Television Production and Media Department

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The Y.I.M.A.E. Television Production and Media Department is an exploration of basic television production techniques. This program introduces students to the concepts of production in commercial and public television. The curriculum consists of the operation of the video camera, sound, lighting, master control, effects, and graphics.

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • describe and demonstrate the most recent techniques and equipment for video production;
  • move efficiently and effectively from the video concept process to the actual production stage;
  • and effectively turn their ideas into completed video productions.

This course will consist of lectures, assigned readings, and hands-on class participation. There will be a variety of assignments including practical demonstrations and audio/video presentations. Students will visit a functioning television facility and witness the everyday operation of an actual production in progress. They will gain first-hand knowledge of the video process from idea inception to completed end product.

Darryl Rembert

Director of Television Production and Media

Darryl Rembert is a graduate of Howard University with a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences degree in Communications, with a concentration in radio, television, and film. He is currently a senior Master Control Technician of Broadcast Operations at Black Entertainment Television. Mr. Rembert has over 20 years of experience in the television broadcast industry, having worked at WNBC in New York as well as ABC, CBS, WB, and PBS affiliates. He has worked on numerous award winning programs, documentaries, and specials. He brings his experience to the Y.I.M.A.E. organization, providing students the opportunity to gain a first-rate, hands-on introduction to the world of television production.

The mission of Youth in Media and Education (Y.I.M.A.E.) is to promote artistic expressions and self-empowerment through a comprehensive program that covers all areas of academics, the entertainment/media industry and vocational training. Through the program, court and non-court involved youth will enhance their social skills and transition into productive citizens in the community at large.

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