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Broadcast and Electronic Communication ArtsBROADCAST ANDELECTRONICCOMMUNICATION ARTSCollege of Liberal & Creative ArtsDean: Dr. Andrew HarrisDepartment of Broadcast and Electronic CommunicationArtsGeorge and Judy Marcus Hall, Room 339Phone: (415) 338-1787Fax: (415) 338-1168Website: http://beca.sfsu.eduChair: Dr. Sami ReistGraduate Coordinator: Dr. Melissa CamachoMissionThe Department of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Artsprepares students to create and critically evaluate content in the mediaarts. Our curriculum provides a balance of theory and practice whileguiding students in the use of media to effectively communicate ideasthat serve the evolving needs of society. Students go on to becomeinnovative and ethical industry leaders who advance equity, social justice,and global citizenship.Program ScopeThe Department of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts (BECA)offers coursework leading to the Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast andElectronic Communication Arts, and the Master of Arts in Broadcast andElectronic Communication Arts. The curriculum is designed to providean extensive educational experience for those who intend to use themodern media of electronic communication to serve the artistic, cultural,educational, and informational needs of society. The program involvesboth theory and practice, and students are expected to work successfullyin both types of courses and activities. Graduates of the program areprepared for work in the broadcasting and entertainment industries, incable and online media, in video and audio production, and other areasrelated to electronic communication. Many graduates go on for graduatelevel study in the field of electronic media.The B.A. program includes a core drawn from classes in the history andstructure of electronic media, media aesthetics, media research, audioand video production, media ethics and regulation, communication theoryand criticism, and writing and performance for the electronic media. Inaddition, students may elect to pursue one of the nine areas of emphasiswithin the department: audio production and music recording, broadcastjournalism, business aspects of the electronic media, educational andinstructional media, communication theory and criticism, interactivemedia, radio production and programming, television/video production,and writing for the electronic media, or they can design an individualizedarea of emphasis in consultation with a department advisor.The M.A. program reflects a comprehensive view of the communicationdiscipline with an integration of theory and practice. Emphasisareas include media aesthetics, audio and video production, newsand documentary, interactive media, writing, management, andcommunication theory and criticism.San Francisco State University Bulletin 2022-2023Two important co-curricular activities are open to students of thedepartment. KSFS, the campus radio station, is distributed online andin San Francisco on stereo cable. KSFS Media produces newscasts,dramas, interviews, musical performances, and other productions fordistribution to the San Francisco community through cable televisionand via the Internet. Collegiate chapters of the Audio Engineering Societyand College Students in Broadcasting (an affiliate of American Women inRadio and Television) provide opportunities for service and fellowship inthe department and the professional community. The San Francisco BayArea provides a wealth of media organizations that cooperate with theBECA department in a large, active internship program.Centers and InstitutesThe Institute of International Media Communication, housed in theDepartment, offers training and educational opportunities for televisionprofessionals from around the world through production workshops andseminars.FacilitiesThe department's instructional laboratories include new professionalgrade interconnected production equipment, studios, and laboratories.Work completed by students in the BECA department is distributionready for FCC broadcast guidelines and is in continuous distributionvia terrestrial broadcast, cablecast (both radio and video), andInternet delivery. The student-run distribution hub for all BECA studentproductions is KSFSmedia.net (http://KSFSmedia.net)Production facilities include two 4k, multi-camera television studios,a television newsroom, a radio station, two music recording andadvanced sound design for video studios, and an array of field productionequipment ranging from large-scale audio and multi-camera videosimulcast equipment to professional quality audio and video singlecamera and electronic newsgathering equipment. The department alsomaintains over 75 computer workstations for audio and video productionand post-production activity.Career OutlookGraduates of the department are to be found working in mediaorganizations around the world and include some of the top names inbroadcast