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by Moshe Moshkovitz
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  • Author:
    Moshe Moshkovitz
  • ISBN:
    0786437545
  • ISBN13:
    978-0786437542
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  • Publisher:
    McFarland; Paperback edition (August 15, 2008)
  • Pages:
    183 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Engineering
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This book began when Moshkovitz was teaching a college-level technology course and decided to compile a list of. .

This book began when Moshkovitz was teaching a college-level technology course and decided to compile a list of some common terms. That list eventually grew into the more than 1,500 words and phrases defined here, "the terms used by professionals in everyday work and professional publications of the television and telecommunications industry worldwide. Terms related to both video and audio are included.

Constantly changing technology, however, has resulted in continuously changing terminology, sometimes leaving even the most knowledgeable broadcasters with a lack of understanding. In this dictionary over 1,500 terms and acronyms, both modern and classical, are presented. The definitions are designed to be straightforward and jargon-free (except where defining jargon), permitting ease of use to readers from a variety of fields.

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Moshe Moshkovitz is the technical manager at Network Communications and Productions, part of Israel's second television station. More about Moshe Moshkovitz. Dictionary of Television and Audiovisual Terminology.

Personal Author: Moshkovitz, Moshe, 1950 .

Personal Author: Moshkovitz, Moshe, 1950-. Publication Information: Jefferson, . McFarland & C. c1998. Physical Description: vii, 175 p. ; 24 cm. Subject Term: Television - Dictionaries. Televizyon - Sözlükler. Television broadcasting - Dictionaries. Televizyon yayıncılığı - Sözlükler. Tâelâevision - Dictionnaires anglais.

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With television programming being broadcast worldwide in real time, the industry needs a common professional language. Constantly changing technology, however, has resulted in continuously changing terminology, sometimes leaving even the most knowledgeable broadcasters with a lack of understanding. In this dictionary over 1,500 terms and acronyms, both modern and classical, are presented. The definitions are designed to be straightforward and jargon-free (except where defining jargon), permitting ease of use to readers from a variety of fields. Ample cross-references are provided.

MilsoN
I was looking for a reference book that would help me learn Audio/Visual terminology.

The book I received was copywritten in 1998. As technology has most certainly changed ten...twentyfold since then, I find the usefullness of this item to be limited...very limited. While I did purchase this item for little of nothing (the cost of shipping was actually greater than the cost of the book, it is no bargain if the definitions are dated.
Quinthy
Having read this dictionary from the beginning to the end more than once, I could not avoid being impressed by the attention to detail and precision of the definitions which indicates Moshkovitz's breadth of comprehension of the professional terminology he defines so well. I believe that the inclusion of illustrations would have enhanced the look and feel of the book. I understand that a new book by Moshkovitz is due out in April and am curious to see how he deals with his new subject "The Virtual Studio"