The post-production coordinator is responsible to the post-production supervisor and participates in logistical oversight of a film or television show’s completion through the post process, facilitating the smooth operation of all departments and vendors on the project. A primary concern for the post-production coordinator is scheduling; he or she is charged with booking sessions for ADR, Foley, sound mixing, and picture editing, among others. The coordinator is involved in the preparation of day player (talent hired for one-day recording sessions) contracts and crew deal memos, as well as travel arrangements, lodging, and the distribution of crew lists. When post-production is wrapped, this person must organize project delivery documents for the producer and oversee the proper storage of picture and audio masters.