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    Task 2 client brief report Task 2 client brief report Document Transcript

    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)Contractual:Is a term that is used to describe the way employers or employees have agreed with signinga written contract for both parties. It has to be a formal meeting face to face where bothhave to officially decide whether or not to sign a written contract. If both agree then thereare laws put into place in which they both have to adhere to in order to make the contractofficial where this includes things within the Terms and Conditions such as, Costs etc. Inaddition to this, the contract may be drawn up by solicitors who represent certaincompanies in relation to clients who are working within a media organisation. In relation tothe CAMSFC (Cheadle and Marple Sixth Form College) I would have to make an officialagreement between the client of a media company and the creator of the media productwhich is myself.
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)These screen prints show a sample of a written contract that has been agreed between bothparties in relation to the XYZ Performing Arts Company where the Secretary and Consultant areputting together a written agreement that clarifies how they are going to consult with the writtencontract agreement.
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)This illustration above shows an example of how you would carry out the Advertising ContractAgreement in terms of online businesses etc.
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)Negotiated:Is where an employer and employee try to reach an agreement or settlement by havingdiscussions with others members of an organisation. For instance, the governmentwillingness to negotiate with other members of parliament. It can also involve theobtainment of a contract in which has been discussed with the sellers so that they can beauthorised in return for the value of goods received. In relation to the CAMSFC (Cheadleand Marple Sixth Form College) I would also have to negotiate the agreement of a contractfor job vacancies with tutors and the careers team in order to apply for certain areas withinemployment.This snip shot shows how the Group Alliance negotiates business in relation to their work or acertain media product etc. It can also involve the use of annotations which can be obtainedvia a PC as a quicker and easier route towards documenting everything that has been talkedabout within the negotiation.
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)Formal:The terminology behind `Formal` is where you officially and lawfully carry out businessproceedings so that it makes it easier for the client to read and be able to produce themedia product more quickly and efficiently. The formal brief gets straight to the point anddoesn’t include unnecessary detail or information. In relation to the CAMSFC (Cheadle andMarple Sixth Form College) I would have to have a face to face discussion about the mainaspects of a media product whether it is altering the original intentions or expanding onideas for the product.See illustration below…..This screenshot shows how website builders carry out a contract negotiation in terms of how theyare going to gain authority or ownership for a website.
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)This print screen shows how to write a brief formal letter in relation to the ZAMBIA Company.
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)Informal:Can be an informal agreement that has been unofficially made between two parties of amedia company whether it is face to face in person or a document such as, a letter caninvolve light-hearted and relaxed tones that makes it informal. In relation to the CAMSFC(Cheadle and Marple Sixth Form College) I would be having face to face discussions with mytutors about work or anything related and I would be having drop in sessions in order tocatch up with any of the work as well.This snap shot shows how informal discussions are carried out within a media organisation or acompany in general.
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)Commission:Is where someone is paying you for your own work ethic for creating a product for anyservices you may provide where this can be known as `Remuneration”.An example of suchas project that you are paid for would be to produce a website or something related to amedia product for a business. In relation to the CAMSFC (Cheadle and Marple Sixth FormCollege) the college itself would be paying students for the produce potential mediaproducts materials as part of their own experience in learning how to deal with completingany tasks related in order to get paid. Many parties maybe involved in the earlier stagesbefore going ahead with any venture and the best would be nominated and given thecommission.This screenshot shows an example of a website that has been commissioned by charitycompanies such as, BHF (British Heart Foundation) or Cancer Research UK etc.
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)Tender:Is where a written offer has been applied towards the contract for goods or services at astated cost, rate or bid. It can also describe and explain how money or services are beingoffered in order to meet an obligation for a media company. In relation to the CAMSFC(Cheadle and Marple Sixth Form College) I would have to write up a possible offer for amedia product where I am obliged to do certain things in order to try and sell the product.This image shows a sample of a written offer that has been made by the GSSC Procurement inorder to present the goods and services towards the Customer Department Institution.
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)Co-operative Brief:Is a brief that is formed as an enterprise or organisation in which it is jointly authorised ormanaged by those who makes use of the facilities and services. It can be also be marked bythe willingness to cooperate with other members of staff within a media organisation aswell. In relation to the CAMSFC (Cheadle and Marple Sixth Form College) I would have tocooperate with other members within the ICT department in order to utilise the new ideasfor my digital video project.This snip shot shows an example of the cooperative briefing between both of the cooperatives ofthe Brazils 9thCongress.
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)Competition:The term `competition` is where creators of the media products compete in order toproduce the best results as possible for their target customers. It can also be used todescribe and explain how producers of a media product go about making better mediaproducts in comparison to another one. In relation to the CAMSFC (Cheadle and MarpleSixth Form College)I as the creator of a particular media product such as, animation wouldhave to ensure that it is more than up to standard in order to compete with other creatorsof a media product.These illustrations show the kind of multimedia products that are competing in order to producethe best technology within the progressive media sector.This document extract shows the 1stof 3 examples of the types of briefings with the AdvertisingAgencies for the new consumer promotion called the National Telephone Lucky Dip competition.It also includes objectives for the National Telephone Lucky Dip, targeting brands and retailersetcetera where more details on the competition can be found on the following link:H:MyworkCheadle College Year 6Creative Media (BTEC National Diploma Double Award) Level3Year 2Jamie InghamUnits 4-5-62Jamies WorkICT-Creative Media Video ProjectAss1Resources
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)This document extract shows the 2ndof 3 examples of the briefings with the Music for Reallearners where I tells them what is the prize, what they need to do, how to enter the competitionand working as a team etcetera where more detail on the Music for Real learners document canbe found on the following link: H:MyworkCheadle College Year 6Creative Media (BTECNational Diploma Double Award) Level 3Year 2Jamie InghamUnits 4-5-62Jamies WorkICT-Creative Media Video ProjectAss 1ResourcesDesign Briefs.zipCompetition brief examples
    • Ben Turner Unit 4-Creative Media Production Management 24/10/12(Task 2-Client Brief Report)This webpage extract taken from thehttp://www.nikonfoundation.co.uk/CompetitionBrief.aspx website show the 3rd of 3examples of briefings where it explains who is allowed to enter the competition, thebrief in general and how to enter the competition within the site.