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Educator's Guide to TV Production Equipment and Setup

Magazine article MultiMedia Schools

Educator's Guide to TV Production Equipment and Setup

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Educator's Guide to TV Production Equipment and Setup. By Christopher Curchy and Keith Kyker. Libraries Unlimited, P.O. Box 6633, Englewood, CO 80155-6633. 1997. ISBN 1-56308-582-8. 150 pp. Softcover. $22.50.

Today not only do teachers and librarians have to know about the Internet, but some may also be expected to handle the school's television production studio. If you fall into that rather distinctive group, here's a guide for you. Written by educators, the practical, step-by-step approach in this how-to book will take you through the process of setting up a TV studio. You'll learn how to evaluate equipment you may already have, figure out what additional equipment you need, and then how to obtain it through a reliable vendor.

Because the major headache associated with creating a television production studio centers around the video production element, the authors thoroughly describe and evaluate all aspects of this type of equipment. Photographs and illustrations enhance the technical nature of the material. …

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