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Author Mitchell, Leslie, 1905-1985.

Title Freelancing for television and radio / Leslie Mitchell
Edition Second edition
Published London ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2005


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS  791.440293 Mit/Fft 2005  AVAILABLE
Description ix, 133 pages ; 24 cm
Series Media skills
Media skills.
Contents 1. What is a freelance? -- 2. Starting a freelance career -- 3. Sustaining and developing a freelance career -- 4. Freelancing in radio -- 5. Freelancing in television -- 6. Freelancing in non-broadcast -- 7. Pitching ideas -- 8. Business matters -- 9. Issues and ethics -- 10. References and information
Summary "Freelancing for Television and Radio is a guide for those either considering becoming or currently working as a freelance media professional. It offers brief overviews of the TV and radio industries, as well as the role of convergence in video production and multimedia." "Freelancing for Television and Radio explains what it means to be a freelance in the world of the audio-visual industries. From an outline of tax and employment issues it goes on to describe the ups and downs of the world in which the freelance works. Radio, television and related sectors like facilities and video production are assessed for the opportunities they offer the aspiring freelance and there's also an analysis of the skills you need for a successful freelance career."--BOOK JACKET
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [127]-129) and index
Subject Broadcasting -- Vocational guidance.
Broadcasting -- Vocational guidance -- Great Britain.
LC no. 2004021901
ISBN 0415341027
0415341019 (hardback)
Other Titles Freelancing for television and radio