Broadcast PerformanceEMB 153
Prerequisite: READING LEVEL 3 and WRITING LEVEL 3. Introduces students to broadcast performance. Emphasizes presentations before microphones and cameras. Examines dress, movement, make-up, lighting, and delivery in such major performance situations as interviews, discussions, newscasts, commercials, and product demonstrations. (30-30)
Outcomes and Objectives
Demonstrate evidence of proficiency in the following skills through a variety of on air situations to match their talents with appropriate production.
- Explain the profession of broadcast entertaining.
- Apply professional voice usage.
- Practice script reading, i.e., commercial announcement, newscast, etc.
- Give examples of nonverbal communication (body language).
- Employ television and radio equipment as it relates to performing.
- Select television costuming (dress) and make-up.
- Experiment with the effectiveness of studio lighting with on-air personalities.
- Evaluate on-camera movement.
- Rate program timing and queuing.
- List interviewing and demonstrating skills.
- Demonstrate the use of memorization, cue cards and telecues.
- Judge talent both self and others.