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"From massive IMAX screens at international film festivals to the smallest screen in your pocket or on your wrist, the need for high quality, well-produced content has never been greater.
In the Radio, Television and Film program at San Diego City College, you'll get hands-on, technical experience working with the latest industry equipment to give you the skills to produce a wide range of content in preparation for transfer to a four-year institution or the careers of today and the future.
RTVF encompasses the fields of film, radio, broadcast news and multimedia production. The fields include all aspects of creation and production both behind and in front of cameras and microphones. You'll become knowledgeable in all aspects of the creation and production process while learning how to problem-solve efficiently and communicate your ideas effectively." -- Description from "Radio and Television," San Diego City College website, accessed July 22nd, 2020.
Image:Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported "Sony camera head w/Betacam SP dock recorder. Photo taken by grm_wnr on Feb. 17 2005."
Before you start searching, you must identify relevant key terms for your topic. Below are a few examples of key terms to try for radio, film, and TV:
|Mass Media||Story Board||News Reporting|
|Nielsen Ratings||Staging||Media Ethics|
Here a few examples of radio, film, and TV-related search terms that you can use to find items in the library catalog. Note that adding the word "AND" will combine the key terms to give a narrower set of results:
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Need some help with figuring out a research topic or the research process in general? We have guides for those too!
*OneSearch doesn't show you everything! Some databases, like those from EBSCO, are not included so you will need to search them separately.
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