The SCAD television producing program is offered in Atlanta, one of the largest television markets in the United States. The SCAD Digital Media Center is an expansive 60,000-square-foot facility where students learn in a real-world studio environment. Television producers coordinate all production aspects, ranging from writing and cast hiring to shoot supervising and fact checking.
The industry environmentAt the DMC, students create dynamic productions in high-end television production sets and editing suites. Students preview the network television environment in their classes and use industry-standard equipment such as multi-camera studios and control-room operation boards. Television producing students learn story structure and production skills, and they participate in four field internships. Atlanta is home to CNN, Cartoon Network, FOX Sports, Cox Communications and The Weather Channel. SCAD students secure internships with these companies and others depending on their areas of interest.
Television producing is offered in Atlanta.
Professors in the SCAD television producing department have broad industry experience ranging from work on reality television and network newscasts to talk shows and scientific films. Television producing professors have garnered national broadcasting recognition and won Peabody and Emmy awards. As exemplars in the television field, SCAD professors empower television producers to create dynamic programming that entertains and informs audiences.
Careers in television producing
SCAD television producing students are prepared for vast career opportunities in the television and mass media industries. Television producers are the creative and managerial force behind on-air programming, many times guiding an idea from initial concept development through broadcast. SCAD equips television producing students with skills in field and studio production, business and public speaking to ensure their success in varying work assignments.