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Screenwriting (Basics Film-Making 02)
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Screenwriting (Basics Film-Making 02)

Basics Film-Making: Screenwriting is the second in the Basics Film-Making series and is aimed both at students on film production courses, as well as those wishing to write a short film. The book teaches the key elements of screenwriting through examining areas such as dialogue, sound, setting, shots and structure. It also provides advice to new film-makers on how to market their productions. This is an essential guide to screenwriting and will teach the reader to write and produce artistically satisfying shorts.
 
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777 Great Clean Jokes
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777 Great Clean Jokes777 Great Clean Jokes

Here's a sparkling collection of unsullied humor, ideal for any age and situation. Following in the footsteps of other best-selling Barbour joke books-such as Noah's Favorite Animal Jokes, The World's Greatest Collection of Church Jokes, and Knock, Knock, Who's There?-the entries in 777 Great Clean Jokes are categorized by topic and promise hours of fun and laughter for personal reading, church activities, and speech or sermon preparation.
 
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501+ Great Interview Questions For Employers and the Best Answers for Prospective Employees
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501+ Great Interview Questions For Employers and the Best Answers for Prospective Employees

For anyone who hires employees this is a must have book. It is also essential for anyone searching for a new job. This new book contains a wide variety of carefully worded questions that will help make the employee search easier. These questions can help you determine a candidates personality type, the type of work he or she is best suited for, and if the person will mesh with your existing employees and workplace

 
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Taboo Game Cards for A1&A2 Levels
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Taboo Game Cards for A1&A2 LevelsTaboo Game Cards for A1&A2 Levels

These new Taboo Game Cards are the last materials I have  designed. I just love them as it is possible to play different games with them.  They are not only taboo game cards, also can be used as flashcards while teaching and learning vocabulary, storytelling cards, charades cards or it can be simply said that the only limit is your imagination.
 
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News at Work: Imitation in an Age of Information Abundance
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News at Work: Imitation in an Age of Information Abundance

Before news organizations began putting their content online, people got the news in print or on TV and almost always outside of the workplace. But nowadays, most of us keep an eye on the headlines from our desks at work, and we have become accustomed to instant access to a growing supply of constantly updated stories on the Web. This change in the amount of news available as well as how we consume it has been coupled with an unexpected development in editorial labor: rival news organizations can now keep tabs on the competition and imitate them, resulting in a decrease in the diversity of the news.
 
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Journalism and Free Speech
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Journalism and Free Speech

Journalism and Free Speech brings together for the first time an historical and theoretical exploration of journalism and its relationship with the idea of free speech. Though freedom of the press is widely regarded as an essential ingredient to democratic societies, the relationship between the idea of freedom of speech and the practice of press freedom is one that is generally taken for granted. Censorship, in general terms is an anathema.

 
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Radio Journalism in America: Telling the News in the Golden Age and Beyond
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Radio Journalism in America: Telling the News in the Golden Age and Beyond

This history of radio news reporting recounts and assesses the contributions of radio toward keeping America informed since the 1920s. It identifies distinct periods and milestones in broadcast journalism and includes a biographical dictionary of important figures who brought news to the airwaves. Americans were dependent on radio for cheap entertainment during the Great Depression and for critical information during the Second World War, when no other medium could approach its speed and accessibility.
 
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