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Film and TV

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The Film and TV Broadcasting program prepares students to work in a variety of positions within the broadcast news, film and television industries. Students will use industry-standard principles, tools, and techniques to communicate information, ideas, moods, and feelings to business and consumer audiences through the production of high-quality digital films and videos. The Film and TV Production program includes instruction in the operation and maintenance of specialized camera, lighting, and audio equipment; scenic composition, special effects, motion graphics, and the use of industry-standard hardware and computer applications to capture, enhance, manipulate, and edit visual and audio artifacts into a cohesive finished product.

Program Standards  
The Film & TV  program is available at:


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Program Details

Year 1 - TV Broadcast Production 1-2
Year 2 - TV/Broadcast Production 3-4 Honors
Year 3 - TV/Broadcast Production 5-6 Honors
Year 4 - TV/Broadcasting Internship

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Average Annual Wage - $50,000

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Career Opportunities

  • TV News Reporter
  • Camera Operator
  • Video Editor
  • Sports Broadcaster

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