Radio/Audio Production

Home of the student-run radio station, 88.7FM The Pulse


EVIT's Radio/Audio Production Program is home to KPNG, 88.7FM The Pulse, and KVIT, Neon 90.7FM, two fully functioning non-commercial radio stations. Student work is featured on both stations. The Radio/Audio Program also features a state-of-the-art digital recording studio.

Students will be trained in radio commercial, promo, and show production, music creation and production, journalism writing and reporting, media marketing, live sound production and more.
  Students have the option to focus on sports broadcasting, as EVIT Radio airs high school football, basketball and baseball/softball games during the school year all throughout the East Valley.  Students can train to be play by play announcers, analysts, & even on-site live sound engineers.  Students learn Pro Tools editing software, FL Studio music software, NextGen radio software and more.
 


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Note: This is a dual enrollment course. For more information, visit the Dual Enrollment page. 

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For announcements and updates about the EVIT Radio/Audio Production program, text EVIT to 89800.‚Äč

 

Course Code RB10, RB20, RB30

Prerequisites  At least 6 high school credits, including 1 English credit, 'C' or better
On track to graduate or a plan for graduation
2.0 GPA or equivalent standardized test scores 
Length 2-4 semesters

Campus Location EVIT Main Campus

Certifications Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) Radio Operator Certification

Possible Careers On-Air Talent, Sound Engineering, Marketing and Promotions Professional, Commercial Production, Radio Journalism, Public Relations, Digital Media, Sales and Marketing Professional, Voice-over Artist, Broadcast Engineer, Radio Program Director, Live Sound Engineer

Certification Certified Radio Operator, Society of Broadcast Engineers

Average Entry Level Salary $25,000 per year


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