Published: 31 May 2016

Communications students benefit from new media partners

Prague College links up with important media organizations as programme looks to expand this September

The Prague College Industry Network exists to strengthen ties between our students and the world of work. With the launch of our BA (Hons) in Communications and Media Studies earlier this year, we are delighted to announce two new partners, both of which play significant roles in the cultural life of Prague and the wider Czech Republic.

We are already working on co-operative projects with both institutions, which we hope to expand to match the growing numbers enrolling for the new programme.

 

National Film ArchiveThe Czech National Film Archive, founded in 1943, ranks among the ten oldest film archives in the world - and, thanks to its large collection of assorted film materials, one of the biggest as well. Its purpose is to collect, preserve, and make available audiovisual materials that document national film production, cinematographic tradition and culture. Its other main aim is to introduce the nation's cultural riches to the general public via digital technologies.

 

Czech RadioČeský rozhlas is the public radio service of the Czech Republic, broadcasting throughout the Czech Republic nationally and locally. Its national services include Radiožurnál, Dvojka, Vltava and Plus, as well as 13 regional stations. International audiences are catered for by the largely online service Radio Praha. Czech Radio celebrated 90 years of existence in 2013. The station has a well-developed programme for cooperation with educational institutions.

Prague College is delighted to welcome these important media partners. Please continue to watch our pages for further collaborations.