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Media courses are becoming increasingly popular in recent years, with much credit due to the rise of social media. There are many excellent options for media courses located in exciting destinations across the globe. Media courses may be pursued as a part of a degree, or for a diploma or certificate program. Common media courses include design, social media, news, film, media history, and media technology.

Professionals from many backgrounds often seek media courses, such as journalists, filmographers, photographers, graphic designers, marketing, and advertisers. It is a multidisciplinary field of study that has influence and reach into many different professional areas. There are several options for taking media courses and these often include online, distance learning, or a classroom setting.

Media courses are an excellent way to advance your career. You can learn skills and knowledge that will make you more competitive in the job market and more valuable as an employee. Search through the media courses below to learn more about your opportunities!

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High Performance Program Creative Copywriting

Barcelona School of Creativity
Campus Full time 500 hours September 2017 Spain Barcelona

They say that nobody reads, that we are immersed in a visual culture or the image is the universal language. Nevertheless, words, creative writing and copywriting remain the soul of advertising and profession. Are the words that sell. [+]

Best Course Studies in Media 2017. They say that nobody reads, that we are immersed in a visual culture or the image is the universal language. Nevertheless, words, creative writing and copywriting remain the soul of advertising and profession. Are the words that sell. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION You will learn to demonstrate that a word is worth a thousand pictures, everything, absolutely everything, it can be sold only in words. You will learn to capture consumer attention, to seduce him, to convince him. You will learn to master the techniques, media and languages. And you will make one book, your book, to show all that you are capable of. The program takes place over one academic year: three quarters, four hours a day Monday through Thursday, but also work in the school will have to devote more time to get the best results. Is your training, your book and your future that is at stake. THE AGENDA OF THE PROGRAM NARRATIVE You can call copywriter, editor, creative, communicator, but actually going to be a storyteller, someone who has to tell a story, an idea, a product. And it is essential to master the word, the story, the atmosphere, conflict, metaphor, pause ... You have to master the narrative. Only then will you get your ideas across accurately. SOME CONTENTS: The narrative rhythm of short stories - linguistic and resources Dudas - Structuring ideas - Monologue and dialogue - The adjectival - The choice of words - Display to write - write with credibility - The emotional charge of the text - The letter never wrote - Explore anger, guilt, tenderness or passion - How to hook the reader - Talk to different voices - copywriting One thing is to write and another very different, write ads. It is not the same as saying that seduce, pose that question, describe that suggest reason that convince. The text of an ad is the best seller of the company, the only one who can speak in person with millions of consumers. SOME CONTENTS: Read, read, read - Ideas, structure and words - Poetry and advertising - War typical topic - Live Words - Working with Bernbach - Claim, slogan and the base line - Copy and art, hand in hand - Argumentation and speech - translating is re - Winning festivals - need a book - Working freelance - ... COPYWRITING & MEDIA Audiovisual, graphics or digital, more and more media and supports they need the precise explanation, the seductive phrase, convincing argument. More and more opportunities for a good copywriter show that words sell. SOME CONTENTS: Thinking one spot - Exterior: seduce with minimum words - Voiceover and dialogues - What to do in a shoot - Layouts artless - Chocks mood - Writing scripts for television - Torture of banners - Online video - Headlines chained - Poming and perching - Write for Google - 140 bullets - Write on social networks - from TV to mobile - Branded content, the webdocumentary the event - Opportunities printing - Production of events and guerrilla - Plan content for social networks - CREATIVE AND PRODUCTION TOOLS no longer enough to know how to write to be a good copy. On many occasions and in many agencies to copy it's up to art director, photographer, filmmaker or editor of video, and it is essential to know the tools. In addition, nowadays know in depth the process of producing a spot, a website, a banner campaign, a post or even an advanced technology project is a must in an increasingly demanding and competitive environment. SOME CONTENTS: Dominate Ai, Id and Ps could save your life (and the book) - a model shoot and edit video - Production of a spot; agency, producer and director - digital production: from wireframes to the final product - Sound recording and wedges - Creating music for commercials - What makes a copy like me in a photo shoot like this ...? WORKSHOP CAMPAIGNS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BOOK Book, portfolio, reel, folder, reel, demo ... call it as you call it, it is the most important thing you have to do if you want to find work in an advertising agency. time to get to work with your partner in ideas, ads and campaigns has come. We expect real products and briefings, professional standards and, above all, many hours of work hand in hand with an art director. SOME CONTENTS: From local ideas to international campaigns - Criteria for selecting parts book - Integrated Campaigns - How to make complex ideas - Creating videocases - common errors in the book - explanatory Charts - Different formats book - How to get a job interview - Media and recommended supports - Campaign today for tomorrow - The book of double - CREATIVE WORKSHOP INNOVATION Technology has changed our lives forever influencing the culture, the economy, relations or communication. And, of course, advertising. In this workshop you will understand and master the new media technologies and formats. You'll practically using technologies like Arduino, Virtual Reality, 3D printing or gaming campaigns. there are no barriers to new creativity. And you, hand in hand with your creative partner, have ahead many sessions to prove it. SOME CONTENTS: Design Thinking and product innovation - Workshop Arduino and creative technologies - Experimenting with virtual reality - Campaigns mobile: generating useful and creative apps for brands - The virality and "snacking" content - 3D printing: shaping your ideas - Creating games that makes people want to produce and want to play- the transmedia campaigns - creative Facilities: guerrilla marketing effect "wow" - can the software be the idea of ​​a campaign ...? [-]

