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Fall 2014 Catalog 
Fall 2014 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

TE 222 - Television Production

Credit Hours: 4

Course provides a survey of the equipment and techniques required to produce audio and video presentations for distribution by various media channels. Topics include basic set design and construction techniques, lighting for video, camera techniques, visual composition, audio techniques and introduction to sound design, studio control, script formats, production planning and execution, and introduction to editing. Extensive hands-on experience is incorporated in the laboratory environment.

Course Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • demonstrate technical proficiency in creating video content for distribution through various telecommunications channels;
  • set up document, robotic, and studio color camera(s) for video production and/or teleconferencing;
  • edit a short program on a linear and non-linear video editing system;
  • read and execute floor plans for staging, scenery, props, and lighting;
  • setup and operate audio equipment for TV productions including microphones, CD, digital audio software, computer resources, and analog mixer;
  • setup and operate video equipment for TV productions, including switcher, character and graphics generators, cameras, and video tapes recorders;
  • setup and use editing equipment and software to edit a finished project; and
  • integrate umbrella competencies and technical competencies in the workplace.

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