Video Production (Formerly known as media arts)
Video Production is digital story telling. We learn to tell stories through:
Public Service Announcements
Various Digital Platforms
Alumni who have taken this program go on to film school, business school, liberal arts colleges, or even start their own businesses where they can use the communication and marketing skills they learned in high school to help communicate their message.
Students sample the many jobs in the media industry so that they can discover their strengths and interests while in high school.
Articulated college credit may be available upon program completion.
A partnership with the local Spectrum Cable Channel 1022 allows students the opportunity to have their work on TV and learn about the concepts of deadlines and workflow in a professional studio.
The Video Productions program offers students the chance to become Certified in Adobe Photoshop and Premiere.
What does the certification do?
Proves that a student has the skills and knowledge to meet the demands of todays design industry
Effectively validates one’s expertise in the Adobe Creative Cloud suite.
Skills Necessary for Success
Technical understanding of master control and automation
Recording and editing equipment
Software-podcasts, PSA's, spotlights, Station ID's
Managing production and deadlines
Business and ethics of media and communications
Written and verbal communication skills
Ability to work collaboratively
Critical thinking skills
Ability to stand for long periods of time