U.S. Grant, the Man and the Image

U.S. Grant, the Man and the Image

Book - 1985
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For a time, print has caught up with technology. Here are all the elements of ENG (Electronic News Gathering) technology and its uses, strengths, and weaknesses in the researching, writing, editing, photojournalism, and production of television news, including a chapter devoted to the implications of ENG for communications law. The text is supplemented by essays written by well-established professionals, including Tom Wolzein, NBC News, Larry Hatteberg, two-time NPPA News Cameraman of the Year, Lynn Cullen, WTAE-TV, Pittsburgh, and John Premack, WCVB-TV, Boston, who consider the ethical, esthetic, editorial, operational, and organizational problems the current technology has brought to television news.The authors make extensive use of the results of a nationwide survey of News Directors, News Producers, and Broadcast Station Managers in describing the impact of ENG on the jobs broadcast journalists do, the new jobs it has created, and the kinds of skills and knowledge that future broadcast journalists will need.(This book is endorsed by the Radio-Television News Directors Association)."
Publisher: Washington : Published by the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, in association with Southern Illinois Press, 1985
ISBN: 9780809312191
0809312190
Branch Call Number: E672 .B37 1985x
Characteristics: 79 p. : ill., ports. ; 27 cm

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