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Broadcasting/Media Arts

This is a course for those with an interest in the production of various electronic media. From the small screen, to the big screen, from the air waves to wi-fi, Tec Voc’s new Media Arts program will utilize cutting edge high definition equipment so you can produce your vision. The broadcasting and film industry needs people with a positive attitude, strong communication and teamwork skills.

The course will train you in:
• announcing
• audio production
• computerized editing
• computerized graphics
• directing for television and film
• non-linear editing
• video camera operation
• broadcast/commercial and film script writing
• studio production
• live sports production
• commercial production
• live concert production
• film production
• lighting 

Grade 10

(RTBV20) First year introduces students to the tasks and equipment used in television, film and radio production by assisting in a variety of projects from concept through to production. 2 Credits  

Grade 11

(RTBV30) Students will enhance their skills from RTBV21 with the introduction of lighting, professional audio, and advanced editing. Students will produce documentaries, television commercials and participate in live sports/concert productions. 4 Credits

Grade 12

(RTBV40) The third year focuses on developing advanced broadcasting & film techniques. Students produce an assortment of television and film projects with the emphasis on quality and professionalism for “in-house” and “on-air” broadcasts. 4 Credits

Broadcasting Opportunities

When you complete the new Media Arts program, you can begin a career at one of these places:
• audio/visual company
• clubs
• communications departments
• corporate video production departments
• educational production facilities
• lighting companies
• recorded music companies
​​• television station
• video production (industrial,
government, and religious)
• new media & internet companies

People with a video and audio background are also needed in many other related areas:
• audio and video rental companies
• audio sales
• teaching
• video sales

Student’s work can be seen on Tec Voc’s school website at Student work has also aired on television and radio stations around Winnipeg. With this training and the required academics, you can go to a community college or university for journalism or production training. New Media Arts has
articulation with Assiniboia Community College in Brandon.

For more information about the Broadcasting/ Media Arts program at Tec-Voc, please contact:
• MR. G. SLOBODZIAN (Broadcasting Instructor)
• MS N. BOUCHARD (Broadcasting Instructor)
• MR. K. PLAETINCK (Broadcasting Department Head)
• MR. N. SMITH (Broadcasting Instructor)


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