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📒Television Production ✍ Dan Baker
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📒Television Production ✍ Gerald Millerson
✏Television Production Book Summary : The bible of television production books--now thoroughly overhauled for the new millennium!
📒Television Production Handbook ✍ Herbert Zettl
✏Television Production Handbook Book Summary : In Herbert Zettl’s field-defining text TELEVISION PRODUCTION HANDBOOK, the author emphasizes how production proceeds in the digital age -- from idea to image -- and how it moves through the three major phases, from preproduction to production to postproduction. In this context, Zettl describes the necessary tools, considers what they can and cannot do, and explains how they are used to ensure maximum efficiency and effectiveness. This edition also features the latest digital equipment and production techniques, including HDV and HDTV. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
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📒Television Production ✍ Keith Kyker
✏Television Production Book Summary : Discusses the latest technologies and techniques in television production and offers students a hands-on approach to such areas as project planning, scripting, studio design, camera work, and newsgathering methodologies.
📒Television Production ✍ Jim Owens
✏Television Production Book Summary : Gain the skills you need to succeed in the television industry and master the production process, from shooting and producing, to editing and distribution. This new and updated 16th edition of Television Production offers a thorough and practical guide to professional TV and video production techniques. You will learn how to anticipate and quickly overcome commonly-encountered problems in television production, as Jim Owens details all the major features of television production, including the secrets of top-grade camerawork, persuasive lighting techniques, effective sound treatment, as well as the subtle processes of scenic design, and the art of video editing. The 16th edition of this classic text now explores the changing television landscape, the effects of the "second screen" on viewer experience, 4K and 8K shooting and the real implications it has for your production, and much more. This new edition also includes: Discussions on the changing definition of "television" and how new technology effects veiwers and their viewing habits Updated interviews with professionals in the industry, such as noted documentary filmmaker, Sarah Leckie, about the challenges they face during the production process and the advice they would give to those trying to break in to the production and television industries Thorough definitions of television and production terminology as well as information on LED lighting and other technologies used on set A comprehensive resource page for instructors, containing slides and testing materials to aid in the learning process can be found at www.focalpress.com/cw/owens.
📒Interactive Television Production ✍ Mark Gawlinski
✏Interactive Television Production Book Summary : Interactive Television Production is essential reading for all broadcasting and new media professionals - whether in production, marketing, technology, business or management. It will also be of interest to media students and anyone looking to get an insight into the future of television production. It provides a practical, step-by-step guide to the processes and issues involved in taking an interactive television idea through to being an operational service - based on the knowledge and experience of leading interactive television producers. This book can be used as a quick-and-easy reference guide, with each chapter containing a 'Chapter in 30 seconds' summary for easy reference, or read from cover to cover. Using accessible language, the author provides detailed descriptions of iTV software technologies (OpenTV, MHEG-5, TV Navigator), delivery technologies (cable, satellite and terrestrial) and production tools. There are also entire chapters devoted to key issues like the commercial side of iTV and the latest work on usability and design. The accompanying web site www.InteractiveTelevisionProduction.com contains useful links designed to help with common iTV questions and issues. There are also entertaining quizzes for each chapter that let you test your knowledge of the concepts introduced in the book.
📒Studio Television Production And Directing ✍ Andrew Utterback
✏Studio Television Production and Directing Book Summary : Learn how to direct television programs, understand complex directing tasks, and learn the fundamentals of studio production procedure in this back-to-basics guide to studio-based productions. Learn about lighting, set, camera operations, floor direction, technical direction, audio, tape, graphics, prompting, and assistant directing. As it's one of the most challenging types of programming, the live newscast is used to illuminate television producing and directing procedures for your newscast or other program genre. You'll soon be able to direct any type of studio-based program with ease.
📒Television Production For Elementary Schools ✍ Keith Kyker
✏Television Production for Elementary Schools Book Summary : Everything your school needs to become active in the emerging field of TV production can be found in this exciting package. It is loaded with practical information on subjects that range from equipment, copyright considerations, news show production, and videotaping school functions to using video to teach media skills and how to deal with vendors. It also contains 20 ready-to-use elementary school lessons on concepts and careers in television production. Reproducible student handouts and questions, notes to the teacher, and enrichment activities accompany the lessons. Media specialists can use this book as a manual for school television production activities, and classroom teachers will love the student activities and lessons. An entire unit on television can be presented, or the lessons can be used on a weekly basis throughout the school year. Whatever approach is taken, this is a useful addition to any elementary media center's professional collection. Grades K-8.
✏Educator s Survival Guide for Television Production and Activities Book Summary : The long-awaited revision of the bestselling "Educator's Survival Guide" comes complete with new chapters and student activities. It features drawings/charts and diagrams to help the reader understand the setup and use of a school television studio and equipment, and also focuses on the purchase and use of digital television equipment. Clearly and logically explained, the reader will easily be able to implement the ideas. Grades 7-12.