Storytelling at its finest.
Inspire others through the art of storytelling.
Find Your Voice—Master Your Craft
Broadcast is your launchpad into a variety of careers. Television, radio, and journalism, of course. But also marketing, advertising, church media ministry, and beyond.
Whether on-air or behind the scenes. Through writing and reporting or producing and managing. Whatever your passion, pursue it through a B.A. degree in Digital Media with a concentration in Broadcast.
Experience Learning – In Studio and Across Campus
The Vision (Online & Magazine)
One incredible experience. Two award-winning publications. Countless ways to improve your talents. Writing. Photojournalism. Videography. Graphic design. Editing. Production. And more. Practice all of it while working for NGU’s magazine (The Vision) and news site (The Vision Online).
Television writing and producing. Studio operations and field production. Experience every aspect as a VisionTV staff member. Recognized by the SC Press Association as a leader in online student media, NGU’s VisionTV and VisionMedia are led by students like you.
Internships at Home and Abroad
Local news outlets, television stations, and radio broadcasts. Film producers, marketing agencies, and nonprofit organizations around the world. It’s your internship – and it’s anything but ordinary. Hone your craft. Expand your network. Perhaps even launch your career.
Communicate Beside Experienced & Faithful Story Tellers
Study Broadcasting in Every Form
Elevate Your Perspective
You’ll also take Chapel every semester, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. You earn credit through attendance, and each course counts as half a credit. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.
Stories that Started Here
Jamie Costa ’15
Since graduating, I have won several competitions for my impressions and have signed with two talent agencies in CA.
Carrie Blackaby Camp ’12
When she wasn’t in class, she could often be found studying in one of the rocking chairs outside White Hall.