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1 Your PSA Project Script/Storyboard

2 PSA Playing Time –30 seconds Script –Serious Topic –3-4 sentences max –Close by referring viewer to agency, telephone number, web site

3 Your PSA Project Storyboard – Print out copies. Located on Class Web Site – Comm 1 Page –Box 1 Color Bars –Box 2 Black Slate –Box 3 Countdown

4 Your PSA Project Storyboard –Box 4 Black –Box 5 Your first scene –Box 6 through Box XX All your scenes Key information

5 Your PSA Project Color Bars 20 seconds Slate 5 seconds Countdown 10 seconds Black 3 seconds First SceneAll Scenes

6 Your PSA Project Slate Subject: PSA -- MADD Director: Ashley Smith Time: 30 seconds Date: March 26, 200X

7 Your PSA Project Storyboard –Box -- Last Black –Box Information Print/Draw what each box (scene) will show At bottom of each box (white space) include the following items: –Transition –Narrator –Music –Music Level –Playing time

8 Your PSA Project Example Transition: Cross fade from black Narrator: Every 60 seconds in America… Music: None Music Level: None Time: 8 seconds Car Crash Pix

9 Your PSA Project Storyboard If there is no narration in a scene, then indicate that fact: –Narrator: None If there is Music, provide CD information: –Music: CD; Artist, Title, Track #; –Music Level: Fade up to normal

10 Your PSA Project Color Bars 20 seconds Slate 5 seconds Countdown 10 seconds Black 2 seconds First SceneAll Scenes

11 Your PSA Project Narrator: None Music: None Music Level: None Time: 3 seconds Black

12 Your PSA Project Transition: Cross fade from black Narrator: None Music: CD, Artist, Title, Track #; Music Level: Fade up to normal; Fade 7seconds Time: 8 seconds B-Roll Montage of Car Crash Pixs

13 Your PSA Project Transition: Cut from B-roll to Smith Narrator: Drunk driving kills… Music: None Music Level: NA Time: 10 seconds Smith/Studio MCU Cam 2

14 Your PSA Project Transition: Cross fade from Smith to B- roll Narrator: Protect yourself and your family… Music: Artist/Title/Track#/ Music Level: Background/low goes PSA end Time: 5 seconds B-Roll Highway driving 5 seconds

15 Your PSA Project Transition: Cut from B-roll to Smith Narrator: Protect yourself and your family today. Music: Artist/Title/Track#/ Music Level: Background/fade out on “today” Time: 3 seconds Smith/Studio CU Cam 2

16 Your PSA Project Character Generator Period X Page 8 Transition: Cut from Smith to Toaster slate Narrator: Call this number for more information. Music: Artist/Tile/Track #/ Music Level: Background/fade out on word “information” Time: 3 seconds MADD

17 Your PSA Project Transition: Cut from Toaster slate to Black Narrator: None Music: None Music Level: NA Time: To End (run 10 seconds) Black

18 Your PSA Project Questions –Storyboard???

19 Your PSA Project Production Teams –You will be assigned a Production Team to handle your PSA taping. –You must meet with the Team’s Director to review your PSA production

20 Your PSA Project Production Teams –Director –Technical Director (Switcher) –Audio Technician –Character Generator/Overlay Operator –Teleprompter Operator –VTR (B-Roll) Operator –Floor Manager –Camera Operator (s) – Cam 2/1

21 Your PSA Project Floor Plan –Studio layout

22 Your PSA Project Floor Plan Set Background Stand with Pix Cam 1 X Floor Manager Monitor Cam 2 Chair

23 Your PSA Project Your Task –Floor Plan Deadline –Improve your script –Redesign your storyboard –Get B-roll/pictures –Sign-up for studio taping date –Rehearse

24 Your PSA Project Questions? Comment? Confused? On the right track? Confident?!

25 Your PSA Project Let’s make the best group of PSAs of any Communications class. Your air date – TBD Class Web Site – Comm 1 Page WVHS Telethon –Time: 5 to 9 p.m. –Channel: Cablevision 78 & WVT 12

26 Your PSA Project Look at some PSAs produced by other Comm 1 classes.

27 Your PSA Project Scriptwriting VideoAudio

28 Your PSA Project Lyme Disease VideoAudio B-roll: Letters Lyme Disease being typed onto screen 4 Seconds Dr. Kapel, Dr. Kapel, call the operator. 4 Seconds

29 Your PSA Project Lyme Disease VideoAudio B-roll: Letters Lyme Disease being typed onto screen 4 Seconds Talent on Camera 8 Seconds Dr. Kapel, Dr. Kapel, call the operator. 4 Seconds Lyme Disease is the leading cause of vector borne infectious illnesses in the United States. About 23,000 cases were reported last year. Music CD 8 Seconds

