The Ohlone College Broadcasting Department offers hands-on classes in film production, film directing, film editing, AVID editing, Final Cut Pro editing, shooting video for TV, film production, video production and TV news production. We are The Bay Area's TV & Video Lab.
Ohlone College Broadcasting's film and TV classes offer training that is essential to get the job you want in film, film editing, film production and TV production, including sitcoms, entertainment shows, documentary production or TV news.
Classes are taught by top industry professionals, including:
- Cynthia Altman, Video Editor, CBS News, 60 Minutes, 48 Hours
- Dominic Bonavolonta, Television Director, EXTRA, KTVU, KPIX
- Lawrence Iriarte, Filmmaker, Pixar, WB, Industrial Light and Magic
- Paul Hammons, Graphics Producer, NBC News
- Gary Kauf, News Reporter, KTVU, News Writer, NBC Nightly News
- William V. Moore, Video Cameraman, KTVU
- Mauricio Quitano, Television Director, ESPN, Fox
Registration is now open for classes in film production, film editing (AVID editing, Final Cut Pro editing and FCP Advanced Techniques), Digital Video (shooting film and video), Television Directing, News Production, News Reporting, News Writing, News Editing Directing Live TV, Studio Directing, and Short Film Production.
Ohlone College Broadcasting has the classes you need! Fall 2013 classes begin Monday, August 26, 2013. Sign up early! Many classes are filled well before the semester begins.
Live Television Production (Behind the Camera)
Learn to run a studio camera, how to work with a green screen, operate a switcher, floor direct or operate a teleprompter, LED Lighting. and be part of the crew putting on a live weekly show. Studio skills to help you get a job. Taught by NBC, CBS, ABC News Producer Paul Hammons. Enroll now in Live Television Production.
Live Television Newscast (In Front of the Camera)
Report, shoot, write and produce television news. Train to anchor, report, learn to do professional quality live shots and packages, then see them air on a live weekly newscast. Learn to shoot and edit video for broadcast. Taught by KTVU Reporter, Producer, and NBC Nightly News writer Gary Kauf. BRDC 141 Mon. & Wed. 6:30-9:15 pm. Enroll now in Live Television Newscast.
Digital Video and Lighting (Learn to Shoot Like a Pro)
Shoot video with professional Sony chip cameras. Learn lighting, panoramic shots, how to shoot an interview. KTVU Cameraman William Moore teaches this class. BRDC 136 Mon. & Wed. 11:30 am to 2 pm. Enroll now in Digital Video and Lighting.
Advanced Film and Video Production
This class is for people serious about getting into the film industry or working in video production, lighting, dolly shots and set prep. . Taught by WB, Pixar & ILM filmmaker Lawrence Iriarte. BRDC 152 Saturday 9 am to 2:30 pm. & 8 hours. Enroll now in Advanced Film and Video Production.
Train to be a play-by-play announcer, learn camera technique and TV Sports production skills as part of a crew on a live sports crew. Taught by NBC Sports Producer Paul Hammons. BRDC 144 Friday 2 noon to 4:30pm & 2 ½ hours. Enroll now in Sports Broadcasting.
Video Editing: Final Cut Pro Master Class
Learn motion, layering, keyframing, Soundtrak Pro and more from CBS 60 Minutes and 48 Hours video editor Cynthia Altman. BRDC 135 Tues. & Thurs. Noon - 2:35 pm. Enroll now in Final Cut Pro Master Class.
Video Editing: Final Cut Pro for Beginners
The basics of video editing using Apple's Final Cut Pro. Filmmaker Jeff Martinez teaches the basics of film and video editing. No prerequisites. BRDC 134 Tues. & Thurs. Noon – 2:35 pm. Enroll now in Final Cut Pro for Beginners.