The Guide To Digital Television, second edition, is not designed to be a "how to" book as much as it is a "what to do" book. Broadcast and video professionals already know how to do their jobs; our goal is to provide a practical guide for the transition from analog to digital, a tool to help you make the right decisions for your unique situation. Consider it your textbook for the class DTV 101. The Guide To Digital Television, second edition, has been organized to follow the typical production cycle from pre-production to delivery and transmission. New sections for the second edition address HDTV production concerns, DTV interference, new audio developments, and new industry technical specifications. Plus, the glossary has been expanded to include more than 400 terms and additional appendices provide in-depth discussion of specific areas of industry concern.
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Michael Silbergleid is president of The SilverKnight Group, a consulting, marketing and public relations firm specializing in high technology. Silbergleid was most recently Editor-In-Chief of Television Broadcast magazine from March 1998 until June 1999 and had been the editor since September 1994. Prior to joining the magazine, he was Manager of Educational Television and Telecommunication Engineering for the Huntsville City School System in Alabama and has been a producer, director, video editor, chief engineer and facilities designer. Mr. Silbergleid has a Master of Arts degree in Telecommunication and Film Management from The University of Alabama and two Bachelor of Arts degrees, in Dramatic Arts And Dance and Speech Communications, both from the State University of New York at Geneseo. He is the editor of the first edition of The Guide To Digital Television published by Miller Freeman PSN in 1998.
Mark J. Pescatore has been part of the Television Broadcast magazine team for more than four years, and is currently a Contributing Editor. He also serves as Education Field Editor for Government Video magazine. He has been a television station program manager and has taught college courses in mass communication and television production. Mr. Pescatore has a Master of Arts in Telecommunication and Film from The University of Alabama, a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Florida Atlantic University, and an Associate of Arts in Mass Communication from Broward Community College. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Journalism and Mass Communication at The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
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