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Average Salary for Video Producer in United States

The average salary of a(n) Video Producer in United States is $86,161.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Video Producer in United States is $41.42.

The average bonus of a(n) Video Producer in United States is $3,386.00.

Job Description:

Plans, coordinates, and facilitates video projects from conception to completion, both in a studio and on location. Deals with all of the practical and political aspects of keeping a project running smoothly, so that the Director and the rest of the team can concentrate on the creative angles. Works closely with Directors and the other production staff on the shoot. Oversees Production Assistants, Coordinators, and Managers, depending on the size of the project. Attracts the money to fund each project and assumes responsibility for keeping production within the allocated budget. Reads, researches, and assesses ideas and finished scripts. Pulls together all of the strands of creative and practical talent involved in the project to create a team. Interviews and selects screen writers and cast principals from staff members or outside talent. Commissions writers and secures the rights to novels, plays, or screenplays. Persuades potential contributors or investors to contribute or invest money to fund the video project. Builds and develops a network of contacts, and liaises and discusses projects with financial backers, with projects varying from a small, corporate video to a large Hollywood feature film. Hires key staff, including a Director and a crew to shoot films or videos. Controls the budget and allocates resources. Coordinates various aspects of production, such as audio work, scenes, music, timing, camera work, and script writing. Organizes shooting schedules. Troubleshoots any problems that arise. Supervises the progress of the project from production to post production. Holds regular meetings with the Director to discuss characters and scenes. Acts as a sounding board for the Director. Brings the finished production in on budget. Determines completion of the final product. May participate in marketing and distribution processes. Less

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