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This research guide will help find resources for projects related to radio production, television production, and related fields in digital media.
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This guide was developed to help you find resources to do television and radio broadcasting research.

   

 

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How to Use This Guide

  • Use the tabs (above) to locate different types of information about television and radio broadcasting.
  • For resources targeted to a particular class here at Montgomery College, check our list of Course Pages.
  • Television & Radio Broadcasting is a multi-disciplinary field. Consider other topics such as mass media, journalism, popular culture, telecommunications, television, radio, graphic design, photography etc. when searching for resources in this subject.

    Link to the following research guides for specific topics in this field:

    Graphic Design

    Journalism

    Photography

 

Radio and Television @ Montgomery College

Montgomery College has radio and television stations featuring student projects and topics of local interest.

"Montgomery College Television (MCTV) provides video production services to Montgomery College, its faculty, staff and partners. MCTV's award-winning production team produces educational programs, shows that highlight the best of Montgomery College and television coverage of College events. MCTV staff manages the College’s educational cable television channel (channel 10 on cable systems in Montgomery County)."

"eRadio WMCR is on the air 24 hours a day and can be heard by logging onto our home page at http://www.eradiowmcr.com/, then click the 'Listen Now' button. We feature the Hot Adult Contemporary Format from 6AM to 6PM. Specialty programs air in the evenings; The 60’s at Six, The 70’s at Seven, the 80’s at Eight, and the 90’s at Nine. From 10PM to 6AM relax with Easy Overnight; classic lite rock music mixed with great album cuts."

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