Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The aim is to develop the acquired theory knowledge in management to the specific need sof producers - future managers. They become aware of the similarities and differences in working with both in individual media, in different positions / independent producer vs. leader in media, etc./
Mode of study
Lecture, group discussion, group conclusion formation, guest professional presentation.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Linked to the previous bachelor's study /production, management, law/
Instruction orginates in the fact that students already have a basic knowledge of management, and is oriented in concepts and basic methods. This knowledge is linked to the needs of the producer and developed further.
Definition of the concept „producer“, differing concepts
Authority, competence and responsibility.
Differences and similarities between the public and private TV, dependent and „independent“ and independent producers.
How to select a project, measure of application of dictatorship in a crew where the artistic freedom begins and ends.
Knowledge of a good producer from other professions.
How to acquire knowledge in the needs of the market, audience, client. Needs, ideas, illusions and disillusions.
Commercial pressure, limits of taste, measure of compromise - if, when, what for, why.
The difference between the producers responsibility in the private and „public-sector“. What for and why.
Knowledge of the technology, its selection.
Basic principles in creating a program schematic. Difference in the approaches of private and public TV service. Target groups.
How to lower cost without negatively influencing the quality.
Sponsors, product placement. Potential within the law. Legal infringements - in good faith.
How to present a project, secure funding
The goal is one, the paths many.
Presentation stragies. Differences among receivers - grant commissions, Czech Television, TV Nova, Rich patrons. Marketing directors of large companies...
The psychology of presentations. Most frequent mistakes. How to eleminate them.
How to counter objections. How to argue against mad or illegual sponsor ideas.
The sponsor as co-producer.
Analysis of student presentations. Acquisition of new skills.
Some lectures will be visited by interesting guest with significant experience. The student also may take part in selecting guests while explaining why they wish to invite those guests.
Each lecture is made up of an introduction to the issues, subsequent discussions - student opinions, questions, then group formulation of conclusions.
Recommended or required reading
Assessment methods and criteria
Credit is awarded based on:
Activity in instruction 30%
Written test 50%
Oral test 20%
This course is an elective for all AMU students
Schedule for winter semester 2018/2019:
The schedule has not yet been prepared
Schedule for summer semester 2018/2019:
Room No. 334
|Date||Day||Time||Tutor||Location||Notes||No. of paralel|
|Wed||09:50–13:05||Kateřina FRIČOVÁ||Room No. 334