This week I was on the special segments team, I was the main camera man and editor. We decided to cover homecoming because our homecoming dance was Friday and our game was Saturday. For the segment we did a man on the street asking members of our homecoming court about what their plans were for homecoming. As for our script, all we had to write an on camera host into and closing, which where very basic. Then we had to come up with some question to ask. We came up with questions such as who are you bringing to homecoming?, will you be at the Homecoming game on Saturday?, will you be at the SAT on Saturday?, and what’s your favorite song to dance to? We also prepared some follow up questions for what we had, then we went out and filmed. To make our segment entertaining, we made sure that our story moved quick and had comedy in it. For our segment it was important that our on-camera host new his questions and was able to ask follow up questions to keep the conversation going. My job as cameraman was to be able to remind him of a question he might of missed and make sure that what we were getting would be usable, and if not, to be able to film it again.
ANB 5.0: Evaluate the interactions between various broadcast professions and their impact on broadcast media development.
ANB 5.1: Compare and contrast professions associated with the production of Broadcast media.