Going Live in 3, 2, 1: Have You Got What It Takes to Be a TV Producer?
Find out what skills are needed, what's in a day's work, and where TV production can take you. You'll also learn about audience analysis, scriptwriting, and various kinds of producers. Whether pitching a proposal, working with the writers, or creating a schedule to start filming, TV production is a job in the spotlight! The On the Job series lets you go behind the scenes of today's hottest careers. You'll discover what it takes to make it and how much fun the work can be!
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