absolutely loved going on-air and doing a live DJ spot for a half hour.
I have never done music radio both, or LIVE music radio for that
and it was exhilarating. ...In
TV getting that "LIVE" experience - not stopping once tape's rolling -
was really beneficial for me. ...
All the hands on activities, working with real equipment that is used in the industry, I consider a privilege and for you guys to trust us enough to let us even try it - thank you!"
to high school students in grades 9-12. Beginning broadcast
students will receive hands-on training in radio and television
production by trained professionals in the studios of 93.3 WPUM-FM and
-Erika Thomas, 2003 Broadcasting Camp participant
Photos from SJC Broadcasting Camp 2003 here
Announcing and DJ Experience
Announcing: News and Weather
will reside with a roommate in college residence halls. Residence
halls will be monitored by camp staff.
will dine in college dining hall and food service provided by Sodexho.
(before May 12)
& Room (4 nights)
include video and audio copies of your work and a t-shirt!
and Television Awards on the final day
Director: Prof. Sally
Nesselrode. Chair, Associate Professor of Communication
Director: Prof. Fred Berger.
Associate Professor of Communication
Contact Director of Summer Programs at: