As the world continues to turn to radio, television and other electronic media for information, media outlets will need journalists with the knowledge, skills and techniques to use these channels effectively. If you want to research, investigate and report on news and current events, a broadcast journalism degree is for you. In Troy University’s award-winning broadcast journalism program, you’ll master the art of reporting, learning to tell people-driven, impactful, and unbiased stories in front of the camera and behind it. You’ll learn to interview, write for mass media and work under pressure. And you’ll gain numerous hands-on experiences so you can hit the ground running in television, radio or other communications fields after graduation.
Broadcast journalism encompasses a wide range of careers in reporting, video production and radio in the communications, advertising and public relations industries. Whether you want to work in local, national or international newsrooms or put your skills to work in business, you’ll have no shortage of career opportunities. TROY maintains strong relationships with local news organizations to help fill the demand for news analysts, reporters and journalists.
Roughly a year after Troy University alumna Melanie Newman made history by becoming the first woman in Baltimore Orioles’ history to be a play-by-play announcer, her name was etched in the history books once again in July.Read More