Filmmaking - Second year program

Prague Film School
Campus Full time September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The second year program aims to refine and broaden filmmaking skills through master classes and full-time work on professional film sets. The second year program is also oriented towards training talented students for the production of more substantial [+]

The second year program aims to refine and broaden filmmaking skills through master classes and full-time work on professional film sets. The second year program is also oriented towards training talented students for the production of more substantial projects, including the possibility of a feature-length film or a 90 minute trilogy shot in the second semester that can serve students as a calling card for the future. The first semester of the second year program is driven by master class workshops with visiting filmmakers, course work, consultations and film projects. The semester also incorporates preproduction and preparation for the films which will be shot and edited second semester. Elements of the first semester include: - Master production workshops: visiting filmmakers will lead 3-day to 2-week practical workshops covering directing the drama, working with actors, commercials and more. - Course work: covering art direction, location scouting, visualization, script analysis, working with actors, managing the production process, casting, rehearsals and more. - Seminars covering: Proper color grading, sound design using Pro Tools, work flow, CG- FX – as directors will be involved in the post production process of their films in the future and it is important to be knowledgeable about the repertoire of possibilities available. APPLICATION DEADLINE for Spring 2015 programs: December 8, 2014 for Year and Fall Semester programs: Early-Action Application Deadline: December 8, 2014 Final Application Deadline: February 23, 2015 Fees - Tuition Fee for PFS Year Program Graduates: 9,800 Euro - Tuition Fee, General: 12.900 - Equipment Fee: 900 Euro [-]

21st-century Digital Storytelling

Helsinki Summer School
Campus Full time 10 days August 2017 Finland Helsinki

This course aims to provide multiple channels for learner-driven knowledge creation by using digital storytelling as a tool. The course participants will be engaged in authentic experiences of how to design, implement and assess digital video stories. [+]

Best Course Studies in Media 2017. 21st-century Digital Storytelling ORGANISER: CICERO Learning & Media Education Research Centre, University of Helsinki Related Degree Programmes: Varhaiskasvatus DATES: 9.-18.8.2017 PRICES: 600-900 EUR Learn more CREDITS: 6 ECTS COORDINATOR: Professor Hannele Niemi Target students The course is intended for Master’s and doctoral students from several disciplines (such as the social sciences, education, the humanities and the natural sciences). Participants should have some experience of digital technologies and/or an interest to integrate the Internet and its services, and web-based environments for research and study purposes (e.g., for data collection, reflection, individual and collaborative work, etc.). Synopsis This course aims to provide multiple channels for learner-driven knowledge creation by using digital storytelling as a tool. The course participants will be engaged in authentic experiences of how to design, implement and assess digital video stories. They will learn 21st-century skills connected with the story creation and combine and develop different literacies and modalities. The course will also offer practice in how to use digital storytelling for research purposes and as a medium empowering learners of different ages and contexts. Also, we will be using a web-based environment where participants will upload, share and edit video stories for individual reflection and group work as well as online interaction and collaboration. Learning objectives Participants will develop 21st-century literacies and skills necessary for structuring digital stories in visual and textual format. In this way, they will be able to meet current scholarly and practical needs such as entering and sustaining dialogues related to their fields and studies actively, creatively and with a critical eye. Course format and teaching methods The course consists of lectures and workshops. During the course students will be involved in individual and group work. Means and criteria of assessment Pass/fail: based on active participation, group work and presentations, and learning diary [-]

Video Games Course

Inter-Dec College
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Canada Montreal

The Video Games program at Inter-Dec College develop the skills needed to follow every step required to produce a fully functional video game. From story conception to character design and controller [+]

Video Games Course

Learn to create your own video games with cutting edge animation technology!

