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Introducing Media Practice: The Essential Guide

by Matthew Kerry and Georgia Stone Sage Publications Ltd
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Covering interviews, pitching, communication and project management, the book provides a clear how-to guide on the kinds of skills that students of media practice are required to perform both as a part of their degree and in their future media career.

Introduction: Media Practice, Media Theory and Employability - The Relevance of Media Theory to Practical Projects and the Workplace
Chapter 1: Media Practice and Employability - From Project Skills to Real World Skills
Chapter 2: Media Production Teams - Team Skills and Life Skills
Chapter 3: Media Project Briefs - From Media Student to Media Professional
Chapter 4: Reaching Your Audience - Media Practice, Production and Consumption
Chapter 5: Scripting Your Projects - Ideas, Forms and Genres
Chapter 6: Designing Your Projects - Media Practice and Mise-en-scene
Chapter 7: Constructing Your Projects - The Technical Elements of Media Practice
Chapter 8: Organising Media Production - Production Roles and Administration
Chapter 9: Editing Your Projects - Post-production, Sound Design and Typography
Chapter 10: Exhibition and Distribution - Online Platforms, Festivals and Screenings
Chapter 11: Evaluating Your Media Projects - Critical Analysis and Reflection on Media Project Work
Chapter 12: Employability and Media Practice - Becoming Career Ready!
Glossary of Terms

"An indispensable resource for students and lecturers alike. This book helps readers link their media practice degrees to careers in the industry while also underlining the importance of critical thinking and theoretical foundations."Michael Wayne,

Brunel University London
Matthew Kerry - Nottingham Trent University, UK, University of Derby, UK

Georgia Stone - Nottingham Trent University, UK