TV Studio Production and Broadcast Journalism

  • Video Production and Broadcast Journalism (05990952)


    0.5 Credit; Unweighted

    Length: Semester; Format: Meets Daily
    Grade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12
    Prerequisites: None

    This course welcomes all students in grades 9-12 who have an interest in film, screenplay writing, acting for the camera, and broadcast journalism. This course will utilize the TV Studio here at RHS to its full extent. Students will produce numerous works on film, and spend time exploring each role of the process - Actor, technician, writer, director, and designer. Students will be expected to create original films, out (on location), and then editing/mastering the film in studio. In cooperation with the theater classes and RAD-TV, the class will then begin to produce segments of film within the realm of journalism and documentary.

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  • Video Production and Broadcast Journalism II (05990954)


    1.0 Credit; Unweighted

    Length: Year; Format: Meets Daily
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    0.5 Credit; Unweighted (05990956)
    Length: Semester; Format: Meets Daily
    Grades: 10-12
    Prerequisites: Video Production & Broadcast Journalism
    Repeat the Course: Yes

    Video Production and Broadcast Journalism II students are responsible for the morning show that airs daily. These students use skills learned in Video Production and Broadcast Journalism I to produce segments for the morning show. In addition, students in Video Production and Broadcast Journalism II learn broadcasting methods using the same video, audio, and broadcasting equipment used in the television field. Broadcasting the show involves the student to play roles such as audio technician, on-air talent, camera operator, floor managers, teleprompter controllers, technical directors, and directors. Students will work on advanced, long term projects such as, but not limited to, college entry videos, large scale montages, academic department promotional videos, community field reports, and after school major recordings such as plays, concerts, athletic events, and fundraisers. Time will be required after school. This course can be taken multiple times for credit.

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