Television Production

As the world of TV Production continues to evolve and expand, students at Inlet Grove Community High School are educated in technique and equipped with the tools to become creative problem solvers and visual storytellers. From viral videos, to TV news, to Hollywood blockbusters, and everything in between, the foundation of effective production remains to be storytelling. Our students begin with learning the fundamentals of journalistic writing, broadcast scriptwriting, then move into fiction writing with a deep focus on the essentials of traditional storytelling. Studying how to best communicate visually through the medium, students gain hands-on experience with industry standard equipment and the latest software, culminating in certifications that make Inlet Grove students college ready and career prepared.

Course Information

Online CreditNo
Wheel ClassYes
Block ScheduleYes
Prerequisites3.0 GPA
LocationOn Campus

Peter Goldstein

Mr. Goldstein is the TV Production Instructor at Inlet Grove. He graduated from The State University of New York College at Oneonta with a B.S. in Speech Communication. He later went on to work in the music industry at various record labels, recording studios and then making his way into video production. He has been working at Inlet Grove High School since 2016. Peter is passionate about his students and helping them develop the necessary technical, creative and communication skills to ensure their success.


  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Adobe After Effects

College Credit

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Career Outlook and Salaries

Producers and directors create motion pictures, television shows, live theater, commercials, and other performing arts productions. They interpret a writer’s script to entertain or inform an audience.

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Quick Facts: Reporters, Correspondents, and Broadcast News Analysts

2019 Median Pay$74,420 per year
$35.78 per hour
Typical Entry-Level EducationBachelor's degree
Work Experience in a Related OccupationLess than 5 years
On-the-job TrainingNone
Number of Jobs, 2018152,400
Job Outlook, 2018-285% (As fast as average)
Employment Change, 2018-287,200