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Radio and Television Production

abril 1, 2021
NSQE produccion de radio y television Radio and Television Production

The study of Radio and Television Production form professionals who make it possible to air each program through the recognized behind the camera.

The Radio and Television Production career is aimed at those who prefer create original audiovisual content and take control so that programs run as planned. The new communication media in recent years increased the possibility of storing, disseminating and transmitting content, applying different editing techniques to image and sound.

The place occupied by the professional is no longer limited to traditional media, but encompasses audiovisual production and direction. The Radio and Television Producer combines available resources, takes advantage of digital media and shows empathy with those who listen or watch his programs. He is capable of coordinating and supervising tasks, directing projects, evaluating and scripting, working under pressure, and can handle unforeseen events in real time when it comes to live shows.

The professional in Radio and Television Production has the ability to create content that adapts to the medium, knows what the audience is looking for in their programs and applies their knowledge to achieve those goals. You can carry out your work as a content director, participate in the editing area either on radio or television and apply your knowledge on websites.

Radio and Television Production

Advantages and disadvantages

The advantage to study Radio and Television Production are:

  • A daily routine is not followed, but creativity and innovation are valued.
  • Wide job opportunity.
  • Possibility of creating your own audiovisual content.
  • Knowledge of the latest technologies in image and sound editing.
  • Ideal for those who enjoy behind the scenes.

The disadvantages of the career are:

  • Labor resources are often expensive.
  • Long hours of content editing.
  • Economic remuneration is not always good.
  • Possible stressful situations when it comes to live shows.
  • The editorial line of a radio or television program can limit creativity.