Focal Encyclopedia of Electronic Media
The Focal Encyclopedia of Electronic Media (FEEM) is an up-to-date, authoritative, and comprehensive reference source. Directed to applications of electronic media technology, it clearly explains technologies and methods to those seeking to use them, in both industry and academia. Entry emphasis is on clear language, illustrations, organization, and ease of use. Applications, processes, definitions, and use of equipment are described in detail. This information is important for creative personnel, technical professionals, management decision-makers, and corporate media users and directors, anyone seeking background on applications of and trends in media equipment and processes. The search and retrieval and cross-referencing functions of the CD-ROM make finding information quick and simple. The Focal Encyclopedia of Electronic Media includes hundreds of illustrations and tables, as well as video and audio clips, to enhance the learning experience. Dr. Christopher H. Sterling acts as General Editor for FEEM, with a leading panel of experts from industry and academia. He is Associate Dean for Graduate Affairs of George Washington University's Columbia School of Arts and Sciences.
Sterling is author, co-author or editor of more than a dozen books and numerous journal articles.