Television Production Paperback – 9 Mar 1999
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"Television Production had been something of a 'technical bible' for television producers all over the world since it was first published in 1961 and is now, amazingly, in its 13th edition. It has been splendidly updated to include present day digital production techniques."
Judges at 1999 Kraszna-Krausz Book Awards, on presentation of a Special Award
Reviews of previous editions:
"This very comprehensive book is possibly the best overview of technical television"
US customer review from Amazon.com website
"For the student seeking hard experience in studio operational practice it really is impossible to better Gerald Millerson's basic text, The Technique of Television Production"
Television - Journal of the Royal Television Society
"This superb manual ... is concentrated and comprehensive, but well-written, outstandingly illustrated, and supplied with plenty of white space. The 23 chapters go into satisfying depth on theoretical, technical, practical and creative aspects, and there is a thorough glossary, reading list and index.".
British Journal of Educational Technology
'Television Production's newly-unveiled 13th edition successfully lives up to the high standards set by its predecessors.'
'...an invaluable insight into professional TV and video techniques. And with a price tag of £24, it's an absolute steal. Simply irresistible.'
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It covers loads of stuff and is nicely presented. It is easy to dip into and doesn't dum stuff down to much (or over complicate stuff, if that makes sense)
I have been working in television for the past 6 years and am currently working as a broadcast engineer so I have got a clue what I am talking about.
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