The Digital Storytelling program produces graduates who are prepared for the role of content creator/producer in entertainment, corporate, public, religious/non-profit and academic fields. The program prepares students for strategic, narrative and non-fictional storytelling employing the use of industry standard digital tools through of a variety of transmedia content.
This program is unique in that it encompasses all facets of digital media production genres from commercial production to worship production to corporate production with an emphasis on storytelling. Students will create meaningful and purposeful digital content projects from concept to delivery using a variety of digital media techniques at a professional level while applying critical thinking to cultural and media contexts from a Biblical worldview using digital media tools.
Media production specialists produce various video, audio, interactive and augmented reality elements for use in:
This career may involve working with others to select a video topic, script writing, set building and casting in addition to coordinating studio time and other scheduling concerns. Media production specialists might choose titles, music, animation and narration; edit and arrange video; and develop program material.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics:
Employment of multimedia artists and animators is projected to grow 8 percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Projected growth will be due to increased demand for animation and visual effects in video games, movies, and television. The average projected growth for all industries during this time period is 7 percent.
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