30 Your PSA Project Lyme Disease VideoAudio B-roll: Letters Lyme Disease being typed onto screen 4 Seconds Talent on Camera 8 Seconds B-roll: Deer in Field 7 seconds Dr. Kapel, Dr. Kapel, call the operator. 4 Seconds Lyme Disease is the leading cause of vector borne infectious illnesses in the United States. About 23,000 cases were reported last year. Music CD 8 Seconds Discovered in 1977, the disease is carried by deer ticks. Their infectious bite on humaans causes the arthritic and flu-like symptoms know as Lyme Discease. Music CD 7 seconds

31 Your PSA Project Lyme Disease VideoAudio B-roll: Letters Lyme Disease being typed onto screen 4 Seconds Talent on Camera 8 Seconds B-roll: Deer in Field 7 seconds B-roll: Picture of Tick 3 Seconds Dr. Kapel, Dr. Kapel, call the operator. 4 Seconds Lyme Disease is the leading cause of vector borne infectious illnesses in the United States. About 23,000 cases were reported last year. Music CD 8 Seconds Discovered in 1977, the disease is carried by deer ticks. Their infectious bite on humaans causes the arthritic and flu-like symptoms know as Lyme Discease. Music CD 7 seconds Don’t let this little buy cause you a big problem. Music CD 3 Seconds

32 Lyme Disease VideoAudio B-roll: Letters Lyme Disease being typed onto screen 4 Seconds Talent on Camera 8 Seconds B-roll: Deer in Field 7 seconds B-roll: Picture of Tick 3 Seconds Talent 3 Seconds Dr. Kapel, Dr. Kapel, call the operator. 4 Seconds Lyme Disease is the leading cause of vector borne infectious illnesses in the United States. About 23,000 cases were reported last year. Music CD 8 Seconds Discovered in 1977, the disease is carried by deer ticks. Their infectious bite on humaans causes the arthritic and flu-like symptoms know as Lyme Discease. Music CD 7 seconds Don’t let this little buy cause you a big problem. Music CD 3 Seconds ___________________________________________________ If you are bit by a tick, contact your doctor immediately. Music CD 3 Seconds

33 Lyme Disease VideoAudio B-roll: Letters Lyme Disease being typed onto screen 4 Seconds Talent on Camera 8 Seconds B-roll: Deer in Field 7 seconds B-roll: Picture of Tick 3 Seconds Talent 3 Seconds Dr. Kapel, Dr. Kapel, call the operator. 4 Seconds Lyme Disease is the leading cause of vector borne infectious illnesses in the United States. About 23,000 cases were reported last year. Music CD 8 Seconds Discovered in 1977, the disease is carried by deer ticks. Their infectious bite on humaans causes the arthritic and flu-like symptoms know as Lyme Discease. Music CD 7 seconds Don’t let this little buy cause you a big problem. Music CD 3 Seconds ___________________________________________________ If you are bit by a tick, contact your doctor immediately. Music CD 3 Seconds

34 Lyme Disease VideoAudio B-roll: Letters Lyme Disease being typed onto screen 4 Seconds Talent on Camera 8 Seconds B-roll: Deer in Field 7 seconds B-roll: Picture of Tick 3 Seconds Talent 3 Seconds Dr. Kapel, Dr. Kapel, call the operator. 4 Seconds Lyme Disease is the leading cause of vector borne infectious illnesses in the United States. About 23,000 cases were reported last year. Music CD 8 Seconds Discovered in 1977, the disease is carried by deer ticks. Their infectious bite on humaans causes the arthritic and flu-like symptoms know as Lyme Discease. Music CD 7 seconds Don’t let this little buy cause you a big problem. Music CD 3 Seconds ___________________________________________________ If you are bit by a tick, contact your doctor immediately. Music CD 3 Seconds

35 Lyme Disease VideoAudio B-roll: Letters Lyme Disease being typed onto screen 4 Seconds Talent on Camera 8 Seconds B-roll: Deer in Field 7 seconds B-roll: Picture of Tick 3 Seconds Talent 3 Seconds B-Roll: Text on Motionback 5 Seconds Dr. Kapel, Dr. Kapel, call the operator. 4 Seconds Lyme Disease is the leading cause of vector borne infectious illnesses in the United States. About 23,000 cases were reported last year. Music CD 8 Seconds Discovered in 1977, the disease is carried by deer ticks. Their infectious bite on humaans causes the arthritic and flu-like symptoms know as Lyme Discease. Music CD 7 seconds Don’t let this little buy cause you a big problem. Music CD 3 Seconds ___________________________________________________ If you are bit by a tick, contact your doctor immediately. Music CD 3 Seconds For more information about this health- threatening disease visit this website. Music: CD 5 Seconds

36 Your PSA Project Questions –Storyboard??? –Script??? –B-roll??? –Set Design??? –Deadlines??? –Grading???


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