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4 Semesters (2 Years)
Credential Awarded
Ontario College Diploma

About the Program

Note: You can also pursue the concurrent credential Broadcasting – Television program offered by Seneca and York University where you can earn a Seneca diploma and a Bachelor of Arts degree.

In this two-year diploma program, you will learn about concepts, audio and video production and how to produce creative and engaging video content from script writing through to a final audio mix and everything in between. The hands-on experience offered by expert professionals, combined with your interest in video production, will enable you to become proficient in creating professional content for a variety of different platforms.


Throughout this program you will develop the following skills:

  • Video editing 
  • Audio production
  • Television production 
  • Media writing
  • Camera operations
  • Production planning 
  • Production management  
  • Computer graphics for television

Work Experience

Field Placement

This program includes a valuable field placement that allows you to put your studies to practice in a professional broadcast setting. You'll be required to complete 100 hours of field placement before graduating from this program.

Your Career

As a graduate of this program, you may pursue future career options, such as:

  • Television producer
  • Video producer
  • Programmer 

  • Production co-ordinator 

  • Production manager 

  • Camera operator 

  • Editor

  • Technical director 

  • Post-production audio mixer  

You may find yourself in television, cable, Internet, commercial, industrial and education production.


  • Broadcast Educators Association of Canada (BEAC)
  • Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB)
  • Ontario Association of Broadcasters (OAB)
  • Corporate Television Association
  • Radio and Television News Directors Association (RTNDA)
  • Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers (SMPTE)

Student Works and Experiences

Success Story

David Common

“The biggest thing for me was the technical aspect. It gave me a leg up because I entered the business at the dawn of video journalism. If you wanted an entry-level job, you had to bring more to the table. Those skills certainly helped.”

David Common
Broadcasting – Radio, Broadcasting – Television

Read David's success story