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April 23, 2007

Summer Communications Trainings

Filed under: general — Luz Rimban @ 10:58 pm

For journalists and journalism teachers who want to hone skills or acquire new ones during the summer break, here’s an announcement from the University of the Philippines’ College of Mass Communication. If you’re interested, please contact the College of Mass Comm Foundation Inc for the fees and other requirements. Contact details are in the letter below, sent by the UP-CMCFI.

Dear Ladies/Gentlemen;

Greetings! We would like to inform you that the U.P. College of Mass Communication Foundation, Inc. (UP-CMCFI) will offer several mass communication seminar-workshops this summer, specially designed for mass media educators and practitioners who are interested in upgrading their skills and knowledge in mass media. All of the summer- workshops will be conducted by the faculty members of the three departments of the U.P. College of Mass Communication, namely, the Broadcast Communication, Communication Research and the Journalism Department. The workshops are:

Broadcast Communication:

Basic Radio Announcing/Performance May 2-4
Basic TV Announcing /Performance May 9-11
Writing and Reporting News for Radio and TV May 14-18
Dealing with the Broadcast Media May 21-25

Communication Research:

Organizing and teaching communication theory May 14-15
Communication Research and Effects Theories May 16
Communication Research and Critical Theories May 17
Communication Research and Contextual Theories May 18
Quantitative Research in Communication May 21-24
Qualitative Research in Communication May 28-31


Newsletter Production April 23-27
News Website Production May 7-11
Photojournalism May 23-25

Discounts are available at 10% for early bird registration, group registration (at least 3 persons) and UP community registrants. The number of slots per class is limited to 15-20 persons, so please send your reservations early. For more information please call CMCFI office at 9206864 or email at Thank you very much.


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