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Journalism Classes Pune


TV Journalism Course

    ★★★★★ ★★★★★

Callidus Media And Art Academy gives you best opportunity to journalize yourself. This course provides Reporting, News Scripting, Bulletin Production,Anchoring and Voice Over,Camera and Editing classes. Enroll today!


Course in Journalism

Shivaji Nagar
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Become a professional Journalist. The Journalism Course is a post-graduate Advanced Diploma programme & it is full time, works as instruction in the role and function of mass media and civil society.This course examines the principles, practice and responsibility of communication, the mass media, and the convergence of print, broadcast and net journalism.


Course in Mass Communication

Shivaji Nagar
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Livewires is synonymous with commitment, expertise and breaking ground in terms of providing fulfilling, enriching and lucrative career options to its students. In the short span of two years it has created a niche in the media world and has put a record number of its students in various segments of media.


Journalism Course

Peth Area
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Journalism is your Dream Career then join Dahad Institute in Peth area.


Crash Course In TV Journalism

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Crash Course in TV Journalism offered by Media Magic Institute is a 10 day short term course from April 18th.What is exciting about this course is that you will get one news channel visit during the course!!! We have faculties with more than 15 yrs. of experience.


Degree in Broadcast Journalism

    ★★★★★ ★★★★★

Mass media has become an integral part of our lives and is consumed vociferously every hour of every day. Whether it is reading your daily newspaper first thing in the morning, following the hottest debates at primetime, or keeping abreast with the Indian cricket team on your smartphone’s news feed, our need for information is greater than ever.