Writing for Television and Radio
Written for students who aim to be professional, wage-earning writers for TV, radio, cable, or related areas such as corporate video, this very successful text stresses the practical side of writing for the electronic media. It also stresses the artistic, ethical, and social responsibilities of the writer. WRITING FOR TELEVISION AND RADIO offers comprehensive coverage of all areas of broadcast writing where career opportunities exist..
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The Mass Media
Basic Elements of Production
For Application and Review
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Aaron action ANNCR ANNOUNCER approach Arturo Toscanini audience audience's background basic boys broadcast camera characters CLIFF close-up Comm'l commercial continuity corporate Cosby Show dialogue disc jockey dissolve documentary dramatic editing example EZAM Face the Nation FADE feature Fidelio film five Ws format GANG MEMBER guys Highbridge Park Hill Street Blues ideas interview LEAH Library listeners live look material MC LYTE Michael Farmer MURROW NARRATOR newscast opera outline person picture plav play plot pop music prepared present problem production REB SIMCHA reporter rundown scene screen script segment sequence shot sitcom soap opera sometimes sound effects story studio talk tape techniques television television and radio tell theme THEO tion usually VANESSA VIDEO AUDIO viewers visual WBSM WLVI-TV Wooten words WREC writer written