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  • TRAINING IN BROADCAST JOURNALISM KICKS OFF

    The Center for Executive Education at the African University College of Communications (AUCC) on Saturday, August 20, 2016, began a three months course in Broadcast Journalism at the Discovery House campus, Adabraka-Accra. This programme, is a hands-on training programme offering participants the opportunity to sit in the AUCC’s multimedia studio for practical lessons in radio and television presentation.

    The training which is the second short training course in Journalism being held by the University-College this year, is to introduce participants to the basic elements of Radio and Television production and presenting. The participants at the training will be taught the Principles and Practices of Radio and Television production; and the basics of News and Programme Presentation. Participants will also be introduced to the tenets of Broadcasting and will be acquainted with the legal principles and rules that will guard them against defamation.

    Speaking at the opening ceremony, the Director, Centre for Executive Education, Mr. Tony Fofie formally welcomed all participants and charged them to abreast themselves with the current trends in the media. He tasked them to be mindful of time management since that is crucial in their quest for knowledge.

    He revealed that the training is aimed at people with little or no prior experience in media arts practice, graduates seeking career in broadcast journalism, as well as individuals who are already in the Broadcast industry seeking to upgrade their knowledge and skills in the profession.

    Present at the opening ceremony were some of the facilitators for the twelve (12) week course, including Mr. Samuel Ato Afful (immediate past General Manager of Y-Fm, Kumasi and Senior Lecturer, AUCC), former editor of Graphic Showbiz and head of the Journalism Department at AUCC, Nana Banyin Dadzie, Nana Achampong among others.

    The training is expected to end on Saturday November 5, 2016.

  • TRAINING IN BROADCAST JOURNALISM KICKS OFF

    The Center for Executive Education at the African University College of Communications (AUCC) on Saturday, August 20, 2016, began a three months course in Broadcast Journalism at the Discovery House campus, Adabraka-Accra. This programme, is a hands-on training programme offering participants the opportunity to sit in the AUCC’s multimedia studio for practical lessons in radio and television presentation.

    The training which is the second short training course in Journalism being held by the University-College this year, is to introduce participants to the basic elements of Radio and Television production and presenting. The participants at the training will be taught the Principles and Practices of Radio and Television production; and the basics of News and Programme Presentation. Participants will also be introduced to the tenets of Broadcasting and will be acquainted with the legal principles and rules that will guard them against defamation.

    Speaking at the opening ceremony, the Director, Centre for Executive Education, Mr. Tony Fofie formally welcomed all participants and charged them to abreast themselves with the current trends in the media. He tasked them to be mindful of time management since that is crucial in their quest for knowledge.

    He revealed that the training is aimed at people with little or no prior experience in media arts practice, graduates seeking career in broadcast journalism, as well as individuals who are already in the Broadcast industry seeking to upgrade their knowledge and skills in the profession.

    Present at the opening ceremony were some of the facilitators for the twelve (12) week course, including Mr. Samuel Ato Afful (immediate past General Manager of Y-Fm, Kumasi and Senior Lecturer, AUCC), former editor of Graphic Showbiz and head of the Journalism Department at AUCC, Nana Banyin Dadzie, Nana Achampong among others.

    The training is expected to end on Saturday November 5, 2016.

  • TRAINING IN BROADCAST JOURNALISM KICKS OFF

    The Center for Executive Education at the African University College of Communications (AUCC) on Saturday, August 20, 2016, began a three months course in Broadcast Journalism at the Discovery House campus, Adabraka-Accra. This programme, is a hands-on training programme offering participants the opportunity to sit in the AUCC’s multimedia studio for practical lessons in radio and television presentation.

    The training which is the second short training course in Journalism being held by the University-College this year, is to introduce participants to the basic elements of Radio and Television production and presenting. The participants at the training will be taught the Principles and Practices of Radio and Television production; and the basics of News and Programme Presentation. Participants will also be introduced to the tenets of Broadcasting and will be acquainted with the legal principles and rules that will guard them against defamation.

