Communication: Digital Media Production

Broadcasting Students

As our industry has evolved, so have the skill sets necessary to be successful in media production. In our new Digital Media Production concentration, we focus on the “how” of news and entertainment – video and audio capture, editing, transmission, and the theory and principle behind effective content creation. As the industry continues to evolve, shift, and diversify, so do the opportunities for graduates in the industry, ranging from traditional terrestrial broadcast to content creation for the Web. Additionally, students have the flexibility to explore content development for news, entertainment, and commercial production work

Potential Careers

  • Reporter
  • Multimedia Journalist
  • Broadcast Announcer
  • Sound Engineer
  • Film/Video Editor
  • Audio Editor
  • Photographer
  • Camera Operator
  • Disc Jockey

Median Annual Salary

Reporter $40,681
Multimedia Journalist $45,917
Broadcast Announcer $80,185
Sound Engineer $71,399
Film/Video Editor $58,500
Audio Editor $71,424
Photographer $67,588
Camera Operator $47,029
Disc Jockey $55,142

*Median annual salaries are from The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics