Spring on the York College campus

Mass Communications

If you like learning by doing — getting on air, producing segments, writing news copy— you’ve found the right place.

Imagine if you could apply for a job after graduation and be able to tell a radio or television station, “Yes, I’ve used that before.” That’s the York College approach — we give you exposure to audio, radio and video production, news gathering and reporting, copywriting, announcing, and field and control room equipment. It provides a strong foundation for broadcasting related careers, or corporate or independent work.

You can use our state-of-the-art equipment, and what’s more, get guided instruction from professors who have real world experience.

A tour of WVYC radio station at York College
We have a radio station, television studio, editing suites and more available on campus.
Mass Communication students at York College get field experience gathering an interview on camera
You'll get out in the field as a Mass Communication major, practicing your reporting, producing, editing, and news gathering skills.

Your future in Mass communication

Our graduates have gone on to work for ABC Family Channel, the Baltimore Orioles and other professional sports teams, Clear Channel Broadcasting, MLB Network, the Rachael Ray Show and Temple University and other colleges. Our curriculum emphasizes learning practical skills of effective communication so you're a well-rounded graduate. Possible careers include:
  • Video Producer; News Reporter
  • Video Journalist; Audio Producer
  • Voice-Over Talent; Sports Anchor
  • Weather Personality, and more
Contact Us
Mass Communication
Lowell Briggs, Coordinator
Wolf Hall, Room 406
Phone: 717.815.1954
Hours Contact for appt.

Allison Altland
Administrative Assistant
Wolf Hall, Room 206