journalism, entertainment television, radio, and audio andvideo production. The long-term career outlook for graduates is excellent.Most seek work with radio and television stations, social media andInternet companies, audio and video production companies, networks,cable television companies, and corporate and institutional mediadepartments.Many graduates continue their education and pursue advanceddegrees in communication or related fields. Students with theappropriate credential or graduate degrees in broadcast and electroniccommunication arts may teach in elementary and secondary schools,community colleges, or universities. A significant number of thedepartment's M.A. graduates have competed successfully for admissionto the leading doctoral programs in the field of communication.Mission StatementThe Department of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Artsprepares students to create and critically evaluate content in the mediaarts. Our curriculum provides a balance of theory and practice whileguiding students in the use of media to effectively communicate ideasthat serve the evolving needs of society. Students go on to become1

San Francisco State University Bulletin 2022-2023Broadcast and Electronic Communication Artsinnovative and ethical industry leaders who advance equity, social justice,and global citizenship.Marie Drennan (2007), Associate Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. M.F.A. San Francisco State University.Program Learning OutcomesMiriam Smith (1998), Associate Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. J.D. Brigham Young University; M.A. University ofSouthern California.1. Apply aesthetic theory to the practice of media production.2. Use effective communication strategies, including media terminologyas appropriate, in the creation and analysis of electronic and digitalmedia content.3. Integrate research-related media theory into the conception anddistribution of media content.4. Conceptualize, design, and write stories for electronic and digitalmedia.5. Demonstrate proficiency in fundamental and advanced mediaproduction concepts and techniques.6. Analyze and write about electronic and digital media’s role in andimpact on culture and society.7. Critically evaluate business trends and the legal and regulatoryframeworks of electronic and digital media industries.8. Promote ethical standards and social justice in the creation anddistribution of electronic and digital media.ProfessorJohn E. Barsotti (1973), Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. Ed.D. University of San Francisco.Melissa Camacho (2001), Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. Ph.D. Michigan State University.Dina A. Ibrahim (2003), Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin.Jeff Jacoby (2006), Professor in Broadcast and Electronic CommunicationArts. M.F.A. Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University.Hamid Khani (1984), Professor in Broadcast and Electronic CommunicationArts. Ed.D. University of San Francisco.Scott J. Patterson (1997), Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. Ph.D. Ohio State University, Columbus.Nancy L. Reist (1987), Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. Ph.D. University of Minnesota.Vinay K. Shrivastava (1990), Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. Ph.D. University of Southern California.Yumi Wilson (2004), Professor in Broadcast and Electronic CommunicationArts. M.F.A. University of San Francisco.Lena Zhang (1999), Professor in Broadcast and Electronic CommunicationArts. Ph.D. University of Georgia.Associate ProfessorJiyoung Cha (2014), Associate Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. Ph.D. University of Florida.Chris Clemens (2013), Associate Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. M.F.A. City University of New York, Brooklyn College;Ph.D. University of Connecticut.2Assistant ProfessorAndrew Hongo (2020), Assistant Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. M.A. New York University.Ashley Larson (2019), Assistant Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. Ph.D. Arizona State University.Shabnam Piryaei (2018), Assistant Professor in Broadcast and ElectronicCommunication Arts. Ph.D. University of California, Riverside.Major Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast and Electronic CommunicationArts broadcast-electroniccommunication-arts/)Minor Minor in Media Literacy r-medialiteracy/)Masters Master of Arts in Broadcast and Electronic CommunicationArts broadcast-electroniccommunication-arts/) Master of Fine Arts in Broadcast and Electronic Communication ts/)BECA 200 Introduction to Electronic Communication (Units: 3)Prerequisite: Priority enrollment for BECA majors.Evolution of the major electronic media institutions of radio, television,and cable as social, political, economic, and vocational forcesin American society. Impact and development of new electroniccommunication technologies. A grade of C or better required for BECAmajors.BECA 201 Life on TV: A Critical View (Units: 3)Elements of basic kinds of television programs: drama, sports, comedy,documentary, and variety. Critical criteria for evaluating programs.Course Attributes: C2: Humanities Am. Ethnic & Racial Minorities

