Join PBS Charlotte as it hosts a preview of “Country Music” by Ken Burns and the station’s “Country in the Carolinas” on Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. in the Halton Theater. Attendees will also enjoy a concert by country music musician and North Carolina native Joe Lasher.
For more details, watch the promo.
To reserve your seats, please visit pbscharlotte.org.
CPCC is offering Feature/Editorial Writing (JOU217) for the first
time at the PBS Charlotte television station in fall 2014
. The station, at 3242 Commonwealth Avenue, is on the CATS bus line as well.
Feature Writing is part of CPCC’s new, expanded journalism curriculum. The course is a college transfer elective and is included in the Mass Communication/Journalism pre-major. UNCC also accepts JOU217 as the equivalent of the Feature Writing course the university offers.
Feature/Editorial Writing students will be writing timeless features, topical editorials, entertainment reviews and human interest profiles. The students also will market their writing as freelancers to print and/or online publications.
- The course meets Tues./Thurs.: 11:15 a.m.-1:05 p.m., WTVI, 3242 Commonwealth Avenue, just three miles from Central Campus
- Pre-requisites: ENG111 and JOU110 (with “C” or better)
- Register soon. This class is not offered every semester.
“Students will benefit from a terrific state-of-the art classroom for these courses with computer stations and video editing software that is housed in the WTVI building,” said Liz Rogers, journalism instructor. “The technology provides outstanding opportunities for hands-on learning in the mass media field.”
The College also is offering Introduction to Journalism (JOU110) at the TV station.
JOU110 will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:30 -10:45 a.m., and JOU217 will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:15 a.m. – 1:05 p.m. at the television station in August. ENG111 is the pre-requisite course for JOU110, and JOU110 is the prerequisite for JOU217.