I want to be a Video Producer Group Work 201MC professional experience

START:

Our task was to choose and research a career in order to develop our career ambitions.

Yes, as you can see, there is plenty of careers that suit our course so it was pretty hard to decide which one to choose! But we choose TV/Film/Video Producer career.

RESEARCH

We started researching career by first trying to outline the career profile.

SKILLS NEEDED:

confidence in your ability

strong communication and people skills

presentation skills

time and resource management skills

leadership skills

YOU NEED:

to be highly motivated and able to withstand pressure as job is very stressful

flexibility and mobility are expected from you

to have ability to handle high level of financial responsibility

More information here: Prospect

IDEAS:

We came up with idea of doing interviews and questionnaires depending on stages:

From Media Production Student to Producer at BBC Coventry.

INTERVIEW QUESTIONS:

Could you please give us a brief outline of what what being a producer is?

What is involved in TV/Film/Video producing? (What types of activities you take part in on a daily basis?)

What are the advantages and disadvantages of being a TV/Film/Video producer?

Why did you choose this career?

Have you ever been in a situation where you did not like what was produced?

Any advice on dealing with unprofessional clients

How did you get to where you are today?

Who do you look up to and why?

What are your main goals?

What interests you about media production?

WE CAME UP WITH LIST TO CONTACT PEOPLE TO GET SOME ANSWERS

We also send out this beautiful e-mails, that never got any responses.

BUT ONE OF US MADE THIS VIDEO:

It is an interview with Phil Brice from Koala, placed in Birmingham.

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