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Television Production Concentration

Radio Television JournalismTelevision Production Concentration

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Start Date:
2 Years
+Locations & Availability

September 2019
Campus/Location DeliveryIn-class – Complete your program through courses that are held at a campus.

Online – All program courses are delivered online.

Blended – Complete your program through a combination of online and in-class courses (some courses are delivered 100% online). In-class courses are held at a campus.

Collaborative – program is delivered virtually on campus
Ivany Campus • Dartmouth Full time • In-class

Concentration Overview

As a student in the TV specialization you will develop the ability to produce digital media content for TV broadcast, online and mobile platforms. You will be immersed into both studio and location production environments and have an opportunity to experience all aspects of operations associated with producing media content.

You will develop skills for managing client-based productions and produce scripts and rundowns for TV and online content.

Admission Requirements

  • Successful completion of Radio Television Journalism - Year 1 or Advanced Standing.
  • Advanced Standing – To be considered, you must apply to and meet the Admission Requirements for the Radio Television Journalism program. Advanced Standing is based on academic credits (certificate/diploma/degree) completed from a recognized public institution within the past ten years that meet the Academic Requirements of the full first year of the program. Advanced Standing is subject to seat availability.

Choose NSCC

  • Faculty maintain strong ties to industry and keep current with television production standards and technology.
  • You learn the techniques and processes of television production by doing and practising the skills supported by high-quality equipment and facilities.
  • Continue your studies at university. This program includes courses that count towards a university degree. Find out more.

Employment Opportunities

  • Job opportunities for graduates are available throughout Nova Scotia and beyond. Graduates find employment with broadcasters, cable companies, production companies and post production companies as camera operators, editors, assistant editors, digital media technicians, mobile/remote production crew members with increasing opportunities for freelance work and entrepreneurial endeavours.

Courses May Include

Course descriptions
Code Course
RTVJ 3000   Diversity and the Media
RTVJ 3020   Electronic News Gathering Production Techniques
RTVJ 3050   Media Law and Ethics
RTVJ 3400   Television Operations III
RTVJ 3600   Advanced Digital Editing
RTVJ 4000   Media Entrepreneurship
RTVJ 4050   Media Writing II
RTVJ 4400   Television Operations IV
RTVJ 4500   Work Experience II
RTVJ 4600   Television Major Project
RTVJ 4800   Digital Portfolio

Additional Graduation Requirements

Portfolio Development

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