“If you want to make it in broadcasting, you can’t be a one-trick pony.” Wise words from Winnipeg broadcasting guru and Herzing instructor, Bev Edmondson.
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Broadcasting has come a long way over the last 20 years. The internet and new forms of digital media have completely changed the way we produce, share, and consume news. They've even changed what we consider news.
Austin Siragusa graduated from Herzing's Radio & TV Broadcaster program in 2016. He now works as a Digital Content Producer for the Manitoba Moose/True North Sports + Entertainment
Herzing Radio/Television Broadcasting student, Harrison Jordan, hones his studio skills on campus
Living in Manitoba and dreaming of a career in radio or television? See yourself as a successful anchor, or thriving behind-the-scenes as a writer, producer, or editor?
Starting a Broadcasting Career in Winnipeg: Herzing Instructor, Bev Edmondson, Has Advice for Newcomers
Considering a career in broadcasting and looking around for training programs in the Winnipeg area? Wondering what it takes to make a living in this field, and what your job options will be as a broadcasting newbie?
Media channels, both traditional and digital, help businesses and organizations create brand awareness and connect with target audiences. Skilled communications professionals know how to build and manage communities of followers, promote their employers’ marketing goals, and are always up-to-date on emerging media technologies.