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Enter the World of Media and Broadcasting...
Get Your Degree in Communication

Get Started at Capital
The Communication Media program at Capital Community College is just what you're looking for to get started in the high-tech, fast-paced world of broadcasting and media production. Getting your degree at Capital is an important step toward landing a career in the media industry, or transferring to a four-year university to earn your bachelor's degree.
Communication Media Degree Program >>

Communication Courses
You'll explore your own creativity, while working on projects designed to develop your skills in writing, speaking, audience analysis, information research, and problem solving. You'll apply these skills in hands-on production courses, held in the college's Communication Labs. Choose from courses in TV production, journalism, photography, film study, mass communication, public speaking, and visual communication.
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Media Labs
Most communication courses are held in specialized Media Labs designed for students and professionals. They include a state-of-the-art Digital TV Studio with integrated control room; a specialized computer lab; workstations; and, a black-and white traditional photography lab with 10-station darkroom.
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Capital Student Network
Outside of class time, you can test your leadership ability and improve your production and writing skills by participating in the Capital Student Network (CSN) student media organization a student-produced TV webcast, online newspaper, radio podcast, and blog.

Communication Media faculty are teachers and professionals with significant experience in broadcasting, TV/radio production, photography, journalism, and multimedia design. You'll learn from people in the industry who've "been in the trenches." 
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What Students Say
Get a sneak peek at video production classes through the eyes of our students.
Video Production Class in Action >>
Man on the Street: Capital Student News >>

Media Careers and Bachelors Degrees in Communication
These websites feature bachelors' degree programs in communication, internship sites, scholarship opportunities, and career outlooks in the media profession.
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This page was last updated 07/08/2015


Student Video Productions

Smart Start
Television Production students from Fall 2006 "put it all together" with a magazine-style show featuring some of their semester projects. Host: Stacey Copeland.
30 minutes

Cue Talent
Television Production students from Spring 2006 "put it all together" with a magazine-style show featuring some of their semester projects. Hosts: Rochelle Williams and Terrance Ranel.
MAY 2006
30 minutes

El Show de Analeh
Communication Media students are building their resumes with production experience on "El Show de Analeh," a Spanish-language talk show that focuses on issues in the Latino community.
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On the set of "El Show De Analeh" - taped in the TV studio of Capital Community College

Students in the TV Control room during production

Student crew members on set