Digital Television Production is the study of all aspects of television production including broadcast and online media. This course features two pathways in either production or operations.
Out of Season The Norfolk Broads
A charming documentary shot in the Norfolk Broads made by final year students for their Portfolio projects
Glory to Tutova
This was a short film made for a presentation/pitch to Jody Smith, Entertainment Multiplatform Commissioner, Channel 4 Television as part of 2nd year work for the unit “Audiences, Screens & Platforms” (2015). It is a suggestion for an Interactive Reality Game show on Channel 4.
Unleash the Colour
Project 1 by BA (Hons) Digital TV Production student Steve Adamson
More showreels can be found on our youtube playlist.
Both pathways on this degree will produce graduates who are highly skilled studio and location professionals who are able to work on multi or single-camera productions. These skills are applied to a variety of television genres.
This also includes technical skills in cameras, lighting and sound. You will learn through a mix of practice and theory-based learning that includes lectures, workshops, seminars, projects and self-directed study. This course is led by industry experts who are often working in production and broadcast.
The production pathway is designed for those who want to make innovative television programming using a variety of distribution platforms, including social media.
The operations pathway will teach you about varied production techniques and digital operations, including the use of media asset management systems.