Dr. David L. Barner  (Dr. B)
Westminster College
  (PA)
                                      
"Broadcasting and teaching those who love broadcasting is my passion" 

 (1981- Present)
  Chair of the Department of Communication Studies, Theatre, and Art
  Professor Of Broadcast Communications   

             
Campus Phone: 724-946-7239
Office: Thompson Clarke Room 306
Campus Mail: Box 162 Westmister Colllege, New Wilmington, PA 16172


Education
Broadcasting Experience
How I Teach
Classes I Teach
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B.S. and M.S. Shippensburg University (PA)
      Ed.D. University of Pittsburgh


Doctoral dissertation:
What Broadcasting Graduates Say about Their Broadcast Education:
    A Guide for the Revision of Broadcast Education Programs


Broadcasting Experience

I have worked in commercial and educational broadcasting for over 40 years. as a disc jockey, news anchor, football/basketball play by play announcer, account executive, program director, sales manager and general manager.*   I am the radio play by play voice of the Westminster Titans and regularly practice my profession by being an active member of the WWNW staff as DJ , news reporter, and audio producer.

*WSHP, Shippensburg; WCBG and  WCHA, Chambersburg; WIOO and WHYL, Carlisle;WCSD, Warminster, WHPA, Hollidaysburg-Altoona; WTGC, Lewisburg;WBZY and WKST, New Castle; WWIZ and WLLF, Mercer, WWNW, New Wilmington ( all  PA);  WOKW, Brockton, MA., and WWGY ( former WICT) Youngstown,OH..

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Teaching Philosophy

Broadcast education must include considerable hands-on lab experiences at campus or commercial broadcast facilities. Classroom work must be practical and adaptable to a career in broadcasting. While in college, students should be involved in a variety of broadcasting experiences both on-air and behind the scenes. Graduates of a broadcasting program must have strong communication skills and fundamental technical skills. Classes in the major need to be supplemented with a variety of courses from other disciplines. A broadcaster must have a well rounded education.

My tips for success in broadcasting


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Classes I Teach

Audio Production   Audio Syllabus Fall 2009                                             
Sports Broadcasting
Commercial Production  Commercial Production Syllabus Spring 10
Radio/TV Announcing
Broadcast Sales and Sales Communication  Sales Syllabus Fall 09
Radio Station Operations
Radio/TV Remote Production
Basic Speech Basic Speech 09

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