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Video Production

Program Description

Learn all aspects of visual media production including film, news, corporate event production, commercials, public service announcements and documentaries while using industry standard cameras, tripods, drones, and editing software. 

 

Student professionals will work with clients within the community to produce various projects while developing skills in videography, editing, lighting, and audio production. Classes tour local news and production studios for hands-on career exploration opportunities and learn from industry professional guest speakers visiting the classroom.  

 

Video production STUDENTS LEARN:

  • Camera and Videography
  • Lighting
  • Audio
  • Video Editing
  • Industrial/Equipment Safety
  • Makeup and Costume
  • Script Writing
  • Storyboarding
  • Sets and Props
  • Directing
  • Broadcast/Cinema History
  • Evolution of Technology in Cameras/Editing Systems
Editing Software:
  • Adobe Premire CC 2018
 

PRE-REQUISITES

Video Production students should have a basic working knowledge of computers/Google, and average or better skills in reading, writing, and verbal communication.

HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT AVAILABLE

Students earn 15 units of elective credits toward their high school graduation. Meets area ā€œGā€ approval for UC admissions.

 

CAREER PATHWAYS AND RELATED OCCUPATIONS

This is a career awareness class which instructs students on the basics necessary for entry-level employment. Successful Video Production students often pursue careers in the following:

  • Videographer
  • Editor
  • Reporter/Anchor
  • Producer/Director
  • Business Owner/Entrepreneur
  • Makeup/Costume Designer
  • Audio/Lighting Engineer
 

Advisory Board/Industry Partners

The Advisory Board provides crucial guidance for the Video Production program at ROC. These industry partners have generously donated their time and expertise to share industry trends, offer assistance, and ensure the curriculum is providing the highest levels of training and career development opportunities for our students.

 

Mr. Jeremy Warner

Assistant Professor of Digital Media, California State University Bakersfield

 

Mr. Jeff Lemucchi

Business Owner, JL Voiceovers

 

Mr. Leonardo Ruiz

General Manager, Univision/Justice TV

 

Virgil Miller

Business Owner, Video Memories

 

Mrs. Suzanne Rodriguez

Assistant News Director, KERO-TV

 

Mrs. Nancy Bauer

News Director, KERO-TV

 

Mr. Mike Trihey

News Director, KGET/Telemundo

 

Mr. Jeff Lenk

News Director, KBAK/KBFX

 

Mr. Joshua Moore

Business Owner, Evermoore Films

 

Mr. Joe Brown

Executive Director, Christian Youth Film Society

 

Mr. Rogers Brandon

General Manager, American General Media

 

Mr. Ernest Crawford

Business Owner, Cimulated VR

 

Mr. Dustin Daves

Business Owner, Cimulated VR

 

Mr. Rickey Bird

Business Owner, Hectic Films/The Media House