SCA362 - Studio Operations

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Subject Title
Studio Operations

Subject Description
This subject is a continuation of SCA 361. Having learned the basic uses of EFP and studio equipment, students will begin to familiarize themselves with production standard television program formats. Scripting, pre-production planning and the production of various program formats are emphasized.

Prerequisite: SCA361 - Television Production I.

Credit Status
Broadcasting - Television Diploma Program

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

- Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of TV production through the completion of all reading assignments and written exercises from the required texts.
- Become familiar with the various basic television program formats such as talk or magazine format shows, music shows and dramatic pieces.
- Be able to produce at least one of these basic formats in the television studio from your own scripts by becoming familiar with the process of preparing a script and blocking it for production.
- Demonstrate competence and be able to perform all job functions with ease within the television studio environment.

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