The world of journalism is constantly changing, requiring a diverse skill set across television and digital media. Our industry-trained and experienced faculty will teach you how to write effective news stories and shine in front of a camera, as well as how to operate cameras, edit footage, write captivating news copy and conduct compelling interviews. You’ll also gain comprehensive knowledge of television and digital media production, directing and research, graduating as a versatile videographer, capable of adapting to any situation and work environment. Take your media career to the next level, by studying in Canada’s premiere broadcasting centre, an industry-leading live news studio and green screen facility. You will apply your learning in a hands-on working environment creating current content for and producing a weekly live news program which airs on Rogers TV. You’ll also have the opportunity to expand your portfolio of experience and network with industry connections during a two-month internship in a newsroom. Graduate with a diverse set of storytelling skills that are applicable in a variety of media jobs. For students interested in studying further, Brock University and Fanshawe College have developed an articulation agreement, which gives you the opportunity to obtain a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies, as well as a graduate certificate in Broadcast Journalism - Television News. Students may start at either institution and receive credit transfer, graduating with both a degree and graduate certificate in only four years.