Media students present music show
MEDIA students at Suffolk New College staged a Jools Holland-style television show in front of a studio audience as part of a special project.The programme formed part of the second year national diploma in media course, and was designed to give students first-hand experience of the TV industry.
MEDIA students at Suffolk New College staged a Jools Holland-style television show in front of a studio audience as part of a special project.
The programme formed part of the second year national diploma in media course, and was designed to give students first-hand experience of the TV industry.
The college hired professional equipment and the production was run as a real working environment.
Students staged, scheduled, designed, filmed and produced the entire show.
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David Ward, head of Creative Arts and Media, said: “This event provides the media national diploma students with real live TV production experience using industry-standard cameras, mixers and monitors for the evening, with each student assigned their own professional role.
“It also gives the students a chance to design and create the set, to schedule every detail, arrange the bands, gain first hand experience of the enormous amount of behind-the-scenes planning that goes into such a production and to develop their TV production technical skills.
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“We are fortunate to have such a highly qualified and experienced teaching team to be able to stage such a project, and in addition to being a spectacular event, the project really helps prepare the students for their future careers in the media industry and to gain their places in some of the top universities around the country.”