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iTV network launches news broadcast media institute in New Delhi
iTV network has announced the launch of ITV Media Institute (ITVMI) in New Delhi, an educational center that will marry cutting-edge, hands-on journalism instruction with the highest international standards.
ITV Media Institute (ITVMI) is providing a golden opportunity to all media aspirants to register themselves for one-year full time diploma course in television and digital journalism. This will give entry-level journalists the professional and technical expertise to work across media platforms. This one-year full time diploma course in television and digital journalism will facilitate media aspirants to get knowledge of various aspects of television and digital journalism viz.-script and content writing, reporting, PTC, walk-through, anchoring, voice-over, video-editing, graphic designing, camera, lighting, news production, working of PCR and MCR, mobile journalism, live streaming and nitty-gritty of digital media like news writing for news portals and social media.
Media aspirants have variety of short-term certificate courses (4 months) to choose like reporting, anchoring, video-editing, script and creative writing. With access to the national network and professional resources, the programmes provide a strong foundation for a future in media. The courses will help students learn all aspects of journalism –editorial and technical. And, they get an opportunity to work in a news channel to put theory into practice.
iTV Media Institute provides a well-equipped and compatible environment that is exciting as well as rigorous. We are committed to providing the best quality education that will last and evolve for a lifetime.
Speaking on launch Kartikeya Sharma, Founder, iTV Network, said, “There’s immense competition out there and as a credible media network, it’s our responsibility to not get lost in the confusion and deliver news with clarity and integrity. We take pride to warm-heartedly welcome media aspirants to the best academic institute in Delhi.
Sharma added, “With the new concept: ‘Newsroom as classroom’ assisted with highly experienced and professional faculty, the courses at ITVMI will not teach students from books, but from real scenes as the action unfolds”. BCS Bureau
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