AIBD/FBC In-Country Workshop on Children’s TV Programme, Suva, Fiji

02/07/2018 08:00
05/07/2018 17:00
Asia/Kuala Lumpur

Introduction and Rationale

The efforts put into the production of children's programmes around the world differ widely. Children today must relate to global media to a far greater extent than before, but children need to take their own cultural ballast with them in order to be able to understand and take other cultures, values, and religions seriously and accept them.

What we offer children regarding nationally produced programmes helps to strengthen their identity and their linguistic and cultural foundation. The smaller the language and cultural area – the more important this is. The training of local producers is important to make these programmes as good as possible.

Aims

The workshop aims at providing the participants an introduction to children's perception of media, as well as an introduction of working methods to make them excellent media-workers with and for children.

Objectives

• To provide an overview of the trends in international children's programme.
• To work with children in television production
• To learn storytelling, writing, and structuring of programme production for children
• To work with brainstorm as method
• To discuss their own work in relation to international productions

Content

• What is drama
• Drama exercises
• What is documentary
• Screening and discussion of participants programmes
• Brainstorm as method
• Group-work manuscript
• Different age-groups
• Transmedia storytelling
• Screening and discussion of international programmes for children
• Written Exercises

Profile of Participant

• News presenters, directors and editors with at least 1 year of media-production experience and/or interests in production for children.
• Ability to understand, speak and write in English fluently.