Nov 16

School of the Arts Visit Day


In Broadcast-Fusion Media, students look at both traditional careers in radio and TV while also experimenting with its evolution in this ever-changing digital landscape, which includes experience in corporate work, event/sports videography, church media and documentary video.

Expert Instruction, Real-World Experience

This major takes the field of broadcasting to a new level, implementing elements of photography, film, story development, and web work. When you graduate you will be able to work in a variety of settings, including visual and audio podcasting, broadcast journalism, backpack documentaries, advertising agencies, sports broadcasting in radio or TV, or as a church media specialist.

All content created in the major runs through our Forester Digital Network, which covers everything on campus from news and sports to Forester Radio, our on campus radio station. As a part of the network, students live broadcast many of our home athletic events online, performing camera work, live editing, and even color calling. Our work has even been picked up for national airtime! Check out the Forester basketball game featured on ESPN as a top pick!

Grant Information

If you're interested in studying DMA and broadcasting, consider applying the DMA Broadcasting Grant!

Watch and Listen!

Check out the Forester Digital Network to view all our fusion media video programming! Listen now to Forester Radio for the best music on campus!