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TV Production: Broadcasting

The TV Production: Broadcasting program is available to all students interested in the video production industries. Each course builds on the one before it and must be taken in order. As students progress through the program, they will gain experience with digital equipment and production software, with the opportunity to earn their professional certificate in Adobe Premiere.

TV Pro Course Progression

TV Production: Broadcasting Courses

TV Production 1 (8772100)

This class will serve as an introduction to basic tv production and film elements with an emphasis on studio production in the news industry. Students will learn the basics of script writing, lighting, camera operation, film production planning, audio engineering and execution of the planned film. Students will focus on using Abode PremierePro and Adobe Audition.

TV Production 2 (8772120)

This class will expand upon the knowledge that was acquired in TV Production 1. This class will be an intensive studio production experience with elements of film projects included to increase students' editing knowledge. Students will gain additional experience working with studio equipment and learn advanced techniques to spice up the newscast. Towards the end of the year, students will begin to focus on live news broadcasting productions.

Teacher recommendation is required.

TV Production 3 (8772130)

This class will expand upon the knowledge that was acquired in TV Production 2. The primary focus will be on the production of the Knightly News daily broadcast. Students will receive experience in having to meet deadlines of the news show and apply more advanced techniques of camera shooting, script writing, non-linear editing and using Adobe AfterEffects. Students must also create content and graphics for the broadcast.

Teacher recommendation is required.

TV Production 4 (8772140)

This class will also focus primarily on the production of the news show - WKNS NEWS. Students will compile a video résumé consisting of their best work. Using all studio elements, students will produce pieces that will serve as examples of their skills and abilities. The students must master and be able to teach the basic production skills to lower level students. Students in this course will serve as leaders and mentors to the up and coming broadcasting students.

Teacher recommendation is required.

Broadcasting Track Syllabus

Instructors

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