Master's Degree in Journalism in Television

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Master's Degree in Journalism in Television

Master's degree in Journalism in Television

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Student profile:The University Master's Degree in Journalism in Television is aimed at those who want to develop a career as journalists specialized in television, planning and making audiovisual news. To be admitted to the program, it is necessary to be in possession of a higher university degree such as undergraduate, bachelor, higher engineering, or equivalent. Our students come from undergraduate degrees in Journalism (70%), Audiovisual Communication, Advertising and Public Relations, Business Administration and Management and Sociology, among others.

Graduate profile: Our students are perfectly prepared to work in the different profiles demanded by television information companies. They are journalists trained in the areas of production, direction, filming, editing, reporting and presentation before the camera.

Official Degree:Master's Degree in Journalism in Television

Center responsible:Communication and Arts School

Branch of knowledge: Social and Legal Sciences

Openings available: 30

Total Credits:60 credits.
. Minimum of 12 ECTS credits and maximum of 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic period.

Academic year in which it was implemented: 2010-2011

Duration: 1 year. From October to June

Quality of the degree

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Program and methodology based on the learning by doing model

The University Master's Degree in Journalism in Television is aimed at those who want to develop a career as journalists specialized in television, planning and making audiovisual news.

You will have at your disposal an important network of contacts with various communication groups, media and news agencies, where you can develop as a television presenter and editor, reporter, correspondent or expert in production, directing, camera and staging.

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According to the General Media Study, television consumption in Spain has grown four points last year, reaching a penetration of 89.1%. Society consumes more and more audiovisual products, among which informative contents stand out.

The Master's degree in Journalism in Television trains audiovisual information professionals capable of practicing journalism in informative programs of all types or formats, broadcasted by general televisions, specialized channels, the Internet and for all kinds of devices.

If you want to learn how audiovisual information pieces are prepared and elaborated, master the management phases of the news from obtaining the information to broadcasting it, through the recording of images and the digital edition; if you are interested in training in the most demanded journalistic specializations by the current market such as sports journalism, international, economic and fashion - society, this is your Master's degree.

Collaboration with different companies and media in the sector results in training that is closely linked to the professional world and the needs of the area. The Master's degree has a teaching staff made up of highly prestigious professionals in all branches of journalism, and guarantees the completion of curricular internships at the end of the studies.

Main television networks have hired graduates of the Master's Degree in Journalism in Television: Televisión Española, Antena 3, Cuatro, Telecinco, and La Sexta.

The teaching methodology is absolutely practical. The program is developed through workshops, live sessions, news recording and street reports. They work mainly with materials generated by the students themselves, and with materials from broadcasts of different channels and media collaborating with the degree.

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Practical training from the first day

Hand in hand with the best

Visiting teachers and first-class master lectures: Hilario Pino, José María García, Javier Álvarez, Jon Sistiaga, Jesús Álvarez, Marta Fernández and Ángel Sastre are some of the professionals who have visited our classrooms and talked with our students, sharing their experiences.

Nebrija TV Channel

The students of the Master's degree have at their disposal an Internet television called Nebrija TV Channel where, on a voluntary basis, they can make news, reports, magazine programs... to develop the skills needed by a television journalist.

Active professionals

Our teachers are active professionals. Your experience represents a very valuable bonus for student learning.

Curriculum


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All our degrees and curricula have been prepared in accordance with the new guidelines set by current legislation, having already been verified by the National Agency for Quality Assessment.
The student must take 60 credits



First Semester 28 ECTS


  • From October to January, both inclusive
  • 2 ECTS | Audiovisual language
  • 4 ECTS | Production, direction and edition of information programs
  • 4 ECTS | Advanced camera management workshop
  • 4 ECTS | Advanced digital editing and staging workshop
  • 4 ECTS | Informative workshop: Political news
  • 3 ECTS | Informative technologies workshop
  • 4 ECTS | Presentation and Speech
  • 3 ECTS |
    • Audiovisual Narrative (Elective)
    • Practical applications to freedom of information (Elective)

Second Semester 32 ECTS


  • From February to June, both inclusive
  • 3 ECTS | Sports journalism
  • 3 ECTS | International journalism
  • 3 ECTS | Economic journalism
  • 2 ECTS | Scientific, health and environmental journalism
  • 2 ECTS | Fashion and society journalism
  • 4 ECTS | Documentary and feature workshop
  • 3 ECTS | Special programs: Broadcast of major events
  • 4 ECTS |
    • Internships in television information companies(Compulsory subject for professional guidance)
    • Research Methodology in Communication Sciences (Compulsory subject for academic guidance)
  • 8 ECTS | Final Research Project of Master’s degree

Leyenda:

  • Compulsory Subjects (44 ECTS)
  • Elective Subjects (8 ECTS)
  • Final Research Project of the Master’s Degree (8 ECTS)

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Employability


Career Opportunities

The teaching staff of the School of Communication and Arts is made up of professionals from each field of specialization, who develop a teaching method based on the conviction that what we learn, we learn by doing it.

Integration with the profession is based on the incorporation of professionals as associate professors supporting each program, in a teaching methodology inspired by the learning by doing proposal that involves the experiential aspect in the classrooms and in academic extension activities.

The Master's Degree in Journalism in Television has close ties with numerous companies and media from all fields, a notable characteristic that is enriches by both the teaching staff and the internship program.

The Master's Degree in Journalism in Television trains professionals whose future work will be:

  • Presenter of news programs.
  • Editor of news programs.
  • Audiovisual producer.
  • Freelance journalist.
  • Producer of news programs.
  • Journalist specialized in the following areas: national, culture, society, international and economy.
  • Reporter.
  • Editor in editing programs.
  • Cameraman.

Internships

Nebrija University has signed a Collaboration Agreement on training and employment internships with nearly 3,000 companies and institutions, to promote the practical training of all its students and the approach to the professional environment and first job of university graduates.

These are some of the companies that can be chosen by the students of the Master's Degree in Journalism in Television, in order to carry out their internships and enter fully into contact with the professional field, related to television journalism:

  • Antena 3 Multimedia
  • Antena 3 Noticias
  • Asociación de la prensa de Madrid (APM)
  • Boomerang TV
  • Cuarzo Producciones
  • Europa Press Comunicación
  • Ente Público de Radio Televisión de Castilla La Mancha
  • Fundación Atresmedia
  • Fox International Channels España
  • Gestora de Inversiones Audiovisuales La Sexta S.A
  • Globomedia
  • IDG Communications
  • La Escuadra Invencible
  • La Máquina Total Sports
  • Liquid Media S.L
  • Medianews Producción de Noticias
  • Mediaset España Comunicación
  • Mediatem Canales Temáticos
  • Molinare
  • Periodista Digital
  • Sociedad Pública de Radiodifusión y Televisión Extremeña
  • Thomson Reuters Markets España
  • Unidad Editorial
  • Unipresx TV
  • VNews Agencia de Noticias
  • Vozpópuli Digital