Adverts & Promotional Shorts
University of Westminster
Area of Study
Radio/Television/Film, Television Studies
Taught In English
4TVPR003W Introduction to Television Production or equivalent
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units6
Hours & Credits
*Note that this module requires a minumum GPA of 3.00
Students engage with the concept of promotional video content encompassing the production of corporate, advertising, Third sector, viral, and public information films. The emphasis is on creative ideas development through group brainstorming sessions. Students are encouraged to source ‘Live Briefs’ building opportunities to engage with the commercial world. Students develop ideas across the 6 weeks and conclude the module producing a promotional film or advertisement for an identified client to a negotiated length, most commonly 30 seconds. This module offers students rich opportunities to develop their PDP skills as they build Media and Commercial contacts.
Assessment: Practical Work (30%), Practical Work (30%), Coursework (40%)
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