Television/Video Communications B - Broadcast Journalism Certificate
Emphasis on preparing students for work in television news programming, documentaries, or public service productions . Students will gain practical experience producing and staffing a weekly news show aired on local cable television.
- Students will demonstrate basic knowledge and operational skills associated with various technologies and equipment utilized in the production and post production of professional video programs.
- Students will acquire sufficient knowledge and understanding of the various aspects and crew positions associated with producing professional television programs, so as to be able to effectively assess the technical and personnel requirements for a production, coordinate the necessary resources and successfully execute the plan as either an individual or a member of a production team.
- Students will demonstrate critical thinking by reviewing and critiquing past and current movies and TV shows to assess their strengths and weakness from the point of view of the media consumer.
Core Courses (12 units) |
|TELV 100||Introduction to electronic Media: TV, Radio, Film, and the Internet||3|
|TELV 112||Introduction to Video Editing and Postproduction||3|
|TELV 115A||Single-Camera Production and Editing||3|
Required Courses (12 units) |
|TELV 230A||Broadccast News Production||3|
|TELV 230B||Broadcast News Production||3|
|TELV 130||Principles of Broadcast News||3|
|CMSD 121||Introduction to Reporting and Newswriting||3|