Digital Television Production: A Handbook

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Arnold, 2002 - Performing Arts - 294 pages
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This is a step-by-step companion designed to teach the reader how to turn ideas into desirable programs suitable for broadcast television. Aimed at newcomers to the television industry and, especially, students taking courses in practical television studies, it offers a clear and straightforward presentation of the entire production process written by an experienced producer, director, writer and lecturer in the field of television production.

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Jeremy Orlebar is at Farnborough College of Technology.

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