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"Glossary of "Gyokai (Japanese television industry)" Terms Frequently Used During Negotiations Part1
  • There are many so called "Gyokai (television industry)" terms used by experts in the field. Any business negotiation will go smoothly, if you are familiar with even some of these terms!I
  • "AC"
    Power or a power outlet. If television staff were walking around with an electrical cord in his/her hand, saying "Where is the AC?" the person would most than likely looking for an outlet.
  • "E (Picture)"
    means the picture in motion or its composition. The term would be used in the context of: "Is there any angle where we can shoot the E (picture) of this entire scene?"
  • "Oshi (push)" and "Maki (wrap)"
    "Oshi (push)" means the program is proceeding slower than has been planned. If the program is delayed by about 10 minutes, it would be called "10 minutes Oshi (push)". While "Maki (wrap)" is an antonym of "Oshi (push)" and means the program is proceeding faster than planned. The term would be used in the context of: "I will be on location 10 minutes Maki (wrap), because the last shooting has finished early."
  • "Kamite (the upper side / right)"
    "Kamite", based-on the camera's point-of-view, means to the right or stage right. Originally, it meant to the right from the audience point-of-view. The antonym is "Shimote (the lower side / left)". The term would be used in the context of: "Could you move a bit to the Kamite (right)?"
An extra Chapter "Gyokai" terms used during negotiations
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