RTV Study Guide - 1 What are the modes of radio production(live-local live assist semi automated turn key automated Slide 7-8Local live Production

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1. What are the modes of radio production (live-local, live assist, semi automated, turn key automated) Slide- 7-8- Local, live Production - station employs its own announcers and newscasters Live-assist Production - station uses syndicated programming but retains local announcers Semi-automation - station uses syndicated producer for majority of programming Turnkey automation - station is fully automated Voice tracking - computer automation makes it possible to program more than one station with same personnel 2. Electronic News Gathering Text page 200- cameras became portable and lightweight, all the equipment became lighter, which allowed stations to go on-site. Revolutionized news stories. 3. What was the impact of the JFK assassination, the civil rights movement, and Vietnam on television news Lesson 3- slides 2-4 – television became the primary source of information gathering, where prior to that it was radio. 4. Co-venturing Text- page 202- working with other stations in the market. An affiliate working with an independent and they provide news programming in the same market. 5. Financial inters and syndication rules (fin-syn) Slide- 15-16- early 1970s FCC attempts to stop the networks from monopolizing entertainment production
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course RTV 3007 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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RTV Study Guide - 1 What are the modes of radio production(live-local live assist semi automated turn key automated Slide 7-8Local live Production

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