On the TV set, students will learn the workflow for a television program, understand the technical functions of the team, such as lighting, audio, mixing or producing video signals, and learn journalistic tasks such as writing and presenting on TV.
The subjects that are taught in this space are primarily TV Production, Voice Overs and Dubbing, Newscast and LiveTV Production, Televised Event Broadcasts, Radio and TV Production and Presentation, and Graduation Projects.
In this space, students can produce newscasts, debates, talk shows, interviews, contests or magazines.
There are two spaces: set and production control, connected by intercom or earpiece for giving instructions to the team.
The set has one area for newscasts and another for interviews. The furniture is movable to provide a more open space for other types of programs and large-screen TVs in the background for displaying signals, logos, graphics or any other visual element. The news desk has a remote control for the teleprompter.
Production control has a video mixer that receives signals from three HD camera lines, with camera unit control, video output signals from three computers and auxiliary lines for other external sources. It also has a DMX lighting table and an audio mixer that controls the wireless microphone signals, videos, audio sources and external lines.
The signal produced can be recorded in the studio or broadcast via streaming.
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