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Cinema/Television/Radio Spring 2013

CTVR 1 - MASS MEDIA AND SOCIETY
Units: 3
Media functions, practices, responsibilities and influences. Also, law, ethics, history and future developments. Also listed as JRN 1. Credit given in either area, not both (formerly CA 1).
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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7:00PM - 10:00

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personM. REED

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10:30AM - 11:45

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personJ. WESTCOTT

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12:00PM - 1:15

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personJ. WESTCOTT

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3:00PM - 5:50
 

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personA. AGUILAR
personM. REED

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7:00PM - 9:50
 

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personJ. BRODY
personM. SHULTS

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descriptionStaff: Brody & Shults

CTVR 3 - THE HISTORY AND APPRECIATION OF AMERICAN CINEMA
Units: 3
Evaluates film as an art form (formerly CA 30).
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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10:25AM - 1:25

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personJ. BRADY JENNER

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1:25PM - 4:25

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personJ. BRADY JENNER

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7:30AM - 10:20

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personJ. BRADY JENNER

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7:00PM - 9:50

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personJ. BRADY JENNER

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personC. MYERS

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personJ. BRADY JENNER

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personJ. BRADY JENNER

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personK. TERASAKI

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eventMeets from: 2/4/2013 to 5/23/2013

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personC. MYERS

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descriptionThis class is designated for High School students. This class is a college level class designated for minors including current High School students. All required films due not exceed a PG rating.
eventSecond eight weeks: 3/25/2013 to 5/23/2013

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personK. PEARSON

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personT. MACDUFF

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CTVR 5 - HISTORY AND APPRECIATION OF INTERNATIONAL CINEMA
Units: 3
Evaluation of International Cinema as an art form and cultural force. Exploration of its history, techniques, and relationship to society. Students will view and critique outstanding examples of international cinema (formerly CA 28).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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10:30AM - 1:20

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personC. MYERS

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CTVR 7 - CROSS CULTURAL CINEMA
Units: 3
Perspectives of underrepresented groups in US films. Examines political, economic, and philosophical highlights of their work in front of and behind the camera. Includes various genres and analysis of the societal impact of these films. Students will view and evaluate a large cross-section of films (formerly CA 27).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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1:30PM - 4:20

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personB. CLARY

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personB. CLARY

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CTVR 9 - WOMEN IN CINEMA AND TELEVISION
Units: 3
The analysis of women in film: past, present and future and the impact they have on the industry(formerly CA 29).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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1:30PM - 4:20

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personJ. BRADY JENNER

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CTVR 31 - FILM PRODUCTION I
Units: 3Material Fee: $25lockPrerequisite: CTVR 101
Learn single-camera, film style pre-production, production shooting techniques and editing. A combination of CTVR 31 and 32 may be taken four times (formerly CA 31).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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6:00PM - 9:50

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personC. MYERS

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1:30PM - 5:20

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personC. MYERS

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CTVR 32 - FILM PRODUCTION II
Units: 3Material Fee: $35lockPrerequisite: CTVR 31
Production technique and theories of location and studio film production. Emphasis on hands-on experience. A combination of CTVR 31 and CTVR 32 may be taken four times (formerly 32).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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9:30AM - 1:20

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personC. MYERS

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CTVR 40 - TELEVISION AND FILM SCRIPTWRITING I
Units: 3
Theories, formats, practices and organization in writing scripts for television broadcasting and film production. A combination of CTVR 40 and CTVR 140 may be taken four times (formerly CA 40).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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1:30PM - 4:20

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location_onVIL 5-18

personN. TAYLOR

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7:00PM - 9:50

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personN. TAYLOR

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CTVR 42 - TELEVISION AND FILM DIRECTING
Specialized training in directing television and film productions including camera and talent blocking. (formerly CA 42).
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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8:50AM - 12:55

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personK. PEARSON

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CTVR 100 - INTRODUCTION TO CINEMA, TELEVISION, AND RADIO
Units: 3
Is there a place for you in the radio, TV, and film industry? Learn about the broadcasting and film business and the types of skills you will need to succeed (formerly CA 100).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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personJ. HART

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eventSecond eight weeks: 3/25/2013 to 5/23/2013

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personJ. HART

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CTVR 101 - VIDEO PRODUCTION BASICS
Units: 3Material Fee: $15
Introduction to video production including camera, lighting, and editing. Develop an understanding of video technology and vocabulary. Learn technique and application of video tools such as cameras, lights, audio, and non-linear editing. Demonstrate understanding of aesthetic theory by applying concepts to student productions.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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9:30AM - 1:20

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personM. MAYENZET

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9:30AM - 1:20

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personH. KONISHI

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6:00PM - 9:50

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personM. MAYENZET

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1:30PM - 5:20

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personH. KONISHI

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CTVR 110 - AUDIO PRODUCTION
Units: 3Material Fee: $5
Introduction to audio production for radio, Internet, television, and film including digital recording and editing.
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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2:45PM - 6:55

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personS. VALOT

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CTVR 111 - AUDIO AND SOUND DESIGN FOR TELEVISION AND FILM
An advanced course in audio-production and sound design techniques used for radio, television, film, and news media (formerly CA 111).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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6:00PM - 9:50

