Students deciding to enter the field of Digital Media Technology are introduced to basic concepts of video creation and production for all formats. Instruction is provided in Adobe Creative Cloud applications, including Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, Dreamweaver, Light Studio and Photoshop. Students will be exposed to the basics of pre-production and post-production, as well as special effects creation.  Students receive instruction in recording ethics requirements and the laws that govern intellectual property.

  • Demonstrate industry approved safety practices for equipment setup during live events
  • Explore career opportunities in the Digital Media Technology field
  • Create a storyboard prior to filming
  • Develop special effects for media using industry standard software applications
  • Demonstrate effective use of recording and mixing software and hardware for student projects
  • Create audio and video files for broadcast and for social media
  • Demonstrate understanding of intellectual property and copyright laws
  • OSHA 10 General Industry
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Avid Pro Tools
  • Adobe Premiere

Precision Exams

• Radio and Television Announcers
• Audio and Video Equipment Technicians
• Broadcast Technicians
• Sound Engineering Technicians
• Film and Video Editors
• Media and Communication Equipment Workers

  • Howell Cheney, Manchester
  • Ella T. Grasso, Groton
  • J.M. Wright, Stamford

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