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Chapter 9 + more. NEWS. Characteristics. News program Most stories presented are current Cover Local, regional, national & international topics That are newsworthy Include Readers VO’s VOSOT’s Packages. News is immediately responsive to events News programs

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  1. Chapter 9 + more NEWS

  2. Characteristics • News program • Most stories presented are current • Cover • Local, regional, national & international topics • That are newsworthy • Include • Readers • VO’s • VOSOT’s • Packages

  3. News is • immediately responsive to events • News programs • Use more high tech equipment for presentation • Usually run at a fast pace • Stories tend to be shorter than print/magazine news

  4. Preproduction • Director • Prepares the director script • Camera changes • Identifies VO’s / Packages, SOT’s, PSA’s • Name fonts • Marks countdowns to events • Anticipates possible changes • Prepares for crisis • Ready to adjust on the fly • Able to remain calm when things go wrong

  5. Preproduction • Producer • Selects the stories that will be presented during news • Identifies type for each story • VO, VOSOT, Package, Reader • Prepares the rundown • Lists which anchor is reading what story • Review rundown items & timing are correct • Makes sure that all footage for show is ready • Uploaded into the switcher

  6. Scripts • Final scripts should be distributed to staff/crew • One to the anchors (2 or 3) • One for the director • One for AD or Production assistant • One for the producer • One for the record • One extra

  7. During on air production • Producer • Reviews the rundown and the live broadcast • Checks the timing of each item to keep show on track • Makes adjustments during breaks if needed • (Commercials/PSA’s) • Makes sure that control room staff are updated of changes

  8. During on air production • Director • Stays with the script to ensure show flows smoothly • Be prepared for changes that may occur • Communicate with production team crew • Name fonts, ready AND take commands • Countdowns to events • Be aware of what’s on and what's coming up • Try to avoid tunnel vision

  9. During on air production • Technical director • Listens for direction from director • Pays attention to what’s live & what’s in preview • Executes name fonts when requested by director • Plays clips when directed • PSA’s, Commercials, etc • Stay prepared to make adjustments if miscues occur

  10. During on air production • Floor director • Listens to directors commands • Communicates with talent on floor • Indicates upcoming and live cameras • Counts down to events with director • Important to avoid talent conflict with SOT’s • Provides stretch and wrap commands

  11. During on air production • Audio engineer • Makes sure that proper audio source is live • Talent • Reader, VO, VOSOT, SOT • PSA/Commercial source • Keep audio levels accurate • Not too loud to avoid clipping • Not too soft to ensure clarity

  12. During on air production • Talent • Read stories on teleprompter • Anticipate changes • Try to remain smooth • Try to avoid overreacting or getting upset • Watch floor director cues • For countdowns and camera changes • Speak clearly when reading stories • Keep script handy in case prompter fails

  13. During on air production • Teleprompter • Keep pace with talent reading stories • Listen to talent and adjust speed if necessary • Talent may speed up or slow down based on show timing • Make sure what is being said is visible on screen

  14. During on air production • Camera Operators • Make sure that shots are composed based on direction • Zoom in and focus quickly them frame shot • Listen to director to make adjustments • Over the shoulder shots, Two shots, etc • Be aware of when your camera is live • Make subtle adjustments if necessary • Stay with camera until show is over • Don’t lock camera when show is going • May get a sudden shot change