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Communication Studies
Course Code
CS101
Professor
Natalie Coulter

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CS101 Lecture #4 Week 5 Television in Canada History of Television: -1927 - Philo Fansworth devised a tube “the image dissector” -1947 - First broadcast signal received in Canada -1952 - TV arrived officially in Canada with: CBFT in Montreal CBLT in Toronto Montreal was ahead by 2 days Historically TV grows out of radio: -Companies -Programming -Structure Funding Model: -TV-the audience is the commodity -TV-delivers audiences to advertisers -content based on harnessing the “right” audience -Selling our time -Commodity being sold is us -Television is built around the advertisers TV Impact other Media -Television modified old technologies that struggle to compete with television -Books – If people
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