Rabu, 16 Maret 2011

Master Control Room (MCR) TV

Master Control Room (MCR) Televisi atau disebut juga ruang kendali siaran televisi merupakan ruangan yang berisikan perangkat teknis utama penyiaran dalam mengontrol segala proses siaran stasiun televisi. MCR menjadi pusat dari segala kegiatan produksi siaran yang ada di stasiun penyiaran televisi. MCR sangat penting karena semua materi siaran baik acara secara langsung (live) maupun rekaman di studio, atau kejadian yang langsung dari suatu lokasi di luar studio melalui OB Van atau mobil siaran, harus melalui MCR terlebih dahulu, sebelum akhirnya dipancarkan ke satelit. Materi siaran berupa iklan, logo stasiun televisi, program-program acara, running text dan sebagainya, semuanya telah disiapkan di MCR untuk ditayangkan.

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Minggu, 21 September 2008


Jack and The Beandstalk

In the days of King Alfred there lived a poor woman. She had been a widow, and had only child named Jack, whom she indulged to a fault. The consequence of her blind partiality was, tahat Jack didn’t pay least attention to anything she said his follies were not owing to a bad disposition, but that his mother had never checked him. By degrees she disposed of all she possessed–scarcely anything remained but a cow.

The poor woman one day meet Jack with tears in her eyes. Her distress was great, and, for the first time in her life. She had not money enough to purchase even a bit of bread for another day. Nothing now remains to sell but her poor cow. Jack began teasing his mother to let him sell the cow at the next village so much, that she at last consented.

As he was going along he met a butcher, who inquired why he was driving the cow from home. Jack replied he was going to sell it. The butcher held some curiious beans in his hat that were of various colours and attracted Jack’s notice. The butcher asked what was the price of the cow, offering at the same time all the beans in his hat for her.

The bargain was struck instantly, and the cow exchanged for a few paltry beans. Jack made the best of his way home, calling aloud to his mother before he reached the house, thinking to surprise her. When she saw the beans and heard Jack’s account, her patient quite forsook her. She kicked the beans away in a passion–they flew in all directions–some were scattered in the garden. Not having anything to eat, they both went supperless to bed.

Jack awoke very early in the morning, and seeing something uncommon from the window of his bed chamber, ran downstairs into the garden, when hesoon discovered that some of the beans had taken root and sprung up surprisingly. The stalks were of an immense thickness, and had so entwined that they formed a ladder nearly like a chain in appearance.

He began to climb the beanstalk. Up and up he climbed, until he reached the top. Jack saw a path that led to a big castle. The castle had a huge door and Jack pushed with all his strength to open it. Then he went inside.

Jack looked around in wonder. He was in an enormous room. On the floor in front of him he saw a huge pile of silver and gold coins. Then he saw the biggest table he had ever seen. Next to the table there was a huge chair. The table was covered with lots and lots of delicious looking food. Jack felt very hungry.

Jack climbed up onto the chair and onto the table. He started to eat the delicious food. Suddenly, he heard aloud rumbling notice coming from a corner of the room. Jack looked into the dark corner and realized that the noise camee from a sleeping giant. He was snoring loudly. Jack was really scared. Jack quickly jumped down from the table and grabbed some coins from the floor. Then he ran as fast as he could and climbed back down the beanstalk.

The next morning Jack felt brave and climbed up the beanstalk again.<> This time he saw a goose with two golden eggs next to the sleeping giant. Jack tiptoed across the room towards the goose. Suddenly, he tripped and fell onto the floor with a crash. The giant woke up and saw Jack. He was very angry and shouted : Fee, fi, fo, fum I smell the blood of an Englishman, be he alive or be he dead I’ll grind his bones to make my bread.

Jack ran out of the castle he grabbed the goose and then huriied down the beanstalk. He was much faster than the big clumsy giant and quickly reached the ground.

Jack called out, “Help ! Help ! Mother, quick, bring the axe !” On hearing Jack’s cries, his mother came running with the axe. Using all his strength Jack chopped down the beanstalk. Down tumbled the beanstalk and down tumbled the giant. The giant laid dead on the ground.

Jack and his mother were never poor again. They use some of the gold coins to buy another cow. The goose continued to lay golden eggs and they lived happily ever after.

Another Love Story

The Faithful Lovers

The story will be a special story for each of you know the real meaning of love.

There once lived a chief’s daughter who had many relations. All the young men in the village wanted to have her for wife, and were all eager to fill her skin bucket when she went to the brook for water.

