Defining more than 10, 000 words and phrases from everyday slang to technical terms and concepts, this dictionary of the audiovisual language embraces more than 50 subject areas within film, television, and home entertainment. It includes terms from the complete lifecycle of an audiovisual work from initial concept through commercial presentation in all the major distribution channels including theatrical exhibition, television broadcast, home entertainment, and mobile media. The dictionary definitions are augmented by more than 600 illustrations, 1, 600 etymologies, and nearly 2, 000 encyclopedi.sense offamiliarity with its regular viewers and provides a template for its episode writers to follow. 3. A contract between a cable television company and a municipal government authorizing the company to in- stall cable ... A feature film produced as part ofa larger series of audiovisual works, such as the various Thin Man and Star Wars films. ... The conductor has visual cues to guide the performance, but is free to deviate in timing and tempo as necessary during the live performance.
|Title||:||A/V A to Z|
|Author||:||Richard W. Kroon|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2014-04-30|