Asking questions and telling stories fuels your inquisitive nature.
Become a compelling storyteller with Fanshawe’s Journalism – Broadcast program. You’ll learn how to capture live news and sports events, conduct interviews, write and edit news stories and broadcast live on Fanshawe’s 106.9 The X. This is the largest news station in the city of London, run entirely by students.
Fanshawe invites anyone interested in learning more about the program to arrange a campus visit or attend an Open House. The next one is scheduled Saturday, Mar. 24 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Fanshawe College received the 2013 RTDNA Bill Hutton Award of Excellence, for its commitment to the Radio Television Digital News Association and the betterment of broadcast journalism in Canada.
“Fanshawe College is the first educational institution to win this award and it’s very fitting,” said RTDNA president Ian Koenigsfest. “With 49 RTNDF scholarship awards in the 33 years of the program, Fanshawe’s commitment to broadcast journalism excellence is apparent. Their support through student and faculty participation in many RTDNA projects is much appreciated.”
You’ll hone your skills at Fanshawe’s Broadcast Centre, Canada’s first-ever CRTC-licensed college radio station and the country’s premier broadcasting educational tool.
And you’ll get hands-on experience as a content producer for 1069theX.com creating stories and video and connecting through social media professionally @XFMNews.
The faculty know the broadcast radio and journalism industry inside-out and will share their real-world experience with you.
With our program, you’ll graduate with the training you need to make an impact in the highly competitive journalism field.
Fanshawe graduates from our broadcasting programs can be found worldwide, reporting on the news in their region. Cheryl Hickey, host of Entertainment Tonight; Michelle Dubé, co-anchor of CTV Toronto, John Moore, voice of the Memorial Cup Champions Halifax Moosehead, Caroline Cameron at Sportsnet, are just a a few of the well-known Fanshawe College graduates.