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About TV Production
Masters degrees in TV production offer training in the design, creation and production of content for television viewing and broadcasting purposes.
Taught MA courses are typical for this field, though research oriented MRes and MPhil programmes may also be available at some institutions. Entry requirements normally include an appropriate undergraduate degree such as Film or Media Studies.
You will gain experience in the technical production of a range of television material. From journalism and documentaries, to sports programmes, drama and children’s shows, you will gain a wealth of vocational and theoretical expertise.
Practical training involves instrumental techniques such as sound recording and design, camerawork, lighting and directing. Techniques in pre-production (such as scriptwriting), and post-production (such as editing, transcription and subtitling) are also a large component. Consideration is also given to ethics, policy and legislation - such as the 9pm watershed – as well as the role of television in wider society.
As well as production, careers in television could include public relations for companies such as ITV and Channel 4, legislative roles within licencing bodies, or consultancy for the independent production sector.
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Make use of our industry standard TV production facilities at our campus based in the media hub that is MediaCityUK. Take your post-production skills to a professional standard.
Connect and engage with children’s media producers, including BBC Children’s Television and the Children’s Media Conference. Learn to use high specification production equipment at our campus in the heart of the thriving media hub that is MediaCityUK.
Graduates of the Production Management Diploma go on to create successful and award winning work. Recent credits include Guy Ritchie's King Arthur.
Study cutting-edge production techniques using the latest technologies at MediaCityUK. Learn from lecturers with extensive, first-hand experience of the media industry.
This innovative course examines the different ways in which broadcasting is organised around the world. It has a particular emphasis on the production techniques of British television, approaching them through a comparative international lens.
Build your creative post-production skills to make your mark in the film and television industry. Solent’s MA Post Production in Film and Television will see you working with some of the best industry-standard equipment in a fun and creative environment, surrounded by fellow creative people.
From start to finish producers are the driving force behind the film and television industry. They generate new projects and ideas, secure finance, manage production and strategically market the result.
MA Television Production offers learners the opportunity to create broadcast content for a live client from week one. Utilising our in-house facilities, learners work to gain essential and invaluable broadcast credit from the start of their course.
Develop as a producer/director of factual programmes and extend your creative skills and technical knowledge. With talks by industry professionals, and access to a broad range of equipment, you’ll create a portfolio of work that will help you stand out from the crowd.
MA Film Production is a practice-led Master's programme focusing on screenwriting and film production, supported by film theory. Members of the teaching team have included screenwriter Ewen Glass; writer-directors Phil Stevens, Dr Mikey Murray and Marcella Forster; and cinematographer Jack Shelbourn.
Film and TV degree production provides an exciting opportunity to learn advanced producing, directing and screenwriting techniques and to build professional links within the UK and international film and television industry.
Course Overview. Visualise and create stories for screen. Combine art and science, theory and practice to explore all aspects of cinematography for single-camera film and television production.