Mrs. Antoine

Digital Radio and Television at Capital Area Career Center

Radio/TV students operate WQNA 88.3 FM Radio, record music and audio, produce TV programs for Cable Channel 4, manage websites and make short-form movies. RTV students practice in the Center's digital audio and video studios. computer workstations and use their resources to develop their skills in industry standards.

See student work at

If you prefer Youtube:

Also check out for more information about our student DJs on WQNA 88.3 FM


Week 4

Discussion/Demonstration: Parts of a DJ Program/Scripting for Radio

Lab: Create a script for a 30-minute DJ Program

Week 5

Discussion: Underwriting Guidelines for Radio Broadcasting

Lab: Script an Underwriting Spot according to the guildelines

Week 6

Discussion/Demonstration: Best Practices in audio recording and editing

Lab: Create a radio script incorporating elements of a DJ show including an Underwriting Spot

Week 7 and 8

Discussion/Demonstration: Review FCC Rules/ Audio Scripting/Audio Production/Newswriting for Radio/Sportswriting for Radio

Lab: Produce a 15-minute newscast/ Produce a 15-minute sportscast


Capital Area Career Center

2201 Toronto Road
Springfield, IL 62712
Tel: 217.529.5431
Fax: 217.529.7861

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