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personC. WEBER

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CTVR 113 - RADIO BROADCASTING
Units: 3
Develop "on-air" skills for a variety of radio formats. Students explore radio career opportunities in programming, promotion, news, sales, and music industry relations (formerly CA 113).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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6:00PM - 9:50

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personD. BASTIDA

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CTVR 115 - ADVANCED RADIO BROADCASTING
Students earn credit for activities at KSBR-FM and OCRockRadio.com, including on-air broadcasting, programming, promotions, sales, and music (formerly CA 115).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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6:00PM - 6:50

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personD. BASTIDA

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CTVR 118 - DIGITAL MULTI-TRACK MUSIC RECORDING
Units: 4
Digital multi-track recording. Emphasis on music recording and CD production. Class covers recording basic tracks, overdubbing, mixing, microphone techniques,signal processing and digital audio editing. State-of-the-art 24 track recording studio. Also listed as MUS 118. Credit given in either area, not both (formerly CA 118).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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4:00PM - 10:05

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personM. SCHIFFELBEIN

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CTVR 124 - TELEVISION PRODUCTION I
Units: 3Material Fee: $15lockPrerequisite: CTVR 101
Producing and directing TV shows, both in-studio and single camera. Projects will be broadcast on Channel 39.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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1:00PM - 2:50
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personH. KONISHI

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CTVR 125 - TELEVISION PRODUCTION II
Units: 3Material Fee: $15lockPrerequisite: CTVR 124
An advanced course in TV Production. Professional-level TV shows are produced for marketing and distribution.
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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12:55PM - 6:05

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personH. KONISHI

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CTVR 128 - TELEVISION AND RADIO NEWS
Units: 3
Hands-on experience in radio and TV news anchoring, writing, reporting, and production. Required for news broadcasting on KSBR and SCTV Cox Channel 39 (formerly CA 128).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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9:30AM - 1:20

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personK. BOWER

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CTVR 138 - ADVERTISING
Units: 3
What makes advertising work in the current marketplace for business to business and business to consumers? Advertising, getting the word out! Learn techniques and strategies of contemporary advertising, including the basic functions of research, media selection, and production. Also listed as BUS 138. Credit given in either area, not both.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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9:00AM - 9:55

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personR. KNAPP

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descriptionOffered via classroom and internet. Classroom attendance required. Course includes use of social media and emerging technology in advertising.

CTVR 140 - TELEVISION AND FILM SCRIPTWRITING II
Advanced level scriptwriting course. Students who enroll in this course should be presently working on a script or have previous experience in scriptwriting. A combination of CTVR 40 and 140 may be taken four times (formerly CA 142).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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9:00AM - 12:50

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personN. TAYLOR

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CTVR 151 - NON-LINEAR EDITING I
Units: 3Material Fee: $10
Introduction to the aesthetics and physical elements of editing on a digital non-linear system. Trains editors using Final Cut Pro. Student will also analyze different styles of editing (formerly CA 131).
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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6:00PM - 10:05

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location_onVIL 5-07

personT. MACDUFF

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9:30AM - 1:20

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personH. KONISHI

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CTVR 191 - VOICE-OVER AND ANNOUNCING
Units: 3
Develop effective radio and television performance techniques stressing skills in narration, dubbing, and voice-over for industry, education, entertainment and commercials (formerly CA 141).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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1:30PM - 6:20

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location_onVIL 5-18

personM. MAYENZET

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CTVR 253 - DIGITAL SPECIAL EFFECTS
Units: 3Material Fee: $15
Introduction to creating digital effects for motion pictures. Using After Effects and Apple Motion software, students will combine graphic images with digital video projects, create key-frame 2D animations, produce text effects, and use visual effects filters (formerly CA 235).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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6:00PM - 9:50

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personU. ZAHER

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CTVR 260 - PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR FILM AND TELEVISION
Units: 2
Learn the art and craft of designing for film & television including set design, set dressing, wardrobe, props, and general stagecraft. Learning to emotionally influence the viewer, set a mood, and general approaches to production design and art direction as well as safety shall be covered (formerly CA 213).
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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8:50AM - 10:50

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personK. MCFANN

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CTVR 262 - PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
Units: 3
Defines and examines the role of the producer, production manager, coordinator and assistant director through the pre-production, production, and post production phases. Emphasis on script breakdown, crew selection, hiring practices, industry work rules, production procedures, safety requirements and legal issues (formerly CA 206).
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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10:00AM - 12:50

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location_onVIL 5-08

personK. TERASAKI

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CTVR 264 - CINEMATOGRAPHY
Introduction to the art and science of lighting for the camera. The proper set-up, identification, uses, and effects of lighting are used to learn the relationship of lighting to the camera, exposure, shutter speed, ISO ratings, and filters (formerly CA 208).
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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7:00PM - 10:05

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location_onVIL 5-18

personE. RAKOCHY

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CTVR 280 - CINEMA/TELEVISION/RADIO EMPLOYMENT SKILLS
Units: 3
Develop job skills in a professional working environment, such as a radio station, television production company, talent agency, or film studio. Development of a successful job marketing strategy and interview skills.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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1:30PM - 4:20
 

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personM. MAYENZET
personK. TERASAKI

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CTVR 290 - ACTING FOR THE CAMERA I
An on camera process course that incorporates script analysis, film technique, film terminology, camera acting exercises, on camera work (formerly CA 212).
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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8:50AM - 1:55

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location_onVIL 5-18

personM. MAYENZET

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