Television Production Class
Studio Producer's Class
This class covers pre-production planning, scriptwriting, storyboarding, budgeting requirements, shooting locations, equipment needs, cast and crew requirements, working with volunteers, and underwriting tips. Even if you are a seasoned producer, it is important that you take this workshop, as we cover CMAP specific paperwork needed to get your show on the road to an airdate.
CMAP recommends interested producers to find a group of volunteers to take this class. Producing a successful studio show often requires a committed team. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll in the Studio Producer's Class.
The CMAP Studio is operated in partnership with Gavilan college, and is usually available evenings and weekends. This studio requires 5 or 6 people to operate, but features 3 cameras, a large stage area, and a complete production control room.
Learn audio board operation, light board operation, direction, teleprompter, computer graphics, floor direction, etc. Studio classes can be scheduled directly with James Duisenberg or Spencer Wilkinson during our open lab times.
Main Studio Operations
Multicamera switching, identifying and working with production styles which utilize multicamera production, team building and management, studio workflow, asset management, recruiting crew, calls and headset communication protocols.