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    History of radio up to TV.

    The purpose of this research is to trace the history of radio broadcasting in the United States until the advent of television. We will see how the w... more
    9 pages | 9 sources | 6 citations | TURABIAN citation style

  • $28.00
    Technological, economic, advertising, corporate, regulatory aspects.

    Radio an television were both developed as commercial media in the era after World War I. Radio was the first truly mass medium of communication, rea... more
    7 pages | 8 sources | 12 citations | MLA citation style

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    Examines radio's Golden Age, innovations in sound, focusing on comedy of Jack Benny & dramas by writer Norman Corwin.

    Radio in its so-called Golden Age in the 1930s and 1940s developed a means of expression that made use of sound as a tool of communication and that fo... more
    8 pages | 3 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

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    Examines history, responsibilities, financing, competition & strategy of public TV corp.

    THE ROLE OF CBC IN THE CANADIAN BROADCASTING SYSTEM This research examines the role of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in the Canadian bro... more
    7 pages | 9 sources | 19 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    Origins, leadership, major early films, association with MCA, Matsushita & Seagram's, financial performance, future. Outline.

    Outline I. Introduction II. Getting Started A. Universal Studios B. Carl Laemmle C. IMP D. Universal's Image III. The MCA Years A. History of MCA... more
    10 pages | 7 sources | 14 citations | APA citation style

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    Compares & contrasts the 1950s & current police shows. Includes growth of TV as a medium, style of the 2 shows, social climate.

    The 1950s era television series Dragnet and the current 1990s television series NYPD Blue would seem to have little in common aside from both being ab... more
    8 pages | 6 sources | 6 citations | MLA citation style

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    This paper compares and contrasts two news programs on BBC (British Broadcasting System) radio: "PM" on Radio 4 and "Newsbeat" on Radio 1. Concept of multichannel broadcasting. How the BBC news is packaged to suit various listeners.

    BBC Radio The British Broadcasting Corporation BBC is the United Kingdom'smulti-channel broadcaster airing programs over television radio and theInter... more
    10 pages | 3 sources | 3 citations | Other citation style

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    An analysis of the impact that Orson Welles panic radio broadcast of the War of the Worlds had on its audience and on the field of communications. Gives theories for the audience reaction.

    Orson Welles' masterful rendition of his book War of the Worlds overAmerica's airwaves in redefined the sphere of communications Wellesmanipulated the... more
    10 pages | 9 sources | 18 citations | APA citation style

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    media exposure effects study findings. lit results

    Sex and Violence on Television Abstract This research paper presents the topic of sex and violence ontelevision and these media effects on adult femal... more
    5 pages | 10 sources | 10 citations | APA citation style

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    This paper outlines the origin and evolution of the modern television talk show. It covers the three governing principles of talk shows: influential hosts, present-tense dialogue, and socially relevant material. The paper recounts the four eras of television talk and the changes in talk format, including the origination of political talk television.

    How the Television Talk Show Came to Be Arthur Godfrey Johnny Carson Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres allnames with staying power all television talk... more
    5 pages | 2 sources | 18 citations | MLA citation style

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