Broadcast/cable/web Programming: Strategies and Practices

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Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2002 - Business & Economics - 466 pages
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In this revision of the market-leading text, Susan Eastman and Douglas Ferguson, two noted scholars and experts in the area of broadcast programming, provide students with the most accurate and current information on the techniques and strategies used in the programming industry. The text has helped professors teach this course with clear current illustrations and examples, and just right approach of student friendly writing. Comprehensive, accurate and up- to- date, the text covers all aspects of programming for broadcast, cable, radio, and the Web.

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PART
1
What Is Programming?
4
Structural Considerations
10
Copyright

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Douglas A. Ferguson is Professor and Program Director of the Graduate Certificate Program in the Department of Communication, College of Charleston. He also served as editor-elect of the JOURNAL OF RADIO STUDIES from 2005 through 2008. Dr. Ferguson earned a bachelor's and master's degree from the Ohio State University and his doctorate from Bowling Green State University.

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