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Editorial board: Kim Akass, Stephen Lacey, David Lavery, Janet McCabe, Robin Nelson and Rhonda V. Wilcox.

General Listings:


film studies and related programs at colleges and universities in Canada.

master degree programs in communication (television options available).

Institutions in Canada


University of Alberta.
film and media studies program.


Brook University, Ontario.
communications, popular culture and film.


University of Calgary.
degrees in communications studies.


CinéCours, Formation professionnelle en cinéma et télévision.
réalisateur de télévision.


Columbia College, Vancouver.
digital entertainment and communications training.


Conestoga College, Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning.
broadcasting-radio and television.


Humber College, Toronto.
School of Media Studies and Information Technology.
film and television production (post-secondary).
film and television production (continuing education).

Malaspina University-College.
media studies progamme.


Mohawk College, College of Applied Arts and Technology.
broadcasting - television and communications media.

Montreal Radio and Television School.
television courses.


Mount Royal College.
film and television.
radio and television broadcasting.


Niagara College.
Broadcasting - Radio, Television and Film.


Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT).
Radio-Television program.


Ryerson Polytechnic University.
BA in Radio and Television.


Simon Fraser University.
School of Communications.
under- and graduate programmes.


Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), Calgary.
cinema, television, stage, radio.


Toronto Film College.
film and television production.


University of Western Ontario.
BA in Media, Information and Technology.
MA in Media Studies.
PhD in Media Studies.


University of Winsor, Ontario.
communication studies (including television production).


Institutions in the United States of America


University of Alabama.
Telecommunication and Film Department.
television courses available in the program.


University of Arizona.
Department of Media Arts.
MA in Media Arts (television interns available).


American Film Institute (AFI): Education.
As the premiere film body in the United States, AFI offers several acclaimed film and television production programs, including the Directing Workshop for Women, production-related workshops, online courses, the Enhanced Television Workshop, and the California Digital Arts Workshop.


Boston University College of Communication.
Department of Film and Television.
television program.
graduate program (including television).


Brooklyn College, the City University of New York.
undergraduate programme in television and radio.
Brooklyn College, Department of Television and Radio.
MFA degree program in television production.
MS degree program in television production.
graduate program in television and radio.


University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
School of Theater, Film and Television.
Department of Film, Television and Digital Media.
professional program.


University of California, Santa Barbara.
Centre for Film, Television and New Media.
research and teaching.


University of California, Santa Cruz.
film and digital media (television courses available).


California State University Northridge.
Department of Cinema and Television Arts.
BA in Cinema and Television Arts.


Chapman University.
Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts.
television and broadcast journalism.
graduate program.


DeAnza College, Cupertino, CA.
Television Production Certificate and degree programs.


Emerson College, Boston.
visual and media arts.
undergraduate programs.


Florida State University.
The Film School.
undergraduate and graduate programs.


Indiana University.
film and media studies.
undergraduate courses in communication and culture.
graduate studies in communication and culture.


University of Iowa.
graduate programme in media studies (television component).


Ithaca College, School of Communications.
Television-Radio (B.S.).


Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles.
School of Film and Television.
undergraduate division.
tv and video production.
graduate tv production program.


Mercer County Community College.
Associate in Applied Science Degree in Radio and TV.


University of Michigan.
program in film and video studies (television courses available).


Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University.
Television-Radio-Film program.


University of New Orleans.
Drama and Communications.
Field Production.


University of North Carolina, Greensboro.
BA in Media Studies.


University of North Texas.
Department of Radio, Television and Film. BA and graduate programs.


Northwestern University.
Department of Radio/Television/Film.
undergraduate program.
graduate program.


University of Notre Dame.
film, television and theatre.
television courses.


Oklahoma State University.
film programs includes Film Studies with Television Studies.


Pennsylvania State University.
media studies undergraduate program.


Regent University, Virginia Beach.
Department of Cinema Arts, Television Arts and Theatre Arts.
masters programs in television arts.


Scottsdale Community College (SCC).
Motion Picture/Television Program.


St. John’s University, NY.
television and film studies.


University of South Carolina Upstate.
BA in Communications (including television).


University of Southern California (USC).
School of Cinema – Television.
Film and Television Production. BA and MA degree level.
Writing for Screen and Television.
BA and MA degree level.


Southern Methodist University, Meadow School of Arts.
cinema and television degree program.

television track.


Temple University, Philadelphia.
Department of Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media.
undergraduate program.


University of Texas at Austin.
Department of Radio-TV-Film.
undergraduate degree program.

graduate program.


Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film and Television.
undergraduate program.
graduate program.