Axinn Center 229
Old Chapel Road
Middlebury, VT 05753
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How do series and specials get made? What kinds of jobs exist in that world, what skills are necessary to get them, and who are the big employers? Gretchen Eisele, ’90 will describe the landscape of television production, the difference between scripted and unscripted, live and taped programming. She will explain the process of how shows get developed and commissioned, and break down what the different jobs that exist. Finally, she will teach students about the process of making television - from creating a vision, to shooting in the field, writing and editing a project.

Sponsored by:
Center for Careers & Internships

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Connor, Rachel