3 good reasons to study Journalism (Broadcast) at Salford: •You'll learn the online skills journalists need today and the future – as well as traditional skills in print, radio and television journalism. •You’ll be taught by professional journalists, in a brand new state-of-the-art newsroom at MediaCityUK equipped with the latest new media technologies specified by industry. •You'll be taught to professional standards by qualified journalists and industry specialists. You will also have the opportunity to take NCTJ (National Council for The Training of Journalists) examinations. Journalism is entering a new digital age but at its core remains the craft of investigating and reporting events and issues. You’ll be taught by professional journalists, in a brand new state-of-the-art newsroom at MediaCityUK equipped with the latest new media technologies specified by industry. You’ll learn how to find, record, write, edit, present and produce news for online, print, radio and television. You’ll run newsdays, working to real-time deadlines and producing real news. And you’ll study law, ethics and the theory of journalism. In broadcasting, you will study the methods of radio and TV journalism and take part in practical projects and assessments. We aim to produce graduates capable of hitting the ground running as competent journalists, with professional multimedia skills.