The Broadcasting Arts and Technology program at County College of Morris prepares students for work in the film the television industries. Career tracks may include videographer, director, editor, producer, floor manager, grip, sound mixer and more.
The CCM Broadcasting Arts and Technology program focuses on the convergent media associated with broadcasting and narrow casting by developing wide ranging media skills through creative approaches and technical applications in the areas of television, digital media and post-production.
CCM is an excellent place to start your career in broadcasting and video production. The Alex DeCroce Media Center functions as a TV studio and classroom for Broadcasting majors. The renovated facility features high definition technology, a digital media editing classroom, a scenery work room, two studio control rooms, a â€śgreen roomâ€ť for guests, and separate teaching and professional studio spaces, each equipped with green screen cycloramas to create a variety of background images for video.
All students in this program are mentored by Professor Ray Kalas, a media professional with over thirty years combined experience in production and teaching. The program is supported by a staff of knowledgeable professionals with backgrounds in the broadcasting industry.
- Camera Operators
- Broadcast Technicians
- Technical Writers
- Broadcast News Analysts
- Radio and TV Announcers
Students in this program have successfully transferred to four-year institution including:
- West Virginia University
- Rider University
- Fairleigh Dickinson University
- Centenary College
- Rutgers Newark
- The College of Saint Elizabeth
- William Paterson University
Take advantage of the internship opportunities. Students in this program have interned with 77WABC, Cablevision, Geffen Records, Giaranomo Productions, MSNBC, Morris Videoworks, NBC, WDHA, WMBC, WPLJ-FM, WWORTV, M&M Video Productions, CNBC, MTV Network, Wilray Audio Visual, Oxygen Media, WCBS-TV, Granada TV and MSNBC.
DeMare Hall, Room 300
Dr. Matthew T. Jones