Radio and Television/Standards

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Content Standards[edit | edit source]

Domain – Safety[edit | edit source]

Students establish safety procedures for a hazard free work environment.

RTVI-1.1[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate general safety rules for equipment operation and lab use

RTVI-1.2[edit | edit source]

Perform safe practices when operating equipment

RTVI-1.3[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate proper equipment storage for safe transportation

RTVI-1.4[edit | edit source]

Use standard safety practices for all classroom laboratory and field investigations

RTVI-1.5[edit | edit source]

Display appropriate behaviors and actions in the classroom/lab environment

RTVI-1.6[edit | edit source]

Safely and properly handle equipment

Domain – Writing/Scripting[edit | edit source]

Students create scripts to demonstrate an understanding of the scripting process.

RTVI-2.1[edit | edit source]

Identify and describe stages of the scripting process

RTVI-2.2[edit | edit source]

Construct scripts using established formats

RTVI-2.3[edit | edit source]

Define terminology used in broadcast script writing

RTVI-2.4[edit | edit source]

produces technical writing that reports technical information and/or conveys ideas clearly, logically, and purposefully to a particular audience, the student

Domain – Equipment Operation[edit | edit source]

Students operate industry-standard equipment to create professional productions.

RTVI-3.1[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate steps necessary to set-up, turn on, and operate equipment according to instructor’s directions

RTVI-3.2[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate proper camera movement

RTVI-3.3[edit | edit source]

Determine proper cables for set-up and operation of production equipment

RTVI-3.4[edit | edit source]

Explain camera functions and how electrical signals are converted into images on a screen

RTVI-3.5[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate different editing methods, equipment, and techniques in the production of a story

RTVI-3.6[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate the use of a computer in broadcast/video production applications

RTVI-3.7[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate basic lighting techniques

RTVI-3.8[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate proper use of audio equipment to record quality audio track

Domain – Production Process[edit | edit source]

Students create audio and video projects to demonstrate an understanding of the production process.

RTVI-4.1[edit | edit source]

Apply concepts of stages of production

RTVI-4.2[edit | edit source]

Design audio projects incorporating professional audio principles

RTVI-4.3[edit | edit source]

Design video projects incorporating professional video principles

RTVI-4.4[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate mastery of aesthetics to include composition, coordination, balance, and color contrast

RTVI- 4.5[edit | edit source]

demonstrate proper use and operation of studio equipment and production techniques while working as part of a production team

Domain – On-Air Talent/Programming[edit | edit source]

Students apply and adapt on-air techniques to produce a quality program.

RTVI-5.1[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate proficiency in on-air performance

RTVI-5.2[edit | edit source]

Apply and adapt programming elements using audience analysis

RTVI-5.3[edit | edit source]

Students integrate concepts of programming

RTVI-5.4[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate practices of delivery or performance while on-air

RTVI-5.5[edit | edit source]

Recommend technically acceptable visual components for on-air talent

Domain – Promotion and Sales[edit | edit source]

Students integrate knowledge of promotion and sales to support effective marketing.

RTVI-6.1[edit | edit source]

Evaluate industry marketing processes to demonstrate promotional principles

RTVI-6.2[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate industry sales principles

Domain – History[edit | edit source]

Students analyze inventions and technical and social developments that led to the creation of radio and television in a broadcast environment.

RTVI-7.1[edit | edit source]

Explain the development of the radio/television industry

RTVI-7.2[edit | edit source]

Explain the development of digital communications and entertainment media

RTVI-7.3[edit | edit source]

Identify the impact of communication history on today’s media

RTVI-7.4[edit | edit source]

Explain the recent technological developments and the future of telecommunications

RTVI-7.5[edit | edit source]

Explain recent programming developments and the future of telecommunications

Domain – Ethics and Law[edit | edit source]

Students evaluate the role of ethical decision-making as it relates to the industry.

RTVI-8.1[edit | edit source]

Identify and evaluate ethical issues

RTVI-8.2[edit | edit source]

Differentiate between commercial media products that are in the public domain and those that are protected under copyright laws

RTVI-8.3[edit | edit source]

investigate and demonstrate ethical use of equipment and storytelling through their productions

RTVI-8.4[edit | edit source]

Demonstrate ability to function as a team member

RTVI-8.5[edit | edit source]

Students apply knowledge of communication law to produce and broadcast legally

RTVI-8.6[edit | edit source]

Identify and evaluate communication law issues

RTVI-8.7[edit | edit source]

Apply communication law to broadcasts and projects

RTVI-8.8[edit | edit source]

Understand the importance of copyright laws and fair use exceptions of media reproduction, modification, distribution, public performance, and public display

RTVI-8.9[edit | edit source]

Compare intellectual property with various legal rights to protect creative content

Domain – Career Opportunities and Employment Skills[edit | edit source]

Students apply and adapt career resources to enhance career opportunities.

RTVI-9.1[edit | edit source]

Analyze careers available in digital communications and the entertainment media

RTVI-9.2[edit | edit source]

Investigate career opportunities offered by a technical school or college in digital communications and the entertainment media

RTVI-9.3[edit | edit source]

Construct a professional resume

RTVI-9.4[edit | edit source]

Produce a professional portfolio that demonstrates abilities

RTVI- 9.5[edit | edit source]

Students integrate use of terminology and understanding of organizational structure and interviewing principles to communicate clearly with other industry professionals

RTVI-9.6[edit | edit source]

Recognize and apply industry standard terminology

RTVI-9.7[edit | edit source]

investigate the organizational structure of the industry

RTVI-9.8[edit | edit source]

Recognize and demonstrate preparation for and performance in professional interviews