TV FAQ' will make you a fully informed and knowledgable, entertained and argumentative TV expert. _x000D_ _x000D_ 'TV FAQ' does what it says on the cover: it answers just about everything you've always wanted to know about Television, in witty and highly informative form and is written by a leading TV writer, thinker, educator and long-term producer._x000D_ _x000D_ 'TV FAQ' takes commonly asked questions about TV - factual, technical, ethical, content-based, controversial, plain cheeky and answers them crisply and comprehensively. Each entry contains examples, ranging from a detailed deconstruction of an episode of 'NYPD Blue', to the way that audience statistics are produced, and how television gains (and sometimes forfeits) our trust. _x000D_ _x000D_ Answers can be read down, across - with links between entries - or dipped into as required.The rapid transition to flat-screen TVs with LCD or plasma screens is likely to increase the number of glass tube sets that households want to get rid of. The DEFRA regulations put a ... Recycling the backs of TV sets presents particular problems since a#39;the presence of halogenated flame ... Q44 two TV manufacturers (Samsung and Bang aamp; Olufsen) 217 Q45 Is TV bad for the environment? 45. Is TV bad foranbsp;...
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