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 writing, interviewing and research for a range of media. Graduates will be qualified to write for various fields of journalism including newspapers, radio, television and the web. LEVEL 5
Learn how to report news for radio and gain experiencein an internship in a radio newsroom. Graduate will qualified for entry into radio journalism in commercial an public radio. 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
This popular hands-on course provides all the skills you need to become industry ready in the NZ Radio market. Learn on-air presentation, copy-writing, production, promotions and more! Level 3
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Associate Dean for Faculty of Arts and Lecturer in Research and Presentation
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Specialist teaching - radio, Maori issues, te reo Maori, political issues, local and national government
Read more about Ana Tapiata
Specialist teaching - news reporting/writing
Read more about Bernie Whelan
Specialist teaching - Teeline shorthand
Specialist teaching - news reporting/writing, feature writing, photography, web editing, media law, media ethics, crime and court reporting, newspaper design, reporting diversity.
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Lecturer in Announcing and Head of NZ Radio Training School Wellington
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Dean of Faculty of Arts
Read more about Kaye Jujnovich
Announcing and Production (Radio Traing School Auckland)
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Lecturer in Announcing and Head of NZ Radio Training School Auckland.
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Performing Arts and Communications Programme Manager
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Specialist teaching – video reporting.
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Production and Creative Writing (Radio Training School Wellington)
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