Broadcasting – Radio
The Radio industry provides 24 hour a day programming content on-air, online, on site and on demand delivering news and entertainment to commuters and information seekers.
Our two-year diploma program follow a hands-on approach to learning at the College radio stations CKDJ 107.9 FM and AIR AM 1700, where they are trained to become leaders in the radio communication industry.
This program is a member of the Broadcast Education Association of Canada, the National Campus and Community Radio Association and the RTDNA (The Association of Electronic Journalists).
Many employment opportunities await graduates of the Broadcasting – Radio program, who are equipped with a combination of creative abilities and technical skill, including entrepreneurial and freelance opportunities.