iTV network launches news broadcast media institute

The iTV network has announced the launch of the ITV Media Institute (ITVMI) in New Delhi.

“The educational center that will marry practical, cutting-edge journalism training with the highest international standards,” the network said in a statement.

“ITV Media Institute (ITVMI) offers a golden opportunity for all aspiring media to enroll in a one-year, full-time course in Television and Digital Journalism. This will equip entry-level journalists with the professional and technical expertise needed to work across all media platforms.This full-time, one-year TV and Digital Journalism degree course will help aspiring media outlets gain knowledge of various aspects of TV and digital journalism, namely writing scripts and content, reporting, PTC, pitching, anchoring, voiceover, video editing, graphic design, camera, lighting, news production, PCR and MCR operation, mobile journalism , live streaming and digital media details like news writing for news portals and social media,” it reads.

Media candidates can choose from a variety of short-term (4-month) certificate courses at the ITV Media Institute in the areas of reporting, anchoring, video editing, screenplay and creative writing.

Speaking at the launch, Kartikeya Sharma, Founder of iTV Network, said: “The competition is immense and as a credible media network, it is our responsibility not to get confused and to spread information with clarity and integrity. We are proud to warmly welcome aspiring media to the best academic institute in Delhi.

Sharma added, “With the new concept: ‘Newsroom as a Classroom’ assisted by highly experienced and professional teachers, classes at ITVMI will not teach students from books, but from real scenes at the as the action unfolds.

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