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Edited For Television

Author : Matthew Robert Kerbel
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An examination of the role of network and cable news media in American presidential campaigns. This second edition acknowledges the political changes that have taken place since the first edition, namely the key policy battles of Clinton's first two years, the mid-term and 1996 elections.

Editing Reality TV

Author : Jeff Dawson
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In the world of reality TV, editors wield incredible creative power. They often are responsible for creating a scene's or even an episode's storyline from nothing but a rambling tangle of raw footage. They are a show's writers, drawing engaging drama from a murky pool of images and comments. As reality TV invades every channel and time slot, the demand for editors who are comfortable with and conversant in the genre's styles, formats, and requirements increases daily. Written in an appropriately casual tone by an author who is well-seasoned in all sorts of reality TV, this guide provides sound advice about finding, landing, and keeping a reality TV editing job. In doing so, it also details the editor's duties and responsibilities, while providing a wealth of invaluable tips and tricks for doing the job well

Schedule B

Author : United States. Bureau of the Census
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Includes changes entitled Public bulletin.

The Journalistic Code Vs the Filmic Code in Television News

Author : Susan Zuckerman
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Historical Dictionary of Journalism

Author : Ross Eaman
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Historical Dictionary of Journalism, Second Edition covers 46 countries, it contains a chronology, an introduction, an extensive bibliography, the dictionary section has more than 300 cross-referenced entries on a wide array of topics such as African-American journalism, the historiography of the field, the New Journalism, and women in journalism.

InfoWorld

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InfoWorld is targeted to Senior IT professionals. Content is segmented into Channels and Topic Centers. InfoWorld also celebrates people, companies, and projects.

Television Production

Author : Alan Wurtzel
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Television and Behavior

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Television Aesthetics and Reality

Author : Anthony David Barker
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This new collection of essays seeks to focus on three areas where television has recently been in an intriguing state of flux. Taking as our background the emergence of multimedia conglomerates and cash-rich cable channels, we look at the way old national terrestrial channels and the brash new internationally commercialized ones have innovated in the domain of television programming. In all there are fourteen original essays, an introduction to the book's theme by the editor and a foreword by Professor Annette Hill. Section one "Realizing the Real" looks at contemporary patterns of television consumption and the presentational styles which package the real in news, current affairs and other 'live' television formats. Essays on rhetorical strategies in the news coverage of the war in Iraq, on national and international inflections of Sky News in Europe and coverage of the recent EURO2004 football tournament, as well the multi-channel reporting of a prominent paedophilia scandal, are presented in this section. They all analyse the extent to which the grounded and the local are threatened and distorted by hegemonic forces in media today. The findings of a comprehensive new study of Portuguese social practices and viewing habits are also featured in this section. Section Two "Realizing Performance" addresses the way new trends in reality programming and other documentary practices have impacted on fiction and entertainment television. There are essays on the recent wave of British television comedy heavily influenced by TV newsmagazine and fly-on-the-wall documentary styles and two pieces on new American series, 24 and CSI, which have revolutionized the narrative parameters and evidential base for thrillers and cop shows respectively, coming up with new ways to 'perform' space, time and science. Finally there is an essay on Nigel Kneale's The Year of the Sex Olympics (1968), a survivor from the era of the single play who seems to anticipate the future of television in reality-based gameshow-style entertainment. Each of these essays shows that the success of these programmes is dependent on a fresh restylization of the conventions and formulas which govern mainstream television programming. They therefore see the representation of the real in fiction as primarily an aesthetic reappraisal. Section Three "Performing the Real" looks at the explosion in reality television programming itself. It focuses on the coming to pass of 70s and 80s theorists' visions of both a passive voyeuristic society and one increasingly at peace with the notion of surveillance. We have been progressively acculturated to watching and being watched. Orwellian anxiety has given way to Baudrillardian acceptance of the message and the medium fused in a new order of mediated reality or hyperreality. Essays refer specifically to the globalization of shows and formats and their local inflections and to coverage of reality shows in print media and on the net. There are essays on The Bachelor and gender stereotyping, Joe Millionaire and the conventions of melodrama, and two on Big Brother, one on the problems of communication within a sealed environment and another on its reception in Portugal. Concerns about the self and its authenticity are consistency raised in all the essays of this section.

Audio Sweetening for Film and TV

Author : Milton C. Hubatka
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Television Production

Author : Richard Lee Williams
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Late Night on Watling Street and Other Stories

Author : Bill Naughton
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1953 Copyright Problems Analyzed Lectures Arr and Edited by Theodore R Kupferman CCH Current Law Handybook Ed

Author : Federal Bar Association of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Copyright Committee
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British Film and Television Year Book

Author : Peter Noble
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Includes section "Who's who in British films and television" (varies)

Television

Author : Horace Newcomb
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The Motion Picture and Television Business

Author : Eric B. Yeldell
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The Technique of Film and Video Editing

Author : Ken Dancyger
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This edition provides a detailed look at the artistic and aesthetic principles and practices of editing for both picture and sound. It also contains up-to-date information on the influences of MTV and commercials, and new technologies.

Television

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Westerns

Author : Gary R. Edgerton
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For nearly two centuries, Americans have embraced the Western like no other artistic genre. Creators and consumers alike have utilized this story form in literature, painting, film, radio and television to explore questions of national identity and purpose. Westerns: The Essential Collection comprises the Journal of Popular Film and Television’s rich and longstanding legacy of scholarship on Westerns with a new special issue devoted exclusively to the genre. This collection examines and analyzes the evolution and significance of the screen Western from its earliest beginnings to its current global reach and relevance in the 21st century. Westerns: The Essential Collection addresses the rise, fall and durability of the genre, and examines its preoccupation with multicultural matters in its organizational structure. Containing eighteen essays published between 1972 and 2011, this seminal work is divided into six sections covering Silent Westerns, Classic Westerns, Race and Westerns, Gender and Westerns, Revisionist Westerns and Westerns in Global Context. A wide range of international contributors offer original critical perspectives on the intricate relationship between American culture and Western films and television series. Westerns: The Essential Collection places the genre squarely within the broader aesthetic, socio-historical, cultural and political dimensions of life in the United States as well as internationally, where the Western has been reinvigorated and reinvented many times. This groundbreaking anthology illustrates how Western films and television series have been used to define the present and discover the future by looking backwards at America’s imagined past.

Production Design for Television

Author : Terry Byrne
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Drawing on the fields of theatrical design, art, architecture and television theory, this book offers readers unique insight into the special challenges facing the television production designer. Readers will learn how to create floorplans, elevations, details, and plots, as well as how to transfer ideas into real working sets.