Television & New Broadcasting Media BA(Hons): Course features
What this course offers you
This course focuses primarily on the practice, theory and criticism of television. You also cover a range of other inter-related areas of broadcasting and media, including:
radio and podcasts;
the internet and blogs;and
You will develop television production skills, analyse television programmes and debate the role of television as well as discuss the challenges and possibilities for television in the 21st century.
You will investigate how new and emerging global technologies impact on the production, consumption and exhibition of television.
You will have access to a specialist suite of laboratory spaces equipped with materials for working on video production and editing.
Our enthusiastic staff are actively involved in broadcasting and associated industries. If you choose to take a work placement, we have links with local televisual industries and the Royal Television Society.
The team has wide-reaching research interests including scriptwriting, British television, audience, Korean drama, fan studies, and teaching and learning.
Our teaching and research is underpinned by a commitment to equality, diversity and inclusivity, all of which are key skills required in today's contemporary productions.
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