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Broadcasting - Performance - CA
Broadcasting - Radio - CA
Broadcasting - Television - CA
Motion Picture Production Technician- CA
Journalism - Magazine - CA
Journalism - Newspaper - CA
Journalism - Photojournalism - CA
Media Arts: Directing - CA
Media Arts: Post-Producing - CA
Media Arts: Producing - CA
Media Arts: Screenwriting - CA
Welcome to Media Arts
Welcome to the Los Angeles Valley College Media Arts Department. Our department is composed of Broadcasting, Cinema, Journalism, Media Arts, and Photography. We are excited to announce that all of our programs will soon be moving to a new home, the Valley Academic and Cultural Center, expected to be completed in 2018.
Our Broadcasting degree and certificate programs enable students to gain valuable skills and creative techniques in the highly competitive and challenging world of Radio, Television, and Voice Over for over-the-air signals, cable, satellite and internet stations. We also have an exciting new FTVE transfer degree.
The Cinema and Media Arts curriculum focuses on training students to hone their storytelling skills through screenwriting classes and visual media classes in production and postproduction. It is our mission to prepare students to develop a broad understanding of the many facets of California’s ever-changing entertainment industry, and to learn appropriate skills to obtain internships and to be employed in entry-level positions in a variety of production venues.
Journalism and Photography students obtain skills for entry-level employment and career opportunities in print, online and photography careers.
Media Arts Students in all of these disciplines at Valley College often find that their course load fosters strong bonds as they work and study together to meet tight production schedules and master the concepts introduced in their academic coursework. Students often rely upon one another to perform mutual crew duties on the many student productions each semester.
Please see each of our specific pages dedicated to Broadcasting, Cinema, Journalism, Media Arts, and Photography for more information, or contact us.
Media Arts Department Chair
Campus Center, Room 249
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-- Steve P. Yandrich
Line Producer and Unit Production Manager
Media Arts Degrees:
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-- Mari Kono
Digital Media Director and Teacher
Birmingham Charter High School