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M071 PROGRAM CREATION

REVIEW ACTIVITIES:

  • QUIZLET
  • STUDY STACK
  • KAHOOT PREVIEW
  • JEOPARDY GAME

VOCABULARY:  click links for detailed glossary page:

  • AV:  Abbreviation for "audiovisual," a catch-all term for all nonfiction video genres. Pronounced "ay-vee."
  • CONCEPT: The organizing principle behind an effective program often called an angle, perspective, or slant.
  • DELIVERY SYSTEM: The method by which a program will be presented as well as the situation in which it will be watched.
  • PRE-VISUALIZING: The process of creating hand-drawn or computer images to plan shots and shot sequences prior to actually recording them.
  • PUBLISH: To distribute a video program publicly.
  • SCRIPT: Fully written documentation of a program, including scenes, dialogue, narration, stage directions, and effects.
  • STORYBOARD: Program documentation in graphic panels, like a graphic novel, with or without dialogue, narration, stage directions, and effects.
  • TARGET AUDIENCE: A specific group of viewers for whom a program is designed.
  • TREATMENT: A written summary of a program that is formatted as narrative prose; it may be as short as one paragraph or a scene-by-scene description.

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