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COM 322 - Introduction to Studio Production


Description:
A combined lecture and skills development course that introduces students to the production elements of a television show with emphasis on the function and operation of studio lighting, audio, and cameras.

Prerequisites:
Prerequisites: film or braodcast journalism major status. Co-requisite: COM 322LAB.

Credits: (4)

Learner Outcomes, Activities and Assessments

Learner Outcome

Activity (optional)

Assessment

Describe the personnel functions in studio production.

 

Quizzes.

 

Show comprehension of roles and responsibilities of various studio production crew members.

 

Describe equipment functions and safety features of a studio.

 

Quizzes.

 

Show comprehension of how lighting, audio, and editing equipment function and how safety procedures are applied.

 

Construct a pre-production plan for a studio program.

 

Exercises and assignments of increasing complexity.

 

Present complete and effective elements such as marked scripts, segment timing, and floor plans and show ability to follow proper workflow.

 

Direct a studio production.

 

Exercises and assignments of increasing complexity.

Self-evaluations and in-class critiques.

Perform directing functions which result in an effective program, and show thoughtful analysis of the performance.

 

Perform as a crew member in all other areas of studio production.

 

Exercises and assignments of increasing complexity.

Self-evaluations and in-class critiques.

 

Show ability to effectively build sets, use lighting and grip equipment, operate cameras and audio, perform live switching, graphics, and recording, and operate a teleprompter.

 





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