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The studio production team
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This chapter looks at the responsibilities of the production team and presenters. The team includes producer, director, floor manager, researcher, script supervisor, vision mixer or switcher, sound supervisor, sound assistant, camera operator, lighting director, lighting assistant, character generator (graphics), video operator/editor, teleprompter operator, set designer, presenter or actor, technical resources manager, and scene crew. Together with the Producer, the Director will be responsible for arriving at a workable schedule, casting (where applicable), shooting and post-production. The more complex the programme and the higher its budget, the more likely it is that there will be other people to support all these responsibilities. Student productions tend not to use scene crew, but they are often present in some guise in professional studios, though the tasks may often be absorbed into other roles.

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