Broadcast Journalism School
$75 (meals included)
The Broadcast Journalism School (BJS) provides you with the training necessary to obtain a position and build a career in the highly competitive, liberal-dominated field of broadcast journalism.
This intense two-day seminar gives aspiring journalists the skills necessary to bring balance to the media and succeed in broadcast journalism. At least 91 BJS graduates now work full time in TV news at networks or local stations.
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Fri. 12 9:00 - 5:00 PM
Sat. 13 9:00 - 5:00 PM
"This seminar was absolutely enlightening as a recent graduate with a possible interest to work in the field. I appreciate the benefit of other people's experience, and their willingness to offer advice."
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