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COM 263 Multiplatform Journalism 3.0 Credits

Merging traditional media with a more contemporary “one-person band” approach to reporting, you will act as reporter, videographer, and storyteller, recognizing that journalism today is practiced largely outside the newsroom. Students will immerse themselves in a community of their choosing to find stories that have not received attention – individuals with fascinating backstories, undiscovered histories, and unexplored issues facing residents. Students will be equipped to perform all the functions involved in the construction of coherent, incisive multimedia journalistic narratives.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: COM 160 [Min Grade: D]

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