TV Production class
BEGINNING TV PRODUCTION: Students will produce a "live on tape" multicamera TV Program featuring two anchors. Techniques taught: multicamera switching, real-time B-Roll video insert, camera composition and framing, teleprompter operation, audio manipulation, 3-point lighting basics.
ADVANCED TV PRODUCTION: Students will produce a "live on tape" multicamera newscast featuring several anchors. Techniques taught: multicamera switching, real-time B-Roll video insert, camera composition and framing including real-time camera movement, teleprompter operation, audio manipulation, 3-point lighting basics, greenscreen composition and insert, basic newscast package authoring, editing and insert.
Instructor Tom Riti is a former TV Newscast Producer and Videotape Editor, having worked at WWSB TV in Sarasota, FL for 3 years. He is also a retired NJ State Certified Secondary Education Teacher with 9 years of professional experience teaching TV Production in a public high school setting. He is an expert user of Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Ultra, and Adobe Photoshop.
This class is open to high school students through senior citizens. The minimum class size is 6 students (to fill necessary studio positions) and the maximum class size is 9. Each class meets once a week for 3 weeks with 1.5 hours each session.
Beginning TV Production: 5:30pm to 7pm with sessions on May 13, 20 and 27. $100 per person.
Advanced TV Production: 7:15pm to 8:45pm with sessions on May 13, 20 and 27. $125 per person.
Instructor Tom Riti notes that video has become a dominant force on the Internet. The abundant availability and nominal cost of TV broadcast quality equipment now makes it possible for anyone to run his own internet television network. Actors can showcase their talent. Business owners can promote their businesses. People dedicated to a cause can now attract a sympathetic and supportive audience that will change social policies.but viewers expect their TV to look a certain way even if it is on the Internet. Getting a friend to film you with his cell phone reeks of amateurism and reflects on you and the message you're conveying. In order to be truly effective, you need to know how television works.
Members of the theater enjoy a 10% discount on classes and workshops. Students can register or get more information by calling 239.218.0481, or by contacting the theater at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students may also register and pay online by following the link on the website, www.laboratorytheaterflorida.com/education.
The Laboratory Theater of Florida Education building (View)
1788 Fowler Street
Fort Myers, FL 33901
|Minimum Age: 14|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|