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TV Production Overview Part I and II Quiz
This person is generally in charge of the entire production.
This important part of any production is a document that tells everyone what to do and say. What am I?
Actors, reporters, hosts, guest, and off-camera narrators are generally called what?
I am in charge of working out the preproduction details and I coordinate the production activities by selecting camera shots and interpreting the script. Who am I?
I operate the video switcher in the control room. I take directions from the director. What’s my title?
If you are talent on the show, you really need me to help you look good in front of the camera. Who am I?
I am responsible for seeing that the talent have clothes that are appropriate to the story and script. Who am I?
Without me you would not hear what's going on. I work with the microphones and audio equipment. I am who?
Video recording is my specialty. I set up the video tape machines and check the monitors for video quality. I am the____________________.
I am a details person. I need to make sure everything is in its place as we go from scene to scene. Who am I?
I handle the opening titles and credits. Without me you wouldn’t know who did what. So I must be the______________________ operator.
Setting up the camera and taking directions from the director is what I do. You wouldn’t see much without me. I am the_______________________ operator.
I work on the set and am responsible for coordinating the activities like getting everyone in place before the director yells “action”. Who am I?
When the shooting is over someone has to put it all together into a final product. That’s my job. I am the ___________.
The television production process is commonly broken down into three main phases. What are they? 1. 2. 3.
My production phase is very important because it is where everything is planned out ahead of time. What phase am I?
Now it’s time to record and shoot the program with the cameras and talent in place. This is where the “action” is. I am the____________________ phase.
Now in my phase we put together, in order, the recorded segments. We ad special effects and music to ad excitement to the show. Now the show is ready for distribution. What phase am I?
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