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Television Production: Chapter 2
Mr. Hilsman DURANT HS
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the newscaster who hosts the studio portion of the newscast; the dominant voice in the presentation of the news to the audience.
individual who has control over the flow of information and assignments and, as such, is probably the best connection at a broadcast news outlet.
the person who acts as the liaison between the director and the cast and crew and who takes charge of the rehearsal when the director is absent.
the sound elements of a television broadcast.
concerned with the recording, manipulation, mixing and reproduction of sound.
the person who actually operates the camera on the set, under the instructions of the director and the director of photography.
name given to all the talent participating in a production.
creates the program titles using a character generator, including lower-thirds and full screens.
person who works with the scriptwriter and is considered to be an expert in the program's subject matter.
production personnel not generally seen on the camera, usually the equipment operators.
signal that prompts an actor into a new set of dialogue or action.
the person in charge of guiding and instructing the actors in matters of speech delivery and stage movements.
final phase of production which includes distribution to the end user.
the process by which the editor combines and coordinates individual shots into a whole.
someone whose job is to prepare text, film, etc. by deciding what to include and making mistakes correct.
person who finds the financing for a film and puts the package together.
studio personnel that relays cues from the director to the talent.
the director's "eyes and ears" in the studio.
the actual edge of the video picture; the edge of the video picture on all four sides.
placing objects in the camera's frame by operating it.
chief electrician on the set, in charge of all the lights.
responsible for all the artwork required for the production.
person who moves the equipment, scenery, and props on a studio set.
decides on the placement of lighting instruments and the appropriate color of light needed.
keeps all the production equipment functioning as optimum performance level.
the cosmetic material; the way in which one is painted; the process of application of a cosmetic.
assists in application of prosthetics and makeup.
the person responsible for the structure of the newsroom, for personnel matters (performance evaluations and hiring and firing employees), managing the budget, and the overall effectiveness of the newsroom.
camera operator in the field.
photographer who regularly performs duties of both the photographer and the reporter.
modifying and finalizing a project to accomplish the intended purpose, optimizing the output to meet the client's needs.
the process of preparing all the elements of a video production, including planning, storyboarding, script writing, scheduling, props, camera angles and locations.
in a non-news environment, the producer purchases materials and services in the creation of a finished program. in a broadcast news facility, the producer coordinates the content and flow of a newscast.
actual shooting of the program.
in charge of various aspects of production such as lighting (gaffer), cable management (grip), and others.
person who deals with budget and technical aspects of the program.
the process of cutting between cameras.
everyone involved in the production, both staff and talent.
general aesthetics (look and design) of the show.
a person who investigates and reports or edits news stories.
operating and controlling the camera from a remote location.
the background used to represent natural features or other surroundings on the set.
writes the script for the project, which involves writing the story, characters and setting of the multimedia piece.
the effect or impression used to produce materials that cannot be achieved by normal techniques.
the people who work behind the scenes of the production, usually controlling the equipment.
the people in the view of the camera.
portion of the program that you can see.
the technicians who manage the equipment, mostly responsible for the quality of the video signal.
in charge of recording the program onto videotape.
the individual responsible for recording the master video file in a tapeless television production environment.
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