3 semester credits. The course introduces students to the field of broadcasting and offers a practical approach to the discipline. The first part of the course focuses on the broadcasting field and includes a comparative study of relevant international examples of broadcasting and Italian approaches. The second part of the course is geared towards the research of broadcasting technologies and the practice of various broadcasting formats to be performed and registered in a studio setting. Examples of formats include on-air interviews, readings, moderated talks and forums, etc., while course projects and activities will interact with the journalism and broadcasting activities of FUA's campus press Ingorda. This class includes experiential learning with CEMI.