Radio and TV-Broadcasting

Program Level: Degrees, Pre-Majors/Transfer
Department: Communication Design, CIS, Music Business, and RTB
Institute: Creative & Communication Arts
College: SAC

What is the Radio-Television Broadcasting program?

The Radio and Television Broadcasting program consists of hands on courses in the fundamentals of in studio and off-site Television Production, Radio Station Operation, Digital Audio Production, Writing for Radio, Television and Cinema Style Production. 

What will I learn?

Students in this program learn:

  • Camera Operation fundamentals used in the television and film industry.
  • Digital Audio Production techniques for field & studio recording.
  • Writing, Announcing, and Producing for television and radio.
  • Real On-Air radio experience. 


What can I do with this course of study?

Graduates of the SAC RTVB program are employed by broadcast radio and television stations, film crews, lighting and staging companies, advertising agencies, media production houses, recording studios, concert venues, theme parks, churches, and organizations that use multi media approaches to deliver content to a private or public audience.

What's special about our program?

San Antonio College's Radio and Television Broadcasting is an exemplary program that is 2-3 times more affordable than other programs offering similar curriculum. The facility is equipped with two fully functional TV studios, a multi track recording studio and a community radio station operation offering real hands on experience. Our well connected Faculty provide excellent networking and internship opportunities.

2-3 times more affordable than other programs offering similar curriculum

To arrange for a tour of the LRTF Building and Facilities, contact Ruben Rodriguez at or 210-486-1359.  

To reserve the auditorium, LRTF 101, please contact Judy Kabo at 210-486-1361 or download form and submit to for availability.

Reserve LRTF room 101

Texas Public Radio Scholarship 

Contact Us

Markene Bennett
Program Coordinator

LRTF 108