262MC The Brief
262MC Assessment – The module assignment
|Module Leader||Karen Arrand|
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|Introduction||Thursday 113th October 2011|
|Artefact Screenings||Thursday 15th December||
Mandatory attendance for all
|Assessment hand-in||THURSDAY 1st December 2011||Please hand-in blog address form to reception 8.30am-4pm|
THE BRIEF : “The Format”
The Brief detail
You are required to submit 2 artifacts over the course of this module.
In your TV Team you will produce 1x 7-10minute TV ENTERTAINMENT format suitable for broadcast
And in your Radio Team you will produce 1×5-7min Radio format – UNDISCOVERED COVENTRY suitable for broadcast.
Your artifacts must explore the concept of a format. Both radio and tv must be a properly produced and include a title and credit sequence. Each team must also submit a 30 second trailer (advert) for their programme.
All work must show your professionalism, creativity and attention to detail. Sound and picture quality must be to broadcast standard. All content must be appropriate for a general audience suitable for all ages. (Excessive swearing, references to drugs, sex or violence will lose you marks). You can incorporate pre-recorded items into your final programme and you can edit your programme after your recording session.
Webcasting – demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of webcasting. Upload your artefacts to a online broadcast provider (Vimeo- class site). You must upload your finished artefact online to the screenings on 15th December 2011.
Process and Development. Including all your production workings (ie sketches, drafts, schedules, scripts, storyboards, treatments) and evidence of how your ideas and knowledge have developed through the module . You can link to external sources but you must explain why you have done so.
Research. Including all sources of inspiration and stimulation that have helped you. You can link to external sources but you must explain why you have done so. Plus all Sources – References must be in HARVARD STYLE.
Analysis. Including your individual thoughts and analysis. Remember to include your research and analysis of modern broadcasting and give full written and referenced consideration to formats production.
Evaluation and Reflection. Include Problems and Solutions using difficulties encountered and how you overcame them as well as your Unique contribution. Including details of your input to the group, ability to work within a team and quality of editorial judgement. Also include an evaluation of the production and your role within it.
Blog summary- At the end of the module provide full critical reviews summarizing and evaluating your work and progress through the module.