Technology / Television (TV) / Multiple-Camera Production
Multiple-Camera Production: A mode of production unique to television wherein two or more cameras are used to record the scene, enabling simultaneous and/or post-production editing. The mode used in most sitcoms and al . . . View Full Definition
Production Payment Financing: A method of nonrecourse asset-based financing in which a specified percentage of revenue realized from the sale of the project's output is used to pay debt service.
Production Flexibility Contract: A 7-year contract covering crop years 1996-2002, authorized by the FAIR Act of 1996 between the CCC and farmers, which makes fixed income support payments in place of the previous variable t . . . View Full Definition
Production Expenses: Measures the aggregate business cost of farming. The two main components are current farm operating expenses and overhead costs. Farm production expenses are accounted for differently in cal . . . View Full Definition
Production Coordinator: A job title for a person involved in the management side of things - lower than an Assistant Producer. Programmable Handheld the opposite of a 'dedicated handheld.'
Production Credit Association (PCA): Farm Credit System institutions that have direct lending authority to make short and intermediate term loans to eligible retail customers.
Production Rate: The coupon rate at which a pass-through security guaranteed by Ginnie Mae is issued.
Production-Flow Commitment: An agreement by the loan purchaser to allow a monthly loan quota to be delivered in batches.
Units-Or-Production Depreciation Method: The depreciation method in which the cost of an asset is allocated to each period on the basis of the productive output or use of the asset during the period.
Waterfowl Production Areas: A small component of the National Wildlife Refuge System. There are over 2,000,000 acres of this prime duck-producing land, mostly prairie potholes in the Dakotas, Minnesota, and Montana. Th . . . View Full Definition
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Chromogenic Materials: Color photographic materials which form dyes during processing.