Rutgers Revives Television Studio Course Six Years Later

Course was last offered in 2010/2011
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Course was last offered in 2010/2011

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.—Rutgers is once again offering its students a broadcast television course after six years of going without one. Specialty Camera Studio was last offered by the university between 2010 and 2011, but upon retirement of one of its professors, the television studio was no longer used and the course was dormant. The School of Information and Communications had been offering broadcast television as a summer course, but after a push from Rutgers iTV, a half-semester course was reinstituted. The course allowed students to experience various roles of the news room and culminated in a student-produced 30-minute production.

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