Broadcast journalism majors hone their on-air skills in real-world settings.

Broadcast journalism majors hone their on-air skills in real-world settings.

Develop your radio personality with your own on-campus program.

Develop your radio personality with your own on-campus program.

Internships at upper-tier media outlets are part of our program.

Internships at upper-tier media outlets are part of our program.

Our students win Emmys even before they graduate.

Our students win Emmys even before they graduate.

Television and Radio

Study television and radio in one of New York's finest facilities.

Whether you're in front of a microphone or behind a camera, a career in television and radio can be a thrilling experience, and our highly regarded programs are your gateway to the job you've always wanted. Hands-on experience is key in this exciting field, and we make sure you'll have all that you need by the time you graduate. You will have access to both our Studio B, one of the best television facilities in the metropolitan area, and our Television Center, with its full array of production gear (including cameras, lighting kits, grips and audio recorders), as well as to our radio station, where student deejays rule the airwaves. You will learn state-of-the-art media and digital technologies and become proficient in the use of electronic media. By the time you begin your job search, you'll already possess an impressive portfolio: While you're still a student, your work will appear on CUNY-TV and B-CAT, Brooklyn's community access channel; be broadcast on WBCR Radio on campus; and be webcast internationally on www.mywbcr.com.  


Contact Information

Department Chairperson: MacLelland, Stuart

Location: 304 Whitehead Hall
Phone: 718.951.5555
Fax: 718.951.4418