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  • Introduction to Electronic Media Production Syllabus

    This course provides an introduction to the fundamental procedures in the production and development of video programs. The student will develop both the theory and technique of video production. Emphasis will be given to studio production and the role of the director, as well as elements of shooting in the field and post-production. This will be achieved through a combination of lectures and practical work designed to familiarize students with production equipment, procedures, ethics, planning and execution of complete programs.

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