Sets: construction and display

United Kingdom, 1968

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Studies television studio set design, concentrating on three common production situations: - the presenter set’, theinterview set’, and the `drama set’. Includes details of their design, planning and construction. Emphasises the need for co-ordination with studio engineers. Well presented and easy to understand with good use of models as an instructive tool.

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Lawrie Lawler

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Centre for Educational Television Overseas



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