3-part gender-based audio-visual prod, presentation training commences

Monday November 22,2021

To learn and produce a more engaging video presentation in its adaption to the new normal, the College of Business Economics and Management (CBEM) Entrepreneur Department, in partnership with the Centre for Gender and Development (CGAD), and the Extension Management Division (EMD) held the 1st phase of a three-part training of the Gender-Based Lecture-Training on Audio-Visual Production and Presentation at the BU Daraga Campus, Multi-Media Room on November 19, 2021.

The event commenced with the acknowledgement delivered by the Activity-In-Charge and Chair of the Entrep. Dept., Prof. Edgar S. Barrameda attended by representatives from various offices and colleges of the university. Some participants were from the College of Arts and Letters (CAL), EMD, National Service Training Program, CBEM, Communication and Public Relations Office, and others.

The training proper began with the discussion of the Pre-Production presented by Prof. Anacito E. Dematera, Chair of the Print and Broadcast Media Dept. from CAL. His discussion includes the story-board writing, camera shots and angles, brainstorming of possible topics and themes, and reviewing of the gathered materials.

Afterwards, the discussion on Production Proper was presented by Don Ellis Canela, former Digital News Gathering Specialists/Cameraman/Editor of ABS-CBN Regional Network Group. The media veteran focused on the technicality of production in the process of actual shooting.

The participants are expected to produce an audio-visual presentation relevant to Women’s Rights. The 2nd and final phase of the workshop is not yet finalized due to the busy schedule of the participants and organizers and the impending annual accreditation and ISO.

Health and safety protocols were observed in the conduct of the activity. (written by: Arnold Noda, Photos by: Edgar S. Barrameda)