Technical producers may work as television producers, working with scripts, sets and personnel or Internet producers, developing and managing websites and content. By managing the various technical aspects of either broadcasting or website interactivity, these professionals ensure a streamlined audience or user experience. Technical producers typically work either in a broadcast station, studio or office setting. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), directors and producers earned a median annual wage of $68,440 in May 2015. The BLS also predicted that producers and directors could expect a 9% increase in job opportunities from 2014-2024, which is faster than average compared to all careers.

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Technical production

Technical producers may work as television producers, working with scripts, sets and personnel or Internet producers, developing and managing websites and content. By managing the various technical aspects of either broadcasting or website interactivity, these professionals ensure a streamlined audience or user experience.
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