Book Description

Review For true TV lovers, broadcast history buffs, and students of television production...offers an array of insights into the observations and careers of 29 television directors...nicely chronicles the evolution of TV directing and how technology and trends have shaped the job of director...for students or apprentices...the interviews offer an excellent overview of the role of television director. (Journal Of Popular Film And Culture)Based on interviews conducted over the past five years, Rose examines the craft and artistry involved in the work of some two dozen televison directors. (Book News) Read more About the Author Brian G. Rose is Professor of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham University. He has written on television programming and history for numerous magazines. Read more