Film, television and radio producers manage the production of motion pictures, television shows, and radio programs.
A. Directors interpret scripts, select casts, and direct performers/other aspects of productions.
B. Record producers plan and co-ordinate musical recordings.
C. Directors of photography plan and co-ordinate the photography of motion pictures.
D. Conductors select and interpret musical works, and lead bands, orchestras, and choirs.
E. Arrangers adapt and modify musical compositions to convey desired themes.
F. Musicians play one or more instruments.
1. Arts entertainment and recreation - 44.0%
2. Educational services - 27.0%
3. Information and cultural industries - 20.0%
4. Other services (except public administration) - 3.0%
1. In general, you usually need a university degree, college diploma or other post-secondary specialized training in your area of work.
2. You may need experience and to be able to demonstrate directing, creative or performing skills.
3. You may need membership in a related guild or union.
4. Most recent entrants have an undergraduate university degree.
3. English (Composition)
The average hourly wages for Creative and Performing Artists is $19.98/HR, which is close to the average for occupations in the art, culture, recreation and sport sector and are below average for all professional occupations. These wages grew at an average rate from 2002 to 2004.