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Television Production Crew
Terms in this set (15)
the person in charge of launching and guiding the entire production
The person, or people, who provides the funding necessary to produce the program.
Writes the script, commentary and dialogue.
anyone whose voice is heard or appears on camera
those who appear on camera in a dramatic role
those who appear on camera in a nondramatic role (e.g., hosts, musicians, etc)
a person who typically doesn't appear on camera, but whose voice is heard
the person or people in charge of outfitting the talent in clothes appropriate for the story, script, or production
this person arranges the audio recording equipment, sets up and check the microphones, and monitors audio quality throughout the production
Microphone boom/grip operator
watches rehearsals and decides on the proper mics and their placement for each scene.
video recorder operator
arranges video recording equipment and accessories, sets up video recordings, and monitors video quality throughout the production
carefully makes notes on scene and continuity details as each scene is shot to ensure that these details remain consistent between takes and scenes.
The person who creates the titles for the program using a character generator.
set up, run, and operate the cameras on the productions set, as well as work with the director in blocking each shot
Floor Manager/Stage Manager
the person responsible for coordinating activities on the set
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