In the Broadcasting program, MAS students will learn public speaking and broadcast writing skills, as well as producing, writing, filming, and editing video productions. In a state-of-the-art studio, teams produce the morning announcements for CCTV and YouTube. Broadcasting students also produce other multimedia productions, such as news packages, music videos, commercials, public service announcements, short films, documentaries, podcasts, and social media content.
A treatment (a narrative written essay) of an original movie or short film idea that the student has thought up and is passionate about making.
A YouTube link (marked as “public” or “unlisted”) of a compilation of different videos the student has created either in class or on their own time. It can include, but is not limited to news story/package, short films, commercials, public service announcements, documentaries, etc. Students may be featured on-screen in the video. The maximum time on the compilation is three minutes. Any video longer than that will not be permissible. As proof of authenticity, each video must include its own credits, not who was involved in the production of each video. Student will need to be prepared to pull up the YouTube link during the interview (students can either email the YouTube link to themselves or have their YouTube credentials on hand, so they can log in and pull up the video during auditions).
A personal interview to help determine the student's level of discipline, interest, and suitability for the program.
Please bring a photograph to the audition, not to exceed 5”X7” and print your name on the back of the photo with your choice of magnet strand.
Rebecca de Armas, Broadcasting Teacher firstname.lastname@example.org
Alejandro Gonzalez, Broadcasting Teacher email@example.com
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