3 good reasons to study Media Technology at Salford: High demand for graduates with broad technical skills. Merge engineering theory with production know-how and practical course work. Opportunities to work on programmes for Channel M. The rapid growth in communications, High Definition, internet and mobile technologies has created a demand for graduates with broad technical skills, specifically in operational technical areas, systems design, broadcast engineering and networked media technology. This Media Technology course will enable you to learn the theory of video, audio, IT and IP practice in the broadcast and cinema industry, radio, TV and internet-delivered media. The course merges this engineering theory with production know-how and practical course work. There are plenty of opportunities to work on programmes for Channel M which broadcasts on the Sky network across Europe. By the time you graduate, you will be familiar with broadcast and cinema methods of working and a broad range of technical skills.