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evolution of television production methods.

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Published by Technical Centre of the European Broadcasting Union in Bruxelles .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Three addresses delivered at the 25th plenary meeting of the E.B.U. Technical Committee, Torremolinos, 14th April, 1973.

SeriesTech -- 3204-E
ContributionsEuropean Broadcasting Union. Technical Centre.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14162007M

A History of Television by Jean-Jacques Peters (EBU) Contents Preface Highlights Colour television transmission Television cameras Electronic special effects The foundations Colour television Digital television Television film scanning Digital images The first broadcasts On the primaries Technological developments Video recording Towards other File Size: KB. Live-to-Tape Television Production. Live-to-Tape television production is just like broadcasting live but it is pre-recorded. Most mistakes go “to air” but there may be time to re-shoot a segment or make small edits if there is a major mistake made during recording. Talk shows are the most popular form of Live-to-Tape productions.

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