Degree Type
Associate of Science

Fort Lauderdale

Program Length
8 quarters*

Whether you dream of being in front of the camera, behind the microphone or behind the scenes. City College can help make your broadcasting career a reality.

As a student, you’ll sharpen your skills in radio and TV basics while working with the latest communications technology.  Students have plenty of hands-on opportunities to become proficient at technical basics. The curriculum also focuses on the business end of broadcasting, such as sales and advertising.

The best way to see if City College is the right fit for you is to see it for yourself!

You can tour our facilities and meet with both students and instructors. 

What You'll Learn

As a student in the Broadcasting Program, you’ll be learning all the fundamentals of communication technology from faculty who have first-hand knowledge and experience in the industry.  

Plus, you’ll gain valuable opportunities to get your own hands-on experience through internships atleading local radio or TV stations, as well as at media production sites. There’s nothing like the real thing to help you acquire the skills you need to get your broadcasting career off the ground!

Program Highlights

  • Audio Streaming and Podcasting
  • Announcing
  • News Broadcasting
  • Sports Announcing
  • News Writing
  • Audio/Video Production
  • Produce and Direct
  • Location Shoots
  • Social Media and Station Management


  • Audio Production
  • Broadcast Advertising & Sales
  • Broadcast Journalism
  • News Presentation
  • On-Air Programming
  • Radio Station Operations
  • Video Production

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Career Opportunities

Career opportunities in broadcasting are not just in front of a microphone or camera. There are many other career paths on the technical side, like shooting TV footage, producing and directing, lighting and sound engineering. There are also jobs that focus on the business side of broadcasting like – sales, advertising, marketing, social media and station management. The really great part – you’ll get a foundation in all of it and be able to decide what works for you! Graduates are qualified to seek employment as:


Media Planner / Advertising & Sales

News Reporter / Presenter

Public Relations

Radio / TV Producer

Camera Operator / Video Editor

Is a Career in broadcasting Right for You? Find OUt!

Take the City College "broadcasting Career Training Readiness Quiz"

The fun, online quiz takes 3 minutes to complete and you’ll get a personalized report. Identify your strengths and social style, plus the training and positions you’re best suited for.

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* A quarter is made up of 11 weeks and students may carry 8 to 16 credits per quarter.

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