Delta College Television
SJDC Digital Media
To view more of our students' work, check out our SJDC Digital Media Youtube channel.
If you are interested in having videography work for a department or a club on campus click this link http://bit.ly/DCTVClient
Students enrolled in our video production courses get hands-on experience creating short films, documentary and ENG (news) style pieces. We train students to write for broadcast, screenwriting and discuss ethical concerns for the modern digital communicator.
DMedia 21: Fundamental of Video Production
DMedia 24: Digital Media Editing
DMedia 25A: Digital Media Content
DMedia 25B: Digital Media Production
Digital Media video students enrolled in Digital Media Editing produced and edited this video.
This video covers the grand opening of the Delta Health Center partnered with Community Medical Centers to bring Delta College students healthcare on campus.
Students who completed this project are Caroleta Washington, Anthony Villalobos, and Ardon Rick.
This video is a highlight of the re-opening of Delta's Culinary program, Student Chef.
This video is produced by DMedia student intern, Ardon Rick.
This video was directed, produced, and edited by students enrolled in DMedia 25A & B.
The goal was to achieve a client experience for enrolled students. The faculty/staff in CTE (Career Technical Education) pitched what they were looking for in media coverage for outreach purposes.
From there, the project was assigned to students. The students brought the pitch to life by creating this CTE video with a focus on the Machinery program.
This ENG (Electronic New Gathering) was produced by DMedia student, Caroleta Washinton.
The goal of this video is to highlight the 1,000 Internship Initiative program. This program allows students to apply for paid internships through a variety of employers, and build their resumes while still in school.
Digital Media beginning and intermediate video students have access to hardware and software including Adobe Premiere, cameras, lenses, tripods, stabilizers, drones, and more to complete their coursework.