About Ohlone College Broadcasting
Film, Television, and Video Broadcasting
Film, Television, and Video offers classes in film production, television production, television directing, and television editing, using both AVID non-linear editing and Final Cut Pro non-linear editing, The department teaches hands-on digital video production, using full-size Sony DV Cams, and television news production including a live weekly newscast during the spring and fall semesters, as well as an ASL (American Sign Language) live newscast.
Students have the opportunity to write, produce and edit their own short films which are then broadcast on Ohlone College Television ONTV Channel 28 (Comcast Cable) and streamed live to the internet at www.ohlonetv.com. The station broadcasts theater department productions, student-produced films and television pilots, as well as other content aimed at a college audience.
Ohlone College: Radio Broadcasting is a career-oriented, operations intensive curriculum featuring the latest technology. Lecture and lab situations combine to provide students with the background and skills required to meet the needs of the radio communications industry. Students broadcasting in the radio control room for KOHL Radio 89.3. Students are exposed to to both analog and digital studio systems, including digital multitrack production techniques.
KOHL Radio 89.3 is a commercial-free FM radio station broadcasting in the contemporary hit format. Because of the high level of professionalism projected by Ohlone broadcasting students over the air, many area residents are unaware that they are listening to a student station.