Students should be finishing recording, writing, voicing and editing their news stories. Projects are due Thursday. We will also have a test on Friday 11/4 over various jobs in a newsroom. Here is the list of jobs you need to know for the test:
CAREERS IN TELEVISION, DOCUMENTARIES & PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:
graphic designer - conveys information visually through the use of color, graphics, images, and animation that support the script.
news director - Manages newsroom staff. Demonstrates many skills, including writing, editing, interviewing and announcing news coverage of all types.
producer and assistant producers - decides which stories to cover in a news program and coordinates the details of the program
camera crew takes video footage of an event for a television broadcast
assignment editor-monitors scanners, manages news crews, makes beat checks and generates story ideas.
script writer - works with the producer and the reporters to develop a fluent narration of scripts that keeps the show moving.
reporter - researches a topic, interviews key players, and presents his or her findings on a television news program
newscaster or news anchor - presents a news show on television, radio or the Internet.
lighting director - Responsible for designing, arranging and controlling all lighting.
audio mixer/sound mixer/sound supervisor - Responsible for sound balance of a program. They are in charge of determining the number of microphones and their placement required for the production.
editor - Selects, compiles and cuts video and audio to produce programs. They may assemble clips and segments into programs.
set designer - Responsible for conceiving, designing and organizing sets for a production.
director- visualizes the script by instructing camera operators on the type of shots wanted then selects the best shots for the final production.
floor manager - Cues talent and directs the floor crew. Responsible for organization, safety and security in the studio.
stereographer - The camera operator of 3D film or one who supports 3D equipment in a 3D film.
List 5 jobs that use video: Where is video used?
*Motion picture studios
*Law firms - taping testimony or creating video wills
*Real Estate-video tours of homes and properties
*Education - lessons, projects, athletic events
*Corporations - presentations, training
*Insurance-videotaping contents or homes or damage after a
*Law enforcement/Armed Services - training