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Sometime before you expect to embark on your print project, review your proposal and budget, and develop your schedule. Begin collecting program materials to give to your writers and advisors, including treatments, scripts, and/or rough cuts, if available.

The first step is to assemble your production team. The team should include any other editorial staff and your educational outreach manager, if you have one. You should include your print designers in an early meeting to familiarize them with the project.

You may also want to include your Web producer, if applicable -- some of the content you develop may have a life on the Web site later in the project timeline.



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