This book provides a thorough look at the role of the producer in television and new media. Written for new and aspiring producers, it looks at both the big picture and the essential details of this demanding job. In a series of interviews, seasoned TV and new media producers share their real-world professional practices to provide rich insight into the complex, billion-dollar industries. The third edition features more on the topics of new media and what that encompasses, covering the expansion of the global marketplace of media content. The traditional role of a television producer is transforming into a new media producer, and this book provides a roadmap to the key differences, and similarities, between the two.
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Cathrine Kellison's career as a writer/producer spanned two decades, and included an eclectic range of projects - from a CBS special to a PBS documentary, from corporate image pieces for IBM to behind-the-scenes celebrity interviews for MGM, from a kids' piece on recycling to educational films for teachers. She produced, written, and/or directed hundreds of hours of broadcast and non-broadcast programming for television and various avenues of new media.
Starting as a writer of feature-length scripts in Hollywood, Ms. Kellison moved into producing for NBC and, later, United Artists in New York City as Director of Creative Services. She then went independent, starting her own small-but-meaningful production company, Roseville Video. Ms. Kellison began teaching producing for television and film at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in 1994, and now taught and advised students of media studies in NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study and SCPS.
Ms. Kellison worked fluently as a writer, authoring or co-authoring a number of books and articles primarily in the Affective Education domain and in mathematics education reform.
Ms. Kellison was a member of the Producers Guild of America, the Writers Guild of America, the Independent Documentary Association, and won numerous industry awards, including two WGA awards for Outstanding Achievement. She lived and worked in New York City.
Dustin Morrow is a filmmaker, photographer, and writer. He is also an Assistant Professor of Media Production at Temple University in Philadelphia. His short digital movies have been shown in venues around the world and won numerous awards, including an Emmy from the academic division of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. His photographs have been featured in a number of art and culture magazines, and in multiple solo gallery shows. A book of photographs will be completed in summer 2006. Morrow has directed theatrical productions, curated film screening series, and written extensively about film and media for various journals. During four years in Los Angeles, he edited and directed numerous music videos, short films, and commercials. He is currently finishing his first feature-length documentary, about the Irish Matchmaking Festival (visit www.matchmakermovie.com), and is developing several more projects that will shoot in Ireland in the near future.
Kacey Morrow is a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of New Media Design at Western Washington University, teaching in the Art Department with a focus on motion graphics, digital video, web and interactive design. Prior to WWU, she was a full-time lecturer at Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, FL, teaching in the Graphic and Interactive Communications Department.
Attending and speaking at conferences such as, Massaging Media 2: Graphic Design Education in the Age of Dynamic Media, she stays involved in discussions about the design field. Her videos have appeared in several film festivals and exhibitions nation-wide, such as Zero Film Festival and Tarfest in Los Angeles. She has works published in the literary journal Ninth Letter. Ninth Letter was featured in Print Magazine Regional Design Annual, How Design, and Step Inside, and was a competition finalist in SXSW 2005 Interactive Web Awards Competition. She also has years of professional experience in Chicago as a motion, print, and multimedia designer.
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