If you enjoy live events television and want to look at the history and current state of live remote production, TV on Wheels: The Story of Remote Television Production will take you places that you can't visit unless you know someone who knows someone working in Live TV . When the clock counts down to air you can feel rush of adrenaline of dozens of minds and hands working in synchronization, It's as much of a performance as that of what appears in front of the cameras.
TV on Wheels is required reading for any student interested in live remote TV. Even if your more interested in another aspect of MEDP, it's a fascinating read. Get a taste from this slideshow of half dozen of the dozens of images in the book.
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