Course Description

MA Digital Broadcast Production for Radio + Television

This one-year production-centered course is for graduates of any discipline who want practical production skills in radio, online and television broadcasting plus a deep understanding of the broadcast industry today.

You will gain hands on experience in our state-of-the-art TV and Radio studios from lecturers who are active in industry and you will get a thorough practical and theoretical understanding of the modern media landscape.

This MA is designed to equip graduates for a career in modern media broadcasting.

Course LocationDublin
Location PostcodeCo. Dublin
Course CategoryMedia Production, Communications & Media
Course TypePractical
Course QualificationMasters Degree
Awarding BodyIADT
Awarding Body DetailsMaster of Arts
Course Start Date16th September 2019
Course End Date29th May 2020
Course Duration1 year (full-time) 4 days per week
Course TimeWhat will I do? Learn how to make high quality content for a variety of platforms Lead production teams in real world projects Experience a range of television studio production techniques Command location production techniques Develop your own ideas and how to pitch them to funders Single-camera documentary production Editing for radio and television Engage with broadcasters and other media professionals How to develop and promote content online
Course Fee6,000
Entry RequirementsMin Entry Requirements Undergraduate qualification of 2nd Class Honours or higher at Honours Degree level. Applicants may be considered provided they can demonstrate Honours Degree equivalence, which can be verified through the RPL (recognition of prior learning) process. Two references must also support your application. Portfolio submission, as part of your application. What should my portfolio include? An online portfolio of your work should be submitted with your application providing an online link and access details. This may include: 1. Any media practice that demonstrates an aptitude for radio and/or television production or a 500-word review of a factual radio programme, a podcast or a television programme or series. 2. Written work, such as university articles in a student publication. If these do not exist, you should write a 500-word essay on why you want to work in radio or television.
Carear PathFuture careers Professional pathways leading from the MA programme exist in the audio-visual, web and screen industries.  Graduates go onto television, radio, online content providers, the broadcast media, advertisement agencies, production facilities, company in house production facilities, state and civil society bodies and indeed any group involved in the creation and distribution of audio-visual content.
Phone+353 1 239 4678
Course CodeDL902
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