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RYERSONRTA 210Michael Murphy & Kenn ScottWinter

RTA 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Lee De Forest, W. M. Keck Observatory, Alan Freed

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Part i of the course - quiz #1 review. Reginald fesseden - rst public (radio) broadcast ever - 1906. 1920s radio stations take off and 1930s radio netw
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RYERSONRTA 210Dana LeeWinter

RTA 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Canadian National Railway, Cmc Electronics, Wireless Telegraphy Acts

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Chapter 3 - models of commericial broadcasting: radio. Important early american innovators of commercial broadcasting - sarnoff & westinghouse: 1919 -
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RYERSONRTA 210Dana LeeWinter

RTA 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Valdemar Poulsen, Jack Mullin, Player Piano

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Chapter 2 - the impact of audio technology. Development of early audio tech prior to digital age - the player piano, phonograph* & gramophone: by end o
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RYERSONRTA 210Dana LeeWinter

RTA 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Reginald Fessenden, Rudy Vallée, The Happy Gang

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Variety programming is a mixture of dissimilar entertainment elements, chosen to appeal to the widest possible audience. 1906 canadian born-radio inven
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RYERSONRTA 210Dana LeeWinter

RTA 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Satire Boom, Max Ferguson, Tommy Handley

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A sitcom (short for situation comedy) is a primarily comedic show that features recurring characters in a consistent, well-defined setting. A sit come
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RYERSONRTA 210Dana LeeWinter

RTA 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Local Tv Llc, Cbc News Network, Signal Corps (United States Army)

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In canada, the us and the uk, it was world war ii that made new an inescapable part of radio"s daily diet. The war created a demand for news, a relianc
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RYERSONRTA 210Dana LeeWinter

RTA 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Canadian Radio League, Cnr Radio, Graham Spry

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Public broadcasting is broadcasting created in the public interest as defined by an act of parliament or another governmental jurisdiction. Public broa
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RYERSONRTA 210Dana LeeWinter

RTA 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7,13: Cathode Ray Tube, Giovanni Caselli, David Sarnoff

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The concept of the television was developed by dozens of scientists working in different countries in different decades, and sometimes without knowledg
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RYERSONRTA 210Dana LeeWinter

RTA 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.10: Ernie Kovacs, Jack Paar, Joe Shuster

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Chapter 9 peppy and cheap": talk shows, quiz shoes and children"s programming. Television programs are driven by commercial considerations and are very
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