Tv Final Essay

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Study Guide for Level One TV Senior Final 2012 1. Signal transmission speed of radio & TV waves The speed of light 2. Difference between networks, ONO, and affiliates Networks: make program bundles available exclusively to its affiliates ONO: Owned and Operated. Type of affiliate that is owned by one of the Networks (CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox, etc.) Affiliates: Local stations (WSVN, WFOR, etc.) 3. Differences between pre-, production, post- Pre-: What happens before we go out to shoot Production: Time of shooting Post-: Editing 4. Application of pre-, production, post- Pre-: Costuming, research, hiring actors, etc. Production: Shooting video for the production Post-: Editing (including music editing). ADR (automatic dialogue…show more content…
We have them because of a 1912 international agreement. 14. Amount of time for creating a film Pre-production (60% of your time is spent on this [24 months]) Production (10% of your time is spent on this [1 month or 2]) Postproduction (30% of your time is spent on this [6 months]) 15. Network ownership The Walt Disney Company owns ABC News Corporation owns FOX Comcast and GE owns NBC CBS owns CBS 16. Local affiliates WFOR, WTVJ, WSVN, and WPLG. 17. SMRC See #24 S -> M -> R -> C Sender Message Receiver Communication Feedback 18. Gaffers Tape It’s like duct tape but there’s no goo when you take it off. Garner loves it. 19. Large and small scale production companies Large scale: Creates shows that you know (Glee, Grey’s Anatomy, etc.). Also, sporting events. Small scale: Local stuff. Wedding & Bar Mitzvah videos. 20. Interpersonal vs. Intrapersonal Interpersonal: Communication between two people (dyadic). Intrapersonal: The individual becomes his or her own sender and receiver, providing feedback to him or herself in an ongoing internal process. **21. Regulation of radio 22. Nonverbal, verbal 90% of all communications is nonverbal. It’s everything that is not spoken. Nonverbal
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