Media Studies

 Updated 8/20/14

M ST 125
INTRODUCTION TO SPORTS ANNOUNCING (1)
Learn about the historical events, technology and people who helped shape the history of Sports Broadcasting. Specific duties of announcers as well as technical knowledge, current trends, career paths, legal and ethical issues of Sports Broadcasting will be covered during the quarter.

M ST 126
SPORTS ANNOUNCING FOR FOOTBALL (1)
Learn and apply the basic skills and knowledge required of today's football announcers. Whether it's high school, college or the professional level, this course will emphasize practical tips, ideas and theories that will help you on your way to becoming a quality football announcer.

M ST 127
SPORTS ANNOUNCING FOR BASKETBALL (1)
Learn and apply the basic skills and knowledge required of today's basketball announcers. Whether it's high school, college or professional level, this course will emphasize practical tips, ideas and theories that will help you on your way to becoming a quality basketball announcer.

M ST 128
SPORTS ANNOUNCING FOR BASEBALL (1)
Learn and apply the basic skills and knowledge required of today's baseball announcers. Whether it's high school, college or the professional level, this course will emphasize practical tips, ideas and theories that will help you on your way to becoming a quality baseball announcer.

M ST 158
STUDIO & OUTDOOR LIGHTING FOR TV AND FILM (2)
Discover the basic principles and techniques of lighting television and film sets in both indoor and outdoor situations. Corequisite: M ST 260, M ST 261, or M ST 262.

M ST 159
STAGECRAFT FOR TELEVISION AND FILM (2)
Designed specifically for television and film majors, this class introduces students to the basic tools, materials, equipment and techniques used in the design and building of television and film sets. Corequisite: M ST 260, M ST 261, or M ST 262.

M ST 190
COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE (1-12)
See description under COOP 190 for additional information.

M ST 220
INTRODUCTION TO BROADCAST NEWS AND PRODUCTION (4)
Learn basic media writing for radio and television. Students will learn to research information, write, produce and broadcast news and feature stories on both radio and television. Some basic production techniques used in radio and television studios will be covered.

M ST 225
TELECOMMUNICATIONS (5)
The field of telecommunications is constantly changing and affecting the way we live our lives. Learn about the history, social impact, moral, ethical issues and philosophies of telecommunications in our society.

M ST 230
RADIO BROADCASTING (5)
As an introduction to radio broadcasting you will learn about programming philosophies, announcing skill, production techniques, copy writing and the FCC rules and regulations that apply to the industry.

M ST 231
ADVANCED RADIO BROADCASTING (3)
Learn about promotional tools used to increase a stations rations, ways to prepare for a radio show, employment paths in the industry and the responsibilities of a program director. Prerequisite: MST 230 or instructor permission.

M ST 260
INTRODUCTION TO TV & VIDEO PRODUCTION FOR ELECTRONIC MEDIA (5)
Learn studio and control room operations, field and studio camera techniques, basic script writing and video editing. At the end of the quarter students will be able to write, produce and edit short videos.

M ST 261
ADVANCED TV & VIDEO PRODUCTION FOR ELECTRONIC MEDIA (5)
Improve editing skills while producing documentary and music videos. Advanced camera, editing, studio and field production techniques will be covered. Students will also take part in producing live college basketball games. Prerequisite: M ST 260.

M ST 262
TELEVISION PRODUCTION (5)
Students will write, direct, produce and edit video packages and participate as crew members in producing classmate's video projects.

M ST 271-274
RADIO BROADCASTING INTERNSHIP (1-4)
Practice and perfect your announcing skills on the campus radio station KCED FM. Prerequisite: M ST 230, 231 or instructor permission.

M ST 281
TELEVISION BROADCASTING INTERNSHIP (1)
Designed for students who wish to produce independent video projects outside of the classroom environment. Permission of instructor required. Prerequisite: MST 260, 261, 262 or instructor permission.