Digital Media

The digital media program enables students to learn about broadcasting theory and principles including the process of producing projects from scriptwriting through production, recent developments in broadcasting formats and applications on the Internet, issues related to professional practice in broadcasting and the integration of a Judeo-Christian ethical worldview as a professional. The digital media concentration allows students to choose from two tracks, radio and video.

Concentration Classes
90.9 The Light
Around Liberty in 90 Seconds
Option LU

National Broadcasting Society

The National Broadcasting Society (NBS) at Liberty University is a student-run organization for emerging digital media professionals who want to network and gain practical experience. We help our members enhance their industry skills and knowledge by providing access to local industry professionals through monthly discussion panels and workshops.  For information, contact JaQuayla Cameron

Member Benefits:

  • Membership directory that includes member contact information
  • Access to direct job posts through our list server, an exclusive email that directly links members to industry jobs (paid and unpaid) as well as other student productions

To submit a job or inquiry to Liberty's NBS list server, contact: listserver.liberty.nbs@gmail.com.

Vision:

NBS at Liberty University connects various majors and industry professionals to each other by providing networking career opportunities on a monthly basis. Many of our future jobs will come from the people we know. Therefore, any event or activity we do is for the sole purpose of networking and creating potential career opportunities. One of our annual events is the "Forty-Eight" Charity Film Competition. Like us on Facebook to find out what it's all about.

To keep up-to-date with NBS activities and events: