BCST 148 HD TV Studio Production (5)
Lec-52.5, Lab-105, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
Aesthetic and technical elements of studio television production with emphasis on program development. Students collaborate to design, write and produce programming using contemporary broadcast studio standards and technology for cablecast on San Francisco's Educational Access Cable Channel 27, 75, and distribution on the internet.
Offered Spring semesters
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Define, explain and evaluate studio production processes and describe television program styles, content and target audiences.
- Outcome 2: Produce and manage program format and production timetables.
- Outcome 3: Formulate and analyze studio production budgets.
- Outcome 4: Manage operation of studio control room equipment such as a digital studio switcher, digital studio video effects, and digital 3-D Chryon.
- Outcome 5: Describe, analyze, and employ blue screen, chromakey, and digital effects. Explain and assess studio staff responsibilities and roles.
- Outcome 6: Identify and perform program and production management responsibilities and roles.
- Outcome 7: Explain and evaluate programming transmission methods, production technology trends and developments in studio production technology.
- Outcome 8: Employ successful interview techniques and talent coaching.
- Outcome 9: Design, prepare and analyze edited studio program elements.
- Outcome 10: Design and implement a television program set.
- Outcome 11: Design and implement lighting for studio television programs.
- Outcome 12: Describe and analyze professional and successful studio television programming.