The Video Games program at Inter-Dec College develop the skills needed to follow every step required to produce a fully functional video game. From story conception to character design and controller functions, students will master the latest software such as 3ds Max, Combustion, Zbrush, Photoshop, UDK and Nuke.

As a graduate, you will find work with organizations that specialize in creating, managing and producing high-tech projects. From feasibility studies to visual and audio elements of a project, the video games graduate can even use interactive script-writing techniques to enhance his work.... [-]


DHEC Production / Distribution - taught in FRENCH

ESRA - École Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle
Campus Full time September 2017 France Paris

Fournir aux étudiants de solides bases théoriques, en matière d’économie, de droit ou d’histoire du cinéma et de l’audiovisuel, qui leur permettront, au cours de leur future vie professionnelle, d’enrichir leur perception du métier et de faciliter la prise de décision. [+]

Best Course Studies in Media 2017. OBJECTIFS Fournir aux étudiants de solides bases théoriques, en matière d’économie, de droit ou d’histoire du cinéma et de l’audiovisuel, qui leur permettront, au cours de leur future vie professionnelle, d’enrichir leur perception du métier et de faciliter la prise de décision. Intégrer les étudiants sur le marché du travail par le biais de stages, en les rendant immédiatement opérationnels et, par conséquent, attractifs pour les recruteurs du secteur. Ceci est d’autant plus important qu’il s’agit d’un secteur fonctionnant essentiellement par réseaux. DEBOUCHES PROFESSIONNELS L’objectif de la formation concerne à court terme les métiers de chargé ou assistant de production au sein d’une société de production de cinéma, assistant de programmation dans une grande chaîne hertzienne ou chargé d’études pour une autorité de régulation telle que le CSA. A terme, ils pourront envisager de travailler comme programmateur ou responsable marketing chez un distributeur de cinéma, responsable éditorial au sein d’une chaîne de télévision ou encore directeur des acquisitions pour un diffuseur, etc... PUBLICS CONCERNES Le Département des Hautes Etudes Cinématographiques s’adresse à des étudiants de niveau Bac+3, titulaires d’une Licence ou d’un diplôme de Grande Ecole, comme par exemple aux étudiants diplômés de l’ESRA. Les candidats doivent témoigner d’un intérêt marqué pour les professions du secteur cinématographique et audiovisuel. Ils devront fournir une lettre de motivation et un CV, et passer un entretien de motivation. [-]

Graduate Certificate in Digital Media

The University of Newcastle, GradSchool (Online)
Campus or Online Full time May 2017 Australia Newcastle

The Graduate Certificate in Digital Media is the stepping stone to explore, develop and learn multiple skills. The innovative teaching and unique approach means you’ll be able to critically analyse digital media design. The program focuses on hands-on practical work applied to real world projects as well as the latest software. [+]