There was a young man in the village who was industrious and a good hunter, but he was poor and of a mean family. He loved the maiden. He wished he had married her so when she went for water, he threw his robe over her head while he whispered in her ear.

For a long time the maiden acted as if she hadn’t heard anything, but one day she whispered back that she would have been willing to marry him if he had taken a scalp.

So he made a war party of seven, himself and six other young men. Before they started they sat down to smoke and rest beside a beautiful lake at the foot of a green knoll that rose from its shore. The knoll was covered with green grass and somehow as they looked at it they had a feeling that there was something about it that was mysterious or uncanny. One of the lover’s friend was venture so and full of fun. Four of the young men followed . Having reached the top of the knoll all five began to jump nd stamp about in sport. Suddenly they stop— the knoll had begun to move toward the water. It was a gigantic turtle. The five men cried out in alarm and tried to run— too late ! They cried, but the others could do nothing. In a few moments the waves had closed over them.

The other two mwn, the lover and his frien, went on, but with heavy hearts. After some days, they came to a river. Worn with fatigue the lover threw himself down on the bank.

But his friend told him that he found a fish which he cleaned and asked him to eat together. The lover said that if he ate the fish his friend had to promise to fetch him all the water that he could drink. When they had eaten, the kettle wa rinsed out and the lover’s friend brought it back full of water. This the lover drank at a draught. Again his friend filled the kettle at the river and again the lover drank it dry. He walked to the river, sprang in, and lying down in the water with his head toward land, drank greedily. By and by he called to his friend. The friend came and was amazed to see that the lover was now a fish from his feet to his middle. Sick at heart he ran off a little way and threw himself upon the ground in grief. By and by he returned. The lover was now a fish to his neck.

The friend went home and told the story. There was great mourning over the death of the five young men, and for the lost lover. In the river the great fish remained, its fin just above the surface. Canoes had to be portaged at great labor around the obstruction.

The chief’s daughter mourned for her lover as for a husband, nor would she be comforted . In her mother’s tepees she sat, with her head covered with her robe, silent, working, and working. Whenever her mother asked the maiden didn’t not reply.

The days lengthened into moons until a year had passed. And then maiden arose. In her hands were beautiful articles of clothing, enough for there men. There were three pairs of moccasins, three pairs of leggings, three belts, three shirts, there head dresses with beautiful feathers, and sweet smelling tobaco. One day she had a new canoe made. The next morning into the canoe she stepped and floated slowly down the river toward the great fish. Her mother didn’t lwt her go but she answered nothing. Her canoe came to the place where the great fin arose and stoppe, its prow grating on the monster’s back. The maiden stepped out boldly. One by one she laid her presents on the fish’s back, scattering the feathers and tobaco ovwr his broad spine.

“Oh fish”, she cried, “Oh fish, you who were my lover, I shall not forget you. Because you were lost for love of mke, I shall never marry. All my life I shall remain a widow. Take these presents. And now leave the river, and let the waters run free, so my people may once more descend in their canoes. “She stepped into her canoe and waited. Slowly the great fish sank, his broad fin disappeared, and the waters of the st. Croix (stillwater) were free.

Love Story

Prince and Princess

There once was a prince who wanted to marry a princess, but it had to be real princess. So he went all over the world looking for a real princess. Everywhere he met young ladies who told him they were real princesses, but he could never be completely sure that this was true. There was always something about them that did not seem quit right. And so, after a long time, the prince went back home to his parents and was very sad.

One evening there was a terrible storm. It rained heavily and there was thunder and lightning in the sky above the royal castle. Then there was a knock at the castle gate. The old king went out to see who it could be.

A princess was standing outside the gate. The rain ran down over her hair and clothes and into her shoes. She told the king that she was a real princess, and he asked her to come inside.

“Well”, we’ll soon find out if that is true”, said the old queen. She went into the guest bedroom, took the mattress, and blanket off the bed. Then she put a little green pea on the bed. She put twenty blankets on top of the mattress. This was where the princess was going to spend the night. The next morning the queen asked the princess how she had slept.

“Oh, it was terrible !”, answered the princess. “I didn’t close my eyes all night. I don’t know what was in my bed, but I lay on something hard, and now I am black and blue all over. It was quite terrible night.” Now the king and the queen also the prince could be sure that this was a real princess ! She had a little green pea through twenty mattress and twenty blankets. Only a real princess will be able to do that !

So the prince married the princess, and the pea put in a museum for everyone to see. And unless someone has taken it, it is still there today.

Selasa, 16 September 2008

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