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Television Production Book

Television Production Book

'There are essentially two ways of doing television. Programs are shot either in a specially designed television studio using several cameras which are fed into a control room and assembled in "real time," or they are shot using a single camera on location and assembled later in an editing room or on a computer. Obviously, almost all non-professional video is shot using a single camera. That makes it what the pros call "electronic field...

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Frank Crosby
Frank Crosby (Faculty)
3 years ago
The page layout of this material is clustered: each page is a jumble of small-font text that is most difficult to navigate and read. As a result, I would never use this book in my classes.