Hi

We hope you are having a great summer break and are looking forward to starting your Broadcast Journalism course at Barnsley College in
September. The course you have applied for is full of exciting and challenging practical projects and we hope you are as eager to get started as we are!!

When you start College, you will have the privilege of being the first cohort in our brand new Digital Centre! You spend some of your lessons in this building, as well as carrying out online lessons.

Sci-Tech Digital Facilities

Architects impression of Digital Hub

This superb learning environment includes:

  • High specification PCs
  • Network laboratories
  • Software development studios
  • Immersive rooms
  • Cloud facilities
  • Microsoft and gaming studios
  • Smart technologies
  • AR/VR technologies.

Social Media is important to your studies

Please aim to create a Twitter account and follow the accounts below in order to become inspired and up to date with current affairs; this is something we will continue throughout the course. Throughout the summer, why not try to photograph a subject that tells a story; something that could accompany a news article and then post this on Instagram and tag us into it @barnsleycollegedigital – we’d love to see these!!

Accounts you should follow

@vibemedianews @barnsleycollegedigital Facebook: TheVibeBarnsley
@themediamentor @vibemedianews Twitter: @TheVibeBarnsley
@presspadUK @barnsleycollege
@BBCgetin
@thepipscouk

The Vibe Radio Station

What subjects will we be covering?

As part of the course we will cover subjects such as broadcasting for TV and radio, podcast production, citizen journalism, photojournalism, online content and magazine production and portfolio building. You will investigate areas such as audience theory, effective reporting styles and journalistic strategies.

Here’s a small sample of student’s work:

 


Magazine Production