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Students accepted into the School of Communication’s Digital Media Production Program have the opportunity to receive course credit while working with industry professionals. Seminole Productions staff of award winning media professionals produces over 100 television programs a year and produces over 75 live events for the ESPN family of networks. Here is a list of some of the Seminole Productions coursework:
RTV 3531. Single-Camera Video Production (3). Corequisite: RTV 3571. This course addresses direction and production of single-camera video projects including camera, audio, lighting, and non-linear editing.
RTV 3543. Multiple Camera Studio Production (3). Prerequisite: RTV 3531. This course studies the direction and production of multiple-camera studio video projects including camera, lighting, audio, and live-to-tape switching.RTV 3533 (3) Multiple-Camera Production
RTV 3571. Video Post Production (3). (S/U grade only.) Corequisite: RTV 3531. This course consists of advanced editing and post production techniques applied to field and studio projects. Emphasis on digital non-linear editing systems.
RTV 4682. Advanced Feature Production (3). Prerequisites: RTV 3531 and RTV 3571; or RTV 3533. This course is a "professional experience" course designed to give students professional production experience in an educational environment. Students act as the production crew on program features. This includes videography, editing, audio, and graphic design.
RTV 4686. Advanced Feature Reporting (3). Corequisite: RTV 3602. This is a professional course designed to give you on-air experience in an educational environment, while promoting FSU athletics. Students produce features for The Jimbo Fisher Show, Mike Martin Show, Leonard Hamilton Show, and Seminole Sports Magazine, a thirty-minute show that airs weekly on FOX Sports.
RTV 4467r. Television Practicum (3–6). Prerequisites: RTV 3531 and RTV 3571. This course consists of producing and directing television programs and video projects. May be repeated to a maximum of six semester hours.
RTV 3680r. Video Workshop - Seminole Productions (1–3). (S/U grade only.) Prerequisite: Communication major status. This course is designed for students to gain experience in the production of television programs and video projects. May be repeated to a maximum of three semester hours.
DIS Seminole Productions. Directed Individual Study for approved students to learn specialized techniques in Production or Performance.