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Colour Television Techniques, Business, Impact

Colour Television: Techniques, Business, Impact

1st Edition

By H.W. Coleman
December 22, 2023

Colour Television (1968) examines the rapid growth of colour television in the 1960s as technological advances enabled programmes to be effectively transmitted in colour for the first time. It looks at the technologies involved, the differences in programme-making that colour required, the audience...

Communications Systems Engineers' Choices

Communications Systems: Engineers' Choices

1st Edition

By Geoff Lewis
December 22, 2023

Communications Systems (1999) examines various communications systems using satellites, and includes much information on coding and modulation systems such as MOBIC, digital SNG systems, mobile phones, MPEG, MPEG4 capabilities and Hypermedia, the Grand Alliance TV systems, MUSE and how it is used ...

Daytime Television Programming

Daytime Television Programming

1st Edition

By Marilyn J. Matelski
December 22, 2023

Daytime Television Programming (1991) provides a practical understanding of daytime television formats, viewer demographics, and programming strategy. It compares daytime genres to their evening counterparts, discusses the effects of demographics on daytime programming, analyses investment yields, ...

Factual Television

Factual Television

1st Edition

By Norman Swallow
December 22, 2023

Factual Television (1966) looks at the techniques and purpose of all facets of factual television – news and current affairs programmes; documentaries; reporting stories; the ethics of reporters and producers. It quotes at length from television writers, producers and television executives, to give...

Global Broadcasting Systems

Global Broadcasting Systems

1st Edition

By Robert L. Hilliard, Michael C. Keith
December 24, 2023

Global Broadcasting Systems (1996) provides a comprehensive look at broadcasting throughout the world. It covers every continent, region and almost every country in North and South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Oceania. Within each geographical area, it presents the history, key issues, trends ...

Global Telecommunications The Technology, Administration and Policies

Global Telecommunications: The Technology, Administration and Policies

1st Edition

By Raymond Akwule
December 22, 2023

Global Telecommunications (1992) clarifies the complex, politically-charged arena of international telecommunications. By understanding both the demands created by dynamic Western countries in the grips of deregulation and the needs of developing nations, readers acquire an appreciation for the ...

Global Television How to Create Effective Television for the Future

Global Television: How to Create Effective Television for the Future

1st Edition

By Tony Verna, William T. Bode
December 22, 2023

Global Television (1993) looks at how satellites, fibre optics, compressed digital transmission, and interactive and high-definition television have converged with computer technology to revolutionise TV and film production, TV sets and even the smart home in which TV is viewed. Its provides ...

Images of the Enemy Reporting the New Cold War

Images of the Enemy: Reporting the New Cold War

1st Edition

By Brian McNair
December 22, 2023

Images of the Enemy (1985) discusses and decodes British television news coverage of the superpower disarmament talks and east–west crises such as the Korean airline incident. Through extensive interviews with journalists in London and Moscow, it examines the structures, organisations and political...

Materials for Learning How to Teach Adults at a Distance

Materials for Learning: How to Teach Adults at a Distance

1st Edition

By Janet Jenkins
December 22, 2023

Materials for Learning (1981) examines the ability of books and broadcasts to change lives. The combination of print, radio, television and group meetings – distance teaching – can transform education in developing countries. Effective distance teaching requires effective teaching materials, and up...

Media Use in the Information Age Emerging Patterns of Adoption and Consumer Use

Media Use in the Information Age: Emerging Patterns of Adoption and Consumer Use

1st Edition

Edited By Jerry L. Salvaggio, Jennings Bryant
December 22, 2023

Media Use in the Information Age (1989) analyses new technologies, their impact on mass communications, and their effects on the users of these new systems. It looks at technologies such as videotex, and their successes and failures around the world, and examines the early adoptions of technologies...

Teachers & Television

Teachers & Television

1st Edition

By Ernest Choat, Harry Griffin, Dorothy Hobart
December 22, 2023

Teachers & Television (1987) examines the use of television in education. With television being the most powerful medium of mass communication, with tremendous potential as an educational tool, to what extent are teachers considering educational television as a component of the curriculum? This...

Telecommunications in Developing Countries The Challenge from Brazil

Telecommunications in Developing Countries: The Challenge from Brazil

1st Edition

By Michael Hobday
December 22, 2023

Telecommunications in Developing Countries (1990) stresses the importance of modern, micro electronics-based telecommunications for developing economies in providing a basic communications infrastructure for economic and industrial development and the springboard for new information technology ...

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