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RTV 001 Introduction to Broadcasting Professor Story
Monday 9:00AM - 11:00AM Course Code This course is designed to examine the nature and development of radio, television and the Internet with special emphasis on the persuasive powers of broadcast media in shaping American culture. The processes of broadcast communication`s role in society are investigated along with the impact of the media on economic issues. (CSU)
RTV Fall Schedule
Monday - Friday 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Saturday Time TBA
RTV 011 Fundamentals of Audio Production Professor Story
Monday 11:00AM - 12:00PM Course Code This course is designed to examine the theory and practice of audio techniques in radio, television, film, and multimedia, including acoustics, audio language and terms, signal flow, use of microphones, use of mixers and related production equipment, and the aesthetic aspects of sound mixing. Students will apply the learned materials to actual audio production. (CSU)
RTV 011 LAB 12PM - 1PM
RTV Sports Broadcasting Group (Lab Opportunity) Professor Story
Monday 1:00PM (Open to all RTV Students)
The RTV Sports Broadcasting Group is responsible for broadcasting a wide variety of Delta College Sports events and producing a half-hour sports talk show that appears on SJTV Channel 26 (Comcast). The RTV Sports Broadcasting Group is lead by professional sports broadcaster - Lowell Tuckerman (San Jose Radio).
RTV 012 Techniques of Audio Production Professor Story
Tuesday 9:00AM - 10:00AM Course Code This course is designed to emphasize the use of digital audio workstations for audio, radio, and multimedia production and synchronization with the visual image. The course provides the opportunity for specialized training in the use of audio postproduction techniques and the skills necessary to compete in the entertainment, communications, and multimedia industries. Students are introduced to techniques and equipment currently used in digital audio postproduction. (CSU)
RTV 013 Audio Production Workshop Professor Story
Tuesday 10:00AM - 11:00AM Course Code This course is designed to provide opportunity for the student`s development in all aspects of audio production. The course includes development of operational activities, including live broadcasting, music, public service, and community service broadcasting.(CSU)
Live Performance (LP) Group/Team (Lab Opportunity) Professor Story
Date/Time TBA (Spring Semester) (Open to all RTV Students)
The Live Performance Group is responsible for organizing and presenting audio/video based presentations and performances. The Group will present one to two events, per semester. The LP Group will work in concert with the TRI DC group to stage these events and presentations.
RTV 021 Fundamentals of Video Production Professor Story
Wednesday 9:00AM - 11:00AM Course Code This course is designed to provide an introduction to the theory, terminology, and operations within a television studio and control room. Includes television directing, the operation of television audio equipment, TV cameras, and television switcher, fundamentals of TV lighting, graphics, video control, and video tape recording for TV. (CSU)
RTV 021 LAB 10AM - 11AM
RTV Delta 360 (Lab Opportunity) Professor Story
RTV 022 Techniques of Video Production Professor Story
Thursday 9:00AM - 10:00AM Course Code This course is designed to provide intermediate television production skills intended for the student seeking employment in the television, editing, video production, and multimedia industries. Emphasis on theory and practice in television production including, planning, writing, producing, staging, and directing interviews, commercials, public service announcements, dramatic pieces, multimedia, and other program segments. Special emphasis will be placed on non-linear video editing techniques. (CSU)
RTV 023 Video Production Workshop Professor Story
Thursday 10:00AM - 11:00AM Course Code This course is designed to provide student development in all aspects of video production. The course includes development of operational activities as well as public service and community service broadcasting. (CSU)
Air DC Radio Broadcasting Group (Lab Opportunity) Professor Story
Tuesday 12:30PM (Open to all RTV Students)
The TRI (Television Radio Internet) DC (Delta College) Broadcasting is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Delta College Radio-TV-Internet Station. The Delta College broadcast station can be seen and heard on the Internet and on Comcast (SJTV Channel 26).
Creative Development Group - The Creatives (Lab Opportunity) Professor Story
Wednesday 12PM (Open to all RTV Students)
The Creative Development Group produces concepts for commercial style content/programming. The Production Group is business/entrepreneur oriented. The Group takes on productions for hire.
RTV 031 Media Performance Adjunct Professor Brogger
Wednesday 11AM - 12PM Course Code This course is designed to provide instruction and practice in announcing, interpretation of copy, news casting, music continuity, the operation of audio equipment, and interviewing. Students gain practice with commercial material and ad lib announcing. (CSU)
RTV Club Adjunct Professor Brogger
Friday 12PM (Open to all Delta College Students)
This semester, the RTV Club will help produce a TV situation comeday and put on several live perfornace programs. Also, the group will meet with the purpose of assisting on each others audio, video, and assorted multimedia projects. Occasionally, media industry guest speakers will meet with the group and specially selected movies and audio productions will be presented for critical review.
RTV News Broadcasting Group (Lab Opportunity) Adjunct Professor Brogger
11:00AM Friday (Open to all RTV Students)
The RTV News Broadcasting Group is responsible for broadcasting a wide variety of Delta College activities/events and producing a half-hour news show that appears on SJTV Channel 26 (Comcast). The RTV Sports Broadcasting Group is lead by professional news broadcaster - Adriana Brogger (KCRA-TV).
RTV Club/Film/News/Radio/Sports/TV (Lab Opportunity) Story/Brogger
Saturday (Dates TBA & Times TBA) (Open to all RTV Students)
Throughout the semester, media production (lab) opportunities will be organized and presented on various Saturdays. Most of these lab activities will take place on the Delta College Stockton campus.
Friday 8:00AM - 11:30AM Course Code 37858 This course is a comprehensive study of the history, development, and current state of the mass media, including newspapers, magazines, television, radio, on-line services, public relations, advertising, and photojournalism, emphasizing their function and obligations in a free society. The course also addresses controls on the media, including mass media law and ethics. The constitutional basis for a free press is extensively explored. (UC, CSU, CAN JOUR4)