TV Producers are responsible for facilitating a film, TV programme or video project from beginning to end, overseeing the project both in the studio and on location. Competitors here are working on a specific brief to simulate real work. Those looking to become a TV producer should expect to decide projects to produce on and create programme ideas. They will need the ability to secure rights of books as well as negotiating with writers.

Individuals who work as TV producers need excellent production and communication skills, the ability to work under pressure and flexible to change. They will need to work out resources they will need as well as pitching skills, planning filming schedules and managing a team. 

Are very creative
Have excellent IT skills
Are patient
Have good attention to detail
Are able to work to deadlines

Career opportunities

  • Film / TV Productions

  • Camera Operators

  • Directing

  • Editing

Average Salary
Entry Level
- 10.5%
Projected workforce change
This is an estimation of the overall number of job opportunities in this career area up until 2027.

Meet our Digital Media Production role model

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Joseph is one of our inspiring Career role models in Digital Media Production.

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