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COM*241 - TV Production

Staff, Instructor, 906-5037, Office 1031

Prerequisite
COM 242 Advanced Broadcast/TV Production.

Catalog Course Description:
This course is a continuation of COM* 242 "Advanced Broadcast/TV Production," emphasizing ENG/EFP video production techniques and digital non-linear audio/video editing. Students will shoot and digitize footage, trim sequences, edit audio, add sound and visual effects, create titles and graphics, use stock motion backgrounds, and export finished projects to tape, the web, and CD/DVD disc formats. Students will work in small groups to create several short-form video productions such as commercials, vignettes, and self-directed semester projects of their own choosing.

Learning Objectives

  • Planning, preparing, and executing high-quality video production projects
  • Advanced skills in broadcast television production techniques and equipment operation
  • Using complex computer-based systems for audio/video acquisition, manipulation, editing, and distribution
  • To develop creative writing and organizational skills.

 

To demonstrate an understanding of:

Students will:

As measured by:

Planning, preparing, and executing high-quality video production projects

  1. Read all assigned material from textbooks, handouts, online course homepages, or Library resources
  2. Create, from concept to completion, a comprehensive video project representative of the semesterís activities
Written in-class or online quizzes, tests, and examinations; written reports, production notes, and scripts

Advanced skills in broadcast television production techniques and equipment operation

  1. Read all assigned material from textbooks, handouts, online course homepages, or Library resources
  2. Participate in classroom discussions
  3. Participate in hands-on workshops using
Written reflective essay; class participation; attendance

 

Using complex computer-based systems for audio/video acquisition, manipulation, editing, and distribution

  1. Operate digital audio and video production and editing equipment
  2. In small groups, complete skill-building and team-building "mini projects"
  3. Create, from concept to completion, a comprehensive video project
Homework assignments; submission of small group video projects; successful completion of a comprehensive semester video project

 

TV Studio @CapitalAbout the College TV Studio

  • The Television Studio and Control Room are located on the 10th floor within the Academic Media Technology suite.  Since the studio is also used for professional production by the College, only those students who are registered for Communication classes and who participate in the CSN Student News Club have access to these facilities -- under staff supervision -- for their work during the semester.

  • Absolutely no food or beverages are allowed in the studio. This helps keep the studio clean, and also prevents any possible spills into delicate and expensive equipment.

  • Please clean up all equipment that you have used, leaving it as neat as, or neater than, you found it. Not taking care of the studio will adversely affect your grade.

 

Updated 07/18/2012