Multiskilling for Television Production

Multiskilling for Television Production

by Peter Ward, Alan Bermingham, Chris Wherry
     
 

Written by television trainers who run their own courses on Multiskilling, this book offers a comprehensive introduction to the broad range of skills and technical knowledge required in this industry. It details all the essential information you need to know, acting as an on-the-job reference source for everyday use.


For many broadcasting technicians,

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Overview

Written by television trainers who run their own courses on Multiskilling, this book offers a comprehensive introduction to the broad range of skills and technical knowledge required in this industry. It details all the essential information you need to know, acting as an on-the-job reference source for everyday use.


For many broadcasting technicians, one of the biggest challenges in recent years has been the transition from a career working in a solo core skill such as camerawork or audio, to acquiring the experience and expertise of a range of production jobs. Many people are expected to work in a number of crafts and to equip themselves with a much wider range of television techniques than had been customary in the past.

Multiskilling has become an integral part of television culture, requiring that new entrants are competent in several specialist production skills. Multiskilling for Television Production concentrates on the techniques associated with news and magazine programme production, where most tecnhical operators are usually employed, but most techniques are shared across the whole spectrum of television and film making.

Anyone baffled by the range and scope of skills to be mastered will find this book invaluable.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780240515571
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
05/22/2000
Pages:
404
Product dimensions:
7.44(w) x 9.69(h) x 0.86(d)

Table of Contents

Television engineering; Production methods; Safety; Lighting and vision control; Sound; Multicamera camerawork; Single-camera camerawork; Vision mixing; Television journalism and camerawork; Video recording formats; Video editing; Audio post-production; Television graphics; Further reading; Glossary

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