In the Broadcasting - Radio, Television, Film & Digital Media program, you are trained in both the traditional skills of storytelling for the motion picture, television and radio industries as well as multiplatform digital production.
This college media program offered through our School of Communications, Media, Arts and Deisgn in Toronto, prepares you with the creative and technical skills required for success in the time-based media industry. You will learn how to develop and create original story content, as well as how to prepare, manage and carry out the production process to realize a creative vision.
In this advanced diploma program, you:
Develop a balance between the artistic and commercial aspects of the industry, and become exposed to a variety of industry practices and players.
Study and practice techniques for effective storytelling in both the fiction and non-fiction genres, as well as client-based and live-to-air productions.
Gain technical experience with HD broadcasting studios, digital film, television and multiplatform production.
Participate in, create and contribute to a wide range of student films, digital video productions and weekly television and multiplatform productions.
Complete an advanced body of produced work for a professional portfolio.
Spend 14 weeks in a full-time industry field placement.
Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, or mature student status (19 years or older)
English Grade 12 C or U, or equivalent (minimum grade required) or take the Centennial College English Skills Assessment for Admission (score of 170 or 171 required)
Applicants are required to submit the following through an online link:
One sample of your media work in either of these two forms:
Your own short video (up to five minutes, loaded up on YouTube or Vimeo) or
A sequence of 10-15 of your own digital photographs loaded up on a photo sharing site such as Flickr
A two-page creative story written by you (12 pt, Times font, single spaced) that explores one of the three themes below. This can be fact or fiction, in any creative form (i.e. short story, news report, film script, play, etc.). Upload your file as a Word or PDF document.
A one page statement of intent. Tell us why you think you are meant to be in our program and what you have done in the past related to the pursuit of a career in radio, television, film or digital media. Upload your file as a Word or PDF document.
College Communications 2
Story Writing for Media 1
The Language of Film
Working in Media
Broadcasting: Then & Now
Digital Media Production 1
General Education Elective
Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social Action
Story Writing for Media 2
Camerawork and Lighting
Digital Media Production 2
College Communications 3
Documentary and Factual 1
TV & Digital Studio 1
On-air Presentation 1
General Education Elective
TV & Digital Studio 2
Documentary & Factual 2
Marketing & Promotions
Course Code Academic Option
Acting for Writers and Directors
Advanced Location Audio Recording
Career Management & Portfolio
Advanced Digital Media
Media Business and Entrepreneurship
Live TV Production
Documentary and Factual 3
Advanced Radio Production
Post Production Audio
Compositing and Colour Correction
Story content director or producer
Assistant to story content director or producer
Assistant field producer
Assistant camera operator
Lighting and grip department technician
Lighting or grip assistant
Assistant audio technician
Television studio technician
Television studio assistant
Art department assistant
Location coordinator or assistant
Web content contributor
Wide range of other creative and technical roles
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