Public Safety, D/FW Style: Production of an Informational Videotape

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This study consists of two parts, the completed videotape production and the production book. The videotape explores the history, organizational structure, and training requirements of the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Department of Public Safety. A copy of the videotape is shelved in the North Texas State University Media Center Library. The production book describes background preproduction, production, and postproduction of the videotape. Problems, their effects, and solutions are described. The study concludes that an effective videotape can be produced in-house with limited time, equipment, and personnel, at a cost far less than commercially produced films. The study makes specific recommendations for ... continued below

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Holland, Marvin Glyn August 1981.

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This study consists of two parts, the completed videotape production and the production book. The videotape explores the history, organizational structure, and training requirements of the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Department of Public Safety. A copy of the videotape is shelved in the North Texas State University Media Center Library. The production book describes background preproduction, production, and postproduction of the videotape. Problems, their effects, and solutions are described. The study concludes that an effective videotape can be produced in-house with limited time, equipment, and personnel, at a cost far less than commercially produced films. The study makes specific recommendations for guidelines and planning of future productions.

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Holland, Marvin Glyn. Public Safety, D/FW Style: Production of an Informational Videotape, thesis, August 1981; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc504377/: accessed September 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .