50 years of TV week
Sydney, NSW: ACP Magazines, 2007.
Call No: 915(94) TV Source: AT Place: Sydney, NSW Publisher: ACP Magazines PubDate: 2007 PhysDes: 94 pages : colour illustrations ; 28 cm Series: TV Week Subject: TELEVISION JOURNALISM. AUSTRALIA; McCune, Lisa; MCLACHLAN, CRAIG; NEWTON, BERT; PARKER, GEORGIE Notes: "Souvenir 50th birthday issue" ISSN: 9313006007005 Contents: 50th birthday -- Top 25 cover stars -- Star invterview: Georgie Parker -- Weddings -- The 1950s -- The 1960s -- TV Week memories: Bert and Patti Newton -- The 1970s -- The 1980s -- TV Week memories: Carig McLachlan -- The 1990s -- TV Week memories: Lisa McCune -- The 2000s -- '80s and '90s fashion -- Talkback and TV Week -- 50 years of goss -- Regulars -- Movies on TV -- Your TV listings -- Hot plots: overseas dramas and soaps -- Puzzles -- Overseas goss -- Aussie goss -- Birthday countdown: Amy Mizzi -- Features -- Neighbours: lessons in love -- Dancing with the stars: the final cha cha More info
Australian media's treatment of the developing world : how does it rate? / Australian International Development Assistance Bureau
Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1989.
The best of Luck : fifth column / Peter Luck
Port Melbourne: William Heinemann Australia, 1990.
Call No: 802.281.3 LUC Author: Luck, Peter Source: AT Place: Port Melbourne Publisher: William Heinemann Australia PubDate: 1990 PhysDes: 292 p. : ill. ; 20 cm Subject: TELEVISION JOURNALISM. AUSTRALIA; TELEVISION JOURNALISTS; INDUSTRY, TV. AUSTRALIA Summary: "... One of the country's top producers and presenters, Luck also writes the wise and witty '5th Column', which has graced the pages of the Sydney Morning Herald for more than five years.
The Best of Luck comprises Luck's most entertaining television articles fromthe '5th Column'. Luck gives a colourful and humourous view of the people and programmes that make up the Aussie brand of TV."-BOOK BLURB Notes: cartoons by Jenny Coopes ISBN: 0535613483 Donation: donated by the family of Wayne Levy, 2006 ID2: 91 More info
The Australian (22/04/2016) p.11 More info
The CNN effect : The myth of news, foreign policy and intervention / Piers Robinson
London: Routledge, 2002.
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Documentary in American television : form, function, method / A. William Bluem
New York: Hastings House, .
Call No: 761(73) BLU Author: Bluem, A. William Source: US Place: New York Publisher: Hastings House PubDate:  PhysDes: 311 p. illus., ports. 24 cm Subject: BIOGRAPHICAL FILMS; DOCUMENTARIES. USA; JOURNALISM IN THE CINEMA; PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE CINEMA; RADIO AND THE CINEMA; TELEVISION JOURNALISM; TELEVISION; TELEVISION. USA; TRUTH IN FILMS; WAR AND TV Summary: "The documentary movement in American television is explored critically in this knowledgeable, and often controversial, book. Analyzed here are forms and functions of the television documentary; its heritage in other media (print, still photography, motion pictures, radio, living theatre); its major achievements; the people who have shaped it; the problems and the possibilities of its use in a free society." -- BOOK BLURB Notes: Bibliography: p. 297-301 ISBN: 0803815271 LON: 646183 8085578 URL status: URL: 'http://-'
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Ending the affair : the decline of television current affairs in Australia / Graeme Turner
Sydney, N.S.W.: UNSW Press, 2005.
Guerilla television / Michael Shamberg and Raindance Corporation
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971.
The News Man : sixty years of television / by Mal Walden
Melbourne, Vic.: Brolga Publishing, c2016.
Call No: 81WAL WAL Author: Walden, Mal Source: AT Place: Melbourne, Vic. Publisher: Brolga Publishing PubDate: c2016 PhysDes: 378 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm Subject: TELEVISION; TELEVISION JOURNALISM; TELEVISION JOURNALISM. AUSTRALIA; TELEVISION. AUSTRALIA; TELEVISION JOURNALISTS; NEWS PRESENTERS. AUSTRALIA; NEWS PROGRAMMES; NEWS PROGRAMMES. AUSTRALIA; BROADCASTING. AUSTRALIA; AUSTRALIA; WALDEN, MAL Summary: "The News Man is a very personal look at the public face of news by one of Australia's most well-loved and respected news presenters of our time. Mal Walden was seventeen when he applied for hs first job in media. Starting out as a country radio announcer, he went on to work in Launceston and Melbourne before making the shift to television as a news anchor for channels Seven and Ten. At age seventy he gracefully crossed the finishing line to be recognised as the longest-serving newsman on Australian television.
