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Anchoring & Reporting

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Duration

1 Years Full Time Program

Eligibility

10+2 or equivalent examination from Board of Education/CBSE or any other recognized Board.

Anchoring

TV news anchor or program anchor is a person, who delivers news or programs of any kind – whether it is a News, film-based program, comedy show, reality show, or crime-related report. A mediator between the channel and the audience, a TV anchor is a reservoir of knowledge, is aware of the current political scenario, and possesses detailed knowledge of issues. With the increasing popularity of the broadcast media, the task of news reading and presenting a program has become highly challenging.

IIMMI’s professionals have designed the course to train students in Theory and Practical aspects of Television and Digital Medium. Students will get option to learn from Academics as well as Industry professionals. The course opens great career opportunities for students to become reporters, producers, television anchors, hosts and media professionals in the top television and satellite channels.

 

What will you learn?
• TV Presenting Tips & Techniques
• Teleprompter Training
• Vocal Delivery
• Approach to the Perfect Presentation
• Interview/Screen-test Technique
• Studio & Location Anchoring
• Script Writing

 

Reporting

This course equips the students with the skills needed and demanded to become an efficient and effective reporter for print and electronic media. News reporting is a valuable and specialized skill that is much in-demand across the world. Our news reporting course teaches and trains students in all aspects, what they need to succeed in this competitive, fast-moving and rewarding career world. IIMMI trains its students on how to cover newsworthy events as a media professional. We provide our students practical experience to develop an instinct for news and a willingness to be at the scene of dramatic and even traumatic events.

As a news reporter, one needs to identify newsworthy stories and adapt your copy to suit a range of print and online platforms. One may also need to provide images and video to accompany their articles. We will teach you how to develop saleable ideas for news reports, longer news features and other content, and how to match them to suitable markets. The training opens a great number of career opportunities for students like working on the news desk of a local or national newspaper, reporting on and writing about stories that matter to you and your community, providing social media content for a leading online publication, enjoying the freedom and flexibility of a career in freelance journalism, freelancer or a sought-after candidate for permanent positions as a staff writer or editor. Our course equips the students with the skills needed to become a successful reporter.

 

What will you learn?
• Develop saleable ideas on a range of topics
• Source information, conduct research and carry out effective interviews
• Write news, articles and features for digital and print publications
• Create and edit videos.
• Apply media law and ethics to news reporting