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Endicott’s Digital Media Program places an emphasis on developing the skills required to achieve effective storytelling by using journalism, television, and film. You’ll learn methods and tools to effectively develop, create, and portray unique stories.

When you select digital media as your major, you have the choice of two areas of concentration—digital filmmaking and digital journalism. Both explore the connection between the functional methods of journalism, such as writing and interviewing, and the applied production skills of filmmaking. Each concentration provides an opportunity for you to learn how to tell a compelling story through digital platforms while learning to develop your own distinct voice.

With the digital journalism concentration, you’ll foster the values of traditional journalism and apply them to the changing and growing space of film, multimedia, news stories, podcasts, blogs, and streaming media.

In the TV/film production concentration, you’ll get hands-on learning experiences both in front of and behind thtute lens while learning how to aesthetically create and tell a story.  

Being a student in the digital media program means you receive access to the Digital Media Center, Endicott’s dynamic media technology center which includes a TV studio, computers, and control room, as well as the EC Radio space. You may want to explore involvement in the student chapter of Society of Professional Journalists, or write for The Observer, the student newspaper.

TV/Film Production Concentration

Digital Journalism Concentration
Interested in digital journalism, filmmaking, and multimedia? Take a look at the Digital Media major at Endicott College!

2018 Outcome Numbers

85% employed full-time
12% are enrolled in graduate programs
6% employed part-time

Student Work

A special and essential component to the digital media academic experience is the portfolio of work that is conceived, designed, and developed by our students, under the guidance of faculty. Take a look at a few finished products that digital media students can present proudly to their future employers.

Advanced Digital Film Project
The Riverside Graveyard
Jenna Brown '21
TV Studio I Project
Oodles of Poodles
Intro to Journalism Project
From Club to Varsity
Nick Weinstein '17, Anthony Rinaldi '19
Third Coast Audio Short Doc
Cloudy The Pigeon
Eric Mangrum '17
Broadcast Intensive Weekend
Lynn Public Access Television

Internships & Careers

  • 4-Year Internship Program

    An Endicott education means you'll graduate with a degree & a resume.

    Whether you pursue graduate school right away, or embark on your career after graduation, we believe that your time at Endicott will prepare you for the next step. Take a look at what our graduates have been up to lately.

    Past Internship Sites:

    Bravo/Oxygen Emerging Media, NBC Universal
    Gatehouse Media
    Harvard Athletic Communications
    NBC Sports
    NBC Universal
    Viewpoint Creative
    WFXT-TV/FOX 25 News

  • Career Opportunities
    As the No. 1 College in Massachusetts for employment, Endicott has a proven track record of graduating students who have the necessary tools to excel in the workforce. For Endicott students who graduated in 2018, 76% were employed full-time within 12 months, 90% found a job related to their major, and 99% were either employed, volunteering, participating in the armed forces, or continuing education.

    Graduate Employment Sites:

    CBS Interactive
    FOX CT
    Fusion Media Group
    Hearst Television
    Insight Global
    Mainely Media
    NBC Burlington Vermont
    WCSH News Center Maine

  • Events

    Enhancing students’ professional development is something we take very seriously at Endicott. With events like professional skill-building seminars, our annual Internship & Career Fair, and industry nights and career panels, you’ll experience networking opportunities with top employers and experts throughout the year.

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  • Resources
    The Internship and Career Center at Endicott is a valuable resource available to all students. Thanks to personalized support services from expert staff members, students receive the best advice for academic experiences, internship opportunities, and career choices.
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