Join us for this 5-day intensive workshop taught at our new state-of-the-art Broadcast Center.
Open to high school students and graduates ages 16–19, the introduction to multimedia production workshop will introduce you to production skills used in a professional, state-of-the-art multimedia broadcast studio. With guidance and supervision of a broadcast industry professional, you will explore approaches to multi-camera directing, video camera operations, video and audio recording, newscast production, studio lighting, studio sets, blocking, shooting interviews, pre-production, and live and taped television production.
No previous experience in film or TV production is necessary.
You will receive three college credits for completing the workshop that are transferable to the Harrington School (and may be transferable to other institutions).
The workshop runs Monday through Friday, July 13–17, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The registration fee is $995, lunch will be provided each day. Register early, as space is limited.
Instructor: Jeffrey Fountain, Manager, Broadcast Center and Video Production Engineer