Students who express interest and exhibit talent in film or television production will appreciate Webster’s Digital Media Broadcasting strand.  Students learn to communicate ideas through the use of text, graphics, audio and video.  They operate remote cameras, nonlinear video editing equipment and still cameras for real-world experience in media production.

Students  apply their academic knowledge in a real-world setting as they run the district’s own cable television station, in an on-campus, state -of-the-art television studio.

Partnerships with local media provide students with real-world expertise and ample opportunity for hands-on learning through mentoring and internships.
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  • Non Linear Video Production
    Students will master real-time editing for professional video productions.  PASS objective for art will be incorporated into this class and will fulfill the graduation requirement for fine arts.
  • Intro to Broadcasting
    Students will design complex videos using independent judgment, creativity, and computer equipment; script, plan and create video narrative sequences under tight deadlines, using appropriate software; participate in design and production of multimedia campaigns, handling budgeting and scheduling, and assisting with responsibilities as production coordination, background design, and progress tracking; develop, evaluate and revise text and scriptwriting software; complete an interactive video DVD in a production studio environment; demonstrate an increase of knowledge and practical skill level in the areas of technical video production, broadcasting, and creative development; demonstrate compliance with relevant business ethics and copyright infringement as they pertain to the multimedia and/or broadcast industry.
  • Advanced Broadcasting & Digital Editing
    This class produces the morning broadcast for the school each day.  Students prepare graphics, write scripts, create franchise pieces for the program, produce weather with the schools WeatherBug station and present the same via chroma key.  The program is broadcast with a dual anchor team.  A production open starts the program. Various stories that require graphics are treated with pre-produced over the shoulder key elements as you would see on a live news Broadcast.
  • Field Production/News Reporting
    This course takes students outside the studio environment to learn the challenges of on-location shoots.  Students learn the basic equipment used in field production and how to utilize and maintain this equipment.  Proper on-location production techniques for a variety of shooting conditions are emphasized.  Students learn the pre-production skills of journalistic writing and interviewing techniques.  Shooting and editing techniques for proper segment focus and pacing are also covered.

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