Telecommunications: An Introduction to Electronic Media

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WCB Brown & Benchmark Publishers, 1995 - Broadcasting - 460 pages
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Provides a straightforward account of the radio and television industries and their history, structure, programming practices, equipment, distribution networks, business practices and the laws and regulations surrounding the industry.

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Contents

PART
6
International Telecommunications
24
Commercial Radio
46
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Lynne Gross has taught radio-television production and theory courses at California State University, Fullerton (where she was Vice Chair of the Communications Department), Pepperdine University, Loyola Marymount University, UCLA, USC, and Long Beach City College. She is currently Associate Producer for the instructional video series "Journeys Below the Line" and in the past was Program Director for Valley Cable TV. She has served as Producer for several hundred television programs, including the series "From Chant to Chance" for public television, "Effective Living" for KABC, and "Surveying the Universe" for KHJ-TV. Her consulting work includes projects for Children's Broadcasting Corporation, RKO, KCET, CBS, the Olympics, Visa, and the Iowa State Board of Regents. In addition to her teaching and production work, Professor Gross has written eleven other books, as well as numerous journal and magazine articles, while remaining active in many professional organizationsaincluding terms as a Governor of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and President of the Broadcast Education Association. She has received numerous professional awards, including the Rosebud Award for Outstanding Media Arts Professor in the California State University System, the Frank Stanton Fellow for Distinguished Contribution to Electronic Media Education from the International Radio and Television Society, and the Distinguished Education Service Award from the BEA.

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