Producer

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Producer or producers may refer to:

Occupations[edit]

  • Film producer, oversees the making of films
    • Executive producer, sometimes a "deal-making", or money-raising producer not involved in day-to-day production
    • Line producer, manages the budget and/or day-to-day running of a film production
  • Hip hop producer, a record producer that creates hip hop music and oversees and manage the recording but generally does not contribute vocals. Some hip hop producers also often take on a wider entrepreneurial role, with responsibility for the budget, schedules, and negotiations beyond overseeing the creation of music.
  • Impresario, a producer or manager in the theatre and music industries
  • Producer (agriculture), a farm operator
  • Radio producer, oversees the making of a radio show
  • Record producer, or musical event producer, in the music industry
  • Television producer, oversees the making of television programs
  • Theatrical producer, oversees the staging of theatre productions
  • Video game producer, produces computer and console games
  • Web producer, oversees the management of web sites

Other uses[edit]

  • Autotroph, an organism that synthesizes energy-rich organic compounds
  • "The Producer", an episode of Gilligan's Island
  • Producers (band), English rock band consisting of renowned record producers and musicians

See also[edit]