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Online Communications Programs

Whether your ambition is to work behind the scenes on the technical side of the radio industry as a radio production professional, broadcast technician, radio operator or the public side as a news talk radio announcer or music station DJ, a communication and media degree can make the difference in this competitive field. Because DJs or radio announcers are often required to "do it all," it's important that they cultivate a wide range of skills in addition to their education so they can chat with listeners, research and prepare material, cue records or commercials, or answer phones. Employers prefer people who have a degree plus on-the-job training.

Coursework can include mass communications, multi-media communications, media arts culture and history as well as specialized technical coursework. An online degree program allows you to study from home during your free time, making it easier to meet the demands of your job.

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