The Media Technology program is a three-year program that
educates students in the Media Technology field through a series of
tasks and competencies in the areas of TV studio and field production.
All comprehensive array of pre-production, production and
post-production skills are learned in state-of-the-art studios,
including: script-writing, on-camera reporting, video camera operation
and engineering, sound engineering, lighting and set-design, non-linear
editing, directing and producing. Lessons in theory, organization, and
applications complement the lab work.
Students learn elements of
the broadcasting industry through field trips, career exploration,
guest speakers, and portfolio development. Graduates of this program may
also find employment in educational media centers, media service
organizations, corporate media departments, cable television, libraries,
and hospitals through the RSTA Co-op program. The Media Technology
program is housed in the state-of-the-art Media Arts Studio and shares
broadcasting facilities and expertise with City TV8 and Cambridge
Educational Access 98/99.