Auto-cue for TV experience 

I spent today working with the third year TV students at Westminster with one of their final projects: a multi-cam show.

My job was looking after the auto-cue, setting it up in the right places for presenters and editing it as the script changed during recording.

It was great to learn a new skill, even though the TV students say it’s boring it was good to know something different.

Also worth noting that the dynamicand atmosphere of a TV gallery is completely different to working in radio. 

The processes are much longer, more people to run things past, and more things that can go wrong.

  

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