Are you interested in what's happening gin our community, our state, the world? Do you find yourself wanting to learn more about current events and life in general? Do you enjoy researching and writing stories? Then our Digital Journalism program might be for you.

 

You will develop journalistic skills and report the news. You'll help publish award winning publications such as City Times, our student newspaper that has been published non-stop since 1945, and Legen, the college's news magazine. You can also take classes in speech, radio, and television and even work in our cutting-edge radio station Jazz88 and our award-winning "Newscene" student television newscast.

 

This is an exciting, dynamic program that puts you on the front line of the news while it's happening.

 

In a constantly changing field, the median salary for digital journalists is $67,100. As technology advances, the need for digital journalists will increase.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

 

Faculty

Roman S. Koenig; Professor

Aida Bustos Garcia: Co-Advisor, Digital Journalism & Union-Tribune Border Project

Jerry Mccormick: Co-Advisor, The City Times, Digital Journalism & Union-Tribune Border Project

Tara Pixley: Co-Advisor, The City Times, Legend Magazine