EMB 110 Study Guide
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EMB 110 March 29, 2016 Study Guide Major Types of Video/ Television & Motion Picture Production ENG (Electronic News Gathering) Low budget Minimum crew Capture story as it unfolds Live production Film Style Production High end, multimillion dollar production Do-overs; not a live production Lots of people; big term with actors and actress Much more equipment Studio Production Evening news, live sports, and sitcoms Live editing Multiple camera’s and camera angles Remote Production Same as studio production except they are on location Basic Local T.V Station Organization Structure Know all the departments Sales Engineering Promotions/Marking/ Community Affairs Creative Services (Art Department) News Production Production Department (live T.V) Production Manager Producers in charge of content run down script Director technical execution in control room Floor director allows on head sets in the studio area hand signals to crew and cast Technical director Operates video switcher A-2 (Audio Assistant) Sets up mics for the Audio person Engineer in Charge (EIC) Head engineer Broadcast Journalism Name all 5 basic principles Accuracy – accurate information Balance – all sides of a story Objectivity – list facts, not opinions Fairness – telling the story without exposing people Ethics – what you should or should not do even if it is legal T.V News Department Newscast Producer In charge of content Start off small, an anchor is something you have to work up to. It takes years of being a reporter first. Characteristics of Film Style High resolution Significantly more expensive Use of actors & actresses Above-the-line: the creative side Screenwriters – Writes the stories Producer – in charge of budget Executive Producer – Investor Director – on location; in charge of cast and crew Below-the-line: a trade skill set Script Supervisor – makes sure everything in a scene is shot. In charge of Continuity checks Director of Photography or “DP” – in charge of visuals; Camera lens, style and angle Grips – in charge of lighting Gaffer – unload equipment and set up lights Boom Operator – holds boom pole with the a mic at the end above the actors/actresses and records ENG & Film Style Production Newscast producer – content Newscast Executive or “EP” – invests in production Scripted Narrative TV producer – head writer on high end productions (film productions)
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