film, video & TV training | professional development
Television Studio Operations
|Discipline/s:||broadcast & post production|
Date/s & times:
|Contact us to register your interest.
(Courses will run when we reach minimum numbers)
|Fee:||$605 Open Channel Members / $726 (non-members) (Prices are Inclusive of GST)
(Membership: $55 / $44 concession - join Open Channel here)
|Prerequisites:||Digital/Documentary Filmmaking Introduction or equivalent|
Learn all aspects of operating a television studio at Melbourne’s Community Broadcaster, Channel 31.
This course provides a great step into working on any studio or outside-broadcast (OB) show as part of a television crew.
In this course you will learn how to:
- Ingest footage into digital systems
- Record and mix audio in the studio
- Direct presenters
- Vision switch multiple cameras, operate floor cameras and autocue
- Record live-to-tape
- Create TV graphics
- Floor manage
- Co-ordinate program run sheets
- Build a career in this role
Get your start in television in this comprehensive course in one of Melbourne’s most accessible television studios.
Who should do this course?
Anyone with an interest in working inside a television studio or outside broadcast environment.
Where can I go after this course?
Continue to volunteer or work on C31 productions, building experience before working as a freelance studio technician, applying for a television technical operators traineeship or employment in commercial or Pay Television. Previous Open Channel students have made series on C31 that have rated 35,000 viewers per week.
Are you interested in being Accredited for this course?
Read about Accreditation Options on Short Courses
How do I Enrol?
Simply print an Enrolment Form and return to us with payment to secure a place in the Short Course. See the Enrolment Form for details on how to pay.
Short Courses Application Form (pdf)
If you wish to enrol in this course as part of a full Certificate III in Media / Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media, with up-front payment, click here.
Paul has been working in the professional television production industry for over ten years. Formally trained, Paul's work experience with drama series Blue Heelers turned into ongoing employment with Channel Seven for 6 years. Paul worked overseas for a number of years with Sky Television on big outdoor events such as World Cup Football, English Premier League football and the Winter olympics, before returning to Australia to work in outside broadcast and television, covering many sporting events such as the AFL and the Australian Open tennis, and work as CCU (Camera Control Unit) technical supporter on Deal or No Deal.
Rohan is a technical director for Channel Seven, and has worked on shows such as Blue Heelers, Newlyweds, and Marshall Law.