24 May 2022 The Irish Film & Television Network
TV Production, Direction & Presentation Course at The Park Studio to begin on May 7th
18 Mar 2016 : Seán Brosnan
The Park Studio will run a course in TV Production, Direction and Presentation beginning on Saturday, 7th May.

This course will provide practical, hands-on experience in all aspects of TV with an emphasis on Presentation and Direction. Those particularly interested in presenting will get the opportunity to learn from current presenters and get to present many different items during the course - single camera, multi-camera, interviews and programmes both as sole presenter and with a co-presenter.

Those interested in directing for TV will get the opportunity to direct single and multicamera set ups with a crew to include camera people, vision mixer, floor manager, sound, lighting and a production assistant. They will learn how to work off a camera script and how to bring a programme together.

The Park Studio’s training in the past has been successful in developing the next generation of TV personnel. This course will equip attendees with the necessary skills to get to the next level and show how television works, from idea to broadcast and it provides industry experience, with an emphasis on practical training throughout.

Some of the subjects covered during the training include:

  • The Stages Of Production
  • How To Prepare For Being On Camera
  • Single and MultiCamera 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

    The Park Studio’s course in TV Production, Direction and Presentation will begin Saturday, 7th May. To receive further information visit: http://www.theparkstudio.ie/contact1.html.

    “Channel 4 is something we need to safeguard, and make sure that it's treated properly and protected;” Director Ian Fitzgibbon discusses his recent sitcom Hullraisers and working with Channel 4
    Windmill Lane make key appointments as company nears 45th year in business
    Free Industry Newsletter
    Subscribe to IFTN's industry newsletter - it's free and e-mailed directly to your inbox every week.
    Click here to sign up.

     the Website  Directory List  Festivals  Who's Who  Locations  Filmography  News  Crew  Actors

    Contact Us | Advertise | Copyright | Terms & Conditions | Security & Privacy | RSS Feed | Twitter



    bodrum escort bayan escort antalya gumbet escort