5611779: FU_Campus Radio: Future Work Skills

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Semester:WS 23/24
Semester Hours per Week / Contact Hours:30.0 L / 22.5 h
Self-directed study time:67.5 h

Module coordination/Lecturers


Bachelor's degree programme in Business Administration (01.09.2012)
Cross faculty elective subjects (01.09.2014)
Master's degree programme in Finance (01.09.2015)
Master's degree programme in Information Systems (01.09.2019)
Bachelor's degree programme in Architecture (01.09.2019)
Master's degree programme in Architecture (01.09.2019)
Master's degree programme in Entrepreneurship and Management (01.09.2020)
Master's degree programme in Finance (01.09.2020)
Bachelor's degree programme in Business Administration (01.09.2021)


In the past, a website for a radio station was an exciting concept, allowing presenters to create online content through portals and social media platforms like Facebook.
However, the radio landscape has changed in recent years. Today, radio hosts use platforms like Instagram and TikTok to create engaging content, and graphics and videos have become increasingly important.
This shift in focus would have been unimaginable 15 years ago.
At Campus Radio we analyze modern radio methods and also reflect on the future of radio in an age dominated by Spotify, podcasting and YouTube.

Lecture Goals

The students produce for a radio show and a podcast in the new campus radio for Liechtenstein and the world. During the campus talks with top-class guests, the students work actively in the editorial department and learn how to produce reports live. A new program is professionally planned and implemented. The content of the live reports always has a strong connection to Liechtenstein, the University of Liechtenstein and the partners of the university.

Learning Outcomes

From research to implementation, journalistic radio and multimedia content is created and presented live. The students learn how to produce competent interviews and radio reports. In addition, the program is currently presented online and on the podcast platforms.
The students can competently master a live broadcast. With the live reports, the new campus radio of the University of Liechtenstein is expanded and the students learn to plan their own formats and programs and to implement them live professionally.


Lectures Method

Social media, writing, presenting, passion for technology

Admission Requirements



Müller, S. (2011), Making radio, Constance (UKV Verlag) Kalbfeld, B. (2001),
Associated Press Broadcast News Handbook. A Manual of Techniques & Practices, New York (MacGraw-Hill)
Riegler, T. (2008), Milestones in Broadcasting. Data and facts on the development of radio and television, Baden-Baden (publishing house for technology and crafts)
Radio School Switzerland: booklet for basic training in radio journalism, applied moderation
Link: https://www.klippklang.ch/de/Verlag/39


Laptop, smartphone, headphones (microphone available at the University of Liechtenstein)

Exam Modalities

see assment.



Partial service A: project work/ campus radio moderation and contribution
Partial service B: moderation and editing in the LIVE program

Compulsory attendance: 80%, but mandatory


06.09.202310:00 - 17:00S1
07.09.202310:00 - 17:00S1
13.09.202317:30 - 19:30S1
20.09.202317:30 - 19:30S1
11.10.202317:30 - 19:30S1
25.10.202317:30 - 19:30S2
08.11.202317:30 - 19:30S1
22.11.202317:30 - 19:30S1
06.12.202317:30 - 19:30S1
13.12.202317:30 - 19:30S2
19.01.202417:30 - 19:30S1