About the courseTelevision is evolving and the need for media content continues to grow along with the popularity of platforms such as YouTube, Netflix and Now TV.This BSc (Hons) Television and Broadcasting degree course is an exciting and practical way to learn how to produce and make live television programmes whilst developing industry-level skills in media production. You’ll become a multi-skilled, media-savvy broadcaster whos fully experienced in camera-operating, sound recording, producing, presenting, directing, editing and writing for media platforms and television.You’ll use industry-standard video kit and multiple TV studios to produce and broadcast live television content to audiences, which will prepare you for employment within this fast-paced and competitive industry.
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AboutThe University of Portsmouth is a public university in the city of Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. The earliest incarnation of the University existed in the Victorian era, and it was granted university status in 1992. It is a consistently high-performing University Alliance establishment across national league tables, routinely placed within the top 25 of UK universities. It is one of only four universities in the South-East to be rated Gold in the Government Teaching Excellence Framework.
The University of Portsmouth was ranked in the worlds top 150 young universities (Times Higher Education 2019), and holds a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). Within six months of graduating, 97.5% of students go on to find work, or are in further study (DLHE 2017).
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Langstone is the smaller of the two campuses, located in Milton on the eastern edge of Portsea Island. The campus overlooks Langstone Harbour and it is home to the universitys sports grounds. It also houses a restaurant for the students and provides accommodation for 565 students in three halls of residence: Queen Elizabeth Queen Mother (QEQM), Trust Hall and Langstone Flats.