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100 1  Owens, Jim,|d1957-|0
245 10 Television production /|cJim Owens. 
250    Seventeenth edition. 
264  1 New York :|bRoutledge,|c2020. 
300    1 online resource 
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500    Includes index. 
520    "Gain the skills you need to succeed in the television 
       industry and master the production process, from shooting 
       and producing, to editing and distribution. This new and 
       updated 17th edition of Television Production offers a 
       thorough and practical guide to professional TV production
       techniques. Learn how to anticipate and quickly overcome 
       commonly encountered problems in television production as 
       author Jim Owens details each role and process, including 
       the secrets of top-grade camerawork, persuasive lighting 
       techniques, and effective sound treatment, as well as the 
       subtle processes of scenic design, directing, and the art 
       of video editing. Updated throughout, containing a range 
       of new figures and diagrams, the 17th edition of this 
       classic text includes: - A discussion of the changing 
       definition of 'television' and how new technology alters 
       viewing habits; - Interviews with professionals in the 
       industry about the challenges they face during the 
       production process and the advice they would give to those
       trying to break into the production and television 
       industries; - A review of production practices and 
       techniques for VR; - A description of the latest cameras 
       and equipment, including LED lighting and remote 
       production; - Guidance and techniques for low-budget, DIY-
       style productions; - A comprehensive resource page for 
       instructors, containing slides and testing materials to 
       aid in the learning process can be found at"--|cProvided by publisher 
545 0  Jim Owens has worked and taught in the video and 
       television industry for over 30 years. As an Emmy Award-
       winning producer, he has worked on local, regional, and 
       national productions. Owens' international television work
       has included 15 Olympic broadcasts and has taken him to 
       over 25 countries. He is the author of the Video 
       Production Handbook, Television Production, and Television
       Sports Production (all published by Routledge), and has 
       had over 30 articles published in television and broadcast
       magazines in the United States and Europe. He served as 
       the curator of the History of Olympic Broadcasting 
       exhibition at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland.
       Owens is Dean of the School of Communication Arts at 
       Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky, where he has 
       taught since 1981. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Television|xProduction and direction.|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|aOwens, Jim, 1957-|tTelevision 
       production.|bSeventeenth edition.|dNew York : Routledge, 
       2020|z9780367136321|w(DLC)  2019016495|w(OCoLC)1097365071 
990    ProQuest Safari|bO'Reilly Online Learning: Academic/Public
       Library Edition|c2021-03-19|yMaster record encoding level 
990    ProQuest Safari|bO'Reilly Online Learning: Academic/Public
       Library Edition|c2021-02-12|yAdded to collection 
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