The TDGA Terms & Definition Glossary has become one of the more heavily relied upon publications for Radio, Television Broadcasters from literally every facet of our broadcast business for help in understanding our most unique language.
Whether brand new to broadcasting or a veteran caught up in the rapidly changing technology of the digital world and the Internet, the TDGA Radio-TV Glossary is literally the "go-to” source for any word or phrase unfamiliar to you or your staff.
The Glossary literally changes several times a month and we upgrade it regularly in a PDF (Adobe Reader) format for your access online or to print out an individual page or the complete booklet. It’s currently 92 pages and contains well over a thousand terms and definitions and cross-reference terms used by Commercial and Public Radio and Television Broadcasters. Page 1, the cover page shows the latest revision date, so you’ll know you are accessing a current publication.
It is one publication that’s used in conjunction with Element One of the TDGA Traffic Certification program, so we consider it a most credible document. It’s used by agencies and other broadcast-related organizations as the final source to resolve misunderstandings or a need for an impartial, definitive reference.
We are frequently asked to provide printed copies for classes, new employees or for your stations library of reference materials. We’re happy to print it, at close to cost. It’s $19.95 for members; or $30.00 for non-members. Due to time, and supplies, binders, ink, shipping, etc we realize it may be more cost effective for you to access the copy online or print it out locally.
To access the latest edition, simply click on the PDF icon below to access your current copy of the TDGA Radio-TV Glossary of Broadcast Terms and Definitions.