Teaching TV studio production
Brown, L. and Duthie, L. (2017). Teaching TV studio production. BFI Media Conference. British Film Institute, London 01 - 30 Jul 2016 BFI.
|Authors||Brown, L. and Duthie, L.|
The authors will seek to critique and celebrate popular global television programmes and explore the impact such shows have on student-led studio productions. They will examine the key ingredients that make a successful TV programme, the influence of such shows on students making their own productions, pitfalls to consider and ways to successfully draw upon this relationship in the ever changing world of television. Brown and Duthie will investigate the the relationship between their research and professional practice: they will draw upon their case studies on prominent global television programmes to discuss how television production can be taught at college/university level and raise questions about what students can learn from contemporary programmes and how they can influence and redefine these works in their own student-led television productions.
|Keywords||Teaching television, television production|
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|30 Jun 2016|
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|Web address (URL) of conference proceedings||https://www2.bfi.org.uk/education-research/teaching-film-tv-media-studies/bfi-media-conference-2016|
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