Are you sports mad and dream of working in TV sports production? Imagine working behind the camera at The Open Championship or producing content for a sports magazine show or a live OB at a major sporting event. The National Film and Television School – commended by The Hollywood Reporter as a top international film school and the only British school to make the cut – has developed a one year Sports Production Diploma to help you do just that.
The Sports Production Diploma is delivered in partnership with IMG Productions, one of the world’s largest independent producers, and equips students with the skills required to produce state-of-the-art sports and live events coverage, highlights content and other material. Students on the Sports Production Diploma get to go on work experience at IMG as part of the course and this year, they got to work on a wide range of sports production activities from promotional videos and short form video editing for Motorsports programmes like the FIM Speedway Grand Prix and the World Rally Cross to operating the camera at events such as the Open Final Qualifying Series. One student is also guaranteed a job at the end of the course at IMG.
In addition, students learn to shoot, edit and film features on a range of sports with partner clubs like Wycombe Wanderers; they also learn get practical experience working on outside broadcast events and develop studio shows in the NFTS’ very own 4K TV Studio.
Students graduate with the know-how to produce live and pre-recorded sports content; a practical working knowledge of current television and digital production methods; the ability to generate sports programme ideas and formats; and the confidence and know-how to pitch those ideas to commissioning editors and/ or rights holders.
So if you’ve always dreamt of working in TV and have a passion for sport,don’t look back and apply for this exciting Sports Production Diploma course now!
Further information visit: www.nfts.co.uk/sports