Technology is continually advancing, permeating our environments and affecting how we interact with the world. As society increasingly relies on technology ranging from interaction and digital TV to personal devices including phones and game consoles and with ongoing advancement expected, the demand for technical experts continues to grow. The Graduate Certificate in Digital Media at the University of Newcastle has been designed to develop professional digital media skills and knowledge to be applied to almost any field, providing the stepping stone to a new career or to enhance you’re the one you are already in. You will explore a range of progressive subjects including digital video, 3D modelling animation and rendering, computer games design and much more. It will enhance your knowledge and encourage and embrace your creativity, whist providing you with the practical skills to translate ideas to reality. At the completion of your studies you will be able to offer more in your current role or seek new positions in the areas of website design, animation, digital post-production, digital visual effects production and post-production supervision. Our advanced online learning system provides you with the flexibility and support to study anytime, anywhere to balance work, life and study. You can achieve your Graduate Certificate in Digital Media at a time that suits you. Is it for you? Would you like to possess the skills and knowledge to develop new and innovative digital media technology? The University of Newcastle’s Graduate Certificate in Digital Media has been designed to enhance the digital media skills and knowledge of individuals from a vast range of disciplines. At the end of the program you will have developed a comprehensive portfolio of work in your chosen speciality enabling you to visually present your skills to a prospective employer. Delivered online, you will explore courses such as design, project planning and management, music and the internet, digital video, narrative and interactive design. The University of Newcastle is the only university to provide this program entirely online, offering you complete flexibility. Career Pathways Digital media is a rapidly changing environment, continuously evolving to meet increasing expectations for continual improvement and enhancement. This innovative program explores pathways into a range of careers across digital media technology, from web and interactive media development, digital media industries, computer games and CGI effects development to consultancy, education and more. Requiring the successful completion of 40 units (4 courses), you will be provided with a solid foundation to begin exploring careers in digital media. If you are interested in a more comprehensive learning experience, you may want to consider the Master of Digital Media. Specialisations The University of Newcastle has worked to develop a contemporary program geared around the theoretical and practical application of the technical and design aspects of digital media. The Graduate Certificate in Digital Media will provide you with practical expertise using the most current software tools to enhance your learning experience. Considered to be a stepping stone to explore, develop and learn multiple skills, the program will develop your ability to critically analyse digital media design and apply the acquired knowledge across a range of work environments. The innovative teaching and unique approach focuses on hands-on practical work that can be applied to real world projects as well as the latest software. The program can be tailored to suit your individual interests with a range of courses to choose from. Here are a few examples: eCulture and audiences digital video narrative and interactive design computer games production music and the internet 3D modelling animation and rendering. Admission Requirements Admission to the Graduate Certificate in Digital Media (Program Code 12387) will be based on studen’s academic qualifications as follows: Students will have an AQF Level 5 Diploma in a discpline not related to Digital Media and also have a minimum of four (4) years demonstrable RPL in a Digial Media related area, or; Students will have an AQF Level 5 Diploma in Digital Media or related discpline and also have a minimum of three (3) years demonstrable RPL in a Digial Media related area, or; Students will have an AQF Level 6 Advanced Diploma or Associate Degree in a discpline not related to Digital Media and also have a minimum of two (2) years demonstrable RPL in a Digial Media related area, or; Students will have an AQF Level 6 Advanced Diploma or Associate Degree in Digital Media or related discpline and also have a minimum of one (1) year demonstrable RPL in a Digial Media related area, or; Students will have an AQF Level 7 Bachelor Degree in a discpline not related to Digital Media and also have a minimum of one (1) year demonstrable RPL in a Digial Media related area. Students must apply to the Program Convenor for recognition of relevant RPL. RPL applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Minimum English Language Proficiency Requirements Applicants who do not speak English as a first language must demonstrate that they meet the University's English proficiency requirement. Further information regarding English language proficiency requirements can be found at the English Language Proficiency for Admission Policy at http://www.newcastle.edu.au/about-uon/governance-and-leadership/policy-library/document?RecordNumber=D15/15438 [-]

Top Program In Community Manager

Spain Business School
Online & Campus Combined January 2017 Spain Madrid

The Senior Community Manager Program is aimed at all those who want to manage and strategically position your brand, or your company on the Internet, and become the helm of the digital presence of companies on social networks ... [+]

