• A and B rollsTwo separate reels of video on which scenes are alternately placed to perform special effects• Basic setA film, TV, or stage set with furniture and scenery but without props
• Cable pullerA person responsible for setting up and handling power, sound, and picture cables. Generally one cable puller is allocated to each camera• Distance shortA view in which the subject is a long distance from camera or appears to be far away; also called a long shot.• Electronic cueAn audio or video signal indicating the end of a tape or other instruction
• FEED: Broadcast sent by radio and TV networks to local stations or by a local station or medium to the headquarters office or other media. The origination point is called the feed point.• Green room:A room or waiting area for guests• HTML: It is the coding language typically used in the development of web pages.
• Infotainment: A combination of information and entertainment such as that provided by some of the cable-television.• Join in progress: An instruction to a station to cut in and start broadcasting a program already started such as live coverage of a news event.
• Lower thirdThe bottom third of the TV screen, on which identification and other caption generally are display• Mock interviewA stimulated interview, generally conducted by a professional communicator ,to help develop the communication skill of the interviewee,
• MorphingA computer process that transform one photograph or image into another, commonly used in video and film. A morph is form.Network promoAn announcement broadcast by a network to promote a specific program or the network itself generally at the end of a network program.
• On scene show A t v program produce at the site of an earlier murdur,accident,or the other event sometimes reenacted
People Meter• A device that is part of an audience measurement system. Quad Split A TV switching effect to produce four different images on the screen at the same time. Routing Room A room in a TV station with a wall of monitors on which are shown live feeds of remote transmissions for broadcast.
Sustaining ProgramA non sponsored broad cast, generally a public service. Tease A bit of news preceding the newscast.(upcoming story)
• Ultra high frequency• Limited-range wave bands for television channels(14 to 82) that transmit from 470 to 890 megahertz(MHz), with lower power and over a smaller area than low band(channels 2 to 6) or high band (7 to 13)very high frequency(VHF) stations.• Voice-over• The sound of an unseen narrator on a TV program or film;a reading by a TV announcer while a videotape is shown
• Wraparound• The introductory or concluding segments of a program or series; the live portion before or after a taped segment.• XIS• A film or TV shot that is over or across (X) the shoulders of a performer; also called O.S.( over shoulder)• Zoom• An optical effect in television and motion pictures produced by shifting quickly from one camera angle to another, such as from close up to a long shot