About The Instructor
This class includes a one-hour lab from 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Session, Dates: 1 (08/27/2012 - 12/15/2012)
Time: 01:45 - 05:35 pm
Location: Moon Campus
Room: Patrick Henry 102
Seats Available: 5 Seats
Video Field Production advances the groundwork in theory and hands on application to single camera, non studio television production. The course consists of lectures and lab work. A portion of the lab work will be done on location. Emphasis is on integrating and expanding the foundation of COMM 2410 to planning and executing television programs within an Electronic Field Production (EFP) context. The course develops and advances students' techniques in proposal writing, pre production, production and post production problem solving. Labs provide students with a working knowledge of broadcast equipment, facilities and industry standards. Video Field Production will cover what you need to know to create effective television programming. This programming could be a documentary, a fiction piece, experimental video, public service announcement or a sponsored video. The productions produced for this class must be produced with the idea that these productions could eventually air on broadcast television.
Helena Vanhala, Ph.D.
Department Head, Media Arts
Associate Professor of Media Arts
Wheatley Center 313