TV Stations; A Guide for Architects, Engineers and Management. Architectural History, Walter J. Duschinsky.

TV Stations; A Guide for Architects, Engineers and Management

New York: Reinhold, 1954. Revised. Cloth over Boards. Quarto, pp. 136, indexed, illustrated with b/w drawings and photographs. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Item #19825

This is the first book dealing with the planning and design of television stations. Designing for this complex industry involves a complete understanding of program planning and production, of technical operations and administration, and of the problems arising from the use of live talent and film. Supplementing the text are 135 illustrations, showing TV equipment of all types, station facilities, and plant layouts.

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