Telecommunications | Writing for Electronic Media
T211 | 20661 | Haywood-Smith, L.

Room:  R-TV 226

Instructor’s Name: Lynda Haywood-Smith

Name of Course:   Writing for Electronic Media

Prerequisites:  None

Course Description as stated in the COAS Bulletin): “Style, form,
and preparation of written materials for electronic media.”

Course Objectives/Goals: Writing for the Electronic Media provides
an introduction to basic media writing principles. Students will
learn to sharpen their grammar and composition skills, and discuss
selection and treatment of content for the media. The class will
discuss and practice formats used for radio, television, news,
sports and promotions. We will discuss and practice other forms of
media writing, such as copywriting for the advertising industry and
public relations writing.  By the end of the semester, you should be
able to create professional copy in the proper media format.

Course Format:  Lecture

Grading Procedure: TBA---There will be several types of assignments
ranging from creative writing assignments to evaluating media
writing that you see on a daily basis.

Required Text: TBA

Recommended Supplement: TBA

Meeting Times: Tuesday and Thursday 9:30-10:45AM.

Requirements fulfilled by this course:  TEL-T 211 may fulfill a
course requirement in the TEL Design and Production emphasis. This
course is a requirement in the HPER Sports Communication major.