JOUR200_radioevolution

JOUR200_radioevolution - Evolution of Radio Content...

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-was short lived -mostly listened by the wealthy, people who were able to afford it hi-brow classical music -influenced the arts --> artists should be paid for songs that are played on the radio -beginning of copyrights! -music on radio caused a decline in record sales BUT in reality, radio created a boom for sales -1923: ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers) -think YouTube: all the music videos that are submitted, etc -but there's also the likelihood that the internet creates an increased demand for particular artists -that would create more demand for music and videos = more $ -in the long run, exposure increases publicity of product (or value) -there's argument about illegally downloaded and shared music detracting from music sales -similar to the internet music -stage theatre -lectures -live shows (high school performances, burlesque, comedy, slap stick, traveling entertainment -entertainment before television: Television concepts came from radio: reality shows, soap operas
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2009 for the course JOUR 200 taught by Professor Step during the Fall '08 term at Maryland.

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