AV Production - TV Broadcasting
Offered at TECC-East
AUDIO VIDEO PRODUCTION I, 1 Credit; AUDIO VIDEO PRODUCTION I LAB, 1 Credit
Recommended Prerequisite: Principles of Arts, A/V Tech and Com, Journalism, Theater, Photography, Writing, Art, Graphics or Animation Class
This course will explore the Audio and Video production industry and its post-secondary educational and career opportunities. Students will gain job-specific training for entry level employment in audio, video, television, and motion picture careers. Professional grade equipment and software will be used in the creation of student lead productions. Students will be involved in every aspect of several class and small group audio, video, and film style production projects with emphasis on TV studio broadcasting and news production projects. TECC-E AV students will also be encouraged to participate as studio crew for district productions outside of school hours. Materials and supplies fees may be required.
AUDIO VIDEO PRODUCTION II, 1 credit; AUDIO VIDEO PRODUCTION II LAB, 1 credit
Grade: 10-12 or age 16+
Prerequisite: Audio Video Production I & Audio Video Production I Lab
This course is the second term of a three-term program. Students will work on several audio and/or video productions created for television, cable television, education, radio, entertainment, business and/or industry. Students may concentrate on specific areas of interest such as videography, video editing, film editing, audio recording, audio mixing, sound reinforcement, sound design, dialog editing, lighting, directing, producing, still or animated computer graphics, special effects, voice talent, on-camera talent, production management and camera operation. Students will create a portfolio of work. Additional time beyond regular school hours is required for productions.
Materials and supplies fees may be required.
PRACTICUM IN AUDIO VIDEO PRODUCTION, 2 credits
Prerequisite: Audio Video Production II & Audio Video Production II Lab
Students in this class will develop advanced knowledge and skills in their chosen field of study related to audio and video production. Students will develop their portfolio of work that will assist them in gaining entry level employment, earning admittance into college film/video, television/radio broadcasting, and audio production programs, as well as securing post-secondary scholarships. Additional time beyond regular school hours is required for productions. Material and supply fees may be required. This course may be repeated once for credit (§130.112). Offered at both Career Centers