RTTV2383 - Advanced Feature Storytelling
The art of storytelling is a sought-after skill in television news. The development of an original story including research on background information, story focus and treatment of the subject is a marketable ability for television journalists. Students will individually research, write and produce longer "ratings style" news and entertainment features with special emphasis on story perspective, character development and enhanced production techniques.
This course is available to students in the Radio and Television program with a plan of Television. Prerequisites: RATV1220, RTTV1231. Co-requisites: RTTV2311, RTTV2365, RTTV2375, RTTV2382, RTTV2385, RTTV2386.
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