Specs Howard Blog
If you are looking to break into the media industry you may have one question on your mind, “should I use a Pro Camcorder or a DSLR?” Well, Both options have definite advantages over the other but it mostly just comes down to what production you are working on. Let's take a look at what some of those differences are.
In the media industry you will come across a lot of different equipment. Some you may be familiar with and others may be new to you. One piece of equipment you may run into is the Century Stand, “C-Stand” for short. Depending on what your position is on set, you may be responsible for setting up or staging a C-Stand.
Every year the Specs Howard School of Media Arts Career Services Department hosts an Internship Fair. An internship can be a vital starting point for anyone's career, offering education and insight while working within the media industry. The Internship Fair offers networking opportunities with leading local employers in Michigan. Check out a few photos of the event below!
Topics: Career Services
Meet Specs Howard Digital Media Arts graduate Josh Campos. Josh started his journey in the media industry here at The Specs Howard School of Media Arts and is now furthering his career at TVS Communications. Listen as he tells his story of how Specs Howard helped him grow!
There is an art to everything done in the media industry. As with any niche, there is a set of vocabulary needed to understand what is going on around you. In the media industry, there are odd names for everyday objects. For example, extension cords are known as “stingers” and clothes pins are referred to as “c-47s”. There are also certain ways to perform everyday tasks, like wrapping a cable, also known as "wrangling".
Things that you should have ready before speaking with clients