Opportunities in Television and Video Careers
McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - 199 páginas
More than 100 "opportunities" for students and job seekers!
The most comprehensive career book series available, Opportunities in . . . covers a range of professions, from acting to writing, and encompasses traditional as well as cutting-edge careers. Each book offers job seekers essential information about a variety of careers within each field and includes training and education requirements, salary statistics, and professional and Internet resources.
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Beginning in the mid-1960s, communications satellites were launched into orbit around the earth. Most television networks now use satellites or digital fiber optics to distribute their programs to affiliate stations for retransmission ...
For a satellite dish to receive a signal from a satellite in space, it must “look” directly at the location of the satellite. For this reason, the satellite must hold a stationary position relative to the earth.
One drawback of the Ku band is that it is more sensitive than Cband satellite signals to atmospheric disturbances. Fog and heavy rain can affect the quality of the picture. Direct broadcast satellite (DBS) has a high power output and is ...
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1 The Television Landscape
3 Television and Video in Nonbroadcast Organizations
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