TV Programme Production Stages are

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Q. TV Programme Production Stages are (December 2023, UGC NET)

(A) Electronic New Gathering (ENG)

(B) Pre-Production

(C) Electronic Field Production (EFP)

(D) Production

(E) Post Production

Choose the most appropriate answer from the option given below:

1. A, C and D Only

2. B, D and E Only

3. C, D and E Only

4. B, C and E Only

Correct Ans: (2)

Explanation: The correct answer is 2. B, D and E Only. The stages of TV program production are best understood through the phases of Pre-Production, Production, and Post-Production. Pre-Production (B) is the initial stage where thorough planning occurs. This includes writing scripts, creating storyboards, scouting locations, hiring cast and crew, and organizing schedules. It sets the groundwork for the entire production process. Production (D) is the next phase where the actual filming or shooting takes place. During this phase, the scenes are captured on camera as per the pre-production plan, with the director guiding the cast and crew to ensure the vision is executed accurately. Finally, Post-Production (E) involves editing the footage, adding special effects, mixing sound, and completing other tasks necessary to finalize the program. This stage includes color correction, adding music, and preparing the final version for broadcast or distribution.

While Electronic News Gathering (ENG) and Electronic Field Production (EFP) are important techniques used in television production, they do not represent stages of production but rather specific methods of gathering and producing content. Therefore, the stages of TV program production are accurately represented by Pre-Production, Production, and Post-Production.

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