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Arts, A/V Technology, and Communication, Grade 9 - 12, Television Production-Studio Operations, 2009

1.) Use safety skills associated with television production studio operations.

2.) Apply aspects of studio operations to television information-gathering techniques.

Examples: live truck, satellite feeds, tape and digital video files

3.) Differentiate among television studio operation styles.

Examples: informative, entertaining, sensational

4.) Utilize proper studio operations public relations skills.

Examples: clear headset communication, positive attitude, polite demeanor

5.) Demonstrate ethical behavior for studio operations.

Examples: video and audio decisions, monitoring content, libel laws

6.) Demonstrate desirable leadership skills as a studio operations team member.

Examples: creating show rundown, giving and following directions, participating in team critiques

7.) Solve simple lighting, audio, video, set design, and studio production problems.

8.) Utilize a character generator and special effects generator during a production.

9.) Select necessary controls on a master switcher during a television production.

10.) Utilize an audio mixer during a television production.

11.) Demonstrate studio operations skills in a regularly-scheduled television program.

12.) Compare career options for the studio operations industry.

Examples: director, lighting technician, operations manager, technical engineer, satellite or microwave live truck operator

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