Media and Journalism

Overview

Media is a medium or channel to store and transmit the information and data. It is also referred as mass media mediator, but is also defined as the medium to transfer or share any data or information for any objective. In general words “media” is a tool of communication.

If made a comparison with the earlier years of communication, the media technology has made communicating much easier and convenient. The students in the schools inspired to make use of the maximum media devices and are also expected to learn or grasp basic understandings of different kinds of technologies accessible.

Journalism: journalism is a set of actions, in which the journalists are engaged in the anticipation of the written, visual, or audio material is planned for promulgation through the public media which includes the facts and the continuous events occurring which are of the public concerns. It is to inform or to make the public aware of the events which they should be known to as, instead just letting them remain private. Journalism is depicted to be the consumer’s product where there is a mixture of both specific and nonspecific part of the society.

Study Option

  • Media Management
  • Advertising Management and Digital Communications
  • Film and TV production
  • Printing and Graphic Arts (Digital Production)
  • Motion Pictures & Television
  • Broadcasting
  • Multimedia Communications
  • Digital Photography
  • Media Arts
  • Creative Graphic Arts Foundation Studies
  • Creative Writing
  • Writing/Communication

Career Options

  • News Anchor
  • Chief Editor/Resident Editor
  • Radio Jockey
  • News /Feature Editor
  • Script Writer
  • Associate Editor
  • Photojournalist
  • Proofreader
  • Public Relation Manager
  • Reporter
  • Correspondent/Special Reporters
  • Leader Writer
  • Writer
  • Writing for Multimedia and the Web
  • Feature writer
  • Columnist
  • Critic
  • Photo Journalist or News Photographer
  • Fashion Journalist
  • Cartoonists and illustrators

Leading Institutions

  • Stanford University
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Columbia University
  • London School of Economics and Political Science
  • National University of Singapore
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • University of California, Berkeley
  • The University of Tokyo
  • Yale University
  • The University of Melbourne