Best Course Studies in Media 2017. Who should attend: The Community Manager is one of the most demanded profiles today by companies, as is the professional manager on the Internet to build, manage and administer the online community around a brand, creating and maintaining stable and lasting relationships, both with users interested in the brand and its customers. The Senior Community Manager Program is aimed at all those who want to manage and strategically position your brand, or your company on the Internet, and become the helm of the digital presence of companies on social networks. Objectives: Know the main social networks that exist and know how to handle the necessary tools to manage them efficiently. Knowing the digital consumer and their needs. Analyze the behavior of users on each site. Acquire the necessary communication skills that are needed to develop the work of Community Manager. agenda: MODULE 1: technological and legal environment MODULE 2: Digital Consumer MODULE 3: Introduction Social Media Marketing MODULE 4: Community Manager MODULE 5: Community Manager on Facebook MODULE 6: Community Manager on Twitter MODULE 7: Community Manager on Instagram MODULE 8: Community Manager LinkedIn MODULE 9: Community Manager on Google+ MODULE 10: Communication Skills MODULE 11: Social Media Analytics MODULE 12: END OF PROGRAM outstanding teachers: Miguel Angel Florido - CEO Marketing and Web and blogger. Andrés Arias - Global Social Media & Strategy at BBVA. Join Myriam - Social Media Manager in Pop Up Brand Content Cláudio Inácio - Social Media Consultant, Community Manager and Blogger Karen Moctezuma - Social Media Manager at Ubisoft Other data of interest: The profile of the Community Manager is one of the most demanded today by all types of businesses. Online tutored methodology allows you to study any of the 24 hours a day, every day of the year. The courses have a strong audiovisual component that facilitates learning. Teachers are recognized experts in companies active in the sector. The case method helps students to understand and be able to apply specific situations very similar to those that can live in their working life cases. Training can be funded by the Tripartite Foundation. You can fund the program in installments, without interest. The syllabi are designed and taught by recognized professionals in the field. Title: Spain own title Business School. [-]

Award in Digital Learning for Educators Level 4

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 20 weeks September 2017 United Kingdom London

The Level 4 Award in Digital Learning for Educators is a part-time course that will introduce you to a range of learning technologies. The course will help you to develop the skills you need to plan your courses to incorporate learning technologies into your teaching and empower your [+]

Learn how to become a teacher on part-time teaching qualifications. Your teaching career is in safe hands when you study with us. Our results speak for themselves. The success rates for most of our courses are higher than the national benchmark. Courses are offered with City and Guilds, Cambridge ESOL and Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU), these were graded Outstanding at CCCU’s recent Ofsted inspection. There are many reasons why teaching is an increasingly popular choice of career for a wide range of skilled and talented people. Teaching is one of the most rewarding professions and provides you with the opportunity to interact with people of all ages and backgrounds, it offers fantastic career prospects and development opportunities in addition to competitive financial benefits. Kensington and Chelsea College offers courses that will help you to progress into teaching and develop your skills for the classroom. We offer teaching courses for those who are looking to teach English to Speakers of other Languages or for those who would like to teach in the lifelong learning sector. All programmes will enable students to progress towards Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) and open the gate to employment in the teaching of adults. Course Overview The Level 4 Award in Digital Learning for Educators is a part-time course that will introduce you to a range of learning technologies. The course will help you to develop the skills you need to plan your courses to incorporate learning technologies into your teaching and empower your learners to become digitally literate. The FELTAG report and research have identified a number of factors that so far have prevented the large-scale adoption and innovative use of new and emerging digital technologies. This course aims to eliminate these difficulties and make it easier for educators to transform and enhance learning using technology. The course is assessed and delivered through a variety of blended learning approaches, together with face-to-face and e-learning. Who the Course if for? Anyone presently employed as a trainer/teacher/lecturer who aspires to integrate learning technologies into the classroom. Entry Requirements Competent ICT skills and the ability to demonstrate these. A good level of English (equivalent to level 2 – qualification not essential) Course Content The award comprises four units and has a value of 11 credits. Units will include: Curriculum Delivery Using Learning Technology Curriculum Planning for the Use of Learning Technologies Developing Digital Skills and a Learning Technology Toolkit Learning Technology in the Context of Teaching and Learning Campus: Kensington or Chelsea Centre Times: Tue 17:30 - 21:00 OR Times: Thu 13:00 - 16:30 [-]

FdA in Media Production

University of Bolton
Campus Full time 2 - 3 years August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

FdA Media Production is a practical course that will provide you with an in-depth knowledge of working on multi-platform channels in the media sector. You will learn about content integration across a rang..e of media channels, including animation, broadcasting (film, TV and radio), visual communications (graphics, photography and design), and games and interactive media (websites, mobile phone productions and the like). [+]

