DEFINE FIELD TELEVISION PRODUCTION
Define field television production, define components, functions, uses, and
limitations of the Electronic News Gathering/Electronic Field Production System
Given information and illustrations about terms relating to field television
Demonstrate competency of the task skills and knowledge by correctly responding
to 85 percent of multiple-choice test covering television production,
components, functions, uses, and limitations of the ENG/EFP system.
Learning Event 1:
DEFINE TV FIELD PRODUCTION, THE
PRESSURES AND VARIOUS MISSIONS.
1. Field productions can be demanding, tough and challenging.
It takes a
special kind of person to work in remote, dangerous or unusual places. Field
productions are on-site television productions. They can be produced outdoors,
at a remote or a nearby location, or indoors, but not in a studio. A soldier
may be on the road half a year or more shooting various assignments.
soldier could be assigned to a COMDOC team (Combat Documentation), aptly
described as photography with bullets flying.