This concise, student friendly text teaches the essentials of telecommunications. It is directed to all students as consumers of media, as well as to students who plan to be media producers.
Telecommunications is divided into two main sections: Section I focuses on the various media forms (i.e. broadcast radio, cable television) and Section II focuses on the functions of media (i.e. programming, advertising). The chapters may be read in any sequence (the glossary can help readers with unfamiliar terms if later chapters are read first).
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Lynne Schafer Gross is presently a Professor in the Department of Radio-TV-Film at California State University, Fullerton. She has written ten other textbooks and hundreds of magazine articles. In 1999 she was the recipient of the Frank Stanton Award for Distinguished Contribution to Electronic Media Education and in 1997 she received the Distinguished Education Service Award from the Broadcast Education Association. She is a past governor of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and has also chaired that organization’s Library Committee and Student Activities Committee. As Past President of the Broadcast Education Association she increased membership 24% and funding 59%. Professionally, she was Director of Programming for Valley Cable TV and the producer of numerous radio and TV programs for public, commercial, and cable outlets. Her teaching and consulting have taken her to many countries including Malaysia, Swaziland, Estonia, Australia, Guyana, and Russia. Her doctorate is from UCLA.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill (Tx), 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110072492260