College Application: Broadcasting and Communication Admission Essay by Quality Writers

College Application: Broadcasting and Communication
A college student's application to the broadcasting and communication department at Ryerson University in Canada.
# 101004 | 956 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2006 | US

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This paper gives a description of the college applicant. It highlights the
experiences that have been critical in shaping the applicant's understanding of broadcasting and television as team productions and describes the applicant's leadership qualities and technical skills. The paper also discusses an aspect of the Canadian communications industry in which the applicant is interested.

From the Paper:

"Although I am still a teenager, I have been fascinated with the fields of broadcasting and communication for as long as I can remember. It was as a freshman and sophomore in High School that I first studied television broadcasting as an academic subject; gaining knowledge of the range of television programming while also acquiring hands-on experience at live video production and post-production editing techniques. Later, as a participant in the Advanced Television Production course - a class recommended for those interested in careers in communications - I had the opportunity to work as a camera operator, video editor, writer and talent director. I am particularly proud that some of my packages, montages, and remotes were selected for broadcast on the school's morning announcements, as well as for air on the local cable channel."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Dennis, Everette and Williams, Huntington. "An Eyewitness to History." Television Quarterly. 36.2 (2006): 21-27.
  • Elber, Lynn. "Jim MacNeil Takes the Long View on News."The Globe and Mail, August 28, 2004: R13
  • MacNeil, Robert. "Do You Speak American?" USA Today. Vol 133 (January 2005): 18-22.
  • Wikipedia. "John Roberts - Television Reporter." Accessed: November 29, 2006.
  • Wikipedia. "Peter Jennings." Accessed: November 29, 2006.

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