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Public Radio Reporting

The public radio courses introduce students to the principles of public interest journalism and the craft of audio story telling. At the same time, they allow students to delve into contemporary social issues and create original reports for broadcast. Past courses have focused on development in Oakland and public education reform.

The introductory class teaches students the basics of journalism and radio reporting, while also providing a survey on Oakland's history and contemporary social issues.

The intermediate class allows continuing students to delve into issue in depth during the semester and create original documentary reports for broadcast.

Students can also be placed in reporting internships and produce advanced documentaries for broadcast through public radio reporting at Mills.

Social Science 111: Intro to Public Radio

Fall, 2014

Fall, 2013

Fall, 2012

Fall, 2011

Fall, 2010

Fall, 2009

Fall, 2008

Fall, 2007

Social Science 112: Intermediate Public Radio Reporting

Spring, 2014

Spring, 2013

Spring, 2012

Spring, 2011

Spring, 2011

Spring, 2010

Spring, 2009

Spring, 2008

Spring, 2007

Prior Public Radio courses

Public Radio

Intro Class Stories
Fall, 2014

Fall, 2013

Fall 2012

Fall 2011

Fall 2010

Fall 2009

Fall 2008

Fall 2007

Intermediate Class Stories
Spring 2014

Spring 2013

Spring 2012

Spring 2011

Spring 2010

Spring 2009

Spring 2008

Spring 2007

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Public Radio in the Mills Quarterly

News Releases
Mills College instructor Holly Kernan is Journalist of the Year

Mills students win American Women in Radio and TV awards

National Awards for Education Reporting News Release

Journalists of the Year Award News Release

Next Generation Project News Release

Last Updated: 1/9/15