What is TV-1?

The way to develop self-confidence is to do the thing you fear and get a record of successful experiences behind you - William Jennings Bryan

TV-1 is a learning environment where you can get hands-on opportunities to explore the various uses of video technologies in both field and studio production. From camerawork to editing, to multi-camera studio directing, TV-1 is where you will learn the fundamentals of video production. 
Develop the skills to help you conceive, produce and even distribute your own video productions. We will teach you how to apply professional broadcast standards to make your work stand out in the eyes of employers. TV-1 is also where you will meet your future colleagues and begin building bridges that will support you on your journey towards a successful career in broadcast.
TV-1 (3644) is a prerequisite for Principles of Television Production 2 (TV-2 JRNL 3674) and for TV Reporting (JRNL 4354).Students who want school credit for broadcast internships (JRNL 4931) must first take TV-1.
The College of Media, Communication & Information is committed to training students in fundamental communication competencies and values.  This course will focus specifically on developing competency in visual literacy and aesthetics by applying theories and practices to the presentation of images and information.

What is TV-1


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