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Why study television and broadcasting at Portsmouth ?

Television is still the most used and watched medium in the world, and the ability to broadcast ideas, live images, and sound is one of the most exciting imaginable.

  • This industry-recognised, Creative Skillset-accredited course offers a great opportunity to pursue an exciting career in television and radio broadcasting.

  • Gain skills in professional video production, writing, television and radio programme producing, presenting and graphics - all leading to the operation and management of a TV channel.

  • You'll be taught in our purpose-built TV and radio studios, using industry-standard hardware and software.

  • Learn to produce weekly live professional TV and radio programmes, and become a multi-skilled practitioner.

  • We are accredited with Avid to offer a certified user editing course (The Avid MC101).


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Useful facts :

TV and Broadcasting is a course that operates an actual TV channel and produces live TV programmes on a weekly basis, and these factors make TVB one of the most exciting and productive TV courses in the U.K.

The course is responsible for almost 80% graduate employment within the TV and video industry, and TV and Broadcasting offers one of the most realistic television experiences possible within Higher Education.

TVB generates almost 30 hours of live TV content throughout an academic year, and this all culminates with the Final Year Graduate Show in May where TVB students produce a production of note.

Keyfacts

UCAS code: P30C

Mode of study: Full time

Duration: 3 years full time, 4 years sandwich with work placement

Start: September

Entry requirements: 280 points to include a minimum of 2 A Levels. English language proficiency at a minimum of IELTS band 6.0 with no component score below 5.5.

TVB Staff

Charlie Watts

Course Leader, Principal Lecturer and Avid Certified Instructor

charlie.watts@port.ac.uk

Katie Still

Deputy Course Leader and Senior Lecturer

katie.still@port.ac.uk

Gary Bown

Principal Lecturer

gary.bown@port.ac.uk

Where are we ?

The main building, Eldon Building, is situated in Portsmouth, UK.