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Finally, if you are an instructor you should know that there are extensive teaching aids available for the TV Production course, including answers to the interactive quizzes, additional test questions, and student certificates for satisfactory course completion. Although more limited, there are also test answers available for questions in the Mass Media course.

Please specify which course you are interested in when you write.

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In case there is a JavaScript problem, we'll put this another way ronw    ["at" symbol]   ymail   .com (without the spaces).

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