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BRTF 1190 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Non-Governmental Organization, Canadian Broadcast Standards Council
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BRTF 1190 Media Business Fundamentals Lecture 5 The CRTC & Industry Self-Regulation The CRTC • Canadian Radio-Television Telecommunications Commission Mission Statement: Committed to ensuring that Canadians, a...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1190
Bruce Gilbert
BRTF 1219 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Gerasimov Institute Of Cinematography, Stock Footage
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BRTF1219 – Film Production Lecture 7 Russian Film Editing in the 1920s Early Russian Film Early days not technically or aesthetically innovative Dependence on the West for films and technology 1917 - ...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1219
David Niven
BRTF 1229 Lecture 7: BRTF1229-Lecture 7
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BRTF 1229 – Broadcast Journalism II Lecture 7 ETHICS Definition; the doctrine of morals; more philosophy; a system of moral principles  Ethics has to do with our sense of what is right behaviour and ...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1229
Tom Otto
BRTF 1227 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: F-Number, Shallow Focus
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BRTF 1227 – Television Production Lecture 7 What Lenses Are vs. What Lenses See Lenses: Definitions 1. Focal Length 1.a. The distance from the optical center of the lens to the front surf...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1227
David Lostracco
BRTF 1219 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Shooting Schedule, Location Manager
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find more resources at oneclass.com BRTF 1219 Film Production Lecture 6 What Does a Producer Do?  No oicial line for description Producer  Typically 1st person attached to a project  Good business knowled...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1219
David Niven
BRTF 1229 Lecture 6: BRTF 1229 - Lecture 6
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BRTF 1229 Broadcast Journalism II Lecture 6 The Line-up: Similarities Just like radio...several factors came in to play when determining the line-up The Line-up: Differences A TV newscast is subjected ...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1229
Tom Otto
BRTF 1226 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Music Of Canada, Canadian Content
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BRTF 1226 Radio Production Lecture 7 CANCON Canadian Content  Stations must play 35% Canadian music  35% must be played Mon-Fri (6am-6pm)  CRTC- Canadian Radio-Television Telecomm...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1226
Chris Jeanneret
BRTF 1229 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sitaonair, Camera Operator, News Values
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BRTF1229 – Lecture 5 Broadcast Journalism II Videography This is among the more challenging positions in today's television news-gathering environment • Videographer is a four-function person: o Producer...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1229
Tom Otto
BRTF 1229 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Location, Location, Location, Facebuster, Lighting Technician
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BRTF1229 – Lecture 4 Broadcast Journalism II Television Reporting • ENG…what does this mean? o Electronic News Gathering o ENG crew may consist of: • Reporter ...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1229
Tom Otto
BRTF 1227 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Electronic News-Gathering, Prosumer, Secure Digital
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BRTF1227 – Lecture 6 Television Production Rehearsals 1. Script Read a. For dramas; spending days getting the right feel b. Aka. A round table, or table read 2. Dry Run a. Aka. Blocking ...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1227
David Lostracco
BRTF 1226 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Federal Communications Commission, Sirius Satellite Radio, Liberty Media
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BRTF1226 – Lecture 6 Radio Production Satellite Radio - United States • The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) took applications in 1992 • Two licenses o CD Radio - Sirius ...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1226
Chris Jeanneret
BRTF 1226 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Itunes, Radio Data System, Consumer Confusion
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BRTF1226 – Lecture 5 Radio Production Today and Tomorrow FM Radio • FM succeeded after the following o The industry saw money potential o Manufacturers saw a market o Consumers saw a bene...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1226
Chris Jeanneret
BRTF 1226 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hd Radio, Radio Data System, Itunes
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BRTF1236 – Lecture 4 Radio Production Today and Tomorrow FM Radio • FM succeeded after the following o The industry saw money potential o Manufacturers saw a market o Consumers saw a bene...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1226
Chris Jeanneret
BRTF 1219 Lecture 5: BRTF1219 – Lecture 5
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BRTF1219 – Lecture 5 Film Production Sound Effects Post-Production Sound • Picture is locked • Post production sound crew comes in • 3 basic areas of sound o Dialogue o Sound effects o...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1219
David Niven
BRTF 1219 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dorothy Arzner, Sound Film, Kinetoscope
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BRTF1219 – Lecture 4 Film Production Sound • First film made for Kinetophone iPod in 1895 o Kinetophone with a phonograph inside a cabinet o Kinetophone In 1913 there was different, short lived ...

Broadcasting-Radio, TV & Film
BRTF 1219
David Niven

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