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Producing for TV and New Media, 2nd Edition by Cathrine Kellison

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RESOURCES BY CHAPTER

Because today's producer is likely to work in television, new media, and/or film, the following resources generally apply to all three venues. Although they are specific to each chapter, several apply to more than one chapter or area of a producer's responsibilities. You are also encouraged to consult the Internet and search for key words and phrases like The Producers Guild of America, stock footage, legal forms, for more resources and options. Check this book's web site for a wealth of budgets, forms, agreements, web site links, additional books, and industry publications.

CHAPTER 1. WHAT DOES A TV PRODUCER REALLY DO?

Cury, Ivan. Directing & Producing for Television: A Format Approach. 3rd edition. Focal Press, 2006.

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