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The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University is seeking two individuals to teach BDJ 364- Radio/Audio News Reporting in the Spring 2023 semester (3 credits).
Two open sections to fill: Wednesdays 2:15-6:15pm and Thursdays 12:30-4:30pm
BDJ 364 is the students' first class devoted to reporting and it uses audio as its principal technology. The class includes field experiences, and students produce a weekly radio newscast in our production laboratories. Additionally, students learn to write web stories and use social media to report. Professors are also expected in this class to give substantive and timely feedback so that students can apply that in the next assignment/ production.
BDJ 364 is taught in tandem with BDJ 311– Broadcast/ Digital News Writing. The professor hired for BDJ 364 will be required to coordinate his or her class lessons with the professor teaching BDJ 311.
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