The rapid expansion of the United Arab Emirates and Dubai in particular, in terms of TV broadcasting over recent years, has led to a multitude of available TV channels. Competition for journalistic careers within these organizations is fierce and only the best make it to the top.
Our aim is to not only assist our trainees with securing these much sought-after positions, but also to raise the standard of TV journalism and production within these organizations from within.
Our rigorous training programs enable our graduates to perform, from day one. Because of this ethos, we’re the only B2B (business-to-business) media array in the MENA region that is able to assist its trainees to get the job they want in TV stations and production houses around the region.
Our training courses cover the following segments:
• University graduates
TV journalism and production courses. Learn how to apply the intellectual rigour and theoretical elements you have learned in your university courses to practical situations which will prepare you for the busy day-to-day life of a TV news room or production facility
• Existing TV professionals
Enhancing and updating skill sets. As technology and trends evolve, we offer you the opportunity to polish your skills and experience and keep them relevant to today’s demanding TV audience.
• Political and business leaders
Media training; it is essential that both political and business leaders are skilled communicators and are comfortable under public scrutiny. We provide training to enable prominent figures to gain or enhance the necessary skills required for dealing with all media, especially the immediacy of TV.
Reporters has an elite team of world-class trainers integrating a unique talent mix representing various international media schools such as American, British, French and German. The list consists of 60 names of the brightest stars in the world of TV journalism and production.
Reporters will be offering the following TV training courses according to the schedule below:
Mar 11 - Mar 15, 2018 TV Presenting Advance
Mar 25- Apr 05, 2018 TV Presenting Essential
Apr 08 - May 03, 2018 Arabic Language & Vocal Performance Skills
May 6 - May 10, 2018 Radio Presenting Skills
May 13 - Mar 17, 2018 Avid Essentials
For more details about our courses and bookings, please contact us on : +971 4 3416660 or Click on Training Schedule 2018.
At the cornerstone of our philosophy is our ambition to encourage the next generation of TV “Reporters” and journalists to display the highest levels of professional competence, combined with the qualities of objectivity, integrity, honesty and intellectual curiosity.
Our courses, therefore, strike a balance between practical skills, such as equipment and state-of-the-art computer programme familiarisation, writing scripts and developing work patterns which will enhance a news room, and those qualities which are less tangible, such as building the personality of the consummate professional reporter and auditing personal ethical behaviour.
- TV journalism for beginners course
- TV journalism for professionals course
- Conflict/Disaster zone reporting
- News editing course (Basic / Advanced)
- News production course (Basic / Advanced)
- News presenting course (Basic / Advanced)
- TV show presenting course (Basic / Advanced)
- News filming course
- Documentary film producing course
- Documentary film shooting course
- Documentary film directing course
- News video-editing (montage) course (Basic / Advanced)
- Documentary video-editing course
- News directing course
- News programs directing course
1. AVID iNEWS newsroom management system.
2. AVID NEWSCUTTER system for video-editing of news and programs.
3. A course in MEDIA COMPOSER system for advanced video-editing of news and programs.
All courses offered at “Reporters” are 2 weeks long except the “TV journalism for beginners’ course” which lasts 3-4 weeks
Moreover, “Reporters” has the capability to design customized courses tailored to individual and corporate clients needs.
For more details of our courses, please contact us or use the feedback form.