The world is obviously changing fast between the pace of technology and the state of the world pushing more people to work remotely and do things online (ie: live streaming).
If I have someone else managing a live stream where I am the “talent” and they are controlling the Atem Mini or equivalent video switcher but also probably monitoring the status of the stream (buffer/dropped frames/dropped connection) what is their job title in video industry lingo?
I find there are a lot of well established job titles in the industry that professional video folks seem to use. My naive assumption would be something like a “Producer”, but apparently it is well established in the industry that a producer is the person who supplies production financing and therefor has influence over how things are done - but doesn’t actually do the work (and an executive producer is even more hands off and may just be an honorary title for sponsors who supported the production - ie: patreon patrons on YouTube). I’ve heard Curtis Judd refer to his “helper” as a “Producer” before (perhaps just a family member, but helping him with live streams none the less).
Looking at wikipedia, I’d hazard a guess as “DP” or directory of photography if they are selecting the best camera angle at various times, etc.
Anyone else have a thought on modern live streaming video professional job titles?