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Introduction to Voice Captioning: Broadcast News, 5th Edition By Tim Moody
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This book introduces students to basic voice captioning principles. Upon successful completion of this introduction to voice captioning, students are equipped with the basic skills necessary to... More > caption broadcast news using Nuance Dragon software.< Less
PRESSure: Break Into Broadcasting By Maria Dorfner
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Broadcast journalist, Maria Dorfner shares a behind-the-scenes glimpse into working in the competitive field of television news. Drawing on three decades of experience, she shares challenges and... More > insightful tips on research, writing, reporting, producing, pitching and storytelling.< Less
Broadcast Your Self By Jacqueline Cain
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Facebook, YouTube, Blogger, Twitter... Web sites like these ask you, the user, to share what’s on your mind, whatever that might be. Some people share news, some “stalk,” some... More > show off... But everyone who uses social media creates a persona to show the rest of the world. Broadcast Your Self: Online Identity in the Culture of Narcissism takes one of the first critical looks at what it really means to present oneself online in 2010.< Less
Introduction To Internet Broadcasting By David Childers
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The ability to distribute multimedia using the Internet has created greater opportunities to convey important news, education, entertainment. The Internet allows content distributors to overcome... More > global cultural and geographic barriers. Internet delivery of multimedia content has the potential of reaching a large global audience, at considerably cheaper cost, when compared to other forms of radio and television content distribution methods. Internet broadcasting provides the ability to distribute multimedia content without technical licensing requirements. Mr. Childers has sought to write a comprehensive guide for beginning Internet broadcasters as well as provide an informative resource for the seasoned professionals. This book covers many areas and discusses both Internet radio (audio) and Internet television (video) broadcasting.< Less
Free Grace Broadcaster - Issue 198 - The Gospel By Thomas Manton et al.
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. This issue of the Free Grace Broadcaster includes the following articles: A Report from Heaven by Thomas Boston (1676-1732): the gospel is a divine and... More > historical message. What Is The Gospel Message? by J. I. Packer: the gospel is a message about God, a message about man, a message about Jesus Christ, and a call to repentance and faith. God’s Unspeakable Love by Thomas Manton (1620-1677). A Right Understanding of Sin by J. C. Ryle (1816-1900): understanding sin is essential. Crucifixion, Resurrection, and Substitution by Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892). The Call to Repentance by J. C. Ryle (1816-1900): repentance as a part of preaching the gospel. Why Is Faith Required? by Thomas Manton (1620-1677): faith and its relation to God, Christ, and obedience. Gospel and Judgment by Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892). Pardon for the Greatest Sinner by Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758). A Gospel Worth Dying For by Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892).< Less
The Man from Knew News By Matt Stewart
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This hilarious look inside a small town television news station puts the spotlight on truly shoddy journalism. Recent college graduate Tate Thompson has just been hired to run KNEW, the smallest TV... More > station in America - located in Crepeville, Montana. Only the locals pronounce it “Crapville” and before long, Tate is drowning in a pile of it. Eccentric personalities dominate the KNEW newsroom: from the anchor who opines on every story to the bombshell who mispronounces every word; from the reporter who refuses to put on makeup to the producer who wants Tate's job. As Tate struggles to run this media circus, KNEW's general manager is charged with murder. Believing it all to be a set-up, Tate relies on his skills learned in the classroom and his quirky co-workers to free their boss and bring the real killer to justice. Inspired by the author’s real-life experiences as a television news reporter, this murder mystery focuses the lens on all the absurdity that happens behind-the-scenes at a small town news station.< Less
The Man From KNEW News By Matt Stewart
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This hilarious look inside a small town television news station puts the spotlight on truly shoddy journalism. Recent college graduate Tate Thompson has just been hired to run KNEW, the smallest TV... More > station in America - located in Crepeville, Montana. Only the locals pronounce it “Crapville” and before long, Tate is drowning in a pile of it. Eccentric personalities dominate the KNEW newsroom: from the anchor who opines on every story to the bombshell who mispronounces every word; from the reporter who refuses to put on makeup to the producer who wants Tate's job. As Tate struggles to run this media circus, KNEW's general manager charged with murder. Believing it all to be a set-up, Tate relies on his skills learned in the classroom and his quirky co-workers to free their boss and bring the real killer to justice. Inspired by the author’s real-life experiences as a television news reporter, this murder mystery focuses the lens on all the absurdity that happens behind-the-scenes at a small town news station.< Less
Detecting Bull: How to Identify Bias and Junk Journalism in Print, Broadcast and on the Wild Web By John McManus
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As mainstream news media shrink and cut ethical corners and new providers of content purporting to be news spring up like mushrooms after a shower, this book helps citizens separate reliable... More > journalism from the rest. It provides yardsticks to measure both news bias and quality.< Less
The Media in the Network Society: Browsing, News, Filters and Citizenship By Gustavo Cardoso
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In the Network Society the development of a new communicational model has been taking shape. A communicational model characterized by the fusion of interpersonal communication and mass communication,... More > connecting audiences and broadcasters under a hypertextual matrix linking several media devices. The Networked Communication model is the informational societies communication model. A model that must be understood also in its needed literacies for building our media diets, media matrixes and on how it's changing the way autonomy is managed and citizenship exercised in the Information Age. In this book Gustavo Cardoso develops an analysis that, focusing on the last decade, takes us from Europe to North America and from South America to Asia, combining under the framework of the Network Society a broad range of scientific perspectives from Media Studies to Political Science and Social Movements theory to Sociology of Communication.< Less
The Media in the Network Society: Browsing, News, Filters and Citizenship By Gustavo Cardoso
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In the Network Society the development of a new communicational model has been taking shape. A communicational model characterized by the fusion of interpersonal communication and mass communication,... More > connecting audiences and broadcasters under a hypertextual matrix linking several media devices. The Networked Communication model is the informational societies communication model. A model that must be understood also in its needed literacies for building our media diets, media matrixes and on how it's changing the way autonomy is managed and citizenship exercised in the Information Age. In this book Gustavo Cardoso develops an analysis that, focusing on the last decade, takes us from Europe to North America and from South America to Asia, combining under the framework of the Network Society a broad range of scientific perspectives from Media Studies to Political Science and Social Movements theory to Sociology of Communication.< Less