Broadcast and Electronic Communication ArtsSan Francisco State University Bulletin 2022-2023BECA 231 Audio Production Basics (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to Broadcast & Electronic Communication Artsand Music majors.BECA 301 Media Literacy in the Electronic Culture (Units: 3)Prerequisites: GE Areas A1*, A2*, A3*, and B4* all with grades of C- orbetter or permission of the instructor.Theoretical aspects of sound, acoustics, and audio signal flow in radio,television, and recording operations. Aesthetic aspects of sound mixingin broadcasting applications. Production procedures and student projectsutilizing control consoles, turntables, microphones, tape recorders, andediting. Activity. Extra fee required.Examination of electronic media content, effects, and influence onindividuals and groups. Development of analytical and critical skillsnecessary to become a discerning user of television, radio, music, and theinternet. Application of theoretical and media literacy frameworks to thedevelopment of the Guerilla Media Project. (Plus-minus letter grade only)Course Attributes:BECA 235 Digital Media Basics (Units: 3)Fundamentals of digital communication technologies and theirapplication in audio, radio, television, and interactive media.Course Attributes: C1: ArtsBECA 241 TV Studio Basics (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to Broadcast & Electronic Communication Artsand Bilingual Spanish Journalism majors.Use of television equipment and facilities including camera operations,audio and video control, lighting, tape recorders, graphics, scenery, andportable audio and video production units. This course covers the basictechniques of multi-camera studio production including productionplanning, audio, lighting, floor management, camera operation, switching,producing, directing, and writing. Extra fee required.BECA 246 Electronic Field Production I (Units: 3)Prerequisite: Restricted to Broadcast & Electronic Communication Artsmajors or permission of the instructor.Technical and aesthetic elements of video field production and editing.Program conceptualization, pre-production, production, and postproduction. Activity. Extra fee required. [Formerly BECA 546]BECA 276 Entertainment Career Preparation and Development (Units: 3)Study of the entertainment industry with the main objective of searchingfor an internship or job. Focus on the social and practical skills necessaryto create a resume, look for work, interview, network effectively, learnnecessary resources, and know the first steps in building a longterm career in the entertainment industry. Covers a wide scope of theentertainment arts, including film, animation, music, dance, theater,gaming, and immersive storytelling technologies.BECA 300GW Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts Research GWAR (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Priority enrollment for BECA majors; GE Area A2*.Communication research. Acquiring and evaluating information andorganizing the results into written form. Investigation of sources,methods, cataloging, philosophies of media research, and questions ofreliability and validity. (ABC/NC grading only)Course Attributes: Graduation Writing Assessment Social Justice UD-C: Arts and/or HumanitiesBECA 305 KSFS Radio and Podcasting I (Units: 3)Prerequisite: Upper-division standing or permission of the instructor.Production and performance for radio and podcasting including.Development of skills used in the daily operation of a radio stationincluding programming, scheduling, and planning. Activity.BECA 310 Sonic Storytelling with Radio and Podcasting (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to Broadcast & Electronic Arts majors;BECA 231*; or permission of the instructor.Analysis and production of sonic storytelling. Traditional andexperimental approaches designed to explore the potential of radio,podcasting, and the art of sound. Activity.BECA 321 Critical Study of Popular Culture (Units: 3)Prerequisites: GE Areas A1*, A2*, A3*, and B4* all with grades of C- orbetter or permission of the instructor.Public arts from the standpoint of structures and themes; relationship tosocial value systems; form, vision, and function in the public arts.Course Attributes: UD-C: Arts and/or HumanitiesBECA 324 Law and Regulation of Electronic Media (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Priority Enrollment for Broadcast & ElectronicCommunication Arts Majors; BECA 200; or permission of the instructor.Legal and regulatory aspects of electronic media with a focus on theimpact of F.C.C. licensing and regulation within the framework of the FirstAmendment.BECA 327 Broadcast Industry Symposium (Unit: 1)Prerequisite: Restricted to upper-division or graduate standing orpermission of the instructor.Student participation with American and foreign broadcasters,international concerns, new communication technologies, programexchange, and production and script workshops. May be repeated for atotal of 4 units. (CR/NC grading only)BECA 330 Audio Production II (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to Broadcast & Electronic Communication Artsand Music majors; BECA 231; or permission of the instructor.Radio and television production including in-studio recording on multichannel recording consoles. Use of board equalization, reverberationsystems, graphic equalizers, limiters, and the art of overdubbing. Activity.3

