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Media Production by Amanda Willett

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23 Feedback and evaluation

Feedback

If you are working in a professional TV environment you would almost certainly expect to get feedback during the edit. Feedback usually comes from the people responsible for commissioning the material in the first place, or from the producers, series producers and executive producers. It’s quite common at this point for directors to be asked to make changes to the piece.

Feedback is an important part of the edit process and can be very helpful. As you work on a piece you become very close to it, you know the material inside-out, and you know the rest of the story. However, the audience isn’t going to know this. They are going to see the piece once and they will need to be able to understand it first time around. ...

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