#JRMC4460 The Fall 2016 Semester in Review

JRMC 4460 is the audio production course in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication at The American University in Cairo (AUC).

JRMC 4460 is a required course for multimedia journalism majors.

Students learn to gather nat sound to create 'scenes' for their audio projects.

Students produce a variety of audio projects each semester including podcasts.

The course offers ample time to listen to a variety of audio including peer critiques.

Narration, scriptwriting and editing are key components of the course.

This semester the students went on a field trip to the Nile FM studio, a popular radio station in Cairo, to meet Mark and Sally from the Morning Show.

There are Listening Sessions at the end of the semester to listen to the completed audio documentaries.

The JRMC Radio Studio at AUC.
In class critique session.

The field trip to the Nile FM studios.

Students in the Nile FM studio with Mark and Sally.

Mickey from Nile FM talks to Audio Production students about music and programming.

Sally share her insights about working in the Nile FM morning show.

Thanks to Nile FM, it was a memorable day for the Fall 2016 Audio Production class.

Thanks to the students who make the course fun and interesting.

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