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  • Author:
    Michelle McCoy
  • ISBN:
    1566251540
  • ISBN13:
    978-1566251549
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  • Publisher:
    Taylor Trade Publishing (August 31, 1996)
  • Pages:
    203 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Marketing & Sales
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Sound and Look Professional" provides the on-camera television novice with myriad tips on looking and sound one's best when appearing on a medium that often offers little feedback in terms of audience.

Sound and Look Professional" provides the on-camera television novice with myriad tips on looking and sound one's best when appearing on a medium that often offers little feedback in terms of audience. The authors give sound (literally) advice for the beginning reporter, host, and guest, running the gamut from how to sound good to how to (and very important for a visual medium) look good.

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As we thrust into the age of digital communication technologies, opportunities are becoming endless for people to perform in front of the cameras either on television or the internet. This guide acts as a resource for the inexperienced to learn about broadcasting expectations.

Published September 25, 2000 by Bonus Books In the digital communication age, opportunities are becoming endless for professional talent, along with everyone else, to perform in front of cameras either on television or the Internet. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published September 25, 2000 by Bonus Books. In the digital communication age, opportunities are becoming endless for professional talent, along with everyone else, to perform in front of cameras either on television or the Internet. ISBN13: 9781566251549. Release Date: August 1996.

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Live at Newport is the fifth and first live album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner. It was recorded at the 1963 Newport Jazz Festival and released on the Impulse! label in 1964. It features performances by Tyner with Clark Terry, Charlie Mariano, Bob Cranshaw and Mickey Roker. Newport Romp" (McCoy Tyner) – 7:45.

As we are thrust into an age of digital communication technologies, opportunities are becoming endless for people to perform in front of the cameras either on television or the Internet. Executives representing their companies or students aspiring to work in the broadcast field are often intimidated by the thought of going on camera. One of the reasons for these fears is that there are so few resources to aid in educating people about broadcast performing expectations.

PanshyR
Great book. Easy reading and very helpful.
Dorizius
"Sound and Look Professional" provides the on-camera television novice with myriad tips on looking and sound one's best when appearing on a medium that often offers little feedback in terms of audience. The authors give sound (literally) advice for the beginning reporter, host, and guest, running the gamut from how to sound good to how to (and very important for a visual medium) look good. The reader learns about the various positions in the television studio, how to read cues on the set, and very detailed information on the presentation of the self in terms of make-up, clothing, and hairstyle. These all contribute to the credibility of anyone appearing on TV. Also provided are some scripts from "real life" TV news stories and commercials, and helpful ideas about constructing the resume for careers in the broadcast industry. Especially notable is the authors' point that just as important, if not more, for credibility than appearance is the voice, the on-camera talent's true "tool" for effective presentation. This book, written by industry insiders, aims to give the best advice to those wishing to enhance credibility.
Neol
This book is VERY helpful to those wishing to be on TV. I had the opportunity to take a Broadcast Voice class with Michelle McCoy and it was absolutly the best thing I have ever been to. If you ever get a chance to meet her take the opportunity. She provides a wealth of knowledge for a variety of topics in broadcasting.