code MD411
credit_hours 3
title TV production
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prequisites MD222, MD312
credit hours 3
Description/Outcomes This course provides practical experience in studio television production and associated skills with emphasis on “team” approaches. Topics to be covered include personnel s, equipment s and the creative s of visual programming.rn
arabic Description/Outcomes
objectives 1. Acquaint the student with the responsibilities of television production personnel.rn2. Develop skills in the use of major pieces of equipment involved in studio television production. rn3. Demonstrate major aspects of television production including camera skills, producing, directing, lighting and audio.rn4. Enhance awareness of ethical and personal responsibilities involved in production.rn5. Acquire an understanding of the financial and time constraints involved in television production.rn
arabic objectives
ref. books -"Grammar of the Film Language" by Daniel ArijonrnCaruso, James R. (1991). Video Lighting and Special Effects. Prentice Hallrn-Englewood Cliffs, NJ.Compesi, Ronald J. (1994). Video Field Production and Editing. Allyn and Bacon: Bostonrn-Douglass, John S. and Harnden, Glenn P. (1996). The Art of Technique: AnrnAesthetic Approach to Film and Video Production. Allyn and Bacon: Boston.rn-Fairweather, Rod. (1998). Basic Studio Directing. Focal Press: Boston.rnMillerson, Gerald. (1992). Video Production Handbook. Focal Press: Boston.rn-Watkinson, John. (1997). Audio for Television. Focal Press: Boston.rn
arabic ref. books
textbook -Herbert, Z. (2009), "Television Production Handbook," Wadsworth: Belmont, CA, 9th edition. rnTEXTBOOK: Directing by Michael Rabigerrnrn-2006 Textbook: Directing: Film Techniques and Aesthetics, Third Editionrn
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Course Content
content serial Description
1 Introduction: an over view about the course, required materials and the topics to be covered.
2 Studio from up to bottom.
3 Televisions cameras / Types - components and options.
4 Televisions cameras continued
5 Camera mounting equipment
6 Television Lighting
7 7th week exam
8 Television Lighting Lightning Techniques
9 Television Lighting Lightning Techniques cont
10 Directing * 101 * Fundamentals
11 Directing * 101 * Fundamentals cont
12 12th week exam
13 Basic video
14 Basic Audio
15 Editing and Program Continuity
16 Final Exam-presentations