2 edition of Television production problems. found in the catalog.
Television production problems.
John Francis Royal
|Series||NBC-Columbia University broadcasting series|
|LC Classifications||TK6630 .R69|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 179 p.|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||48004422|
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Television production. [Gerald Millerson] -- Now in its thirteenth edition, Gerald Millerson's book is well-established as a standard reference work within universities, broadcasting organisations and television and film schools.The idea to write the thesis about television production came into my mind a long time ago.
I knew that this area of media technology was the most interesting for me. I had an internship in Aito Media Oy television produc-tion company inand I studied TV Production at Ferris State Univer-sity, USA for one academic year