Industry visit- BJMC
Aap ki adalat
Students attended the famous show Aap ki Adalat with film star and politician Mr. Raj Babbar as the guest. Visiting an actual newsroom gave many insights to the students related to production, anchoring and behind the scenes working of a studio. They were not only the audience but also interacted with the production crew.
Digital natives explored the art of making a radio program at the analogue to digital golden age juncture of All India Radio! They interacted and had fun with radio jockeys, learnt about the software and technology used at AIR and visited the GOLD FM and Rainbow FM studios and general news rooms.
Amar Ujala, one of the leading Hindi dailies of India, hosts many curious DME Media School students each year as they learn about newspaper functioning, designing and printing processes and the editorial department from press visit to understand the nuances of the medium and the newspaper.
Country’s most read newspaper, Dainik Jagran, became a training ground for the future journalists with DME students’ press visit. The Deputy Editor of the press spoke to students about the newspaper, the medium, the identity of a journalist and acquainted them with functioning of the newspaper.
Students participated in the popular news debate show Halla Bol at AajTak, anchored by the acclaimed journalist Ms. Anjana Om Kashyap. Students witnessed the entire process of preparing the set, the process of a live telecast, what happens during the breaks and the nuances of a news debate between policymakers!
In addition to famous news debate shows DME students also visit India TV for attending special programs; Ae Watan Tere Liye, a program hosted to commemorate Indian Soldiers on the 70th Independence Day saw the students interacting with BSF and ITBP soldiers and the star cast iof the film Rustom.
Students understood the many hours of work and research to make an hour long news program, when they visited Republic Bharath and participated in the debate and discussion for the day. They not only observed the production crew and the anchors doing all the necessary preparations, but participated in the discussion.