Learning Outcomes

In Champlain's Broadcast & Streaming Media program, you're exposed to all forms of production, from news and sports to entertainment and informational pieces. Through collaborations with professionals in the field as well as internships and hands-on experience, you'll immerse yourself in broadcast media techniques,such as single-camera production, editing, writing, directing and producing creative content for film, radio, television and the internet.

This deep set of proficiencies in multiple areas will increase your marketability in a dynamic industry. You'll graduate with a distinct set of state-of-the-art skills that an education in a traditional broadcast program doesn't provide.

By the time you complete the academic and internship requirements for your Broadcast & Streaming Media degree, you will be able to:  

  • Evaluate and critique traditional broadcast and streaming media communication practices both holistically and in terms of their component parts, namely: audio, video, scripting, production and editing.

  • Identify and anticipate societal trends in communication, especially as they impact the future of streaming media.

  • Apply legal concepts specific to communication issues to situations potentially arising in their professional practices, and generally apply ethical values that guide media practices and professional standards.

  • Identify various audience segments, and show evidence of being able to adapt to those audiences.

  • Design and implement hands-on, field based streaming media projects in partnership with community clients from both for-profit and non-profit organizations.

  • Appropriately select and effectively use video and audio technology and field production equipment to produce deliverables that meet project/client demands and industry standards.

  • Synthesize business, marketing and advertising contexts and concerns with the technical aspects of producing media.

  • Frame broadcast and streaming media practices from design/aesthetic and critical/theoretical perspectives.

  • Produce sophisticated deliverables for clients in a variety of areas, namely: corporate/industrial, informational/educational and commercial/promotional.

  • Plan for implementation of a project from idea to completion from both the technical and practical perspectives (planning, budgeting, scripting, etc.)