Behind movie screens, television and even our computer there is a group of professionals prepared to build the reality that reaches the viewer. Audiovisual Communication
Image and sound are associated with a technology that in turn has a commercial projection. Thus, through a series of audio and image devices it is possible to create a communication .
What subjects are studied in audiovisual communication?
There are certain disciplines that have a more theoretical character, such as the fundamentals of communication, communication law or the historical evolution of audiovisual media. On the other hand, there are disciplines that have an important practical dimension (photo reporting , production and directing, audiovisual journalism , development of a script for a media). Likewise, there are issues related to the management and marketing of audiovisual products. In fact, all of them must be combined with certain elements: creativity and art.
The audiovisual sector is so broad that a professional in this field can dedicate themselves to the world of cinema or television in various tasks, as well as in advertising, video production, video games, photography, internet , among others.
Both students and audiovisual communication professionals should be familiar with the wide variety of programs: video (AVS Video Editor), audio (AVS Audio Converter), image programs (AVS Photo Editor) or by different web design programs.
the world of cinema
When a viewer looks at the titles of credit when finishing a film, they can see that there is a large list of participating professionals. Many of them belong to the world of audiovisual communication: writers, assistant directors, script assistants, artistic or photography director, camera operator, scene photographer, image control technician or sound technician, special effects technicians, etc.
Any of these professionals is related to the image and sound of a film, as well as its environment and the story it tells.
Historical view of audiovisual communication
The current audiovisual media took their first steps in the late nineteenth century with the emergence of cinema, although photography had already developed before. Radio was introduced in the first decades of the 20th century, in 1950, television was used by most countries. Both cinema, radio, television and later the internet were made possible thanks to a series of scientific and technological advances such as radio frequency, electromagnetic waves and the satellite signal in space.