Course details It is widely acknowledged that the effective use of technology is a critical success factor for a wide range of organisations in the media sector. It is also well established that the effective use of technology requires an understanding of both the technical aspects and the management issues. Traditionally, technical graduates lack the business management perspective and media studies graduates lack the necessary technical appreciation. Video Production and Streaming bridges that gap and aims to produce graduates who have a broad range of knowledge and skills, capable of effective problem solving in industry immediately on graduation. They combine technical appreciation with business awareness and developed people management skills. This is entirely consistent with many recent reports of the employers' needs of new graduates. Three strands (production; technology; management) run throughout the course, building knowledge at each level. If this sounds like the sort of thing you had in mind as a career then the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at Liverpool John Moores University can offer the first vital step on the road to your future success. The Department consistently achieves high scores from the UK government, with various areas of its research listed as being of national or international importance. The Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering is based within the Faculty of Engineering and Technology. All teaching and knowledge transfer activity is supported by high quality applied research and collaboration with national and international companies such as: ABB, Alstom, Jaguar, Delphi, Unilever, Airbus Industries, Sky, British Nuclear Fuel (BNFL), Rolls Royce, Goodrich, ITV, Shell, Pilkington, BMW, BAE Systems, BBC, Bibby Line, Scottish Power, Castrol.