In spite of the fact that India produces the maximum number of films each year, quality books and magazines related to the production of programmes for television channels and even those related to cinema, video, and television are difficult to find. To pave this gap, the two writers have penned down their years of experience and knowledge of Television Films in this book. Television is no longer merely a source of entertainment or income. This book is very informative for readers who are interested in Television Programme Production. In this book, all processes and equipment used in the production of a television programme have been explained with the help of pictures and diagrams. This is definitely a multi-dimensional book in its own right, and will definitely prove to be very helpful to the readers who are interested in knowing more about the subject.
The Hindi version of the book has received the prestigious “Bhartendu Harishchander Award 2008” under Media and Mass Communication Category. The awards are given annually by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
This book Useful for Leisure Read.
1. Television Programme: Birth and Development
2. How is a Programme Born?
5. Fundamental Basis
6. Technical Aspect
7. Programme Shooting
8. Single Camera Shoot
9. Multi Camera Shooting
10. Programme Preproduction Process
12. Camera Control and Operation
13. Lens and Angle
14. Iris and Exposure
15. Exposure Control
17. Why do we need Different Camera Angles?
18. Wide Angle
19. Narrow Angle
20. Normal Angle
21. Zoom Lens
22. Zoom and Activity
23. Camera Placement
24. What Does a Shot Mean?
25. Types of Shots
28. Point of View
29. TV and Close-up
31. Lighting Arrangements
32. When, Where, and How to Place Lights?
33. Stage Setting
35. Television News Production
36. How is a News Bulletin Made?
37. How do we Receive the News?
38. Television Documentary Script
39. Real Aspects
40. Anchor- or Presenter-based Programmes
41. TV Drama and Serials
42. Professional Environment and Current Situation