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Encyclopedia > Television director

A television director is usually responsible for directing the actors and other taped aspects of a television production. In contrast to a film director, the major creative control will likely reside with the producer(s) of the show. The majority of television series will use a director for individual episodes.


On a miniseries or TV movie, the director may have a role closer to that on a film. As well, certain television series will rely more often on a single director for every episode; in such cases, his input would be more closely sought.


Smaller television studios tend to rely more heavily on the director's ability to command and to provide direction for any given program. The directors responsiblities, in these situations, include producing rundowns for the program, shot sheets, talent instruction on top of his general tasks.


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Television director - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (377 words)
In a dramatic production, the television director's role can be similar to that of a film director, giving cues to actors and telling the operator of the videotape recorder when to start and stop recording.
In a television series comprised of individual episodes, the television director's role may differ from that of a film director in that he or she may work only on some episodes as opposed to being the auteur of the entire production.
While the director is responsible for the specific shots and other production elements to be aired, the producer (typically seated behind the director in the second row of chairs in the control room) and coordinates the "big picture," including commercial breaks and the running length of the show.
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