San Francisco State University Bulletin 2022-2023Broadcast and Electronic Communication ArtsBECA 335 Audio for Video (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to Broadcast & Electronic Communication Artsmajors; BECA 231*; or permission of the instructor.BECA 360 Virtual Reality: 360 Video Production (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to upper-division standing and BECA 348*; orgraduate standing; or permission of the instructor.Production theory and practice as applied to audio recording for video.Pre-production planning and location and studio recording situations.Activity. Extra fee required.Learn to tell stories interactively using 360-degree video and computergenerated scenes that viewers experience through virtual realityheadsets. Focused on multi-platform experiential storytelling. Activity.(Plus-minus letter grade only) [CSL may be available]BECA 340 Media Aesthetics I (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or above; priority enrollment for BECAmajors; or permission of the instructor.Aesthetic analysis of video, film, and related electronic media based onan examination of the fundamental image and sound elements. A gradeof C or better required for BECA majors.BECA 370 Writing for Electronic Media (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to Broadcast & Electronic Communication Artsmajors; BECA 300GW; or permission of the instructor.Writing scripts for video productions, television and radio programs,public service announcements, commercials, and documentaries.BECA 341 Aerial (Drone) Imagery Operation and Aesthetics (Units: 3)Prerequisites: BECA 241* and BECA 340* or permission of the instructor.BECA 390 The Age of Information (Units: 3)Prerequisite: Upper-division standing.The use of drones for aerial videography, imagery, and aesthetics.Introduction to the operation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs),more commonly known as drones, gathering aerial footage forvarious purposes, and applying the principle of art aesthetics to aerialvideography and imagery. May be repeated for a total of 6 units. Activity.Explore the historical, social, political, and personal implications ofmodern communication technology and how it contributes to change inour society.BECA 348 Video Editing I (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to Broadcast & Electronic Communication Artsmajors; BECA 241; or permission of the instructor.Introduction to major aesthetic and technical considerations in videoediting and practical applications in electronic media production. Activity.BECA 350 Media Performance I (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Broadcast & Electronic Communication Arts majors;BECA 241; or permission of the instructor.BECA 395 Close Up on Electronic Media (Unit: 1)Prerequisite: Upper-division standing or permission of the instructor.A close up look at electronic media practices, including specializedproduction techniques and performance, business environments, socialimpact, and marketing electronic media content. Topics to be specifiedin the Class Schedule. May be repeated for a total of 4 units when topicsvary. Only 3 units may count towards the BECA major. (CR/NC gradingonly)Topics:1. Close up on Community RadioPerformance training for electronic media. Exercises for improvingarticulation, pronunciation, interpretation, vocal quality, andcommunicative abilities. The international phonetic alphabet. Activity.2. Close up on Los Angeles SeminarBECA 351 The Art of Voiceover (Units: 3)Prerequisite: BECA 231 or permission of the instructor.5. Close up on Voiceover PerformancePerformance, production, and analysis of voiceovers, including varioustechniques and professional best practices; designed for furtherexploration into the vibrant world of voice acting & directing. Activity.