I have worked a producer/director (self-shooting and directing crews) in TV for around 12 yrs, (factual entertainment, light doc, reality tv - but not drama)
I'd like to know what other people who work in purely video think about TV production?
I realise with the amazing changes going on, Video is the buzz word yet people still appreciate TV quality, and of course the 2 are converging.
Reason is I'd like to develop a course based on TV techniques for people who make video. So basically teaching all the stuff I've learned over the years myself and from working with crews eg pre-production, self-shooting + directing, working with talent, audio, narrative, voiceover, music, editing etc.
Things that could be useful if you never worked in TV but might want to know about from a TV perspective.
I've spotted a few nice courses out there run by either career long videomakers or tech people with a passion for video but as you can see I'm coming at it from a different angle.
Any thoughts much appreciated.