• Advanced Television Broadcasting I (Fall Only): 

    This is a project-based course designed to prepare students for more advanced video production utilizing studio and field production techniques.  Students work individually, as well as in teams, to gain experience in all phases of studio and field production including multi-camera production, video editing, graphics, lighting and audio. Students will work toward becoming certified in Adobe Premiere Pro, a state approved industry based certification. The course is designed around real-world situations. Students will develop the ability to produce professional projects for real world clients. The course is intended to allow students to think creatively while meeting client expectations. Students must complete 25 hours of teacher-approved work in addition to the instruction time. Students taking this course are expected to work athletic, arts and community events after school, which does go toward reaching the 25-hour requirement. There is a heavy influence of sports journalism when taking this course in the fall semester. This course is a Satellite Center course taught at the Lafon Performing Arts Center.

    PREREQUISITE: TV Production I or Satellite Center instructor recommendation.
    Grade Level: 11-12     Credits: 2     Fee: (None)

    PATHWAYS: Arts, A/V Technology & Communication - Information Technology - Hospitality & Tourism

     

    Advanced Television Broadcasting I (Spring Only): 

    This is a project-based course designed to prepare students for more advanced video production utilizing studio and field production techniques.  Students work individually, as well as in teams, to gain experience in all phases of studio and field production including multi-camera production, video editing, graphics, lighting and audio. Students will work toward becoming certified in Adobe Premiere Pro, a state approved industry based certification. The course is designed around real-world situations. Students will develop the ability to produce professional projects for real world clients. The course is intended to allow students to think creatively while meeting client expectations. Students must complete 25 hours of teacher-approved work in addition to the instruction time. Students taking this course are expected to work athletic, arts and community events after school, which does go toward reaching the 25-hour requirement. There is a heavy influence of creativity when taking this course in the spring semester. This course is a Satellite Center course taught at the Lafon Performing Arts Center.

    PREREQUISITE: TV Production I or Satellite Center instructor recommendation.
    Grade Level: 11-12     Credits: 2     Fee: (None)

    PATHWAYS: Arts, A/V Technology & Communication - Information Technology - Hospitality & Tourism

     

    Advanced Television Broadcasting II: 

    Advanced Television Broadcasting II is a continuation of Advanced TV Broadcasting I which expands student’s technical skills. Students work individually, as well as in teams, to gain experience related to short film production, documentaries, news/sports journalism, music videos, PSAs and commercials. Students will have the opportunity to become certified in Adobe Premiere Pro, a state approved industry based certification. They will also have the opportunity to become an Adobe Certified Professional in Video Design. Students must complete 25 hours of teacher approved work in addition to their instructional time. Students taking this course are expected to work athletic, arts and community events after school, which does go toward reaching the 25-hour requirement. In addition, students are provided the opportunity to earn Dual Enrollment at Southeastern University (COMM 257 - 3 college credits). This course is a Satellite Center course taught at the Lafon Performing Arts Center. 

    PREREQUISITE: Advanced TV Broadcasting I  
    Grade Level: 11-12     Credits: 2     Fee: (None)

    PATHWAYS: Arts, A/V Technology & Communication - Hospitality & Tourism - Information Technology