But it was a great place to learn about broadcast journalism.
She began her career in broadcast journalism, then worked for ten years as a film editor.
After a career in acting, Weeks went into broadcast journalism.
She has begun to think about a career in broadcast journalism or law.
However, after graduating she decided on a career in broadcast journalism.
Classes in broadcast journalism at a college or technical school can help.
He had already taken a step along those lines for Rhonda, who is thinking about a career in broadcast journalism.
It was there where Gardner got his first taste of broadcast journalism.
The two men would become the forefathers of broadcast journalism.
Jason plans to study broadcast journalism and business at Syracuse.
It originally broadcast shows, sports, journalism, comedies and plays.
With variations in detail, similar assaults on independent journalism, especially broadcast journalism, are now commonplace in former Communist countries.
Hap Glaudi's transition to broadcast journalism coincided with the rise of local television news, as afternoon daily newspapers declined in circulation.
It offered an introduction to broadcast journalism, and 20-minute shows were televised to the student body every other Friday afternoon through closed-circuit television.
In 2003 Tait was awarded a CBE for services to broadcast journalism.
In 2003 Arthel was recognized by the University of Texas for her outstanding contribution to broadcast journalism.
He was appointed OBE in 1997 in recognition of his services to broadcast journalism.
While at Stanford, Warner switched her major from civil engineering to broadcast journalism after earning an athletic scholarship to play field hockey.
Linda Lorelle made her move to broadcast journalism in 1987 after a successful career as a professional dancer and actress.
Some older students in class remember Mr. Murrow first-hand, and they feel the course is a tribute to broadcast journalism at its best.