(A written document detailing what the project is and what it is about. You will give this to a company as a pitch for your project.)
Subject idea; format; genre; style; audience; intended aim; budgetIdea development
Target audience ⇨ The audience group that you wish to aim the project at.
Development techniques (Creation of Narrative, Scenario, Sypnosis) ⇨ skills you need to make a certain project.
Research Process ⇨ the process in which you research everything you will need for a project.
Interview Questions ⇨ questions you will ask in an interview.
Primary sources ⇨ Sources that you have yourself for a project.
Contacts ⇨ people that you have asked for research from.
Interviews ⇨ process in which you talk to someone to extract information.
Secondary Sources ⇨ sources which you have gathered from someone else who doesn’t have anything to with the project.
Broadcast ⇨ The way you will show your product to the target audience at hand.
Reviews ⇨ The overview and impressions of the people and the critics.
Internet ⇨ The way to advertise your product and also broadcast it.
Archives ⇨ Where you can store research, early drafts and other versions of the product.
Checking Information ⇨ Checking whether or not the information you have gathered is reliable and reasonable.
Roles Responsibilities :
(What you will be doing and the title of what you are in the project.)
Schedules ⇨ Keeping the time and organisation of the project.
Interview and Contacts ⇨ Interviewing different people for certain roles and giving them a contract so they know the days you are in, where to be and what to do.
Appointments ⇨ Being able to meet with people and schedule certain time frames when to meet them.
Location Access ⇨ Being able to go to certain places at certain times for the project to be filmed there.
Budget ⇨ How much money you have for the equipment and production of the project.
Risk Assessments ⇨ Analysing the location where you will be doing the project to know if any accidents can occur and trying to prevent the accident.