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Broadcast and Video Production

Overview
Advance your creativity and digital design skills related to broadcast and video production to the next level in an environment that encourages life-long learning, teamwork, flexibility, and the ability to meet deadlines.
Prepare for a career in video as you develop a professional demo reel showcasing broadcast and video production techniques using state of the art equipment and software. Whether it's setting up the Tuttle Vision studio for a multi-cam shoot or preparing for a documentary in the field, training is designed to align with real-world experience as you prepare for success in this industry or continue your education.
Video students will use a variety of software tools including Adobe Production Studio Suite and Apple Final Cut Pro Studio. Students will work with high definition cameras, teleprompters, and professional video switchers in both the studio and field setting to produce commercials, short stories, and various other productions. Students will also have the opportunity to earn industry certifications.
Majors
Who Can Attend
High school juniors, High school seniors, Adults
Employment Opportunities
- Internet Based Businesses
- Entrepreneur
- Marketing Firms or Marketing Departments
- Television Broadcast Industries
- Website Design Firms
- Training and e-Learning Departments
- Publishing Companies
- Organizations with in-house support for
Video Production or Web Design
Occupational Characteristics
Careers in the broadcast and video industry require an artistic aptitude, flexibility, imagination, and creativity. Work environments can be high stress with strict deadlines so project management, adaptability, critical thinking, and problem solving are essential skills. A desire for lifelong learning is also important as broadcast and video professionals must keep up with advances in technology and technique to keep their skills current.
For Success in this Career You Should Have
- Ability to work in a team environment
- Ability to communicate in a professional manner
and establish rapport with clients and colleagues
- Ability to multi-task
- Strong organizational skills and an ability to manage
projects and tasks to meet deadlines
- Ability to quickly adapt and problem solve
- Ability to troubleshoot and configure equipment
Location(s) and Times
LOCATION:
Rockwell Campus, Information Technology Building
TIMES:
2 sessions:
8:00 am - 10:55 am and 12:30 pm - 3:25 pm
High school students and part-time adults enroll in either the AM or PM session. Full-time adult students enroll in both sessions.
 
 

Contact Info

Main Number
405.717.7799
7:30am - 8:30pm

Enrollment
405.717.4900

Attendance Numbers
Portland - 405.717.4304
Reno - 405.717.4646
Rockwell - 405.717.4206

Maps and Directions

 
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