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Making a Television Program

WRITTEN BY: Dody Cross
ILLUSTRATOR: Cary Cochrane
PUBLISHED: 1971
PUBLISHER: Metropolitan Pittsburgh Public Broadcasting Inc. / FCI
SERIES:  
ISBN: N/A

Summary

Making a Television Program describes the great effort it takes to film an episode of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.

Details include the role of the producer, director, consultants, crew, and cast members.

It even goes as far as to include a description of the set designer's role as well as that of the prop master.

Readers get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the making of a Neighborhood episode.

The book concludes with a explanation of the difference between commercial and public television.


Notes

  • As of 1983, this book was available through the FCI catalog at a cost of $.75 for a color version and $.50 for black and white.

Appearing In This Book

Mister Rogers | Chef Brockett | Audrey Roth | Mr. McFeely

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