COMM 3047 Episodic Screen Media
Credit Points 10
Legacy Code 102831
Coordinator Maryella Hatfield Opens in new window
Description In this subject students will analyse and develop an episodic narrative production using concepts and production strategies for serialised narrative storytelling for online platforms. Students will be introduced to the University's broadcast television studio and operation. Students will build their knowledge and practical skills in the conceptualisation, planning, editing of serialised online web and streamed based narratives. This subject will require students' attendance in workshops delivered in blocks and participation in studio recording.
School Humanities & Comm Arts
Discipline Audio Visual Studies
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 4 10cp
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Level Undergraduate Level 3 subject
Equivalent Subjects COMM 3021 - Media Arts Workshop COMM 3038 - Video Project COMM 3033 - TV Production COMM 3034 - TV Production 1
- Analyse and evaluate short form episodic and serialised digital media content across platforms
- Analyse current screen production theory and practice in relation to text based episodic storytelling
- Interpret and apply pre-production strategies to the conceptualisation and development of techniques to develop a pilot for an episodic narratives designed for a specific media platform
- Apply knowledge of audio and video production theory, tools and techniques to digital media production
- Edit video and audio in a digital software environment
- Create and publish media content for online platforms
Module 2: Analysis of screen production theory and practice in relation to text based episodic storytelling. Development of serialised narratives and narrative devices for audience engagement. Analysis of case studies with focus on format, production bibles, licensing and distribution of content
Module 3: Conceptualising and developing pre-production strategies in the development of a pilot for an episodic narratives designed for a specific media platform. Present pitch.
Module 4. Introduction to University broadcast television studio at Parramatta South. Apply knowledge of audio and video production theory, tools and techniques.
Module 5. In groups or individually film selected pilot and edit video and audio in a digital software environment. Finalise project pitch for submission to industry standards.
Module 6. Create and publish media content for online platforms and portfolio.
The following table summarises the standard assessment tasks for this subject. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated, where there is a difference your Learning Guide takes precedence.
|Discourse analysis||1000 words||20||N||Individual|
|Applied Project||1500 words 6 minute production 10 minute presentation||50||N||Individual|
|Applied Project||10% for practical crew role and 10% written report on studio production||20||N||Group|
|Reflection||1500 or equivalent||10||N||Individual|
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Subject Contact Maryella Hatfield Opens in new window