5131.1 Film, Radio and Television Producers
Film, radio and television producers oversee and control technical and artistic aspects of film, radio and television productions, respectively.
multimedia audio producer
Occupations in this group are characterized by the following aptitudes, interests and worker functions as they relate to main duties:
- General learning ability and spatial perception to plan, organize and oversee the technical and artistic aspects of the production of presentations, motion pictures, television shows and radio programs
- Verbal ability to engage directors, staff and other production personnel, and supervise all technical personnel, to review scripts, and oversee meetings to resolve production problems
- Innovative interest in determining scope, treatment and scheduling of productions, and in adapting scripts and programs to reach specific audiences
- Directive interest in co-ordinating all elements of productions to ensure that quality is maintained; in controlling all stages of productions to ensure deadlines are met; and in approving productions before release; may direct productions
- Social interest in negotiating with administrators, investors, contractors, directors and staff to develop business management policies and to finance productions; and in negotiating royalties
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- Producers, usually require a university degree or college diploma in the performing arts, broadcasting, journalism, business administration, theatre production or film studies
experience in a technical or production occupation in motion pictures, broadcasting or theatre.
- Demonstrated creative ability is required for all occupations in this group.
- Membership in a related guild or union may be required.
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Film production companies
Sound recording studios
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