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© 1992

The Encyclopedia of Television, Cable, and Video

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. A
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 1-46
  3. B
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 47-82
  4. C
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 83-148
  5. D
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 149-178
  6. E
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 179-193
  7. F
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 194-225
  8. G
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 226-245
  9. H
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 246-268
  10. I
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 269-287
  11. J
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 288-293
  12. K
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 294-303
  13. L
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 304-326
  14. M
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 327-371
  15. N
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 372-394
  16. O
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 395-406
  17. P
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 407-444
  18. Q
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 445-448
  19. R
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 449-470
  20. S
    Robert M. Reed, Maxine K. Reed
    Pages 471-525

About this book

Introduction

This is a major reference work about the overlapping fields of television, cable and video. With both technical and popular appeal, this book covers the following areas: advertising, agencies, associations, companies, unions, broadcasting, cable-casting, engineering, events, general production and programming.

Keywords

Union production programming television video

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Reed-Gordon BooksEast NorthportUSA

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