Best Course Studies in Media 2017. Media Production - FdA (Foundation Degree) FdA Media Production is a practical course that will provide you with an in-depth knowledge of working on multi-platform channels in the media sector. You will learn about content integration across a range of media channels, including animation, broadcasting (film, TV and radio), visual communications (graphics, photography and design), and games and interactive media (websites, mobile phone productions and the like). If you are just starting out, or if you are already working in the industry as a freelancer or with a production company, developing your cross-platform skills and knowledge will be a major factor in a successful media career. This programme offers you a unique opportunity to develop your understanding and applied knowledge of current media production practices in which the full range of creative formats are used. You will study the broader background of the creative industries and develop your own creativity. You can study for the degree on either a full or part-time basis. Students who successfully complete the foundation degree and have suitable profiles may progress to a top-up course leading to a BA (Honours) degree at the University of Bolton. About the course We specialise in degree courses tailored to meet employers' needs and you will work on live briefs, with work placements that may be off campus. For the rest of the course you will be based at the University. You will carry out a work placement to help you gain employability skills. You will learn through a mix of classroom-based sessions (face-to-face and online), work-experience and work-based learning (which includes being mentored in your workplace), private study, negotiated learning and assessment plans, assignment work and tutorials. Special features You will be working on live project briefs, commissioned by local companies, with fixed production deadlines. This context will ensure you develop applied skills and experience that are directly relevant to your career development. Teaching staff on the course have substantial experience as they are professionals who have worked, and continue to work, in the media production sector. The flexible structure of the programme means you can choose to study for the full foundation degree or you can take individual modules as standalone courses, for which you will be awarded professional development credits. You will learn about working in a multiplatform environment so you can become more effective in the changing media workplace. What you will learn You will learn the fundamentals of creative thinking and develop strategies and methods to enhance your creativity and generate ideas. You will consider the mechanics of narrative convention, story, structure and character, and the different formats used in the creative industries. You will study the broader background of the creative industries looking at their structure and the types of roles and opportunities available. You will consider different aspects of working in the sector, and develop the pitching and presentation skills which are essential for starting or developing your career and for dealing with potential funding agencies. In addition, over the course of the degree, you will develop your knowledge and practical skills in a particular creative field through your specialist pathway. What you will study You will study ten core modules and four specialist pathway modules. You will choose your specialist pathway from one of the following – animation, broadcasting, visual communications, games or interactive and multi-platform production. Level HE4 Scholarship; Story to Screen; Production Skills; Creative Broadcasting and Digital Culture: Understanding Multiplatform Genres and Audiences. Level HE5 Employability and Enterprise; Advanced Production Skills; Client Commission; Independent Production Project; Independent Practitioner; Work Placement. Entry requirements 160 UCAS points from at least one, but preferably two, A2-levels (or equivalent) in any subjects. You should also have five GCSEs at grade C or above (or equivalent) including English. You will be required to attend an interview and provide a portfolio of appropriate work. If English is not your first language you will also normally need IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent). If you do not have the required English level, you can study English with us from IELTS 4.0 (or equivalent). [-]

Course - Broadcasting for Radio & TV

VanArts
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Canada Vancouver

Your journey to getting on-air begins in the Broadcasting for Radio & Television program offered through Columbia Academy [+]

Course - Broadcasting for Radio & TV

 

News, sports, music, talk; there’s nothing about radio you don’t love.Your journey to getting on-air begins in the Broadcasting for Radio & Television program offered through Columbia Academy broadcasting school at VanArts.  You’ll start on-air while you’re studying, by filling some of the 600 available hours of on-air time at the broadcasting school’s campus radio station. Our instructors are well-respected radio veterans with decades of experience in both broadcasting and production, and they’ll share the tricks of the trade.Your hands-on practice teaches you how to handle yourself on-air, along with important skills like commercial production, copywriting, programming, music direction and promotions. Then, when you graduate from broadcasting school, you’ll be talking like a pro, backed with a diploma plus real-world experience. Radio stations look for career-ready on-air talent, reporters, anchors, traffic and weather personalities and audio production professionals—like you.... [-]


Course Social Media Manager

CICE La Escuela Profesional de Nuevas Tecnologías
Campus Full time October 2017 Spain Madrid

In the new era of social media, we can see the figure of two leading professionals such as Social Media and Community Manager [+]

Best Course Studies in Media 2017. In the new era of social media, we can see the figure of two leading professionals such as Social Media Manager and Community Manager. The Community Manager is the one professional profile on which rests the responsibility of the management of a particular community or business platform, where you listen, be the voice of the brand and get the commitment and participation of its members as its main objective, being its much more targeted and focused on aspects of community work. This curriculum prepares you as a Professional Social Media Manager, professional profile that requires skills in time management, organization, flexibility and a delicate balance between creativity and structure. Your goal will be to develop market research, assess user behavior, trends, etc, the segmentation of the public, create the strategic plan, goals and budget, setting the actions to be performed by the Community Manager. You will learn to interpret and analyze the analytical reports, establishing process changes if necessary, leading extreme situations such as reputational crisis, being the contact person with other company departments to coordinate and control the use of social networks as the strategy defined. [-]

