This is a major reference work about the overlapping fields of television, cable and video. With both technical and popular appeal, this book covers the following areas: advertising, agencies, associations, companies, unions, broadcasting, cable-casting, engineering, events, general production and programming.It also set up a news-gathering operation with TV Guide and another rival magazine in Philadelphia called TV Digest, to share stories and writers. ... KFTV in Portland, went on the air on September 20 of that year. first-run syndicated programs Created specifically for SYNDICATION ... The programs are developed largely by INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION companies for an initial broadcast on nonnetworkanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Encyclopedia of Television, Cable, and Video|
|Author||:||R.M. Reed, M.K. Reed|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|