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📒Chicago Cubs Abc ✍ Brad Epstein
✏Chicago Cubs ABC Book Summary : "The ultimate alphabet book for every young Chicago Cubs fan!"--Page 4 of cover.
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📒Total Sportscasting ✍ Marc Zumoff
✏Total Sportscasting Book Summary : Whether you want to be in front of the camera, on the microphone, or behind the scenes, Total Sportscasting gives you the skills you’ll need to become successful in this dynamic industry. This book covers everything from performance and production techniques to all aspects of sportscasting, good broadcast writing techniques, and how best to forge lasting relationships with team personnel. It also delves into the unique issues facing women sportscasters. And when it comes to breaking into the business, Total Sportscasting devotes entire chapters to career development and demo reel production. For important perspective, we’ve also included chapters on the history of sportscasting and attempts to glimpse into its future. Total Sportscasting is packed with a variety of features for both learning and instructing: Complete coverage of every aspect of the sportscast, helping you prepare for any platform—TV, radio, and the web Interviews with successful sports journalists, producers, and directors who give you an inside look into the real-world practices of the industry A companion website, which provides additional resources for both instructors and students, including video and audio examples and links to additional resources: www.totalsportscasting.com
📒Broadcasting Baseball ✍ Eldon L. Ham
✏Broadcasting Baseball Book Summary : There is a long-standing relationship between broadcasting and sports, and nowhere is this more evident than in the marriage of baseball and radio: a slow sport perfectly suited to the word-painting of broadcasters. This work covers the development of the baseball broadcasting industry from the first telegraph reports of games in progress, the influence of early pioneers at Pittsburgh’s KDKA and Chicago’s WGN, including the first World Series broadcast, the launch of the Telstar Satellite, the Carlton Fisk homerun in the 1975 World Series, which changed how baseball is broadcast, through the latest computer graphics, HD television, and the Internet.
📒Good To The Last Out ✍ Theo Tate
✏Good To The Last Out Book Summary : On October 13, 1903, Boston Red Sox pitcher Bill Dinneen recorded the first final out of the World Series by striking out Honus Wagner of the Pittsburgh Pirates in game eight of the first World Series in front of over 7,400 people at Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds in Boston. By getting the final out, Dinneen helped the Red Sox capture the first of their eight World Series championships. Since then, the last out of the World Series has been a major symbol in American sports. This book chronicles the 96 players who made the last out of the World Series from Joe Tinker to Joe Rudi. It also chronicles the hitters who made the last out of the Fall Classic from Willie McCovey to Willie McGee. If you love baseball and if you love the World Series, this is the book for you. It shows baseball is good to the last out.
📒Calling The Game ✍ Stuart Shea
✏Calling the Game Book Summary : Calling the Game: Baseball Broadcasting from 1920 to the Present is an exhaustive, meticulously researched history of bringing the national pastime out of the ballparks and into living rooms via the airwaves. Every play-by-play announcer, color commentator, and ex-ballplayer who has presented a Major League Baseball game to the public is included here. So is every broadcast deal, radio station, and TV network. In addition to chapters for each of the game's thirty franchises, a history of national broadcasting and a look at some of the game's most memorable national broadcast moments are included, as are a foreword by "Voice of the Chicago Cubs" Pat Hughes, and an afterword by Jacques Doucet, the "Voice of the Montreal Expos, 1972-2004." Each team chapter presents a chronological look from how and when the team began broadcasting (since all of the original sixteen major-league franchises predate radio) through the 2014 season. Author Stuart Shea details the history and strategies that shaped each club's broadcast crews, including the highlights and scandals, the hirings and firings, the sponsorships and corporate maneuverings. From the leap to Brooklyn from the radio booth of the Atlanta Crackers by young Ernie Harwell, to the dismissal of Mel Allen by the Yankees, from the tutelage of the now-legendary Vin Scully under the wing of the already legendary Red Barber, to the ascendance of the great Jack Buck to the number one chair in St. Louis upon the ouster of Harry Caray, the stories of the personalities who connect us to the game are all here. Calling the Game is a groundbreaking and illuminating look at the people and the story behind the soundtrack of summer for millions of baseball fans.
📒The Abc Clio Companion To The Media In America ✍ Daniel Webster Hollis
✏The ABC CLIO Companion to the Media in America Book Summary : Provides a study of mass communication in America, with biographical sketches of important media figures
📒Sport In American Culture ✍ Joyce Duncan
✏Sport in American Culture Book Summary : A unique and timely exploration of the cultural impact of sport on American society, including lifestyles, language, and thinking.
📒Aren T You That News Man ✍ Gary Stromberg
✏Aren t You That News Man Book Summary : Aren't You That News Man? is a journey through the fascinating career of television reporter Gary Stromberg. Gary takes us behind the scenes and introduces us to a wacky group of characters who somehow managed to get newscasts on the air every night. He writes about the famous people he has met including Martin Sheen, Red Skelton, Steve Allen, James Ingram, and Paul Lynde. He also focuses in on the inspiring stories of regular folks who have stood up to the unexpected challenges that came their way. Gary explains how legendary baseball manager Casey Stengel offered him a chance to join the New York Mets. He reveals why he is grateful to the Beatles for helping him get into Northwestern. And, for the first time ever, he explains why Channel 8 workers pulled the pants off of a producer, and ran them up the flagpole in front of the station. He pays tribute to his boss Virgil Dominic, who assembled award-winning news departments in Atlanta and Cleveland. He spells out how has TV news has changed through the years. Gary takes a humorous look at the transformation. You will never look at the news the same way again.
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