6 Month one-on-one Broadcasting Course inside a real radio station or media company

The Radio Connection
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time 6 months Open Enrollment USA Los Angeles + 1 more

With our unique program, you do not spend one single day in a classroom! The radio station or media company is your “classroom”, and a real radio professional is your teacher and mentor. You will be the only student in the class! [+]

WE TRAIN YOU AS AN APPRENTICE (EXTERN) INSIDE A REAL RADIO STATION OR MEDIA COMPANY! When you are accepted into our program, you will apprentice (extern) inside a real radio station, TV station or other media outlet in the location where you live (or another locale, if you so choose). You receive private, one-on-one instruction from a vastly experienced broadcast professional. This person is actually making a living in broadcasting. You will follow our structured course curriculum. You will receive homework. You will receive plenty of hands-on training in the studio. With our unique program, you do not spend one single day in a classroom! The radio station or media company is your “classroom”, and a real radio professional is your teacher and mentor. You will be the only student in the class! At the Radio Connection, you will be gaining a lot more experience than just how to work at a radio station. When you train one-on-one with a broadcasting professional, you'll learn communications skills that can transfer you into many different realms of broadcasting, from radio to television, and even the growing field of Internet streaming and YouTube hosting. Our comprehensive curriculum covers everything you need to become a 21st-century broadcasting professional. It's also why our curriculum is flexible to fit your goals and interests, whether you want to be a radio DJ, voiceover talent, news anchor, sportscaster, or even host your own Internet show! The best thing about the Radio Connection curriculum is that you never have to go it alone. Your mentor will be there to support you every step of the way. You'll gain knowledge one-on-one from a highly experienced broadcasting professional, and all your learning will take place on-the-job in a real broadcasting facility. You will learn at your own speed, and you can ask your mentor countless questions! WHAT IS THE CURRICULUM LIKE? Our Radio Connection program is 6 months long, with an intensive mixture of homework, practice, and assisting your mentor on-the-job. Here's just a taste of what you'll learn: 1. History of broadcasting 2. FCC rules and regulations 3. Breathing and voice exercises 4. Speech training 5. Copy and commercial writing 6. News broadcasting 7. Sports announcing 8. Public service announcements 9. Disc jockey announcing 10. Preparing your resume 11. Preparing your audition recording 12. Television broadcasting 13. YouTube hosting 14. …and much more! MENTORSHIP Larry King recently told the world on camera the following: "To break into radio or broadcasting you need to be inside the door of a real radio station or media company." At the Radio Connection, all of our students learn inside a real radio station or media company from a professional. Students are mentored individually and experience the business and creative of broadcasting from the professionals. CONNECTIONS Connections are the key to having a career in this industry. Connections are what make the world go round. Connections are what get you hired or what gets you your own show. LOCATIONS We are located everywhere in nearly every city in the United States and we will place you as an apprentice (extern) in a radio station or media company that suits your career goals. You must already have the right to live and work in the United States. This course does not qualify for a international student VISA. International Students need not apply. HOSTING Would you like to make top money as a YouTube host? Or is TV your ultimate goal? Or maybe you're just dying to be the next radio sensation like Stern, Seacrest, or Limbaugh? Let us show you how to enhance your skills and monetize your passion. WHAT DOES IT COST, AND WHAT DO I GET FOR THE MONEY? The cost of our 6-month apprenticeship (externship) course is $8800 if paid in full, $9800 total if you select one of our financing options. There are absolutely no hidden fees or surprise costs; everything you need in order to graduate is included in this one fee, including: Our structured course curriculum , One-on-one instruction with a mentor, a broadcasting pro who specializes in your area of interest, All books and materials are included, Unlimited free tutoring, Your own web page , Training in marketing yourself through social media, Up to 12 months of job placement assistance upon graduation. [-]

Advanced Digital Media Strategies

IESE Business School, University of Navarra - Executive Education Department: Short Focused Programs
Campus Part time 3 days November 2017 USA New York

In Advanced Digital Media Strategies (ADMS), world-class faculty, and media and entertainment industry experts will guide you through actual industry cases. They will show you... [+]

What's Your Digital Strategy? If you don't have one, your business might not have a future.

