Diploma in Broadcast Television/Videography
Humber College’s Broadcast Television. Videography (BRTV) diploma program will quickly prepare you for media content creation in operational and production roles. An intensive, behind-the-scenes look at broadcasting will give you a solid grounding in video production skills and broadcast standards.
|Full-time Duration:||2 years|
|Starting in:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||CAD 8,056 per semester|
|Location:||North Campus (Toronto, Canada)|
This Humber College’s Broadcast Television. Videography (BRTV) diploma program is an excellent starting point for anyone who wants to work behind the scenes in television production and features a wide variety of courses, as well as field experience opportunities, empowering graduates for success in the broadcast industry.
You will learn about:
- live studio and live remote broadcasting
- single camera location shooting
- video editing and audio mixing
- writing, planning and producing content
Your hands-on broadcasting education will be enriched by access to Humber’s high-definition television mobile truck—the most advanced of its kind among Ontario colleges. This compact, 35-foot television facility features state-of-the-art broadcast equipment including the latest cameras, video production switcher, digital recording system, broadcast graphics software and editing facilities.
Humber has a strong reputation in the television broadcasting industry.BRTV students regularly produce and live stream Humber Hawks varsity games and esport tournaments. BRTV students have also worked with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) on National Lacrosse League games and with Double Black Diamond Productions on internationally broadcast FIS World Cup events.
- Studio Production
- Digital Editing
- Scriptwriting for TV
- Audio Production
- Broadcast Standards
- An Introduction to Arts and Sciences
- College Reading and Writing Skills: BRTV
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Put your life into action with a career behind the scenes in television production and videography. With Canada’s traditional and specialty broadcasters and emerging online streaming services spending more than ever on Canadian programming, there’s never been a better time to explore opportunities in television and videography. Nor has there ever been a higher demand for media content.
Graduates work throughout the industry, both in Toronto and across Canada. They work in various operational roles such as camera, audio, sound/picture editor, production assistant, technical director, floor director, and production roles such as researcher, writer, producer and director.
Discover the thrill of live-event broadcasting as you help bring to air professional sports, live concerts and community events.