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84 > Image 84 of Bulletin of the University of Kentucky, Volume 25 (1954-1955)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

l l 82 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY mono Anrs l gg l The Department of Radio Arts provides active on-the-air experience as well as a rounded educational curriculum for the student who aspires to a an { position in the radio-television profession. Courses and actual experience also p Cu Q are available for students majoring in other Helds who want to Ieam some- \ of thing about broadcasting . . . and practically every Held of endeavor todayp HO 1 utilizes this medium in one way or another. Finally, provision is made for con- {cf 1 tributing to the knowledge of the student seeking a balanced liberal education. rc! ] The radio facilities, located on the top fioor of McVey Hall, are among l in Z the most extensive of college operations in the country. They include five V qu j broadcasting studios with control rooms, record library, reference library, stali 1 co room, sound effects room, master control, transmitter room, and a full comple- i be ` ment of professional broadcasting equipment. Students broadcast over the V 1 facilities of the Universitys own FM station, WBKY, which is operated by g of j the Radio Arts Department and covers a listening area of 40 miles around Q pl- _ Lexington. In addition, many programs produced by students of the depart- i an ` ment go out over regular commercial stations throughout the state. The De- W, partrnent is presently engaged also in producing television programs featuring CD _ . all student talent for television stations in nearby areas. Q Television training, both classroom and on-the-air, is an integral part sit _ of the curriculum. Each summer a selected group of Radio Arts majors are ta j permitted to enroll in an eightweeks intemship in television at WHASTV, m~ ; Louisville, for which credit is given under Radio 106b.. Training in this special j television course includes work in film editing, scriptwriting, and floor-directing. V _ Motion picture equipment, with a complete movie sound system, has been 4 added to the Radio Arts Departments facilities. The use of this equipment - in a new course, Cinematography 111, provides the student with experience cc similar to that of persons working in the film department of television stations. 16 The course stresses news coverage and the technique of producing sound ' th motion pictures. In addition, this equipment is being utilized in the produc- in tion of movie and television films, some exploring broad cultural areas and ar others reflecting University life and work. Lu Courses for Mujoring in Radio Arts tli Open to Freshmen tz Crs. Radio Arts la, 1bRadio Today ................ . ................................................................... 6 ll: s Open to Sophomores gi Radio Arts 2aRadio Announcing ................................................................................ 2 si Open to Juniors ond Seniors tl Radio Arts 101Radio Regulations .............................................................................. 2 Radio Arts 102Advanced Radio Announcing ............................................................ 2 Radio Arts 105Radio Script Writing .......................................................................... 2 Radio Arts 103Radio and Television Advertising ...................................................... 2 Radio Arts 106aRadio Production .............................................................................. 2 Radio Arts 106bRadio Production .............................................................................. 2 d Radio Arts 110-Pro-Seminar in Radio .......................................................................... 1 U Nt:Rd.iArt ' ttkl dlb " ' Arts COQISSCS, HlUSi ($18 fllnghgf YGHLRS prerequisites for au other Radio p SOCIAL WORK Social Work consists of a network of services designed to meet a wide H range of human needs. A career in social work offers a choice of interesting B