programme-maker

programme-maker

n
(Broadcasting) someone who creates programmes for television and radio
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Programme-maker Christophe Nick said: "We were amazed to find 81% of the participants obeyed."
Programme-maker Andrea lost her battle with cancer last September.
This is the fascinating tale of the first black programme-maker on the BBC.
The award-winning programme-maker said he had been 'vindicated' by the Independent Television Commission, which looked into more than 116 complaints about the programme.
PROGRAMME-maker Celador will fight a writ from the contestant involved in a coughing controversy on Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
The Channel 5 programme 'James Bulger: The New Revelations' will explore what the programme-makers say is startling new evidence in the case of the toddler's death.
Wales Office minister Alun Cairns is hosting a broadcasting summit at the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff Bay, which will bring UK broadcasters and Welsh independent programme-makers together to find ways to increase the numbers of programmes from Wales on television in the UK and abroad.
FILMING of the controversial reality TV show Benefits Street has begun in the region, despite pleas for programme-makers to stay away.
Some berate the programme-makers for encouraging alleged law-breaking.
Commented Nick Pinks, a technology transfer manager in BBC R&D: "Audiences are already accustomed to viewing content via IP, through BBC iPlayer, YouView and a host of different internet-connected televisions and game consoles … There are some clear and compelling benefits to IP production, as programme-makers can stream professional quality footage to any gallery or post-production team with an Internet connection in real-time, wherever they may be."
On the panel and in discus- sions afterwards, it was clear that programme-makers exist in an industry at least as ruth- less and swift in its judgments as ours.They endure a tortuous and prolonged pre-product- ion process: conceiving ideas, selling them to the commis- sioning editor,scripting,count- less redrafting and, finally, gaining approval for produc- tion against pretty steep odds.
"The remark was unacceptable, and it was a matter of regret that it had gone unnoticed by the programme-makers, and therefore without comment or apology, at the time," the BBC's editorial complaints unit (ECU) said.

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