PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT AND TV BUSINESS
This core skills introductory course in television production management aims to develop your knowledge of the management, leadership, scheduling and budgeting skills required to successfully manage a factual television programme and production team.
The aim of this TV production management course are to equip production staff and TV production managers with the core skills needed to successfully manage a factual television programme and develop their financial and team management skills.
By the end of this course delegates will have gained the core skills required to successfully manage a television production and its staff which they can then augment by attending additional specialist skill courses.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Break down a script
- Develop a production/shooting schedule
- Organize the acquisition of all production factors
- Manage a production set
- Develop a proposal for the Production and Airing of a TV programme
Delivery Method: Instructor led classroom, demonstrations, internships, and field work based.
Audience/Participants: Minimum Senior High School, or at least two years working experience on a TV/Film Set, or TV Station, looking to gain or sharpen their skills to enable them manage the production and screening of TV programmes.
Course Duration: 8 Weeks – 2*2working hours per week
- What is Television Production Management?
- Television Genres
- Historical View
- Current Trends
- The Production Cycle/Production Schedule
- Types of Scripts
- Components of Scripts
- Script Breakdown
- The Shooting Schedule
Economics Of Production:
- Production Costs
- Revenue Streams
- The local condition
- Going Forward (Case Study – Taxi Driver, Sun City)
- Models at play
- Pre-Set Operations
- On-Set Dynamics
- Working Relationships
- Production Of Sample TV Programme