From Apple's iPhone to Amazon's Kindle to online sites like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, digital innovations are transforming the way consumers act and think, and how media and entertainment businesses operate.

If you want to stay in the game, you need to capitalize on these changes, and seize opportunities where others see obstacles.

In Advanced Digital Media Strategies (ADMS), world-class faculty, and media and entertainment industry experts will guide you through actual industry cases. They will show you how some companies have prospered by embracing elegant digital strategies and others have failed by ignoring the digital danger warning signs.... [-]


FdA Media Make-up

Somerset College
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Taunton

Want to be a professional make-up artist, working in places like English National Opera and West End theatres, or the BBC and ITV, and on major film productions with directors like Steven Spielberg, Tim Burton and Danny Boyle? [+]

Course Description Want to be a professional make-up artist, working in places like English National Opera and West End theatres, or the BBC and ITV, and on major film productions with directors like Steven Spielberg, Tim Burton and Danny Boyle? That’s exactly what our graduates have gone on to achieve, and with this course under your belt, there’s every chance for you to follow suit. This unique programme will give you: - An in-depth understanding of the media make-up industry. - Insight into the role of make-up artists in relation to stage, TV and film, fashion editorial and promotional shoots. - The skills and creative flair to use make-up to express emotions, transform faces and portray character. - The technical and artistic skills for complete make-up transformations. - The research skills required to ensure the quality and accuracy of character portrayal. - Skills in the art of hair work, character development, body painting, postiche (wig-making) and prosthetics. - A comprehensive portfolio of work to show prospective employers. - The opportunity to undertake work-based learning and live projects in the media world. Teaching and Assessment Our specialist staff have extensive knowledge of the industry, along with the experience and expertise to guide you as you develop your skills set. The FdA is modular in design, and assessment is continuous, by means of coursework. You will complete written assignments, journals and design presentations, as well as undertaking regular practical projects. You will also attend lectures and workshops and develop your research skills in an area of particular interest to you. Students are encouraged to specialise in a particular make-up discipline and develop their skills in that area. As a result, you can expect to graduate from the course with a strong portfolio in your chosen field. Progression Opportunities Once the FDA has been completed, students can go onto the top up year BA (Hons) Media Make Up. Career Progression Because this course equips you with high-level practical skills, there is every chance of securing work upon graduation. Our students take up roles within theatre, television and film production companies, as well as working with make-up agencies in fashion and editorial. The Certificate of Higher Education (CertHE) This is the first stage of the Foundation degree programme and is a nationally recognised award in its own right. For more information please see page 6. Entry Requirements Applicants require a National Diploma in Production Arts (Media Make-up) or an Art and Design MPP profile or similar. Alternatively, a Foundation Diploma in Art and Design or A2/AS Level including Art (minimum 160 points including 80 points at A2 Level) or AVCE Double Award Arts and Design (minimum grade CC) or Advanced Diploma or Access Certificate in Art and Design will suffice. Our students are also required to have five GCSEs, to include English language to a minimum of Grade C. Applicants will be invited to interview, to which they are expected to bring a portfolio displaying at least ten pieces of original work. [-]

BA Semester Courses in Digital Media Production (Hons)

Arts University Bournemouth - Arts Study Abroad Programs
Campus Part time 10 - 30 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom Poole

The media industry has seen enormous change in recent years and digital technology is now an integral part of almost every aspect of media production. As a consequence the 21st century media designer must be a confident and [+]

BA (Hons) Semester Courses in Digital Media ProductionThe media industry has seen enormous change in recent years and digital technology is now an integral part of almost every aspect of media production. As a consequence the 21st century media designer must be a confident and informed user of this technology. Whether it be in the production of intuitive DVD menus, exciting video content for a viral marketing campaign, producing motion graphics for advertising or VJ’ing solutions, or using the web to promote the latest film releases, students on this course will be working at the forefront of digital media production.The course offers an exciting opportunity to study the broad range of digital media technologies available today including video, sound, streaming media, 3D computer graphics, viral and performance video and newly developing technologies.... [-]