50 years behind the scenes on QTQ9

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Dobson, Joe, Campbell, Claire, Sankey, Joel, Alexis, C. and Jones, A.. 2010. 50 years behind the scenes on QTQ9. Australia.
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50 years behind the scenes on QTQ9

Type of WorkAudio/visual recording
Creator/ContributorDobson, Joe (Producer (Film)), Campbell, Claire (Author), Sankey, Joel (Author), Alexis, C. (Author) and Jones, A. (Other)
Year2010
Publisher or Commissioning BodyChannel 9
Place of PublicationAustralia
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USQ Springfield, Bachelor of Applied Media (BAM) students in partnership with Channel Nine Brisbane, have produced a television special to celebrate the first 50 years of television in Queensland. Fifty Years Behind the Scenes is a one-hour special which aired on Channel Nine Brisbane on 5 September, 2010.
BAM Lecturer Mr Ashley Jones said five final year students worked on the special throughout 2009 to gain further industry experience.

KeywordsQueensland history; television; broadcasting; social history
Contains Sensitive ContentDoes not contain sensitive content
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020430302. Australian history
360505. Screen media
470214. Screen and media culture
SupervisorAshley Jones
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
Byline AffiliationsChannel 9, Australia
School of Creative Arts
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