TELEVISION BY DESIGN
by Richard Levin (1961)
"This book—illustrated with photographs which include 16 pages in colour—shows what television has achieved over the last few years in discovering its own identity as a new creative medium. It is the first book to cover in detail the whole theory of television design.
It surveys all the means and devices at the designer's disposal, from traditional scenic art to such specialised techniques as videotape recording and colour camera work. It contains complete and fully illustrated descriptions of the design process, of the studio in action and its supporting supply system. Taking the thesis that teamwork is the basis for imaginative television production, it also considers the training and administration of creative personnel."
Published by The Bodley Head
Hardcover / 207 pages