• Television Production
     
    Hello and welcome to Television Production at Hamilton High School. The goal of the program is to create television programming serving Hamilton High School and the surrounding community. Students have the opportunity to learn basic television techniques as well as learning the top of the line industry standard software and equipment.
     
    Television Productions at Hamilton has two weekly shows focusing on news and sports, Husky Nation News and SportsDrill respectively. All shows are on Husky TV- Channel 31 and is broadcasts throughout Husky Nation. You may also catch sporting events on our webstream channel, www.livestream.com/ husky_tvaz.
     
    We are proud to announce our partnership with KPNX Channel 12 and the Walter Cronkite School of Broadcast at Arizona State University. The ability to learn and be advised by industry leaders has enhanced the program at Hamilton. Please feel free to make an appointment to see all the exciting action going on in Husky Nation.
     
    Multimedia and Film I
    Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12   ~    Full Year
    1 Credit   
    Fee Required 
       This is an exciting hands-on class that provides the student with the fundamental concepts of video production. Students learn how to operate digital video cameras, video mixers, audio mixers and other studio equipment. Students will film on and off campus to complete assignments and projects. Students will edit video using Macintosh computers and non-linear editing software to develop their videos into short films, commercials, and documentaries. Students also view current and classic films to learn about filming concepts and techniques. After the completion of this course students will be ready to move right into Multimedia and Film II and/or Media TV Production.  
     
    Multimedia and Film II
    Grades: 10, 11, 12   ~    Full Year
    1 Credit   ~   May be offered for dual Credit 
    Prerequisite: Multimedia and Film I ~ Fee Required 
       Students enrolled in this course will build on their production experience by producing news programs, commercials, public service announcements, highlight reels and fiction pieces among other projects. Students will also work on developing their own personal production styles. In addition students will learn how to perform live event production. Students will learn how to operate a Tri-caster and how to live-stream events via the Internet. They will learn techniques of field production including, pre-production, production, and post-production. This could include producing student athletic events, student performing art events, and/or other school events. This course requires out of classroom participation including after school, evening, and Saturdays. 
     
     
    Multimedia and Film III
    Grades: 11, 12   ~    Full Year
    1 Credit   ~   May be offered for dual Credit 
    Prerequisite: Multimedia and Film II ~ Fee Required 
       Students enrolled in this course will explore the enormous possibilities of creative television. They will produce projects for themselves, other students, other teachers and the administration. They will develop their skills while mastering many of the editing features of a computer-based editing system. Students will also explore the television industry as a potential career. Some after-school taping of events will be required. In addition students will build on their live event production experience from Multimedia and Film II. This course requires out of classroom participation including after school, evening, and Saturdays. 
     
     For more information contact Wade Fadness at fadness.wade@cusd80.com or 480-883-5061
     
     
     
     

     

Last Modified on October 19, 2018