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Who could control radio waves Radio act of 1927 all ships with more than 50 passenger had wireless operators to reach shore in case of accident Because of the Titanic Spectrum confusion—people weren’t on same frequency, trouble using radio waves 1927 congress passed radio act Whatever came across radio waves should be in public’s interest FCC regulatory body over radio (1934) Telecommunications Act expanded ownership own no more than 20 AM, 20 FM, 12 TV stations in a geographic region Advertising was driving force for creating national radio networks as opposed to local radio networks Radio allowed live broadcasts from war, relay fear and uncertainty Golden Age of Radio 20s, 30s, and 40s. TV came out in 50s TV showed pictures, radio couldn’t National advertisers loved TV Radio lost revenue and audience Forced to change content Commercialize on white teens rebellious attitude TV was ignoring this audience Elvis, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis British Invasion with Beetles and Rolling Stones
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