The course is designed to give upper-level video production students an opportunity to produce professional quality, non-fiction programs, including news, public affairs, documentary, essay/commentary, magazine format, and promotional videos. The course expands on the production skills covered in Video Production I and provides more in-depth analysis of the production process. The course covers advanced production techniques, advanced edit techniques, budgets, copyright, grant writing, distribution, marketing, and career options. Prerequisites: COM 2316, COM 3316, and COM 4316; registration is restricted to students admitted to the B.S. degree in Communication, Electronic Media/Broadcasting.
Spring 2020, Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018