Nearly 100 media production students from five area high schools were given hands-on instruction on the various Media Studies programs offered at Atlantic Cape Community College during Media Day on October 28 at the Mays Landing Campus.

Students from Absegami, Oakcrest, Cedar Creek, Lower Cape May and the Atlantic County Institute of Technology (ACIT) high schools, attended two, 50-minute media workshops on topics from digital media, drones and creative writing to radio production, social media, news writing and a Steadicam demo.

“The Media Studies program encompasses the fundamentals of the digital video and audio pre-production, production and post-production processes,” CIS Associate Professor Dr. Bojan Zilovic said. “In addition, the coursework offered within the Media Studies program also ensures that the graduates understand the various technologies and procedures surrounding the television and film industry.” Read more from Atlantic Cape Community College.