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TVR2001 Advanced Television Studio Production

Units : 1
Faculty or Section : Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts
School or Department : School of Creative Arts
Student contribution band : 2021 Grandfather Funding Cl 2
Grading basis : Graded
Version produced : 29 May 2022


Enrolment is not permitted in TVR2001 if FTR2009 has been previously completed.


Working in a television studio requires the mastery of key concepts and awareness of the production and technical skills required to work in the industry. This course builds upon foundational skills developed in TVR 1001, allowing students to take on more senior roles. Students will be working on a television production that will be seen on a network television channel. Working on a program means that you build skills, confidence and awareness of audience, scripting, producing, directing and a range of other roles.

This course engages students with the language and terminology used in the industry. It will build further competencies utilised in other courses in the degree. Students will continue to build skills in a single camera, location environment, developed sophisticated production elements and be made aware of the value of media management. You will be producing a program under industry standards and practice. Other skills will be developed including critical thinking, effective communication skills and team work, vital for employment in the industry.

TVR2001, Advanced Television Studio Practice builds in the skills developed in TVR 1001.The student will continue to develop the core television studio skills. In addition, the student will develop skills in location camera production, Live field production, and social media using a variety of distribution channels. Industry leaders will continue their input into this course supporting social media, diversity of content and alternate ways to think of television and video product.

Students undertaking TVR 2001 will engage with productions in a major role as either producer or director. Secondary roles include audio, floor managing, technical and vision switching. The minor roles will be undertaken on a rotation basis. Conceiving of and executing the delivery of a real product, employing high end production values will introduce students to the effectiveness of the vision switcher and associated tools in the studio.

The productions are distributed to actual major broadcast organisation channels. This course assists students to grow and develop leadership skills, effective communication, self-confidence and professional attitude along with core skills in broadcast television.

Course offers

Semester Mode Campus
Semester 1, 2022 On-campus Springfield
Semester 1, 2022 External
Date printed 29 May 2022