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Multi-Media Technology

Instructor: Mr. Michael Dennis

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Multi-Media Technology is a multi faceted program that introduces students to the art and science of media. It covers topics such as photography, video production, television broadcasting, and computer based video equipment. Students learn to apply their skills to please clients through brainstorming, storyboarding, program treatments, and the various stages of production. Learning how to properly present an idea is also greatly stressed. There are many occupational positions necessary to create a professional style program. These are taught and practiced on a regular basis through a daily morning broadcast. Several different techniques are utilized such as live, live to tape, and edited.


  • Adobe Certified Associate Rich Media Communication
  • Adobe Certified Associate Visual Communication
  • Adobe Certified Associate Web Communication
  • Final Cut Pro Level One
  • Final Cut Pro Level Two

Career Outlook

The multimedia field is continuously growing to meet the demands of the media industry. These techniques are explored through television broadcasting, webcasting, and digital imaging.

Career Opportunities Include:

  • Photographer
  • Videographer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Editors
  • Production Assistant
  • Media Technician
  • Journalist
  • Director
  • Producer

Student Comments

"There has never been a day in AV when I didn?t learn something new and exciting."

Sam, Lake Lehman, Senior

"All four years that I have been in AV Communications, I have learned to make something so simple into something so great!"

Rachael, WVW Senior

"I can confidentially say that I?m prepared for any career path that I choose to follow in the media."

Jen, Wyoming Area, Senior

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The West Side Career and Technology Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national orgin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities. Career and Technical education program offerings include: Auto Body Repair; Automotive Technology; Business Marketing; Carpentry; Computer Info Systems; Computer Maintenance; Cosmetology; Culinary; Early Childhood Ed; Electrical; Health Related Tech; HVAC; Law Enforcement; Machine Tool; and Multi Media. Inquiries may be directed to the West Side CTC's Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504 Coordinator at 75 Evans St, Kingston PA 18704 or 570-288-8493.

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