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The Radio and Television Broadcasting Program

Radio and Television Broadcasting is a three-and-a half-year production course offered at Lynn Vocational Technical Institute. In today’s world, most people can’t get through a day without coming in contact with some form of media: television, film, radio, internet, publication magazines, newspapers, cell phone headlines, etc. Students are introduced to a wide variety of production processes in both the shop and related environment. There is an emphasis placed on understanding the role that software and hardware play in the structuring of visual, auditory and motion elements to communicate through television, radio and media. Through basic studio multi-camera exercises and handheld field production assignments, students become familiar with the tools of the medium and the processes involved in media production. To familiarize students with the complex and multilevel activities involved in television production individual and team projects are assigned to help students learn the functions, potentials and limitations of the video equipment and the facilities.

The ninth grade exploratory program is designed to introduce students to the many career opportunities available to a radio and television broadcasting professional. They will be exposed to the basic equipment and procedures of the broadcasting shop. Safety practices will be stressed.

Students will be provided with instruction and experiences that will enable them to apply and demonstrate the acquisition of competencies in the following areas:

♦ Pre-production, production and post-production practices
♦ Identification and defining the fundamentals of broadcasting and video technologies and broadcast journalism
♦ Brainstorming an idea, producing a project to fruition, editing and exporting to DVD
♦ Experience with all formats including the new media for internet technology
♦ Producing a digital video
♦ Proficiency in all post-production software packages: Final Cut Pro Suite, Adobe Master Collection, Studio Maker and Microsoft Office
♦ OSHA 10-hour Certification
♦ First Aid Certification
♦ CPR Certification

Career opportunities upon completion of this technical program include, but are not limited to:

♦ Public Relations
♦ Media Advertising
♦ Journalism and Photojournalism
♦ Cellular sales
♦ Radio announcing
♦ Programming
♦ Cable technician
♦ Wedding videography
♦ Audio engineering
♦ Cable access production

Radio and Television Broadcasting Program Courses

LYTV09 RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING 9 2.5 CREDITS GRADE 9
LYTV10 RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING 10 10 CREDITS GRADE 10
LYTV11 RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING 11 15 CREDITS GRADE 11
LYTV12 RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING 12 15 CREDITS GRADE 12

Radio | TV Broadcasting Teachers

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Radio and Television Broadcasting
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  Nathaniel Heard  
  Noube Rateau  
 
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