Training to read a Teleprompter- TV Movie magic

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    Jun 25, 2016 6:55 AM GMT
    In my line of work, STEM field, office work, I don't use this form of media but the aspects interests me. No wonder Neptune rules the media and TV. From this form of media, you can fool people into thinking what you are reading is not scripted, with certain reading techniques. Makes you wonder what the public is being feed when the cameras are rolling. Teleprompter reading and its training has been accused by conspiracy theorists in the ever popular terms "false flag", "psy ops" "hoax", "crisis actors".

    What if all these shootings, since Aurora theater have been faked. These are actors in front of green screens, reading teleprompters. Once you "know" this TV technology, anything is possible in order to fool the viewer. TV and movies are creative and imaginative, the goal in this industry is to make it look so real, that the viewer or movie goer will believe it. I suppose why Hollywood and Disney, is the land of make believe. If I did work in this business, it would surely be behind the scenes and not in front of the camera. (although I did try being a movie extra, aka background actor). As technical and engineering as I am, working in studio, behind the scenes, with sets, electronics, lighting, costumes, make up, sound, gadgets and knowing all "the movie TV magic secrets", would be much more interesting to me.

    When I was in my late 20's, I once volunteered to work in a local haunted house, I loved all the sets and being in costume scarring people icon_lol.gif




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    Jun 25, 2016 7:38 AM GMT
    Now this is what im talking about, before CGI computers, the manual movie set. I would have loved to be a part of this kind of set icon_razz.gif

    Just look at the technical and engineering aspects