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1 Working Practices and Jobs You will be asked about the jobs that people can have in their industry and what their job entails.

2 research freelance fixed term contract temp contract Management administrative Key words:

3 Types of questions you may be asked: 1.What do you understand about the phrase fixed term contract? (2 marks) 2.Give examples, one from each industry, of a job role and explain their importance. (4 marks) 1.Using an example from one media industry you have studied, identify a job role and what it contributes to the production process. (2 marks) 2.Freelance working is common in the media industries. Explain what a ‘freelance’worker is and give two examples, one from each of the industries you have studied, ofthis working practice.(4 marks)

4 Working Practices and Jobs Types of employment contracts: Permanent –full time job. Job for the long-term. Fixed term- Just for a short time or for a specific task. Employers can pay them a set amount Freelance – short-term, self-employed. A freelance writer could just do a one off task for a newspaper.

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6 Jobs in the newspaper industry The Editor The editor makes sure that everything makes sense and is publishable. They check that anything they are printing isn't offensive and that everything is in order. https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/ad vice/planning/jobprofiles/Pages/newspaperor magazineeditor.aspx

7 Photographer Takes the photos to accompany the stories. seeking out appropriate photographic subjects and opportunities; carrying out research and preparation for a shoot; working in different locations and in different circumstances to get the right image

8 Art Editor Art editors work in the design or art teams of magazines, both printed and digital, and are responsible for the way a magazine looks. Their main responsibility is to ensure that a consistent look and feel to the pages is conveyed across the publication.

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10 Journalists Research and write the copy for the articles – they may specialise in a certain field such as a political correspondent, sports reporter, entertainment or fashion journalism. tvk tvk

11 Journalists Research and write the copy for the articles – they may specialise in a certain field such as a political correspondent, sports reporter, entertainment or fashion journalism. tvk tvk

12 Jobs in the television industry Floor Manager Links the people on the set to the people creating the ideas. The floor manager is responsible for passing on cues to presenters and guests to ensure timings are met and the broadcast goes smoothly. on.htm

13 Makeup and Hair Designers Make-up and Hair Designers usually work on feature films and high budget television dramas. Make-up and Hair are key elements in the overall design of films or television productions, creating a look for the characters in relation to social class, and time periods. They are responsible for the overall design, application, continuity and care of make-up and hair throughout the pre- production and production periods. myjobsearch.com/career s/make-up- artist.html

14 Runner Runners work across the TV industry so you could be doing anything from helping out on sets to helping out with the editing process post-production. Making cups of coffee for cast and crew Cleaning up sets and green rooms Meeting and greeting important guests and TV stars Photocopying and general admin Getting lunch – for everyone! description

15 Section 3: Working Practices and Jobs 1.What do you understand about the phrase fixed term contract? (2 marks) 2.Give examples, one from each industry, of a job role and explain their importance. (4 marks) 1.Using an example from one media industry you have studied, identify a job role and what it contributes to the production process. (2 marks) 2.Freelance working is common in the media industries. Explain what a ‘freelance’worker is and give two examples, one from each of the industries you have studied, ofthis working practice.(4 marks)

16 1.From the media industry you have studied today, identify two different types of media ownership? 2.How might the ownership of a media organisation affect its output? 3.From your studies of the media industries you will know that media organisations can vary in size and nature. What is a ‘media conglomerate’? 4.Media organisations need to find money to finance their operations. Name one way in which an organisation in that industry generates income. Section 2: Ownership control and finance

17 1.Why is a knowledge of a target audience important for television producers 2.Give one example of how your industries target their audience effectively. 3.How do companies research their audience? 4.Identify one way in which audience size is recorded. 5.Name a primary and secondary research method your institutions might use. Section 1: audiences


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