Radio - Television (RTV)
An introduction to the historical, technological, legal, economic, programming, and career aspects of both radio and television broadcasting and electronic media streaming over internet. An emphasis on current mass communication methods and how they affect receivers of the information.
A practical approach in learning the theory and techniques used in television studio production with emphasis on camera operation, lighting, audio mixing, producing and directing.
A practical approach to acquiring and applying fundamental professional skills to digital video camera work and non-linear editing through a variety of hands-on video production projects. This course provides an introduction to the tools, techniques, principles and concepts of producing, assembling, and mixing digital video and audio. Story development, creativity, planning, and organizational skills are featured as a part of the production process.
This course is designed to provide fundamental instruction and practice in writing for the electronic media, including radio/television news, commercials, program scripts, and industrial programming.
This course provides practical experience in advanced television production skills and techniques involving program production.
This course offers practical experience in advanced television field production skills and techniques involving the use of A/B roll editors and non-linear digital editing equipment.
This course develops broadcast announcing abilities through interpretation, ad-lib, on-camera performance, voice and diction, interview and talk programs, delivering commercials, sports announcing, role of the disk jockey and the technical side.
Students will gain industry experience by working at WEFS-TV or another television or radio station.
Students will gain experience working at a radio or TV facility.