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First Light Video DVD: The Business of TV News: The Contract
First Light Video
DVD: The Business of TV News: The Contract
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MFR # F2659DVD
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The Business of TV News: The Contract is a 45-minute DVD from First Light Publishing that teaches you what to expect from your first contract at a news station. You've finished school, you've sent out hundreds of demos – and finally, you're considering your first job offer. On the table is a contract. What now?
This first contract is likely asking for years of your career, and of your young life. This DVD reviews typical contract points and gives invaluable tips for avoiding buyer's remorse. Famed broadcast attorney Bob Teaf and small-market news director Shannon Maze (KWST Yuma, Ariz.) explain the nuts and bolts of the contract that will define the terms of the exciting – yet crucial – first stage of your career.
A valuable resource for students ready to enter TV broadcasting, this DVD goes beyond the text book, beyond the classroom, and directly behind the scenes of TV news, revealing not just the triumphs of news reporting but the failures and problems too
Part of a series designed for those who want to be in the field of TV reporting. The purpose of this series is not to teach students how to be on television, but to be in television
Learn from broadcast veterans with over 300 years of cumulative experience, who tell students what it takes to succeed and what the future holds for careers in TV
The program features interviews, film clips, anecdotes & industry tips for students of broadcasting