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Telecommunications: A Systems Approach

Telecommunications: A Systems Approach

1st Edition

By G. Smol, M.P.R. Hamer, M.T. Hills
December 22, 2023

Telecommunications: A Systems Approach (1976) uses two extended case studies, of public telephone and television systems, in order to introduce the basic ideas of telecommunication systems. It describes the application of a number of techniques within the context of practical telecommunications ...

Television and the Political Image A Study of the Impact of Television on the 1959 General Election

Television and the Political Image: A Study of the Impact of Television on the 1959 General Election

1st Edition

By Joseph Trenaman, Denis McQuail
December 22, 2023

Was the 1959 UK General Election the first television election? Could television be used to create a Party ‘image’? Television and the Political Image (1961) provides answers to both these questions. It surveys two constituencies, interviewing the same cross-section of electors before and after the...

Television in the Making

Television in the Making

1st Edition

Edited By Paul Rotha
December 22, 2023

Television in the Making (1956) looks at television in its infancy, with essays by the leaders of the medium at the time, people who were forging new paths as they imagined and actioned the possibilities of television....

The Lively Audience A Study of Children Around the TV Set

The Lively Audience: A Study of Children Around the TV Set

1st Edition

By Patricia Palmer
December 22, 2023

The Lively Audience (1986) studies television from the children’s own point of view. Contrary to most prevailing opinion, it contends that television has much to teach children, and that their relationship with the medium is not one of passive dependency after all. Research shows that what children...

The Politics of Broadcasting

The Politics of Broadcasting

1st Edition

Edited By Raymond Kuhn
December 22, 2023

The Politics of Broadcasting (1985) examines the state of broadcasting in a variety of Western democracies from a political viewpoint, written at a time when new telecommunications and information technology revolutionised television and radio. The book describes and analyses the problems faced by ...

The Production of Political Television

The Production of Political Television

1st Edition

By Michael Tracey
December 22, 2023

The Production of Political Television (1977) is a study of the organization and methods of production of political television that covers not only news broadcasts and current affairs programmes but all programmes involved with the policy making process in Britain. It examines the procedures by ...

Western Broadcasting over the Iron Curtain

Western Broadcasting over the Iron Curtain

1st Edition

Edited By K.R.M. Short
December 22, 2023

Western Broadcasting Over the Iron Curtain (1986) examines the development of broadcasting policy by Western democracies, levels of government control of policy, efforts by communist regimes to minimize the effects of western broadcasting, and Soviet and Eastern European audience opinions on such ...

Broadcast Indecency F.C.C. Regulation and the First Amendment

Broadcast Indecency: F.C.C. Regulation and the First Amendment

1st Edition

By Jeremy Harris Lipschultz
December 22, 2023

Broadcast Indecency (1997) treats broadcast indecency as more than a simple regulatory problem in American law. The author’s approach cuts across legal, social and economic concerns, taking the view that media law and regulation cannot be seen within a vacuum that ignores cultural realities. It ...

Broadcast Sound Technology

Broadcast Sound Technology

1st Edition

By Michael Talbot-Smith
December 22, 2023

Broadcast Sound Technology (1995) covers the basic principles of all the main aspects of the broadcast chain, including microphones and loudspeakers technology, mixing consoles, recording and replay (analogue and digital) and the principles of stereo....

Broadcast Voice Performance

Broadcast Voice Performance

1st Edition

By Michael C. Keith
December 22, 2023

Broadcast Voice Performance (1989) incorporates the insights and experience of more than 100 successful practising voice performers to succinctly and realistically examine the techniques, equipment and criteria of announcing within the context of major types of radio and television productions and ...

Broadcast Writing Dramas, Comedies, and Documentaries

Broadcast Writing: Dramas, Comedies, and Documentaries

1st Edition

By Ken Dancyger
December 22, 2023

Broadcast Writing (1991) looks at the tools necessary for writers to find and develop stories for radio and television. Through the use of numerous original examples, the reader learns to shape ideas into well-developed scripts. It addresses the challenges of documentary and dramatic writing for TV...

Rebel in Radio The Story of the New York Times 'Commercial' Radio Station

Rebel in Radio: The Story of the New York Times 'Commercial' Radio Station

1st Edition

By Elliott M. Sanger
December 22, 2023

Rebel in Radio (1973) looks at the story of WQXR, the rebel New York commercial radio station. It examines WQXR’s place in broadcasting history, and how, at a time when American commercial radio had become but a pawn of the advertising industry, it showed that a radio station could be competitive ...

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