647 Video Production and Communication I
1 semester, ½ credit
Open to freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors
This course is designed to teach the basics of digital video production in a journalistic based broadcast setting. Instruction is provided in a hands on environment to explore and learn the basics skills required for creating digital media. These include: operating equipment, script-writing, directing, producing, reporting and on-air performance. In addition students will work to improve interpersonal and self-directional skills.
By the completion of this course, students will be able to...
- identify all studio and ENG equipment and its proper use and care
- use basic camera shots to tell a video story
- construct a properly composed video shot
- explain the principals used to achieve good lighting
- perform on air as anchor and/or reporter in a professional manner
- collect and interpret research material in order to write a news story
- use basic editing skills to construct a video news story
- operate a variety of sound capturing devices
- perform all of the roles in the studio to produce a live broadcast
- participate in the researching, writing and production of an ENG report
By the completion of this course, students will know...
- identification and use of all studio and ENG equipment without assistance
- how to construct a quality video story
- explanation of a well composed shot
- how to set up three point lighting
- performance above grade level
- to write superior news story according to the rubric
- proper editing of a video without assistance
- identification and utilization of all sound equipment
- consistentcy in improving performance in studio roles
- how to produce and ENG report that meets the highest standards
This curriculum last updated on January 4, 2019 by the Fine Arts Department.