This post is the latest article in a seven-part series about how to become a producer. These posts are intended to help you start your career as a producer, provide tips that will make you a marketable job candidate, and equip your video project for success.
To be a successful producer, you must be able to organize people, time, equipment, and the entire video production process. This process consists of five parts: development, pre-production, production, post-production, and distribution. Producers, the project managers of the production, occupy various roles throughout the different project phases. Having a firm understanding of the various steps and your role within these phases will help you better allocate resources and deliver a successful video.