A Face for Radio: Radio Station Planning and Design
This book explains in easy-to-comprehend language the basic concepts of applicable architectural and interior design elements as guidelines for space planning; building infrastructure; layout schemes for offices and technical facilities; colors, materials, and finishes; lighting; and scheduling.
A Face for Radio includes:
*Images and plans of the work of leading designers of radio broadcasting facilities in the U.S. and overseas
*Budgets and construction schedules for a variety of typical projects
*Guidelines to follow for flexible programs that apply to radio stations of all sizes, from major market network affiliates to small independents
*Published in association with the National Association of Broadcasters--top society in the field (annual meeting of 100,000+ attendees)
*Four-color hardback book with details of radio facility design including floor plans, budgets, and portfolios of award-winning projects
*Authors Peter Bloomfield and Mark Motl are recognized leaders in the broadcast industry for radio station design
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