The British Academy for Training and Development presents this course (TV Journalism and Reporting) to all professionals wishing to develop their skills and gain more experience in Media and TV journalism.

TV Reporter works as both a journalist and a commentator, being more of a general speaker, reporting on events and breaking news for Newspapers, Radio Stations, News Casting Shows, in TV Stations. A news casting is a periodical article that covers specific events and stories allowing their audience to receive news and information related to the specific event in informative method, either in the local, regional, or international context.  A Newscaster is the person who reads the news scripts, in the final stage of the news casting process. It is better for the newscaster to participate in in the pre-news casting stages, by editing or participating in the preparation process of news, this concept is known in the news agencies as the Editor- Newscaster, as the newscaster holds a great responsibility, since his task is not only a regular job to be done, but it depends basically on the passion for learning and the psychological readiness and openness for new perspectives and information. There is also a variety of elements behind the audience relationship with the newscaster, most important of which is the person who reads the news scripts, many of newscasters have the perfect ability to eye contact with the audience, but many newscasters read news scripts without looking at the camera, which results to boredom of the audience. The problem was solved long time ago by using the Teleprompter, which is very useful in maintaining eye communication between the newscaster and the home audience, where newscaster reads the script and looks at the camera at the same time.

Objectives and target group

The British Academy for Training and Development provides this course for the following categories:

  • Directors and owners of TV stations.
  • Field Reporters.
  • Chief Editorial staff of TV Stations.
  • New perople wishing to launch their career in the Media Industry.
  • TV Broadcasters and Newscasters of all topics (Economic/ Political/ Entertainment).
  • Editorial staff and professionals in charge of processing newsletters.
  • Staff in the Editorial Management.
  • Students of Media Departments.
  • Government spokespersons.

How participants will benefit from the course:

After completion of the Course program, trainees will be able to master the following:

  • Acquiring new experiences in TV Journalism industry.
  • Acquiring new skills in TV Reporting process.
  • Training on News Casting, Reporting, and Coverage.
  • Training on methods of communication with information sources.
  • Training on self-control and vocal performance.
  • Detailed knowledge of the basics of conduct while on Camera/ On Air.
  • Learning the basics of TV broadcasting.
  • Acquiring necessary experience in News Casting.
  • Overcoming the fear of being on Camera.

Course Content

  • Media and its significant role in knowledge and truth
  • TV Journalism and their important role in our daily lives.
  • Vocal Performance and techniques, and the effective application thereof.
  • Self-Control and its important roles in TV industry.
  • Vocal Performance and techniques, and the effective application thereof.
  • Strategies for TV Journalism and Broadcasting.
  • Preparing various Programs and News Casting.
  • Presentation Skills of TV Reporting Broadcasts.
  • Preparation and editing skills of TV Material before being presented in the Report.
  • Most effective idea creation methods.
  • Developing and defining your TV Reporting Personality.
  • Skills of persuasive and compelling TV Reporter and Journalism.

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Course Cost

Note / Price varies according to the selected city

Members NO. : 1
£2900 / Member

Members NO. : 2 - 3
£2320 / Member

Members NO. : + 3
£1885 / Member

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