(Plus-minus ABC/NC, CR/NC allowed)7. Close up on How Kids Use Television3. Close up on Video Fundamentals4. Close up on Audio Fundamentals6. Close up on Basics of TV News Reporting8. Close up on Women Warriors9. Close up on Basic Video Field Production Technique10. Close up on Episodic Science Fiction ProgramsBECA 352 Esports Studio Tournament and Event Production (Units: 3)Prerequisite: BECA 241.11. Close up on Production PortfoliosIntroduction to live event producing for esports and esports tournaments.Activities will include weekly Twitch live streams of esports tournaments,including recruiting players and coordinating brackets, as well as creatingedited highlight videos of each tournament. Emphasis on cultivatingdynamic and engaging audio and video presence, and learning how toproduce, direct, and monetize a live studio event. Activity.13. Close up on BYOG: Buying Your Own GearBECA 355 Lighting for Studio and Field Production (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to Broadcast & Electronic Arts majors; BECA 241and BECA 246; or permission of the instructor.Develop, design, and execute effective video lighting using technicalconcepts and aesthetic theories. Focus on both television studio lightingand field lighting. Activity.412. Close up on The Professional Sports Reporter14. Close up on Lighting Workshop15. Close up on Camera Stabilizers16. Close up on Strategic Comm for BECA Professionals17. Close up on Writing the Scripted Television Pitch18. Close up on Scripted Television Writers Room19. Close up on Writing an Episode for Scripted TV20. Close up on Producing a BECA PortfolioBECA 415 Advanced Television Production Workshop (Units: 3)Prerequisite: BECA 241* or permission of the instructor.Development and production of Television Center programming for cableor broadcast. May be repeated for a total of 6 units with permission of theinstructor. Activity. [CSL may be available]

Broadcast and Electronic Communication ArtsBECA 422 Social Aspects of Electronic Media (Units: 3)Prerequisites: GE Areas A1*, A2*, A3*, and B4* all with grades of C- orbetter or consent of the instructor.Functions, effects, and uses of public media. The roles of media inaffecting social, cultural, and political values. Avenues of freedom andcontrol in media. Problems and opportunities presented by evolvingmedia technology.Course Attributes: UD-D: Social SciencesBECA 423 Economic Aspects of Broadcasting and Electronic Media(Units: 3)Prerequisites: Broadcast & Electronic Communication Arts majors;BECA 200; or permission of the instructor.Business practices and interrelationships of broadcast stations,networks, advertising agencies, and cable companies. Buying and sellingmedia, programming, promotion, and legal and ethical issues.BECA 425 Television and Video Program Design (Units: 3)Prerequisite for BECA 725: BECA 700 or permission of the instructor.Prerequisites for BECA 425: Upper-division standing; a GPA of at least 3.0;or permission of the instructor.The process of designing streaming television series. Pre-productionstages of series development.(BECA 725/BECA 425 is a paired course offering. Students who completethe course at one level may not repeat the course at the other level.)BECA 427 Media Entrepreneurship (Units: 3)Prerequisite: Upper-division standing or permission of the instructor.Introduction to the application of entrepreneurship principles to variousmedia industries, with an emphasis on the creation of a media start-up.The principles examined include innovation, rigorous evaluation of theindustry, market analysis, and feasible business plans. Exploration ofboth the creation of new media companies as well as how to work asan independent media professional. A grade of C or better required forJournalism majors and minors. (Plus-minus letter grade only)(This course is offered as JOUR 427 [formerly JOUR 675] and BECA 427.Students may not repeat the course under an alternate prefix.)BECA 428 Electronic Media Management (Units: 3)Prerequisite: Upper-division and graduate Broadcast & ElectronicCommunication Arts majors.Concepts, methods, and current practices in electronic mediaorganization and management. Decision making, implementationapproaches, and communication applications for the small electronicmedia operation. Resource allocation, facility design and operation,project management, operation scheduling, and quality control. (Plusminus letter grade only)BECA 430 Advanced Audio Production I (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to Broadcast & Electronic Communication ArtsMajors; BECA 330*; or permission of the instructor.Audio techniques in the specialized fields of audio recording and soundreinforcement for television, film, and music recording. May be repeatedfor a total of 9 units. Extra fee required.San Francisco State University Bulletin 2022-2023BECA 434 Introduction to Sound for Games (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to upper-division and graduate Broadcast& Electronic Communication Arts and Music majors; demonstratedfamiliarity with any digital audio workstation.Training in state of the art techniques used in designing sound forvarious types of video games and immersive environments. Analysis oftheoretical topics in the history and development of modern video gameand virtual reality audio design.