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One & Two Years Diploma

Course Detail
Professional Diplomas >> Diploma in Broadcasting
Duration: One Year & Two Years (Double fee)
Mode of Study: Distance Learning Education/Self Home Based Study
Total Fee(PKR):
(For Pakistani Students)
16500
Total Fee($ US):
(Overseas Students)
300
Eligibility:
Document Required: Two set of Educational Documents, Three CNIC Copies, Three Photograph, Original Bank Deposit slip
Modules: Module 1 Module 2
1. History of Broadcast 2. Classification of Programs 3. Programs of Current Affairs 4. Types of Outdoor Broadcasting I 5. Types of Outdoor Broadcasting II 6. Curtain Raiser 7. Radio Feature 8. Musical Programs of Radio 9. Radio Documentary 10. Disc Jockey 11. Voice in Broadcasting 12. Noise 13. Studio 14. Radio Drama I 15. Radio Drama II 16. Advertisements: Income Generation 17. Advertiserís Approach 18. FM a New Generation in Broadcasting 19. Microphone to Transmitter 20. Script Writing for Radio Broadcast 21. Interactive Broadcasting 22. History of Television g 23. Pakistan Television (PTV) 24. Broadcasting Laws 25. Replicas of Radio Broadcast 26. News Script Writing and Direction Techniques 27. Sets 28. Camera Shots (The Visual Language) 29. Lights in Visual Broadcasting 30. Interior and Exterior 31. Broadcasting and Media Imperialism 32. Environment of TV Broadcast 33. Budget 34. Comparison of different Radio and TV Formats 35. Current Affairs (from Radio to TV) 36. Pre-Production 37. Production & Post-Production 38. TV Advertisements: Money with Entertainment 39. Enigma of More Channels 40. Anchorperson 41. Comparison between Radio and TV Broadcast 42. Terrestrial to Satellite to Cable TV 43. Career in Broadcastin
Last Date of Admission: 21st Dec, 2018
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