Video production schools train their students to work with a flexible medium whose content, length, and pace are very basic elements of putting together the whole package. Graduates with video production degrees have mastered non-linear digital video editing, which is the industry standard for professionals working in television and film, and also for Web pages and the Internet. In video production school you may also learn to produce films for specialized audiences, such as documentaries or business or government videos that are intended to promote an organization's image.
Industry demand for video production editors skilled in the leading digital post-production techniques has caused non-linear video editing to emerge as a rapidly growing specialty. Careers in video production can lead to jobs in broadcasting, TV, radio, as well as in the corporate world, where video is increasingly used as a marketing tool. Employment for video producers is expected to grow rapidly, but training at a formal video production school is likely to help you advance more rapidly.