CTPR 409: Practicum in Television Production is a laboratory course that works directly with Trojan Vision to produce shows. It is supervised by Professor Joel Parker and run by veterans of the course such as Student Assistant Monisha Dadlani.
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CTPR 409, “The Trojan Vision class” turns students into television producers who put real shows on-the-air. Assuming you have no studio experience, they teach everything- how to work a camera, generate graphics, direct a show, book guests, run audio, and brief hosts. There are even on-camera opportunities. Class times are flexible and designed to be built around your other commitments.
Through the USC School of Cinematic Arts, the class can be taken for 2-4 units per semester and can be taken multiple times. It is offered every fall and spring semester. See the official schedule of classes for more details.