Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Free video training

Do you want a career in the media? Have you ever wondered what goes into a
news item on TV or web sites? Or perhaps you'd like to post something on You Tube but don't know how? Would you like the chance to produce your own broadcast piece or work in a studio?
Well this is your opportunity.... Come on our unique hands-on day working with professionals and to deadlines and get a real flavour of working in this fast paced adrenaline fueled area.

Ravenbourne College - one of the leading providers of broadcast and
digital media education and training in the country - supported by Podium Skills London are offering 15 young people (aged 16 - 25) the chance to get your hands 'dirty' and make some news of their own.

Working with skilled professionals in small teams you will spend a day
putting together your own news report or studio based 30 second piece - we will show you who does what, and how its edited and you will have the chance to 'work' the public and interview them. Each group will decide on their interview topic and help edit their own footage and will go away with a DVD of their report - this may
be just the break you are waiting for... The footage will suitable for
posting on social media and personal web sites and could just help fast track your own media career.

This event is totally FREE - all you have to do is bring your enthusiasm
(and a bit of talent)

Where - Ravensbourne College
When -- 4th July 2009 - 9.30 - 17.30 (and we will even throw in some
lunch) To book a place - and it's first come first served)
e-mail shortcourses~at~rave.ac.uk and we will send you a booking form.

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