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Experience and kit quality make for better proramming. The other thing they may well have forgotten is how long it actually takes to produce stuff like this – a 30 minute programme may well take 3 weeks to shoot and edit to get reasonable production quality values – if it is just you, you will go mad. you needs somebody to look after sound, lighting, video, and direct – A director is critical. this can be you, but how many hats can you wear at once. Budget needs looking at properly. Duplication equipment and other items will be required, storage, studio and editing space.
Doing it on the cheap ALWAYS produces poor programming. Let’s say you go Adobe – premiere, after effects, photoshop, illustrator etc don’t come cheap. They need to be aware what can and cannot be done on a bodge job.