Being a Radio Presenter/Jockey is appealing yet a challenging job. It’s just not about having an appealing voice (that’s what most of us think) but it is also about making connections with the listeners, communication skills, personal style, sense of humor, spontaneity, rationality, creativity, throw of voice but most importantly the process of radio jockey training.
This course also provides direction on designing, audio-video editing, scripting, photography, radio programming, filming, and visualizing. The main focus of this course is to provide an in-depth study of various media like audio, video, and multimedia. This course makes the students aware of technical and practical aspects of Television Journalism. This course also helps to develop a capacity for evaluation and analysis of the events happening around us.