Right now hundreds of journalism and broadcasting students should be prepping for their convocations or potentially gearing up for their first summer jobs in the industry.
That includes second year students in the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) Radio, Television and Broadcast News program, who find themselves virtually shooting, editing and producing a news program from their homes, instead of spending their last weeks together in an on-campus studio.
Led by television instructor and industry veteran Lisa MacDonald, she and student Hannah Lepine join us on this episode of Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast to talk about the new virtual reality that’s been thrust upon journalism as the Class of 2020 prepare to enter the industry in an uncertain time.
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