232 pages | 20 B/W Illus.
This book offers an in-depth exploration of the exciting field of corporate media production from concept development through to the final stages of postproduction and considers all the technical, interpersonal and creative elements needed for success.
This third edition has been updated to reflect both traditional and social media production perspectives, including all phases of research and script development/presentation; essential preproduction activities and production styles; equipment; editing; distribution and evaluation methods; and the role of social media as distribution platforms. Special emphasis is placed on the director’s role, client education, and handling. Organized to follow the standard production sequence, Corporate Media Production will lead students through the entire process in a clear, logical, step-by-step manner.
Written in an engaging and easy to follow format, this book is a perfect introduction for students wanting to learn the ins and outs of corporate media production.
Technology is forever changing, placing digital instruments and tools on the recycle heap of time – often faster than we can pay off our credit cards. Video production included, DiZazzo’s book takes us from the dark ages of video tape production to a new digital universe. Whether you’re providing material for a marketing or training meeting or streaming a live broadcast, this book offers all the knowledge you need.
Writer, Producer Director
Blue Monarch LA Productions
In this book Ray DiZazzo covers all the aspect of corporate media production in an easy-to-read style. The now-obsolete videotape and the equipment used to record and edit it are history. In this book, DiZazzo fully incorporates the use of state-of-the-art digital tools in his descriptions of production techniques. His in-depth coverage of the writing and directing skills is also great. A valuable book!
Writer, Producer, Director
Full Circle Productions
Part 1: The Corporate Media Evolution 1.Change in Motion2.The Value and Purpose of Corporate Media 3.The Key Players 4. Production People 5. A Production Overview Part 2: The Script 6. The Program Needs Analysis (PNA) 7. The Content Outline 8. The Creative Concept 9. The Treatment 10. The Script 11. Script Terminology 12. Dialogue and Narration 13. Structure and Transitions 14. A Screenplay Format Script Part 3: Preproduction: The Plan for Success 15. Preproduction Part 4: Production 16. Production Formats, Equipment, and Shooting Styles 17. A Day on Location and a Day in the Studio 18. Audio Production Part 5: The Director 19. The Director’s Role 20. Human Aesthetics 21. Audiovisual Aesthetics 22. Technical Aesthetics 23. General Aesthetics 24. People Skills 25. Judgment Skills Part 6: Postproduction 26. A Postproduction Overview 27. Producer and Client Meetings 28. Why Evaluate 29. The Future of Corporate Media