Lincoln College

Undergraduate Catalog :: Lincoln Campus

Broadcasting

BRC 110: Broadcasting Activity I

Credits: 0:0:1
This activity course is for students who successfully complete one semester of involvement at the campus radio station, WLNX-FM.

BRC 111: Broadcasting Activity II

Credits: 0:0:1
This activity course is for students who successfully complete their second semester of involvement at the campus radio station, WLNX-FM.
Prerequisite: BRC 110

BRC 113: Broadcasting Activity III

Credits: 0:0:1
This activity course is for students who successfully complete their third semester of involvement at the campus radio station, WLNX-FM.
Prerequisite: BRC 111

BRC 125: Introduction to Broadcasting

Credits: 3:0:3
This course examines radio broadcasting practices and principles, including, but not limited to, the history of radio broadcasting in the United States, basic principles of radio broadcasting on-air and off-air production, audience measurement, programming philosophies and strategies, and radio formal conceptualization and execution.

BRC 131: Broadcasting Activity IV

Credits: 0:0:1
This activity course is for students who successfully complete their fourth semester of involvement at the campus radio station, WLNX-FM.
Prerequisite: BRC 113

BRC 135: Broadcast Writing

Credits: 3:0:3
This course emphasizes writing for visual and audio presentations, including continuity, commercials, public service announcements, news, and special events.
Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent enrollment

BRC 227: Radio Production

Credits: 3:0:3
This course examines the concepts and principles of audio production for radio stations. In addition to learning basic fundamentals, students will be introduced to the preparation, production, and direction of program materials by utilizing the production studio of WLNX-FM.
Prerequisite: BRC 125

BRC 228: Broadcast News

Credits: 3:0:3
This course examines the principles and practices of broadcast journalism, including the writing, reporting, and production of newscasts for radio and television. Ethics and communication law as it applies to broadcast news is also explored. No prerequisite.

BRC 232: Electronic Media Programming

Credits: 3:0:3
This course examines radio and television programming practices and principles, including, but not limited to, competitive strategies, audience ratings and research methods, scheduling practices, cable TV, and emerging technology.
Prerequisite: BRC 125