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Media Producer-Director Duties

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This is responsible, creative work in the preparation and production of educational television programs.
An employee allocated to this class of work is responsible for preparing programs, and overseeing the filming and taping prior to and review after broadcasts. Supervision is exercised over studio and film crew.


Conducts production conferences with subject matter specialist to determine the course of action to be taken prior to and during broadcast filming; conducts research on production topics.

Discusses and selects, with the aid of artist, the various kinds of art work to be used in programs.

Selects visual materials for program inserts; dubs films and tapes when filming is in progress; makes slides and prepares and edits scripts.

Coordinates and directs crew members and technicians during program production.

Monitors elapsed time and time remaining during telecasts.

Determines which sets are to be used, and then instructs crew members on their construction and placement.

Performs related work as required.


Graduation from an accredited college or university, with major course work in television broadcast production; and experience in television program production; or any equivalent combination of training and experience.

Considerable knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques used in the production of television programs.

Considerable knowledge of the uses, operation, and limitations of television broadcast equipment.

Ability to think and act quickly and efficiently and to work effectively as a part of a closely coordinated team.

Ability to translate information and ideas into effective program content.



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