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Chapman News: Before The Broadcast Begins

June 25, 2014 by | TV Writing / Production

The hustle and bustle of broadcast news is enough work to make even the most seasoned professional’s head spin. Dodge College students are no stranger to the task, though, as they air Chapman News every Friday at noon during the school year from Marion Knott Studios. However, most of the students working on the show

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Prof. Ross Brown talks Web with LA Biz Journal

March 27, 2014 by | News

Professor Ross Brown, resident TV guru and writing for the web expert, recently sat down with reporter Gina Hall from the L.A. Business Journal, to discuss the importance of visual web content. Below is a byte-sized portion of the article. Read the full article on L.A. Biz’s website. If visual web content is our destiny,

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Interterm Projects: TV Faculty on New Pilots “Perceptors” and “Sharp Left Turn”

February 18, 2014 by | TV Writing / Production

This past Interterm semester saw all kinds of exciting productions, from the Dodge College sound stages, to local “on location” films and TV pilots, to international destinations from London to Korea. Today, I have some updates from the Television faculty on their teams’ projects, small changes to the program, and some history of how successful

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New Television Degrees

February 3, 2014 by | News

Starting in Fall 2014, the current B.F.A. in Television and Broadcast Journalism will be divided into two degrees: a B.F.A. in Television Writing and Producing and a B.F.A. in News and Documentary. The courses will remain the same, but the new names will clarify what course of study students choose among news, documentary and narrative

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Dodge College TV Students Hit The Streets, In Search of Big Game(s)

January 9, 2014 by | News

If there’s one thing Californians love, it’s the sunny, outdoor weather.  If there’s a second thing Californians love, it’s sports.  With a new television venture on the brain, Professor Pete Weitzner is aiming to give some lucky Media Arts students the perfect combination of the two. You see, for years, Dodge College students have been