Prepare for a 21st century career in Radio/TV Broadcasting.
The next generation of broadcasting requires skilled, knowledgeable and ethical communication professionals with well-rounded storytelling capabilities – able to write, produce and edit in a wide range of media contexts.
On the Air from Day One
From your first day at Lewis, you’re on the air. Live TV. Live Radio. Hands-on experience working with millions of dollars in state-of-the-art equipment.
Get Experience in all Aspects of Creative and Technical Production
Whether you’re interested in becoming on-air talent, or working behind the scenes in audio and video design, development and production, your Radio/TV Broadcasting degree from Lewis provides the opportunity to try it all – developing the comprehensive understanding necessary to climb the career ladder in a wide spectrum of media-based industries.
Why Lewis for Radio/TV Broadcasting?
- From your first day at Lewis, you will receive hands-on instruction from Emmy-award winning professors using state-of-the-art production equipment, including digital TV news sets
- Learn to competently and creatively communicate with diverse audiences through a variety of traditional and digital mediums
- Develop competence with a wide range of communication technology
- Supportive educational community offers the perfect preparation for a successful broadcasting career
- Curriculum guided by standards put forth by the Association of Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (AEJMC)
- Learn to practice your craft ethically in order to serve the public good
- Get involved with our award-winning student organizations, including the Lewis University Television Network, WLRA all-digital radio station, National Communication Association and Social Media Club
- Learn to create, produce and distribute content on various media formats from television, radio and the Internet
- Take advantage of amazing internship opportunities in Chicago and across the nation, including with CBS, NBC and MTV
Life after Lewis
Upon graduation, you will be prepared to work as a Radio/TV Broadcasting professional for a wide range of organizations, including radio stations, television stations, large corporate media departments, through a wide range of media career options, including:
- Radio/TV Management
- Radio/TV Producers
- Technical Operator for Radio/TV
- Production Personnel for Radio/TV
- Radio/Television Sales
- Media Relations Specialist
- Media Manager Specialist
- Corporate Media Producer
- Video Editor
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