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Our program gives you the edge by pairing a strong writing, communication and analytical focus with incredible opportunities to gain practical experience right from your first semester.
You’ll find Marietta journalism and broadcasting graduates throughout the country working as online editors, videographers, TV news anchors, website designers, journalists, corporate communications specialists and more. Our program gives you the edge by pairing a strong writing, communication and analytical focus with incredible opportunities to gain practical experience right from your first semester.
At Marietta College
You can produce programming and broadcasts for two radio stations and a television station — all as a student, all on campus. You’ll work in the same environment you find in major-market media outlets. Specialized software drives our integrated broadcasting computer system and links our newsroom to our radio and television studios. This technology enables our radio announcers to incorporate wire feeds from CNN and the Associated Press into their radio newscasts with ease.
For journalism experience, you can work for our online newspaper, the Marcolian, one of the top four small-college newspapers in the country. And all students complete at least one internship through our connections across the country; sites have included MTV, Doctor Oz, The San Antonio News-Express, the West Virginia Press Association and several other television and radio stations and newspapers.
For additional opportunities in this rapidly changing field, travel to another country to study world broadcasting. Or join Marietta’s chapters of the Society of Professional Journalists and the National Broadcast Society. Students have made professional connections by attending national conferences and taking top honors at student competitions.
Earning a Degree in Journalism/Broadcasting
Interested in Journalism/Broadcasting
Contact this Undergraduate Program
Lori Smith • 740.376.4803 • email@example.com