Production Research is when you conduct research into what is needed and what would be the most effective route to take when starting production on a film or T.V show. Things like finance, locations and technical equipment would be researched, so they can be monitored to avoid going over budget and being shut down, and so they can get the best that they can for their production, so people would be interested in and enjoy it. They would think about the placing of products in their production, as it would be beneficial if a company sponsors the production, because in return, their product would have a big audience to advertise to.
May 9, 2013
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