The process of production

July 2006
Televisual;Jul2006 Supplement, p54
The article introduces a series of articles about tips and guidelines of some experts in producing television programs. The main elements of broadcast production includes the following: that one should make clear about the delivery requirements of one's program; one should let suppliers; and, compare the relative advantages of using a one-stop shop for post production, combining video, audio and graphics of effects, with separate specialist.


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