(This course is offered as MUS 434 and BECA 434. Students may notrepeat the course under an alternate prefix.)BECA 435 Aesthetics of Sound (Units: 3)Prerequisites for BECA 735: Graduate Broadcast & ElectronicCommunication Arts students or permission of the instructor.Prerequisites for BECA 435: Upper-division Broadcast & ElectronicCommunication Arts majors; BECA 231 or permission of the instructor.Aesthetics of sound and the basic principles involved in the theoreticaland critical analysis of audio in media, including radio, television, film,music, and other audio-visual communication.(BECA 735/BECA 435 is a paired course offering. Students who completethe course at one level may not repeat the course at the other level.)BECA 440 Media Aesthetics II (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to Broadcast & Electronic Communication Artsmajors; BECA 340*; or permission of the instructor.Problems in applied aesthetics. Activity.BECA 450 Media Performance II (Units: 3)Prerequisites: BECA 350; permission of the department or instructor.Development and rehearsal of electronic media presentation andcommunication skills. Theories of the presentation of self via electronicmedia. Studio and laboratory practice. Strategies for management ofperformer, director, and crew relationships. Activity.BECA 452 Live Streaming and Content Creation for Esports (Units: 3)Prerequisite: Upper-division standing or permission of the instructor.Introduction to talent marketing for the esports industry. Activitiesinclude tournament live streams on Twitch as well as productionassignments aimed at creating and cultivating engaging content for bothlive and virtual audiences, such as highlight videos to post on socialmedia. Focus on the effective management and operation of a Twitchchannel and the monetization of content. Activity.BECA 460 Industry of Broadcast News (Units: 3)Prerequisite: BECA 200 or permission of the instructor.Values, theories, sources, and content of radio and television newscasts.Professional roles, management, and operations of broadcast and cablenews at the international, national, and local levels.BECA 462 The Television Documentary in the United States (Units: 3)Prerequisite: Upper-division standing.History and analysis of documentary programming on Americanbroadcast television and cable including terminology, standards, andaccepted practices associated with television documentary production inthe U.S.5

San Francisco State University Bulletin 2022-2023BECA 463 Ethics and Responsibility in the Electronic Media (Units: 3)Prerequisite: Upper-division standing.The concept of professionalism and roles of individuals, law, andgovernment in determining ethical standards in electronic media.[Formerly BECA 623]BECA 467 On the Cultural Frontlines: Contemporary Trends in Israeli Art(Units: 3)Prerequisite: GE Area A2.An examination of contemporary Israeli culture through literature, cinema,and theater. Inner conflicts and shared visions of the Israeli psyche arerevealed through the arts and in conversation with Israeli artists.(This course is offered as JS 467, BECA 467, C W 467, and TH A 467.Students may not repeat the course under an alternate prefix.)BECA 468 Israeli Media Landscape: Journalism, Communications, andSociety (Units: 3)Prerequisite: GE Area A2.Introduction to Israel's media institutions and the forces that haveshaped the country's present media landscape. The development ofIsraeli media from the birth of Hebrew-language newspapers in Europe,through the first decades of statehood, the shift towards a marketeconomy in the 1980s, and the implications of the digital revolutionon local media outlets. Topics include the party press, establishmentof public broadcasting and recent struggles for its reform, rise ofcommercial broadcasting, and major corruption affairs.(This course is offered as JS 468, JOUR 454, and BECA 468. Studentsmay not repeat the course under an alternate prefix.)BECA 469 Media on Media: Media Scandals and Journalism Ethics inIsrael, the U.S., and U.K. (Units: 3)Prerequisite: GE Area A2.Legal, ethical, and normative questions in the work of journalists andmedia organizations are examined in case studies from Israel, the U.S.,and the U.K. by analyzing the media's relationships with the politicalarena, the private sector, and security forces. Topics include libel suits,source protection, and advertising boycotts; appropriate means formonitoring and regulating the media; and the significance of media selfreflection and transparency in the digital age.(This course is offered as JS 469, BECA 469, and JOUR 469. Studentsmay not repeat the course under an alternate prefix.)BECA 470 Dramatic Writing for Television and Electronic Media (Units: 3)Prerequisites: BECA 370; permission of the instructor.Television as a unique medium for drama. The limitations andpotentialities of the medium in relation to form, style, timing,characterization, and story selection.BECA 480 Audio Journalism (Units: 3)Prerequisites: Restricted to upper-division standing; JOUR 226* andJOUR

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