College offers multimedia certificate program
By Peninsula Daily News staff
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Students will learn how print, visual and broadcast communications are created, edited and published on a variety of media platforms.
Courses will emphasize workflow, publication of media, analysis of news, entertainment and persuasive storytelling, and will help students differentiate between facts, opinion and analysis, said journalism/multimedia instructor Rich Riski.
The 19-credit certificate includes courses in multimedia graphics, mass media, journalism, photojournalism and newspaper production.
For more information on the new certificate, Riski can be contacted at email@example.com or 360-417-6469.
Last modified: September 16. 2013 10:25PM