Art, Media and Entertainment Sector

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Arts, Media and Entertainment Sector

 

The Arts, Media, and Entertainment Sector offers a broad range of employment opportunities. The variety of careers in this sector can accommodate different personalities ranging from eccentric actresses and professional gamers to multi-tasking managers. To be successful in these careers, self-discipline is a must. Work is often project-based, requiring time management skills with the ability to meet strict deadlines. Academic studies are needed to understand and keep up with changing technology used in this industry. A broad academic background, and interpersonal skills are also valuable. Participating in the arts promotes teamwork, communication skills, critical thinking, and decision-making abilities.

 


Courses offered by ROP

   Media and Design Pathway

2003 - Graphic Design

2006 - Video Broadcasting

2014 - Video Production

2016 - Video Production Level II

2020 - Music Production and Recording Arts

2022 - Music Technology

2057 - Photo Technology

2058 - Digital Photography

2071 - Video Broadcasting

2076 - Play Production

2079 - Web Design

To register for one of these courses or for more information please contact ROP Counselor at your site.

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Graphic Design

Video Production


Web Design

Photography


Labor Market: Art, Media and Entertainment Sector

Title EmployedIncome
Audio and Video Equipment Technicians 117 46,300
Film and Video Editors 44 87,800
Interpreters and Translators 156 32,200