DGM – Olympus Digital Media Club
Advisor: Kirk H. Miller
Digital Media Lab: c271 Twitter: @OlympusDGM
T.V. Studio: c205 YouTube: /OlympusDGM
Executive Producer –
Producer – Coordinates the rundown and teleprompter script. Communicates to on-screen talent important cues so they look good, sound good and the whole project is well-coordinated.
Director – Keeps the pace of the live production and gives direction to technical crew and floor crew.
Technical Director – Switches video content, applies transitions, mix effects and downstream keyers to make the production look smooth and professional.
Floor Director – Visually directs talent to look at certain cameras, directs camera operators and relays messages from director to the studio floor.
Camera Operator – Ensures the cameras are pointed the right way and composed well to deliver a professional shot. Cameramen shoot as if their cameras are the live shot at any given moment.
Anchors – Not just a pretty face… Anchors pre-read scripts, improvise on the spot when needed, and propogate the positive image of the station.
Reporters – Finds stories, researches and reports on them (sometimes live). Reporters film and edit news packets to be played on air with their reports.
Graphics – Creates overlays, logos and graphics to make the show professional and eye-catching.
Audio Tech – Mixes microphones, music, voices and video playback to transmit a good audio mix to the viewer.
Teleprompter Operator – Keeps the pace of the talent’s lines by scrolling through the script on the teleprompter screens at a smooth readable pace to the talent.
Lighting Tech – Adjusts the lights to make the show look professional.