Program Information

College: Communication & Information
Degree: BA, BS
Limited Access: Yes
Contact: CCI Advising Center
School of Communication
Suite 3100, University Center C, FSU
P.O. Box 3062664
Tallahassee, FL USA 32306-2664
Phone: (850) 644-7278


The Digital Media Production Program is a limited-access, cutting-edge program designed to prepare students for the rapidly changing world of digital media.

With the proliferation of video equipment and editing software, digital video production has burst through the confines of television studios and Hollywood conventions, allowing small teams to create visual material that is distributed across a host of media. This program gives students the skills needed to become confident visual storytellers and media makers.

Digital Media Production students learn the foundation skills of shooting HD video, recording sound and using lighting for dramatic effect. Alongside these traditional elements, students also learn to use contemporary post production software including Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, Audition and AfterEffects, and a suite of 3D animation software. Students also have the opportunity to learn emerging technologies, such as VR and 360 video production. These tools, combined with a theoretical background in visual storytelling, prepare students for work in industries ranging from film and television, sports media, local production studios and innovative jobs related to streaming video and on-line productions.

The DMP Program focuses on documentary and sports media.  This emphasis on reality based visual storytelling teaches students to capture events the first time, because there are no second takes in real life. Whether you are filming a live event or following a player run down the field, our program prepares students to work in a dynamic, ever-changing world that requires technical skill and lightning fast reflexes.

Through documentary and public interest media, students learn the power of real world stories to influence their peers, politics, and public opinion.

Produced by Anthony Fins, Parker Foreman, Madeline Hill and Max Rykov in RTV4332 Documentary Video Production in the Fall 2019 semester