Broadcast Communications

About the Program

  • Would you like to start a podcast or YouTube channel while still in high school? In Broadcast Communications, create your own podcasts (music, interviews, debates, etc. and post them just like the professionals on the Rainy City Radio website, using top pro-grade microphones and studio equipment. Work with Adobe Audition to edit audio. Learn about radio broadcasting, too. 

    Students will explore a fascinating blend of different media formats involving the PSSC TV news channel, photography, videography and people skills.  Field trips include radio & TV stations, Pike Place Market for photos and other related sites. Become tech-savvy as you discover your passion for broadcasting in so many new fields. This generation connects on the internet with mobile devices—an online platform where Broadcast Communications is rapidly evolving. Be on the cutting edge, talk to your counselor today!

     Approved Equivalency Credits: 0.5 English, 0.5 OR 1.0 AP or Standard Fine Arts

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Meet the Instructor

  • Instructor: Edward Etherington 

    Phone: 206.631.7343

    Email: edward.etherington@highlineschools.org

    I worked as a teacher in Toronto, before moving to Seattle. In Toronto, I worked with two employers using mainframe computers inMr. Etherington IT, which set the stage for me to enter Career & Technical Education at the Puget Sound Skills Center. The program has morphed over the years to include digital communications. 

    Broadcast Communications is my passion. Whether it is working with students on the Northwest High School Film Festival, training a news team, podcasting student content, or producing a TV YouTube channel, each day presents new challenges and great opportunities to assist students in this fast-growing field. 

    I look forward to meeting you!