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Which HBCU has the best program for... Posted on 12-31-2007
Diamond08

Broadcasting or Broadcast Journalism. I've looked into many schools but after visiting Howard for their Open House I've fallen in lost with HBCUs, period. I've applies to Howard, Hampton, and Norfolk. Norfolk looks to be the best but I wanted some other opinions if you all don't mind.
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deedeja from wilmington, DE replied on 12-31-2007 07:09PM [Reply]

Diamond08 wrote:
Broadcasting or Broadcast Journalism. I've looked into many schools but after visiting Howard for their Open House I've fallen in lost with HBCUs, period. I've applies to Howard, Hampton, and Norfolk. Norfolk looks to be the best but I wanted some other opinions if you all don't mind.
Try CAU thats the reason I applied there because im interested in broadcast journalism and also the city of atlanta has several media outlets like cnn turner broadcasting and cartoon network just to name a few also according to rugg's recommendations( a book that suggests schools by major) Johnson C. Smith is a good choice and that's in charlotte , nc and they are a very technology emphasis school famu- also was on the list of rugg reccomondations- but i dont know how far you're willing to go thats too far for me lol i know its a lot but im going through the same thing you are with deciding what schools are suitable for my major i hope this helps some what
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replied on 01-02-2008 07:32PM [Reply]
Yea it does thanks so much ... and I don't know if you're interested or not but I was talking to my cousin and she was telling me that Hampton and Norfolk actually let you film your own pieces jr. and sr. year for HW assignments and such.
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deedeja from wilmington, DE replied on 01-02-2008 10:10PM [Reply]

Diamond08 wrote:
Yea it does thanks so much ... and I don't know if you're interested or not but I was talking to my cousin and she was telling me that Hampton and Norfolk actually let you film your own pieces jr. and sr. year for HW assignments and such.
im interested in what ever is gonna get me to be successful in my endeavors ive also been told by many clark people that their media arts program is the outline of other hbcus and i know one girl who's a freshman there and they are already getting hands on with interviewing people and stuff like the first week of classes. well let me know if u find out any other valuable info since we have the same interests and ill do the same
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NeoSoulBrotha from Rosedale, MD replied on 01-09-2008 10:24AM [Reply]

Hampton's Scripps Howard School of Journalism & Communications is among the best in terms of faculty, facilities, and career opportunities. Check this out to learn more: http://www.hamptonu.edu/shsjc/pdf/SHSJC_Winners.pdf HU has been very aggressive in developing their communications program... definitely worth looking into. Ever since Tony Brown was appointed dean, I've heard nothing but great things.
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replied on 01-21-2008 04:51PM [Reply]
Lol just like them Hampton kids pushing they school j/k but my sister went to Hampton and everytime I say something she talkin about Hampton ... when she was there I went to visit, well with her anyway. Maybe I should go back and really check out the Communications/Journalism Dept.
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deedeja from wilmington, DE replied on 01-21-2008 08:19PM [Reply]

Also Try FAMU. The School of Journalism & Graphic Communication from the information on the schools website is excellent. "FAMU is the only historically black institution to have ever earned a writing Hearst Medallion, meaning it placed in the top 10 of all accredited journalism programs nationally – and it has done so five times, in 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 2002-03 and 2006-07"
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Metaphor087 from Catacombs, CT replied on 02-14-2008 06:48PM [Reply]

which hbcu's have the good academic and football programs??
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