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The Park Studio

Milltown Park, Sandford Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6
+353 1 2196510
picnic@theparkstudio.ie 
www.theparkstudio.ie




The Park Studio's training in the area of Television has been hugely successful in developing the next generation of TV personnel. We bring expertise in every aspect of programming. Our team have worked with the BBC, RTE, TV3, Channel 4, TG4, Channel 5 and extensively in the independent sector. The course will equip you with the necessary skills to get to the next level and show how television works, from idea to broadcast. We provide industry experience, with an emphasis on practical training.

You will learn from some of the best in the business as they share their knowledge and experience of working in television. And you don't need prior experience to take part, it is open to all. The studio provides a perfect environment to gain practical experience both in front of and behind the camera. It is designed to replicate the experience you would have in any professional TV studio and features a separate production control room, enabling you to see how TV works from both sides.

Personal advice and guidance is given throughout and we provide a back up service following the training to give advice, lend support and keep you informed on developments and opportunities within the industry.

This course aims to provide you with practical, hands-on experience in all aspects of TV with an emphasis on Presentation and Direction. If you’re particularly interested in presenting you get the opportunity to learn from current presenters in how to write scripts, learn them and how to deliver to camera. You get to present many different items during the course, single camera, multi-camera, interviews, programmes where you’re the sole presenter and some with a co-presenter.

If you are interested in directing for television, you will get the opportunity to direct single and multi-camera set ups with a crew to include camera people, vision mixer, floor manager, sound, lighting and a production assistant. You learn how to work off a camera script and how to bring a programme together.

Some of the subjects covered during the training.

  • The Stages Of Production
  • How To Prepare For Being On Camera
  • Single and Multi-Camera Presenting
  • Interview Techniques
  • Understanding Camera Scripts
  • How To Shoot and Edit
  • News Reporting
  • Research
  • Floor Management
  • Multi-Camera Directing
  • Studio Familiarisation
  • Scripting
  • The Role Of A TV Producer
  • Audition Techniques
  • The Next Steps To Pursuing A Career In TV




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Recent News Articles
10 Aug 2017 New TV Production, Direction & Presentation Course Confirmed At The Park Studio
02 Nov 2016 The Park Studio Confirm New Course in TV Production, Direction & Presentation
18 Mar 2016 TV Production, Direction & Presentation Course at The Park Studio to begin on May 7th
25 Nov 2015 TV Production, Direction & Presentation Course at The Park Studio to begin on December 5th
08 Jul 2015 TV Production, Direction & Presentation Course At The Park Studio to begin on July 18
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