Brenda Jaskulske, Principal Lecturer & Advisor | Department of Media Arts

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Brenda Jaskulske, Principal Lecturer & Advisor

Audio Production, Radio, Podcasting, Audio Documentary
Brenda Jaskulske
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Starting as an on-air personality at age 16, Brenda Jaskulske (jass-KUHL-skee) became Program Director and Operations manager of a top rated radio station by age 22. After graduating with a degree in Mass Communications from Midwestern State University, she worked as a television producer, videographer, and editor. Graduating with a Master of Arts Degree in Radio, Television, and Film from the University of North Texas, Jaskulske taught broadcasting courses and eventually became Program Director at Texas Woman's University's Program in Mass Communications. While at TWU, she was named "Favorite Teacher" by the Senior Class and "Outstanding Advisor/Mentor" by the College of Professional Education. She later joined the faculty at the University of Texas at Arlington, where she taught radio and television broadcasting, public relations, advertising, and communication courses. She was also an advisor to UTA Radio. Jaskulske is a past president of the Texas Association of Broadcast Educators. She has produced corporate videos and learning modules and award-winning broadcast commercials. Her voice-overs have been nationally distributed by nationally-known clients.

Jaskulske teaches "Introduction to Radio, Television and Film Production" and "Advanced Audio Procedures."

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