Part-Time Faculty-Writing for Broadcast and Digital News (SSII 2022) in Syracuse, NY for Syracuse University

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Part-Time Faculty-Writing for Broadcast and Digital News (SSII 2022)
Job Description: The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications in Syracuse University is looking for an individual to teach BDJ 611 Writing for Broadcast and Digital News during Summer 2022 (Session II). The professor will team teach with the BDJ 663 professor as the courses have overlapping content. Class meets Monday-Thursday 8:30-12:30PM, 7/5-8/11 (3 credits).Course Description: This course deals with basic techniques of writing broadcast and digital news stories. Emphasis on learning to write radio, web and television stories under deadline pressure. Interviewing and information gathering are also studied.


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