Television Production

1.0THE PRODUCTION TEAM

* The progamme Deviser
* The Researcher
* The Producer
* The Presenter
* The Actor

* Production personnel and job description,

* Executive Producer,
* Production Assistant,
* Technical Director,
* Floor Manager,
* Continuity Announcer,
* Gaffer ,
* Sound Engineer,
* Lighting Director,
* Director,
* Location Manager,
* Presenter

2.0 THE STUDIO IN GENERAL

* The Studio control room
* Master control room
* Studio Booth
* Studio support areas
* Types of studios dead and live studios

3.0 THE CAMERA

* Parts of the camera like lenses pick up tube, view finder
* How the camera works
* Monochrome and colour cameras
* ENG and EFP cameras
* Picture composition
* Camera movements- zooming; dollying, panning, arc; tilt; crab; track

4.0 SHOTS

Types of Shots (Major Shots)

* W.S.L.S
* V.L.S. V.W.S
* MCU
* CU
* ECU

Other Shots

* Two Shots
* Reaction shots
* Listening
* Cut a way shot

5.0 LIGHTING

* Aims of lighting
* Types of illumination, measuring illumination
* Three point lighting concept
* Colour temperature
* Studio lighting instruments
* Lighting control equipment

6.0 PRODUCTION STAGES AND PROCESSES

a) Stages

Pre-production
* Actual Production
* Post Production

b) Process

Conceptualization of the programmed idea
* Scripting
* Planning
* Research
* Reconnaissance
* Ball session
* Editing
* Transmission
* Commissioning of the programme
* Budgeting

7.0 WRITING NEWS FOR TELEVISION

* Style and format

8.0 SOUND/ MICROPHONES

* Types of microphones; merits and demerits of each mix
* pick up patterns of the microphones.

9.0 EDITING

* Types of editing for example linear editing and non-linear editing
* Advantages of each type

10. INTERVIEW

* How to ask questions
* What makes a good interview

11. TV PRESENTING

* What makes a good presenter

12. Types of Programmes

13. Project




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