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Niagara College (Broadcasting - Radio, Television and Film)




Since opening its doors in 1967 in the City of Welland and expanding into St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake, Niagara College has grown to become a leader in education and training and one of the most enterprising colleges in Canada.

With 6,000 full time students and more than 15,000 Continuing Education registrants annually, the College offers 70 post-secondary diploma and graduate certificate programs, two bachelor degree programs, and skills and apprenticeship training programs.

Radio, television and film are exciting, dynamic fields with endless opportunities for employment and creative expression. Graduates of this program find jobs:

* “On Air” as announcers, reporters, videographers, news and sports anchors, and hosts/interviewers
* Behind the scenes as producers, directors, writers, camera operators, cinematographers, technical directors, sound recordists and editors

Why Choose Niagara

* Students use 16mm motion picture film cameras, studio and ENG/EFP TV cameras, non-linear editing systems, and digital audio recording and production equipment
* Unique facilities include a sound mixing theatre, automated radio on-air production and mobile TV production truck
* Students broadcast daily on the web and radio station 90.1 FM CRNC
* Presentation and TV students produce live, weekly TV magazine show
* Film students shoot documentaries throughout North America and produce dramas with professional actors
* Students complete up to 640 hours of field placement and more than 570 hours of lab work
* In-house awards recognize student achievement



School name:Niagara CollegeBroadcasting - Radio, Television and Film
Address:300 Woodlawn Road
Zip & city:L3C 7L3  Ontario
Phone:(905) 735-2211
Web:http://www.niagaracollege.ca/
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