Media Studies at Teddington School
Students will investigate the media by applying media concepts to a range of media products, such as broadcasting, E-media and print, in order to reach an understanding of how meanings and responses are created. This knowledge will then be developed through making a comparison and detailed case study chosen from a range of topics, such as documentary, sport and music. Students will create their own practical production tasks.
- Media Products, Industries and Audiences
- Media Forms and Products in Depth
- Cross-Media Production
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The Media Industry has expanded significantly over recent years leading to an increase in Media courses at universities across the country. This subject will also complement degrees in Sociology, The Humanities, Art and English. Media Studies will provide a good route into a variety of careers including Broadcasting, Journalism and Advertising.
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