Shipboard closed-circuit television and shore commands with their own
television broadcast systems use graphics material. Television and video are a
visual imaging media. You should have a basic understanding of television
graphics and their preparation to fully exploit television as a communications
The material in this chapter enables you to do the following:
Construct a storyboard.
Identify the aspect ratio of graphics prepared for television transmission.
Select a value scale or color key to use in television presentations.
Differentiate between disclosure devices in television transmission.
Identify the transmission sequence in television theory.
Compare the impact of televised media to slide or viewgraph presentations.
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