Film Schools Turn To Television, Digital Shorts To Stay Relevant

04/02/2012 01:17 pm ET | Updated Jun 02, 2012

Twenty-seven-year-old Teddy Diefenbach switched from a graduate film and television production concentration at the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts to the interactive media division, in part because he hoped he'd be more employable.

"I want to do creative work, but I also want to have a professional plan," he told TheWrap. "I wanted to work on a skill that I could find work doing."

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