Broadcast Media (Design and Technology)

Degree: Bachelor
University: Brunel University , Faculty: School of Engineering and Design
City: London , Country: United Kingdom
Discipline: Engeneering & Technology
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  • Start Date of Studies September
  • Admission deadline as early as possible
  • Language English
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  • Programme Description

    Programme Description

    The TV and media industries are going through a period of rapid change with digital revolution changing the way TV programmes are recorded, produced, and screened/viewed. The rapid growth of interactive TV has resulted in the need for a new type of creative technologist.

    There is a requirement for new professionals who are fluent in the creative exploitation of new digital broadcast technology. This includes broadcast systems integration, interactive technologies, post-production and virtual production environments.

    This unique multidisciplinary course aims to produce graduates with the ability to produce creative content to a professional standard for the Digital TV industry.

    The programme is a true integration of design creativity and technology. It aims to provide students with multiple and hybrid skills and aptitudes, developing their technological and creative abilities.

    The course is designed to promote the creative use of technology in the design, generation and postproduction for digital TV broadcast. There is no other programme in the UK that will truly aim to develop both the technology and creative skill required for the industry. We are known to have a proven tack record for such courses amongst industry.

    Applicants who have both the creative ability and knowledge of the technology and its creative potential will be in ever growing demand.

    Creative industries are growing at 6% per year but TV industries are growing at 16% per year with average growth across all sectors at 4%.

    "There is a high demand in today's post-production industry for a new generation of up-and-coming professionals. The industry needs graduates who have a combination af cross-platform, multi-discipline understanding mixed with strong hands-on practical knowledge", said David McNulty, post-production artist currently working on film titles from Columbia Pictures and Warner Bros.

    Our links with industry, through industrial research, consultancy and work placement schemes, means that gradautes will be well-placed to enter the dynamic world of digital TV.


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