Jobs in Television, Films, and Entertainment at Gweka Consulting Services
Television and Films are part of people's daily lives, and they are the biggest source of entertainment. With such a
wide audience and ever merging content, there are so many well-paying jobs in both the industries. Entertainment
is a wider term that includes more than television and films, so the scope of jobs is also vast.
TV Job Roles
- Quality Control Executive oversees all aspects of an organization’s quality control function.
- Directing a company’s advertising activities and staff members as they develop creative, consistent brand- specific ad campaigns.
- Developing, servicing, and growing relationships with channel partners.
- Managing a team of channel sales representatives to achieve sales and profit goals.
- Media planners produce action plans for advertising campaigns from pre-defined marketing objectives.
Films Jobs Roles
- Performing stunts in place of actors including fight scenes, car chases or crashes, falling from buildings, or even dance style routines for actors.
- Makeup Artists are beauty practitioners who offer general makeup services or work in prosthetic design.
- Handling many of the department’s general administrative tasks such as coordinating and maintaining contracts, submitting bills and purchase orders.
- Responsible for creating the look, color, lighting, and for framing of every single shot in a film.
- Writing and developing screenplays for film or TV drama.
Production Job Roles
- Helping prepare the set with lights, props, equipment etc.
- Sound engineer designs and manages sound levels and outputs, and is responsible for maintaining the physical sound equipment.
- Responsible for finding and securing locations to be used, obtaining all fire, police and other governmental permits.
- Assisting another producer in putting a film or television episode together.
- Overseeing the overall operations of film production.
Broadcasting Job Roles
- Overseeing many technical and aesthetic aspects of a recording session.
- Camera operators are responsible for capturing and recording all aspects of a scene for film or television.
- Responsible for editing and assembling recorded raw material into a suitable, finished product ready for broadcasting.
- Directing advertising activities and staff members as develop creative, consistent brand-specific ad campaigns.
- Interpret and present news stories so that viewers or listeners can better understand them.
Entertainment Job Roles
- Generating and managing publicity for a company, a brand, or public figure – especially a celebrity.
- Evaluating and analyzing creative works – including books, fine art, films.
- Responsible for conducting pre-speech research, writing and outlining speech scripts, and delivering high- quality speeches to audiences.
- Specializing in the design of facilities for the performing arts, equipment for those facilities and the operation of theatre.
- Providing entertainment to the listeners through the music or by conveying messages in an attractive way.