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Audio/Video Production

The Audio/Video Production  program will expose students to careers in television and video production, radio broadcasting, and print and digital media. During the program, students will learn about the roles of a production team, explore business aspects of the industry, and gain valuable experience in studio production. Students will also advance their communications and technical skills by researching, writing and editing news stories and radio advertisements, as well as videotaping a television segment. 

Course Sequence:

Level I – Mass Media I: Principles of Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications (1.0)

  • Students will learn the techniques of shooting and editing video. Sample projects include creating silent films, short drams, and music videos

Level II – Mass Media II: Audio/Video Production I (1.0)

  • Students will learn the aspects of broadcast journalism. Sample projects include documentary film, news broadcast packages, and public service announcements. 

Level III – Mass Media  III: Audio/Video Production II (1.0) 

  • Students will continue with their creative projects, combining both film/video and broadcast journalism.  

Schools offering Audio/Video Production

Ballou High School

Coolidge High School

Roosevelt STAY High School

Woodrow Wilson High School


Associated Industry Jobs/Careers:

  • Advertising, Marketing, and Public Relations Managers
  • Announcers
  • News Analysts, Reporters, and Correspondents
  • Program Directors
  • Public Relations Specialists

Associated College Majors:

  • Advertising
  • Broadcast Journalism
  • Communication and Rhetoric
  • Film Studies
  • Marketing
  • Sociology
  • Sports Communication

Associated Industry-Recognized Certifications:

  • Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) – Premiere Pro
  • Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) – After Effects
  • Apple Final Cut Pro X