Announcing: Broadcast Communicating Today
Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1987 - Radio announcing - 338 pages
The new edition of a textbook for undergraduate communications students. Covering broadcast announcing in the field or the studio, specific topics include improving the speaking voice, radio news and television news announcing, conducting interviews, commercials, and career advancement.
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The Communicator in Modern Media
How the Vocal Mechanism Works
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