Elsevier/Focal Press A Broadcast Engineering Tutorial for Non-Engineers
Radio and television broadcasting is the type of profession many people fall into. This book is for new hires, as well as for anyone that needs to have the basic vocabulary in broadcast. This new edition builds the previous edition by 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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