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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

The art of researching, interviewing and reporting news through media channels can be found in journalism studies. This can include television, radio, web, newspapers, magazines and public relations programs. Journalists often learn to report hard news (such as crime and politics) and soft news (such as fashion and lifestyle).

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Instituto Universitario de Posgrado (IUP)

Faced with the changes that generates a digital environment in the structure, production and management of information, the Masters in Journalism and Digital Online offer ... [+]

Master in Journalism and Digital Communication

Students will be part of the drafting of a digital newspaper

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The development of digital media and application of new technologies to traditional media professionals demand the need to adapt to new media.

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Faced with the changes that generates a digital environment in the structure, production and management of information, the Masters in Journalism and Digital Online offers a global vision and a deepening practice in the new technologies available, in its application and its benefits they contribute to information processing. Internet opens up a range of possibilities and business professionals are increasingly demanding more capable of exploiting all the capabilities of the new medium in their communication channels. ... [-]

Spain Madrid
September 2019
Full-time
Part-time
10 months
Online
Real Madrid International School

The Master in Communication and Sports Journalism teaches what sports journalism is about and how it works, by analyzing how the industry’s professional and social dimens ... [+]

The Master in Communication and Sports Journalism teaches what sports journalism is about and how it works, by analyzing how the industry’s professional and social dimension has evolved nationally and internationally, including its legal and economic aspects. The Master program trains students in journalistic work covering areas such as:

Print journalism. Here key aspects of print and digital sports media production are dealt with acting according to the code of ethics of the journalism profession.

Television and sport. Here methods and specific techniques are shown for televised coverage of sports events, along with how to produce specialized content for scheduling a channel or any other audiovisual platform.... [-]

Spain Madrid
October 2019
Full-time
1 year
Campus
ESNECA

This course is aimed at entrepreneurs, executives, entrepreneurs, journalists and any person who intends to acquire the managerial and technical knowledge necessary for t ... [+]

Recipients

This course is aimed at entrepreneurs, executives, entrepreneurs, journalists and any person who intends to acquire the managerial and technical knowledge necessary for the development of sports journalism activity.

Modality

The modality of the Master's degree is On-Line and Tutoring

Once enrolled, the student will receive the access codes in less than 24 working hours.Our team of teachers and tutors will contact the student within a maximum of 48 hours after enrollment to guide the student, accompany him / her at the beginning and throughout the course, and answer any questions or questions that may arise.Duration

The duration of the course is 300 hours.

AmountOriginal Amount: $ 1900Current Amount: $ 475... [-]
Spain Spain Online
Open Enrollment
Part-time
300 hours
Campus