Knowledge and understanding: At the end of the course the student will have to know the fundamentals of the history of radio and television, especially in the Italian context.
Knowledge and capacity for applied understanding: the student will be able to recognize and analyze how the social and artistic-experimental uses of these two media in Western visual culture take place, develop and change; he/she/they will be able to understand how social and technological-material issues have underpinned the development of networks and radio and television equipment throughout their history; he will know how radio and television have radically changed, in the space of a single century, the culture and the space-time perception of the whole humanity, shaping new shared collective imaginaries.
Autonomy of judgment: the student will develop the ability to collect and interpret data useful for determining independent judgments in the context of audiovisual studies.
Communication skills: the student will be able to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to specialist and non-specialist interlocutors.
Ability to learn: the student will be able to develop learning skills necessary to autonomously complete further studies in the media and audiovisual fields.