Digital Media Production

A range of laboratory experiences in the campus radio station, television station, video production facility and multimedia laboratory

Digital media production students will be prepared for positions in: broadcast and non-broadcast facilities in the areas of radio production, television production, professional video, media management, and related fields. Qualified students, regardless of class rank, will have opportunities to work in the campus radio station, WRDL, the campus television station, AUTV 20, and the multimedia laboratory. This program instills in the student an understanding of the power and influence of the media as well as the social and ethical responsibility it places upon content creators..

WRDL, 88.9 FM: Our university radio station broadcasts daily student-produced programming on our 3kw FM radio station serving Ashland and surrounding counties. 

AUTV 20: Television programming is broadcast to campus and to the Ashland Community via Armstrong, and is produced from the television studio and post-production facility in the Center for the Arts studio.

Get involved as early as your freshman year!

The Journalism and Digital Media program offers a variety of unique, practical, and converged media experiences for future storytellers. Students are encouraged to get involved as freshmen and continue through their senior year. Program alumni have worked at a number of media outlets locally, regionally, and nationally, including NBC New York, Sports Time Ohio, Sirius Satellite Radio, and the Columbus Dispatch.    

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