Previously published by the National Association of Broadcasters, this book is the most recognized crash course in broadcast engineering in America. Radio and television broadcasting is the type of profession that many people fall into and seldomly do they have a proper background for the job. This book has become "the bible" for the new hire, as well as for anyone that needs to have the basic vocabulary in broadcast. This new edition builds on what worked in the previous one, while adding new standards and defining emerging digital technologies that are revolutionizing the field. Written in a "non-technical" fashion to appeal to trainees, managers and creatives.
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