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26 Television producers Factual television involves a myriad of small details. The team’s producers or producer-directors in charge of specific programmes will have the fullest knowledge of those details. Only the series producer, however, will have broad insights into the whole series. The series producer, for example, may regard some programmes as potentially stronger as well as more risky than others. The series producer often must ponder a proposed foreign-filming story which is potentially the best programme in the series, but which is also the most costly and may seem to have only a 50 per cent chance of reaching the screen.
Let us look at our four factual fields in turn. The more ambitious documentary programming—such as that which involves large amounts of foreign filming—is fairly expensive to make and only achieves modest audience numbers. In terms of cost per viewer this is the most expensive of the factual genres. It carries high prestige within the TV industry. News and current affairs, or TV journalism, covers a wide range. 2 Selected programme categories: costs per hour of BBC1 and BBC2 network productions, 1992 Source: BBC Facts and Figures, 1992.
1. Only one conventional channel (ITV) in 1991 devoted much less than half its output to factual television. The ‘minority’ channels, BBC2 and Channel Four, both carried a higher proportion of factual programming than did the large-audience channels, BBC1 and ITV. BBC1 also spends about twice as much as BBC2, and ITV outspends Channel Four by a larger margin. 1 Factual programming on British television, 1991-1992 Source: BBC and ITC. 20 Television producers Factual programming overall is indeed cheaper to make than is fictional and entertainment programming.
Television Producers (Communication and Society) by Jeremy Tunstall