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Television editors


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    • found: 97002505: Schneider, A. Jump cut! : memoirs of a pioneer television editor, ©1997.
    • found: 2006033428: Careers in focus. Broadcasting, ©2007:table of contents (Television editors)
    • found: 2004012838: Discovering careers for your future. Radio & television, ©2005:table of contents (Television editors)
    • found: 2011924033: Culver, S.H. Media career guide, 2012:p. 13 (video and television program editors)
    • found: Study.com website, viewed Apr. 23, 2018(TV editors transform raw footage filmed on the set of a television show into a polished final product for broadcast. Using computer technology, TV editors mix video footage with music, sound effects, and audio and special effects. They are responsible for the majority of the post-production process, and their editorial decisions determine how the story is told, ultimately molding the audience's experience. TV editors may work with footage for scripted TV shows, television documentaries, news programs, music videos, professional training videos, or advertisements)
    • found: Career discovery encyclopedia, ©2009, via Google books, viewed June 8, 2018:v. 3, p. 180 (Film and Television Editors; important role in creation of films, videos, and television commercials; use special equipment to alter an unedited movie or videotape and arrange the material to create effective films; work with producers and directors from the earliest phases of filming and production; once filming is complete, film and television editors choose the segments to be used)
    • found: Dictionary of occupational titles, via WWW, June 8, 2018(Film or Videotape Editor (motion picture; radio-tv broad.). Alternate titles: cutter. Edits motion picture film, television or cable television video tape, and sound tracks: Evaluates and selects scenes in terms of dramatic and entertainment value and story continuity. Trims film segments to specified lengths and reassembles segments in sequence that presents story with maximum effect, or edits video tape, using editing equipment. Reviews assembled film or edited video tape on screen or monitor and makes corrections. Confers with supervisory personnel and others concerning filming of scenes. May specialize in particular field of film or video editing, such as feature, news, sound, sound effects, or music.)
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