CTE Videography & Multimedia Journalism - AM
CTE Broadcasting & Multimedia Production - PM
Dave Boardman, Ed.D.
873-0102, ext. 271
Videography & Multimedia Journalism
Learn the techniques professionals use to create video projects that entertain and inspire. Students develop shooting and editing skills to write, shoot, and edit productions including public service announcements, informational interviews, mini-documentaries, and others. Students use a mix of video and audio production techniques to apply journalism fundamentals in projects that can be communicated across a variety of new media platforms.
Broadcasting & Multimedia Production
Work with professional video cameras and digital audio equipment to produce multimedia productions that are streamed online or recorded and mixed for later distribution. Students learn a variety of techniques for shooting and editing video as well as recording and mixing audio to produce independent and team-driven multimedia projects. Students will produce an online video program and take part in other media production opportunities.
Adobe Creative Suite 6 ACA Certification Prep Basics – by Debbie Keller
Readability Score: College level with industry specific terminology
Understanding of basic mathematic computation (measurement, fractions, multiplication, addition, division and subtraction of fractions and percentages.
Ability to maintain focus on a applied tasks for 1.5 hours.
Safety and responsibly use equipment and technology
Exhibit appropriate work place behaviors.
Demonstrate the ability to work independently and in group activities.
Understand and demonstrate safety concepts.
Pass National Standardized tests for certifications.
Student Certification Available
Visual Communication Using Adobe Premiere Pro
Maine Association of Broadcasters
Dual Enrollment Credit Available
NESCOM : Communications Elective Credits
Integrated Credit Available
Southern Maine Community College
CNMS 160: Video and Audio Production - 3 credits
CNMS 240: Nonlinear Editing - 3 credits