    Speaking at the opening ceremony, the Director, Centre for Executive Education, Mr. Tony Fofie formally welcomed all participants and charged them to abreast themselves with the current trends in the media. He tasked them to be mindful of time management since that is crucial in their quest for knowledge.

    He revealed that the training is aimed at people with little or no prior experience in media arts practice, graduates seeking career in broadcast journalism, as well as individuals who are already in the Broadcast industry seeking to upgrade their knowledge and skills in the profession.

    Present at the opening ceremony were some of the facilitators for the twelve (12) week course, including Mr. Samuel Ato Afful (immediate past General Manager of Y-Fm, Kumasi and Senior Lecturer, AUCC), former editor of Graphic Showbiz and head of the Journalism Department at AUCC, Nana Banyin Dadzie, Nana Achampong among others.

    The training is expected to end on Saturday November 5, 2016.

  • TRAINING IN BROADCAST JOURNALISM KICKS OFF

    The Center for Executive Education at the African University College of Communications (AUCC) on Saturday, August 20, 2016, began a three months course in Broadcast Journalism at the Discovery House campus, Adabraka-Accra. This programme, is a hands-on training programme offering participants the opportunity to sit in the AUCC’s multimedia studio for practical lessons in radio and television presentation.

    The training which is the second short training course in Journalism being held by the University-College this year, is to introduce participants to the basic elements of Radio and Television production and presenting. The participants at the training will be taught the Principles and Practices of Radio and Television production; and the basics of News and Programme Presentation. Participants will also be introduced to the tenets of Broadcasting and will be acquainted with the legal principles and rules that will guard them against defamation.

    Speaking at the opening ceremony, the Director, Centre for Executive Education, Mr. Tony Fofie formally welcomed all participants and charged them to abreast themselves with the current trends in the media. He tasked them to be mindful of time management since that is crucial in their quest for knowledge.

    He revealed that the training is aimed at people with little or no prior experience in media arts practice, graduates seeking career in broadcast journalism, as well as individuals who are already in the Broadcast industry seeking to upgrade their knowledge and skills in the profession.

    Present at the opening ceremony were some of the facilitators for the twelve (12) week course, including Mr. Samuel Ato Afful (immediate past General Manager of Y-Fm, Kumasi and Senior Lecturer, AUCC), former editor of Graphic Showbiz and head of the Journalism Department at AUCC, Nana Banyin Dadzie, Nana Achampong among others.

    The training is expected to end on Saturday November 5, 2016.

  • TRAINING IN BROADCAST JOURNALISM KICKS OFF

    The Center for Executive Education at the African University College of Communications (AUCC) on Saturday, August 20, 2016, began a three months course in Broadcast Journalism at the Discovery House campus, Adabraka-Accra. This programme, is a hands-on training programme offering participants the opportunity to sit in the AUCC’s multimedia studio for practical lessons in radio and television presentation.

    The training which is the second short training course in Journalism being held by the University-College this year, is to introduce participants to the basic elements of Radio and Television production and presenting. The participants at the training will be taught the Principles and Practices of Radio and Television production; and the basics of News and Programme Presentation. Participants will also be introduced to the tenets of Broadcasting and will be acquainted with the legal principles and rules that will guard them against defamation.

    Speaking at the opening ceremony, the Director, Centre for Executive Education, Mr. Tony Fofie formally welcomed all participants and charged them to abreast themselves with the current trends in the media. He tasked them to be mindful of time management since that is crucial in their quest for knowledge.

    He revealed that the training is aimed at people with little or no prior experience in media arts practice, graduates seeking career in broadcast journalism, as well as individuals who are already in the Broadcast industry seeking to upgrade their knowledge and skills in the profession.

    Present at the opening ceremony were some of the facilitators for the twelve (12) week course, including Mr. Samuel Ato Afful (immediate past General Manager of Y-Fm, Kumasi and Senior Lecturer, AUCC), former editor of Graphic Showbiz and head of the Journalism Department at AUCC, Nana Banyin Dadzie, Nana Achampong among others.

    The training is expected to end on Saturday November 5, 2016.

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