Industries & Professions /
Film and Television Producers
High school courses that will be of assistance to you in your work as a producer include speech, mathematics, business, psychology, and English. Take computer classes so that you can develop a familiarity with this tool. If your high school offers any classes on the history of broadcast media or the use of broadcast media, be sure to take those. If you are specifically interested in producing entertainment shows, consider taking drama classes that will give you an understanding of scripts and working with actors.
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