RTTV1235 - Television On-Air Performance
Why do we watch certain media personalities on TV and not others? Broadcast performance is an intangible but knowing how to make it look easy, smooth and confident is a different matter altogether. This is the next step in broadcast performance that is geared specifically for the fledgling on-camera host, reporter or news/sports anchor. Students will move to the next level in performance to fine-tune their appearance, news and non-news delivery and hosting skills in a broadcast television format. Introduction to live delivery, story voicing, field stand-ups, demo reel production, sports highlight construction, combined with team dynamics and discipline in developing an info-tainment style program, will provide them with a broad team-oriented broadcast landscape, in which to challenge themselves in front of the camera.
This course is available to students in the Radio and Television program with a plan of television. Prerequisite: RATV1142. Co-requisites: RATV1220, RTTV1231, RTTV1233, RTTV1252, RTTV1260, RTTV1266, RTTV1276.
||Mar 8 to Apr 27, 2018
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