Degree Type: Associate of Applied Science Degree, AAS, Certificate, CER
Pathway: Business, Design, & Hospitality
More Options: Classroom Based
Program Length: 4 Semesters
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Traffic and Weather Reporter | Class of 1996
Explores writing techniques for television and radio emphasizing professional techniques, format, and style.
Focuses on basic audio production techniques to be used in audio and video production. Includes the use of basic audio equipment and mixer to produce audio tracks for audio or video production.
Introduces additional principles and techniques of television production in theory and the approach of studio and production in news, weather, and sports. Emphasizes direction and production development to include single and multi-camera production. Examines use of effects and chroming. Includes laws and ethics governing the television broadcast industry and Institutional Television.
Includes the fundamentals of audio mixing from the audio source to final master. By explaining the principles of mixing and the technical foundations of audio recording. Analyzing the principles of acquiring, manipulating, recording, and final mixing of audio and discussing the differences between digital and analog recording. Each student will summarize the function of microphones, audio sources, recording devices, and speakers and complete recording exercises and projects according to provided guidelines. Demonstration of linear and non-linear master mixing will also be required.
Includes Foundations of broadcast news and sports reporting, anchoring and play by play announcing, public and media relations. Students create news and sports broadcast reports, featurettes, and broadcasts.view in catalog
Upon completion of the Broadcasting and Electronic Media program, you should be able to: