Broadcast Journalism is designed for the study and practice of the basic elements of broadcast journalism and video production. The course will emphasize news-gathering, writing, video recording, editing, and the study of mass media from a Christian point of view. Students will learn the basic elements of news value and vocabulary specific to broadcast writing. They will also identify various news sources and use interview skills to create stories using video and editing software. This course also explores the world of digital media. Students learn on professional equipment in a modern digital TV studio and broadcast a news show called MCSN. Students work in collaborative teams to produce projects using cameras, while learning the basics of studio and field production, lighting and sound.