• NEW PROVIDENCE HIGH SCHOOL

    NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ

    ADVANCED VIDEO DESIGN

    Advanced Video Design

    is an elective course designed to build on the skills and concepts

    presented in the primary television production course.

    It permits students to investigate and

    understand in detail the components of the television production process in several different

    situations and genres. The course focuses on the details of producing, directing, field

    production, and facility management.

    PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS

    Attendance: A student enrolled in this course is expected to be present at least

    90% of the days that class is in session.

    Achievement: A student must maintain a D-or better average for the four

    marking periods.

    OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of the course, the student will:

    1 Acquire and use the skills necessary to produce a television program from initial idea to

    finished product.

    2 Acquire skills in directing television programs and use those skills to plan and execute

    studio productions.

    3 Learn to light a set effectively according to the requirements of each individual production.

    4 Be able to produce, plan, and execute a multi-camera field production (outside the studio.)

    5 Understand basic technical aspects of the studio, as well as help in maintaining the

    studio equipment.

    6 Understand the complexities of, and aid in the management of, the television production

    and distribution facility.

    7 Acquire an understanding of the basics of the television industry, in areas such as union,

    copyrights, and ratings.

    8 Acquire an appreciation for the value of teamwork in creating effective television

    productions.

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