, public relations, advertising and print journalism. I really enjoyed the section about television because the visual message that is shared on TV is so much different than a written article. TV producers must find interesting shots, actors, lighting, sound, cameras, crew members and work as a team to create one video.
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I would not underestimate the difficulty of this course. Though it is simple if you take the time to listen in class and take notes, it can become overwhelming with dates, methods and names if the proper effort is not put forth.