Communications Magnet

The Communications/Broadcast Arts Program focuses on the many methods employed in the communication of ideas including text, graphics, audio and video. Students enjoy the use of a professional on-campus television studio, state of the art recording studios, remote cameras, nonlinear video editing, digital video and still cameras, and a comprehensive computer graphics and web design lab to complete academic and extracurricular projects. Students interested in television and radio production, newspaper journalism, digital media and web design, computer graphics, advertising, or public relations will find this program an excellent choice.

Magnet Coordinator | Jeffrey Romance

Phone : 754.322.0672

 

Academic Requirements

Acceptance into a Magnet Program for high school students is based on academic performance. Exceptional education students with disabilities must meet magnet school entry requirements that will ensure the student’s success in the magnet program. English Language Learners (ELL) must have FCAT or nationally standardized test scores in reading and/or mathematics and the GPA as required criteria for specific magnet programs as described in Policy.

For all high school programs, unless otherwise noted, there is a review process for students who do not meet the following established entrance criteria for the Communications/Broadcast Arts Magnet Program:

• GPA – 2.5
• Level 3 or greater FCAT score (reading & math)
 

Application Process

Applications to the CBA program are being accepted December 1, 2016 – February 10, 2017. Please contact our Communications/Broadcast Arts Magnet Office for more information on how you can apply – 754.322.0672

If your student is currently enrolled in a Broward County Public School and you wish to apply click here. 

If your student is NOT currently enrolled in a Broward County Public School and you wish to apply click here.

 Our OPEN HOUSE  will take place on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 – 7:00pm 

 

Dynamic Courses

The Communications Magnet Program is proud to offer a complete set of dynamic courses catered to the communications industry. Below is a list of the courses offered to our students. 

Introductory Courses

Journalism 1

Television 1

Film 1

Graphics 1

Radio 1

Broadcasting Courses

Morning Announcements

Broadcast Performance

Film Production

Sports Broadcasting

Video-Graphics Animation

WBRN Live Radio

WDBH Cable Show

Film Studies

Publishing Courses

Desktop Publishing

ePathfinder

Photo Journalism

Social Media

Webpage Design

Yearbook

Literary Magazine

Graphics Courses

Advertising

Advanced Multimedia

Animation

Executive Internship

Marketing

Illustrator

Photoshop

Social Media

Web Design

FSPA

CBA is a proud member of

 

Notable Alumni

The Communications Magnet Program has cultivated many students who have grown to work in many industries. Below are just a few of our alumni who are working in the Communications Field. 

AlumniTy Youstin | Class of 2004 | Electronic Graphics Operator

CNN

 

 

 

Alumni Larry Cutrell | Class of 2000 | Engineer

Apple

 

 

 

Alumni Ari Odzer | Class of 1982 | General Assignment Reporter

WTVJ

 

 

 

 

AlumniChristian Koegel | Class of 2004 | Event Producer

MTV

 

 

 

 

AlumniDana Dischert| Class of 2000 |Creative Designer

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AlumniJason Clark| Class of 2003| Art

AlumniJacey Birch | Class of 1994 | Anchor

Alumni Cassandra Kusmich | Class of 2006 | Promotion Coordinator

AlumniSarah Peterson | Class of 2000 | Promotions

Alumni Shama Joseph | Class of 2000 | Record Producer

AlumniLen Brown | Class of 2003 | Digital Media Coordinator

Alumni Ashley DeBeltrand | Class of 2000 | Meteorologist

AlumniJessica Williams| Class of 2000 | On-Air Personality

Alumni Sasha Mitchell | Class of 1999 | Producer