Michael Jackson : a view from Down Under by by John Chenery.

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To get an idea of a typical studio’s support areas, imagine you are walking through a brand-new network facility. Clearly, not every production facility will have all the amenities outlined in the following overview of this television studio. However, many of the areas and needs will be the same—whether the studio is CBS Network or State University Studio One. qxd 32 8/30/2006 ● 11:21 PM Page 32 DIRECTING AND PRODUCING FOR TELEVISION Entrance and Lobby When guests arrive for a program, they need to know where to go.

The director 2. The chiefs of the sets, props, and lighting crews 3. The lighting director and a separate line to that crew 4. The audio director, with a separate line to the boom operators and audio crew (this is usually a split feed that has the program feed in one Stage Equipment Stage gear includes all the hardware used for 1. The stage itself, such as sets, dollies, rigging gear, etc. 2. Lighting, including all the paraphernalia needed to hang and control the lights 3. Props, including all the hand and set props used in a production Stage equipment also includes everything needed to maintain the basic elements of stage production.

Dancers hate to work on concrete floors. qxd 18 8/30/2006 ● 11:20 PM Page 18 DIRECTING AND PRODUCING FOR TELEVISION floors severely damages the floors. However, the poured concrete floor is the smoothest, takes paint the best, and lasts the longest. The smoothest and perhaps best floor is a concrete floor with a tile or composite surface. This combines the best attributes of both surfaces, although the surface will still need to be replaced after heavy use. Carpeted Floors Carpeted floors may be found in studios dedicated to the news or to other productions that are not apt to need smooth on-air moves.

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