Television and Video Production Program
Milwaukee Area Technical College students enrolled in the Television and Video Production program have the opportunity to learn and work in the studios of Milwaukee PBS, a national leader in high-definition production and programming.
Students acquire industry-standard skills for broadcast TV, cable, and corporate or commercial video. This is one of the few programs in the entire country in which students gain direct, hands-on experience with HDTV production and broadcasting.
The Television and Video Production program is just one example of the critical hands- on aspect of what students at MATC learn. Many MATC programs allow professional experience that makes a big difference when starting a career.
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EPROD/Digital Media Program
Students explore and study the technology, production processes and methods of distribution for media intended to reach audiences across a wide array of devices and accessibility.
Projects/skills include producing podcasts, mastering DSLR cinematic videography, directing livestreams and developing, producing and pitching a full Web series.
Advanced students in the Television and Video Production program at MATC take a look at issues, topics and stories that pertain to the Milwaukee Area Technical College and the entire Milwaukee community, Advanced students in the Television and Video Production program at MATC take a look at issues, topics and stories that pertain to the Milwaukee Area Technical College and the entire Milwaukee community.
On May 8 starting at 10:00 AM students will begin broadcasting more than 14 hours of original student-produced content. There will be a mix of recorded and live content throughout the day.
Shows this year include Milwaukee’s Most Haunted,
Brewaukee, Bee Kind and Honorbound just to name a few.
Students have assumed professional roles for this project that include general manager,
promotions, writer, producer, videographer, editor and other roles found in the media
The student team works together to produce new content, schedule it for air, and organize 4 hours of live studio broadcasting.
For program specifics on the MATC Student Operations Day schedule visit
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