Multi-Camera Video Production Production Specialization
Students must complete three courses from this list (9 credit hours):
P: MSCH-J 343 or JOUR-J 343 with a grade of C- or higher. Continuing workshop in reporting, writing and editing for broadcast. Individual and team functions are stressed. Emphasis on news judgment, fairness, accuracy, editorial balance and language usage. Practice in editing copy, audio and video tape. Credit given for only one of MSCH-J 353, JOUR-J 353 or JOUR-J 384.
P: At least sophomore standing and MSCH-C 226 or JOUR-J 210 with a grade of C- or higher, or permission of instructor. Hands-on experiences in reporting, editing and presenting stories in images, sound and spoken word. Goes beyond basic skills with advanced cameras and software. Create projects including podcast, audio slideshow, video, and portfolio website to display projects. Credit given for only one of MSCH-J 362 or JOUR-J 362.
P: MSCH-J 353 or JOUR-J 353 with a grade of C- or higher, or consent of instructor. Preparation and presentation of news for television. Practice in writing, reporting, filming and editing news for TV. TV writing problems, use of photographs, film and videotape; problems of sound in TV news; and ethical problems of the TV film reporter and editor. Credit given for only one of MSCH-J 385 or JOUR-J 385.
P: MSCH-C 223 or TEL-T 206, and MSCH-C 228 or TEL-T 283, with a grade of C- or higher, and consent of instructor. Intermediate, hands-on production course that teaches TV studio production. Students will gain technical proficiency within the TV studio environment and learn directing and other high-level communication skills required to produce multi-camera studio projects. Credit given for only one of MSCH-P 356 or TEL-T 356.
P: One of MSCH-C 207, MSCH-C 213, TEL-T 205 or TEL-T 207 with a grade of C- or higher, or consent of instructor. Seminar exploring issues in televised sports in support of and in conflict with other cultural icons in society, business and education. Includes writing on the ways sports, as program content, influences the television industry and on the ways television influences college and professional sports. Credit given for only one of MSCH-S 445 or TEL-T 445.
- MSCH-X472 Media Internship (1-3 cr.): P: Junior or senior standing, at least 12 semester credit hours completed in the school and application approval. Faculty-supervised work in a media field related to student’s academic interests. Credits based on at least 50 work hours per credit hour with a maximum of 6 credit hours applied toward the BA in Media or the BS in Game Design. Student must write a critical analysis paper and be evaluated by a workplace supervisor. S/F grading. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours in MSCH-X 472, MSCH-I 497, MSCH-I 382, TEL-T 497 or CMCL-C 382.
- MSCH-X474 Journalism Internship (1-3 cr.): P: Completion of an application for internship credit and school approval. Students secure an internship and enroll for one, two or three credit hours, based on at least 120 work hours per credit hour with a maximum of three credit hours applied toward the BAJ. Student must write a critical analysis paper and be evaluated by a workplace supervisor. S/F grading. May be repeated for a maximum of 3 credit hours in MSCH-X 474, MSCH-I 492 and JOUR-J 492.
P: MSCH-C 228 or TEL-T 283 with a grade of C- or higher, and consent of instructor. Application required. With close supervision by WTIU station or production management, student is responsible for preproduction planning, production coordination and execution, and postproduction, critical and audience evaluation of programs for broadcast. Develop professional working relationships and portfolio. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours in MSCH-X 476, P437 and TEL-T 437.
See the full Media School Bulletin.