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We are two Producers chatting over drinks about what it means and what it takes to be a great Producer. Producers' Happy Hour podcast is for media production professionals who want to hone their craft and strive to create more humane on-set experiences for their crews. Subscribe to hear insightful interviews, and informative show topics that will help you get through your toughest jobs, biggest production challenges, and most difficult clients.
7 Start Up Questions
YOU BOOKED A JOB! Congrats!!
Whether it’s a freelance producing gig, or you are the project lead in-house kicking off a job with a new client, you need to insure this job is a success.
But where do you begin? The job feels massive and you need to make sure the clients are walk away with everything they need.
Get our AUDIO BONUS: Top 7 Startup Questions you need to ask your Client or Ad Agency Producer
on your first call so you can start prepping the job effectively and efficiently.
You Need to Ask your Client Now!
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"This is not a podcast I normally listen to, but I came across it by accident and was intrigued! I have always wondered what producers do. I was fascinated by the many facets of their work and the quality of production was amazing.
I love this show! As an AD I completely relate to a lot of what they talk about on set. Especially all the challenges that came this year with COVID. They are real and authentic which I super appreciate it. Definitely recommend this show!
It’s always fascinating to hear how others approach the countless scenarios we find ourselves in from job to job as it’s all so very subjective. Can’t wait to hear the rest of the season!
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