Creating TV Projects

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Creating TV Projects lays the foundation for developing analytical skills in order to objectively evaluate video production. It includes a brief history of media and the current status of video today; how video works and the role of production equipment; how video can tell a story; and an outline of the production process. This is an ideal book for individuals with no video production experience and also for those with some skills and experience who want a more in-depth ...

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Overview

Creating TV Projects lays the foundation for developing analytical skills in order to objectively evaluate video production. It includes a brief history of media and the current status of video today; how video works and the role of production equipment; how video can tell a story; and an outline of the production process. This is an ideal book for individuals with no video production experience and also for those with some skills and experience who want a more in-depth understanding of equipment, techniques and processes.

Creating TV Projects lays the foundation for developing analytical skills in order to objectively evaluate video production. It includes a brief history of media and the current status of video today; how video works and the role of production equipment; how video can tell a story; and an outline of the production process. This is an ideal book for individuals with no video production experience and also for those with some skills and experience who want a more in-depth understanding of equipment, techniques and processes.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780240804477
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 3/29/2001
  • Pages: 232
  • Product dimensions: 8.45 (w) x 10.89 (h) x 0.54 (d)

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Dr. Medoff is Director of the School of Communication at Northern Arizona University. He has taught and served as an administrator at three different universities, produced numerous television and corporate video projects, and has overseen the productions of many students. Dr. Medoff has authored articles in scholarly journals as well as trade and consumer magazines. He has also written textbooks on the Internet and mass media, television production, and electronic media. In addition, he has served as president of the Broadcast Education Association and has recently been the recipient of a Fulbright Specialist Grant.

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Table of Contents

Technology of Communication; Video Today; How Video Works; Production Equipment; Video Storytelling; Scriptwriting; The Production Crew; Preproduction; Shots; Microphones; Lighting; Day-of-the-Shoot; Editing; The Finished Product; The Law

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2002

    I didn't write this book - Paul did!

    Wild to see my name as coauthor here. But I didn't write this book, my cousin Paul Helford did. Hope the powers that be read this and make the change. Cheers!

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