|Faculty:||School of Applied Arts and New Media
|Description:||Graduates from the second year Radio Performance & Studio Production concentration will have the multiple skills needed to be flexible in an ever-changing industry. In addition to the basic performance and studio skill sets, graduates will have the ability to write, produce and perform audio content for both FM and Internet Radio and a growing selection of online mobile platforms. You will voice, record, edit and mix radio content using post production processes in a real studio environment.
Job opportunities for graduates are available throughout Nova Scotia and beyond as on-air radio personalities & hosts, creative writers, audio producers, promotion assistants & directors, newscasters as well as creators and suppliers of online audio content and in freelance voice-over.