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Students in the control room of the Hirsh Communication Center at Curry College, pursuing a television/digital video concentrationThe field of television and video production is exploding with possibilities. Perhaps you have an interest in TV news reporting or maybe you want to direct a Hollywood sitcom. How about streaming video programs on the web or even overseeing a live sports production? 

Curry's television/digital video concentration prepares students for entry-level positions in television and video production and/or on air opportunities. Students may find career choices at local and network television outlets, commercial production houses, cable facilities, LA, New York and Boston-area sound stages, and Internet video sites, to name a few.

Course Requirements and Information

Required:

COM 2200 Writing for Broadcast Media 3
COM 2740 Television Producing and Production 3
COM 2760 Video Field Production 3
COM 2761 Digital Video Editing 3


Choose  one of the following:

COM 1710 Introduction to Broadcasting 3
COM 2700 The Business of Hollywood 3
COM 2900 Multimedia Journalism 3


Choose  one of the following:

COM 3740 Advanced Television Production 3
COM 3752 TV On-Air: Broadcast Reporting 3
COM 3753 TV On-Air: News Anchoring and Performance 3
COM 3755 Television Directing 3


Choose  one of the following:

COM 2070 Broadcast News 3
COM 2620 Broadcast Sales and Marketing Research 3
COM 3506 Media Law and Ethics 3
COM 3550 Radio and Television Station Management 3
COM 3600 Broadcast Law 3
COM 3900 American Broadcasting Issues 3
Total: 21

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We're excited you're considering our outstanding Curry College academic programs and look forward to helping you reach your career goals.