Audio/Video Production 1 & 2

Audio/Video Production is the process of taking an idea and producing it into media that either entertains or informs. It is distributed through TV, radio, film or Internet. These four mediums each have hundreds of subcategories. The trick is knowing how to take an idea from pre-planning to a finished professional production that people want to engage, and choosing a method of distribution
to reach an audience.

COURSE OVERVIEW:
1ST YEAR (DOE COURSE: RADIO & TELEVISION I-5986)
  • Students gain a working knowledge of the basic techniques, skills, and professional courtesy used in audio/video careers
  • Students focus on creating concepts, scripts, production, and editing audio/video using professional industry techniques and equipment
COURSE OVERVIEW:
2ND YEAR (DOE COURSE: RADIO & TELEVISION II-5992)
  • Familiarize students with the fundamental principles of radio program production, recording, editing, interviewing, & microphone techniques
  • Students get practical experience, in-field production, video editing, and live studio production
  • Students assist in the daily operations of closed circuit TV channel 24 and an HD radio station
  • Prerequisite: Audio/Video Production 1
(DOE COURSE: RADIO & TELEVISION I-5986) CAREER FOCUS
  • Students will be prepared for entry-level employment in broadcast television, broadcast radio, or pursue film and audio/video production for the Internet and other media outlets

Earn up to 12 college credits
1st year costs = $80
2nd year costs = $80

Audio/Video Production 1 & 2

Audio/Video Production is the process of taking an idea and producing it into media that either entertains or informs. It is distributed through TV, radio, film or Internet. These four mediums each have hundreds of subcategories. The trick is knowing how to take an idea from pre-planning to a finished professional production that people want to engage, and choosing a method of distribution
to reach an audience.
COURSE OVERVIEW:
1ST YEAR (DOE COURSE: RADIO & TELEVISION I-5986)
  • Students gain a working knowledge of the basic techniques, skills, and professional courtesy used in audio/video careers
  • Students focus on creating concepts, scripts, production, and editing audio/video using professional industry techniques and equipment
COURSE OVERVIEW:
2ND YEAR (DOE COURSE: RADIO & TELEVISION II-5992)
  • Familiarize students with the fundamental principles of radio program production, recording, editing, interviewing, & microphone techniques
  • Students get practical experience, in-field production, video editing, and live studio production
  • Students assist in the daily operations of closed circuit TV channel 24 and an HD radio station
  • Prerequisite: Audio/Video Production 1
(DOE COURSE: RADIO & TELEVISION I-5986) CAREER FOCUS
  • Students will be prepared for entry-level employment in broadcast television, broadcast radio, or pursue film and audio/video production for the Internet and other media outlets

Earn up to 12 college credits
1st year costs = $80
2nd year costs = $80