Cultivating people who aspire to work in broadcasting, such as TV, Radio, Lighting, Art Design, and Animation audio!
Students can learn techniques and acquire know-hows through a curriculum centeredon hands-on practice using facilities of the same quality as those of broadcastingstations, such as the TV and lighting studios affiliated with the school, and crane cameras that are indispensable in music programs. Students from different departments will work together on dramas, variety shows, and music programs from planning to production with each being responsible for his/her respective area of study, whether it is directing, technology, art design, or some other field.
Broadcasting Arts Department
Training Staff to Be the Brains of the TV Industry!
The department trains students to be TV directors, TV scriptwriters, and managers who support TV personalities behind the scenes. In addition to listening to lectures given by currently active TV producers, directors, and managers, students learn how to produce real programs through program production practices that emphasize the importance of teamwork.
Television Director, Script Writer, Talent manager, Producer, Time keeper, Program production desk
Broadcasting Engineering Department
Training Students to Become Specialists in Camera Techniques and Editing
In training to become video technicians, such as TV cameramen and video editors, students not only learn the basics of shooting video but also polish skills in camera work and editing. This department offers students many opportunities to handle actual cameras and editing equipment so that they can grow accustomed to their tools of the trade. Students are able to acquire knowledge and skills through program production practice.
Television Cameraman, Image Editor, Technical Director, Video engineer（VE）
Event Lighting Department
Learning about Concert, Stage, and TV Program Lighting
The most unique characteristic of this department is that it specializes in lighting. First-year students comprehensively learn about both concert/stage lighting and TV-related lighting. Second-year students study separate courses on specialized lighting.
Lighting Director, Lighting Designer, Stage Lighting, Lighting operator, Moving light operator
TV Art Design Department
Training Personnel to Work as Art Design Staff
This department cultivates various art staff: art designers, stage setting staff, props setting staff, and wardrobe technicians. In the TV art class, students get to practice on the front lines under the guidance of professionals. Knowledge and expertise are acquired by doing actual work at real shooting locations and work sites. In classes related to wardrobe techniques, students learn everything from clothes design to sewing.
Art Designer, Art Director, Stage Setting, Props Setting, Wardrobe, Stage design director
Broadcasting Acoustic Technology Department
Studying Sound for Radio, Animation, TV, etc., Comprehensively
The department fosters specialists involved with sound in radio, animation, TV, etc. In classes related to radio, students learn the production process of radio programs that are actually broadcast. In classes related to animation audio, students learn about the composition of sound while mixing in voice-overs for animation. In classes related to TV sound, students not only experience recording sounds on site but also learn about the production process and how to choose sound effects.
Radio Director, Radio Mixer, Animation Audio, Television Sound Design