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  What's happening in these pictures?
Updated 16 July 2004, 16.28

Watch the video clip, then circle the description that fits each photo

1.
  • a) Researcher decides what stories go on the show

  • b) Researcher checks out a story and sets up the shoot

    2.
  • a) A crew shooting the package

  • b) Rehearsing the show

    3.
  • a) Pictures sent back in a truck

  • b) Pictures sent back by satellite

    4.
  • a) Cutting the package in an edit suite

  • b) Downloading music for the show

    5.
  • a) Everyone works closely to make the show the right length

  • b) Technicians count down to transmission

    6.
  • a) Cameraperson picks a few nice shots

  • b) Cameraperson follows instructions from the director

    7.
  • a) Producers working in the gallery

  • b) Editors cut the package

    8.
  • a) Laura reads the script from an autocue

  • b) Laura hears the script in her earpiece


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