Students concentrate on ethics in the media and broadcast law, reporting techniques, video shooting, and editing and anchoring. For students who do not wish to be in front of the camera, other facets include television graphics, working with an audio board, and learning non-linear editing.
Students enrolled in the class will take their required academic courses at their high schools in the morning and complete the Entertainment Marketing program in the afternoon at St. Clairsville High School. Students will be required to provide their own transportation.
- Broadcast news and writing techniques
- Digital video editing
- Reporting and interview techniques
- Audio/video technical skills
- Marketing and advertising
- Local news stations
- Corporate video employment
- Sports and entertainment facilities
- Radio and live production
- Media law and public relations