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TV Broadcast Journalism

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TV Broadcast Journalism IA/IB

TV Broadcast Journalism IA/IB

UC/CSU 11, 12

Length of Course: Year Advanced Video Production students will learn the basics of the video camera and video editing software while applying the fundamentals of design, composition and thematic organization for the purpose of developing the Video Yearbook and CAPOmedia Online content. Students will learn the specialized vocabulary of the film industry and use it to express themselves clearly and concisely in their critiques of TV, film, and their own work. There is a free summer camp that is part of the requirements for the advanced Video Production class.

Students will study the effects of light, color and scene composition. A video project is the product of creativity, writing, rewriting, collaboration, the use of light, the use of space, camera shots and angles, color, audio and the completion of color and editing. Students will parse the video projects into its creative parts and learn how the video is created and produced. Students will study the impact of film and television on society from a social, economical and political viewpoint. Students will study the impact of ethics of video and film and the emotional side of experiencing media. Students will study how media is perceived as reality and its portrayal of social groups. Students will be required to complete written assignments and attend local film festivals. Students will be required to participate in two film festivals.

*Teacher Approval – Application

TV Broadcast Journalism Faculty
Craig Landino Film & Photo Teacher