[Ads-l] Executive producers and such

Galen Buttitta satorarepotenetoperarotas3 at GMAIL.COM
Fri Mar 31 12:05:13 EDT 2017


"Sin chit" vs. "cinch it".

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> On Mar 31, 2017, at 10:19, Dave Wilton <dave at WILTON.NET> wrote:
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> That's a good article on the movies, but the terms often mean something different in television. In TV, the producers are often the writers, and the executive producer is the "show-runner," the person overseeing the day-to-day production. The creator of the series, who may or may not be show-runner, will typically have an executive-producer title too.
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> In episodic TV, the director has less creative control. Directors are responsible for individual episodes, which must conform to the overall artistic vision of the creator and/or show-runner.
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> I seem to remember there was a discussion a while back about the various producer and executive-producer roles in the movies. The Straight Dope has an article today that explains quite a lot. http://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/3334/what-do-movie-production-credits-mean? 
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