Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Jan. 17, 2010

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The Oakland Press:

Specs Howard is a name that is synonymous with broadcast arts. But the Southfield-based school is branching out even further into digital media arts in 2010, which will likely increase the school's enrollment and its revenue. It will be known as the Specs Howard School of Broadcasting and Media Arts once the school completes its digital media arts curriculum, most likely in May, said President Lisa Zahodne. The new name is already being promoted in radio advertisements that began this month. Like its graphics program, which was established in 2008, the digital media arts program will take 12 months for students to complete, requiring them to be in the classroom two days a week, and doing the rest of their work remotely and online the remainder of the week. The desire to add this new discipline is based on the demand for digital content from not just traditional media such as television and radio, but also from corporations that want to enhance their online profiles by using video, audio and other digital tools... Broadcasting school adds digital media curriculum (Sun, 1/17)

 

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