Whitireia Journalism School is New Zealand’s leading multimedia journalism teaching school and the one of the few in the country to operate its own news website for student work: NewsWire.co.nz
Build your skills in research, interviewing, writing, photography and video storytelling. Use your smartphone to be a mobile journalist. Graduates can get jobs in newspapers, web, TV, mobile, social media, as videographers and in PR/communications.
Learn voice and audio skills to go with research, interviewing, writing, photography and video storytelling. Graduates can get jobs in radio, TV, podcasting, web, mobile, social media and newspapers, as videographers and in PR/communications. LEVEL 5
Learn how to research, interview, write news stories for the web, print and radio, shoot news video and take news photos in this introductory journalism programme. LEVEL 4
Enter the high energy world of radio and discover the many dynamic areas of commercial broadcasting. LEVEL 3
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Specialist teaching - radio, Maori issues, te reo Maori, political issues, local and national government
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Programme Manager Journalism
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Specialist teaching - Teeline shorthand
Lecturer in Announcing and Programme Manager of NZ Radio Training School Wellington
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Dean of Faculty of Arts
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Announcing and Production (Radio Traing School Auckland)
Read more about Kim Adamson
Lecturer in Announcing and Head of NZ Radio Training School Auckland.
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Performing Arts and Communications Programme Manager
Read more about Pip Byrne
Specialist teaching – video reporting.
Read more about Stephen Press
Production and Creative Writing (Radio Training School Wellington)
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