Each year mal maintained a journal in which he recorded his many serendipitous and life-changing moments. These memories form a record of not only his life as a newsman, but of the evolution of television news." -- BOOK BACK COVER ISBN: 9781925367492 More info
Shooting through : An irreverent memoir
Crows Nest, N.S.W: Allen & Unwin, 2003.
Special : Fred Freed and the television documentary / David G. Yellin
New York London: Macmillan Collier-Macmillan, 1973.
Call No: 761 YEL Author: Yellin, David G Place: New York London Publisher: Macmillan Collier-Macmillan PubDate: 1973 PhysDes: x, 289 p. : ill., ports ; 25cm Subject: DIRECTORS; DOCUMENTARIES; DOCUMENTARY DRAMAS; HISTORY OF TV; PRODUCERS; TELEVISION JOURNALISM; FREED, FRED Summary: "Special chronicles the development of the television documentary - from its beginnings after World War II to the present - through the life and work of Fred Freed, pioneer in the radio and television documentary [...] In tracing Freed's career, David G. Yellin presents much more than a fascinating biography of a master documentary film producer. His unique book also discusses the documentary's form, from conception to telecast, and will prove illuminating not only to those with a professional interest in the field of broadcasting, but to every viewer who has ever seen a documentary and wondered how it was put together." -- BOOK BLURB Notes: Television programmes. Documentaries. Production. Freed, Fred (BNB/PRECIS); Includes index ISBN: 0026329700 : ª4.95 LON: 3518634 More info
State-wide coverage of disaster
The Australasian Cinema (19/3/1982) vol.11 iss.4 p.22 More info
The stories that changed Australia : 50 years of Four Corners / edited by Sally Neighbour
Sydney: ABC Books, 2012.
Call No: 79FOU STO Author: Neighbour, Sally Source: AT Place: Sydney Publisher: ABC Books PubDate: 2012 PhysDes: 274 p. : ill., ports. ; 24 cm Subject: AUSTRALIA; BROADCASTING. AUSTRALIA; TELEVISION; TELEVISION JOURNALISM; TELEVISION JOURNALISM. AUSTRALIA; FOUR CORNERS [TV] (AT, 1961-) Summary: "In the fifty years it's been on air, Four Corners has broken more stories, triggered more headlines, generated more controversy and aired more high quality investigative journalist than any other program in Australia. In today's world of 24-hour news cycles it is an anarchronism, "a television miracle" as Kerry O'Brien puts it in his introduction to this book. But when it first went to air, no-one expected it to last. Now to mark its 50th anniversary, many of the program's most renowned journalists and producers look back on their biggest stories - from war, famines, and terrorism to indigenous rights, reproductive rights, and corruption in all corners of the globe. They take readers through the dramas and intrigue involved in bringing stories which anger people in high places to air. They tell what happened away from the cameras as well as on, share moments of humour and pathos and reflect on the vital role played by the ABC's flagship news program. " -- LIBRARIES AUSTRALIA Notes: "Introduction by Kerry O'Brien".--Page 1; "ABC Books" logo at foot of back cover; "The ABC 'Wave' device is a trademark of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and is used under licence by HarperCollinsPublishers Australia" -- T.p. verso; Contributors: John Penlington, Peter Reid, Caroline Jones, Andrew Hogan, Jonathan Holmes, Mary Delahunty, Chris Masters, Peter Manning, Jenny Brockie, David Marr, Liz Jackson, Sally Neighbour, Debbie Whitmont, Sarah Ferguson; Also available online ISBN: 9780733331053 Donation: Donated by Senses of Cinema, 2013 Contents: -- introduction / by Kerry O'Brien -- 1: "This program will go to air over my dead body" / by John Penlington -- 2: times they were a-changing / by Peter Reid -- 3: 'girl takes over' / by Caroline Jones -- 4: the cook with all the firewood / by Allan Hogan -- 5: recollections of a cutting-room technician / by Jonathan Holmes -- 6: aiding or abetting / by Mary Delahunty -- 7: the big dig / by Chris Masters -- 8: the adrenalin years / by Peter Manning -- 9: handle with care / by Jenny Brockie -- 10: reporting black Australia: these stories aren't over / by David Marr -- 11: comfortable and relaxed: encounters with John Howard, 1994-2007 / by Liz Jackson -- 12: "that awful bloody program" / by Sally Neighbour -- 13: reporting from another country: stories about asylum seekers / by Debbie Whitmont -- 14: the waitress, the refugee and the killing box / by Sarah Ferguson -- author biographies -- More info
This is the ABC : the Australian Broadcasting Commission 1932-1983 / K. S. Inglis; assisted by Jan Brazier
Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Press, 1983.