A modern twist on a classic gameshow, The Newlywed Game tests how well you really know your significant other.
The rules are simple. Couples are separated and answer, often revealing, questions about each other. If they both answer correctly, they are awarded a point. The couple with the most points at the end of the game wins!
Each year our first and second-year Television & Video Production students travel to the annual National Association of Broadcasters / Broadcast Educators Association conference in Las Vegas. It’s amazing opportunity to network with other industry professionals, and experience the state of the art in broadcast and production equipment!
The students had some great companies helping to sponsor their trip as well
The first week of our term-2 Television student projects has been a busy one!
On Tuesday, our first-year production team “Keen-Wa Productions” was shooting a PSA promoting workplace gender equality using our new Sony FS-700 cinema camera, and on Thursday, “4:1 Films” faced the elements as we produced an exterior shoot for a bicycle safety public service announcement.
Only a small part of the production is on-set however; students spend weeks of work planning and preparing these productions! Just showing up to shoot is easy, going fully prepared, and with all of the necessary documentation is a lot of work!
The faculty lectured on Music Videos (with a generous helping of Michael Jackson!), and we demonstrated some of our production gear such as the Jimmy Jib with a remote camera head, and HD field monitors.
On Sunday, November 17th, BCIT Television & Video Production teamed up with Shaw Cable to produce a broadcast of the BCHL Coquitlam Express Junior “A” Hockey team as they hosted the Victoria Grizzlies. Employees of Shaw Cable, as well as BCIT faculty were on-hand to support our second-year students as they worked on this production, which will be broadcast this Sunday, November 24th at 12 noon on Shaw!
Our first year Television students are now in the midst of our initial multi-camera training production, “Studio 1 Live”. We use a talk-show format to introduce students to a basic live production, where they have the opportunity to experience the job functions necessary to produce the show, including directing, camera, audio, switching (technical directing), lighting, and more.
Some of the pictures were shot on Halloween, which may explain some of the outfits…