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This course covers the basics of radio and television announcing and TV anchoring. Fundamentals of speech and diction are taught, as well as microphone and interviewing techniques, reading for the camera and using a teleprompter. Students practice reading news, weather and sports copy.

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Film and Television courses. Boston University Summer Term offers more than 700 courses in 70 subjects to meet your needs. Learn more.

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The ultimate online presenter training experience with four essential modules that cover all aspects of TV Presenting, Podcasting, YouTube/Vlogging, Radio Presenting and Basic Journalism. Modules includes video lessons, audio description, and written theory that you can study and master at your own pace and convenience. FIND OUT MORE Webinars

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This course is designed to enhance students’ understanding of the feature film and TV development process while exploring critical concepts and common business practices. Students will learn how to best analyze and create concepts for film and TV and the overall “language of film and TV” when discussing and creating concepts viable for

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Advanced Television is a year-long course consisting of one semester of scriptwriting and one semester of production. During the (spring) scriptwriting semester, students will investigate series television and create their own ideas for an ongoing series. These ideas will be developed into full-concept documents (series “bibles”).

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RTV: Radio/Television Courses Courses RTV 3210 Radio Production Col of Arts, Soc Sci and Human, Department of Communication 3 sh (may not be repeated for credit) Introduction to the tools and techniques of audio production with emphasis on …

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Television Production Course Outline This course is an introduction to the basic principles, procedures, and techniques of television production. The Television Elective course includes video control, special effects, operation of cameras and editing machines, composition, lighting, staging, and directing, on-camera announcing and interviewing.

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The major offers a concentration in either film or television, with courses designed uniquely for each concentration and with courses that bridge both tracks. It also offers flexibility for those students wishing to focus on film and/or television writing and production, and those wishing to concentrate on critical, historical, and theoretical

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One-on-One Training. Industry Experienced Instructors. Modern, Digital Studios. Discover the Academy Difference… For over 38 years, the Academy of Radio and Television Broadcasting has trained thousands of people just like you who are now working in the broadcasting industry. Located in Huntington Beach, CA, we provide you with the skills you need for an exciting …

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As a Film and Television student you will be introduced to the skills of media production, including screenwriting, cinematography, editing, broadcast operations, computer graphics and effects. You will learn about the history of film and mass media, and how the Internet, mobile media, and social networks have transformed that history.

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Core Television Courses. FTT 10101/11101 and 20101/21101 and 20102/21101: Basics of Film and Television Christine Becker. This class is designed to enhance your understanding and appreciation of film and television. It operates on the philosophy that the better we understand how film and television texts work, the more intelligently and

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Film, TV and Video Production. During this course your projects include making music videos, documentaries, advertisements and a short film. You will also have the opportunity to film the annual fashion show, Oakfest (music festival) and even the drama productions; all of these adding to your show reel that you may show to prospective employers.

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This course is the first of an 18-credit hour certification in “Film & Television Production.” The course will provide an introduction to the skills used in on-set film production, including all forms of narrative media which utilize film industry-standard organizational structure, professional equipment and on-set procedures.

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Immersion TV is your creative workout before venturing into the final stage of your TV Series development. You will examine the pilots for 14 of the most successful TV shows in the one-hour and half-hour format, and across a diverse range of genres. Practical, immersive tasks will ensure your learning is never theoretical and superficial, but

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Students must complete an additional 6 units from Television Writing or Feature Film Writing. Browse courses by selecting the links below. Courses in Entertainment Studies are not eligible. Beginning Television, Intermediate Television, or Advanced Television. Beginning Feature Film, Intermediate Feature Film, or Advanced Feature Film

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188A / Special Courses in Film, Television, and Digital Media Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Special topics in film, television, and digital media for undergraduate students taught on experimental or temporary basis. May be repeated for credit. P/NP or letter grading.

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What is a television production course?

Television Production Course Outline This course is an introduction to the basic principles, procedures, and techniques of television production. The Television Elective course includes video control, special effects, operation of cameras and editing machines, composition, lighting, staging, and directing, on-camera announcing and interviewing.

What is the television elective course?

This course is an introduction to the basic principles, procedures, and techniques of television production. The Television Elective course includes video control, special effects, operation of cameras and editing machines, composition, lighting, staging, and directing, on-camera announcing and interviewing.

What will i learn as a film and television student?

As a Film and Television student you will be introduced to the skills of media production, including screenwriting, cinematography, editing, broadcast operations, computer graphics and effects. You will learn about the history of film and mass media, and how the Internet, mobile media, and social networks have transformed that history.

What is the film and tv directing course?

This course provides a supportive and open workshop environment in which advanced level Film and TV students explore two of the film’s director’s most essential tasks–script analysis and directing actors.

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