Dictionary of Television and Audiovisual Terminology

Dictionary of Television and Audiovisual Terminology

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With television programming broadcast worldwide 24/7, the industry needs a common language. Constantly changing technology, however, has resulted in continuously changing terminology, sometimes leaving even the most knowledgeable broadcasters with a lack of understanding. In this dictionary more than 1, 500 terms and acronyms, modern and classical, are presented. The definitions are straightforward and jargon-free (except where defining jargon) and ample cross-references are provided.The backup copy is used in case of loss or damage to the original. backup supply A second power supply used to ... on a camera head to allow easy tilt up and down. balanced (a) In an audio system, having three-conductor wiring, two for the anbsp;...

Title:Dictionary of Television and Audiovisual Terminology
Author: Moshe Moshkovitz
Publisher:McFarland - 1998-05-01

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