HND Creative Media (Journalism) UCAS Code CMJ0

HND Creative Media (Journalism) UCAS Code CMJ0

Categories

Media, Games Design and Photography

Journalism Level 3

About

If you are inspired by the cut and thrust of news journalism and can see yourself behind the scenes at Channel 4 News or the BBC’s Newsnight, this course could help you achieve your goals. You might want to put together packages for BBC 5 Live or the World Service. Whatever your ambitions in creative media, this course provides a practical gateway into TV and radio broadcasting and a wide world of digital media careers. Using our cutting-edge equipment, you will gain the inside track into the industry and learn the practical skills required for moving image and radio production and broadcasting, from lighting and camera work, to digital editing and post-production.

Modules

  • Contextual Studies
  • Research Techniques
  • Practical Skills for Moving Image Production
  • Practical Skills Radio
  • Music Video Production
  • Fiction Production
  • TV Studio Production
  • Promotional Video
  • Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation
  • Special Subject Investigation for Creative Media Production
  • Sound for Moving Image
  • Moving Image Documentary Production
  • Photo-Journalism
  • Directing for Moving Image

Entry Requirements

64 UCAS Points

Next Steps

Degree level qualification or employment in the sector.

Mode of Study

Full-Time

Course Features

Level 5

Higher Education

Hinckley

09/09/2019

26/06/2020

All

£5950 per year

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Dayle Crutchlow – HND Creative Media (Journalism)

HND Creative Media (Journalism), media courses From my beginnings as a junior reporter in Hinckley, I progressed through the ranks taking on roles as senior news reporter at the Coventry Evening Telegraph, editor of a Coventry and Warwickshire entertainments magazine and as acting[...]

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HND Creative Media (Journalism) – Dayle Crutchlow

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HND Creative Media (Journalism), media courses

From my beginnings as a junior reporter in Hinckley, I progressed through the ranks taking on roles as senior news reporter at the Coventry Evening Telegraph, editor of a Coventry and Warwickshire entertainments magazine and as acting multi-media editor for the Coventry Telegraph’s online publication.

There is nothing more rewarding than seeing students progress on to successful and rewarding careers in journalism, PR and the many other areas of media in which they have spread their wings. This course will give students a good grounding in the traditions of journalism while preparing them for what is an ever changing industry and the challenges that presents.

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