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Work in Digital TV & Media Production

Digital Media professionals are prepared to work individually or in teams to write, shoot and edit digital videos; to handle camera, lighting and audio requirements and real-time multiple camera directing for live events; and to design and create Web pages to distribute their work.

Digital Media combine elements of art, photography. video and computer graphics with new technology and imaginative effort to create today's new media.

These competencies are critical for emerging jobs in Television, on the Internet, in Business, Corporate and Government communications and in Education and the Entertainment industry.

Know Your Field

Career Options:
•Television Broadcast Technician
Camera Operator
Videographer
Technical Director
Studio Director