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FDM 3352 History of Radio and Television Prof. James Kendrick Fall 2008 Test #1 Review Progressive Era (1890–1920) Social effects of immigration Progressive Movement and media/communication Women’s Suffrage Movement and media/communication Committee on Public Information Rise of popular media—newspapers, magazines, advertising agencies, music, vaudeville, film, sports Social implications of “mass culture” and “mass communication” High culture vs. low culture Major communication inventions— telegraph, telephone Guglielmo Marconi Radio waves Electromagnetic spectrum Reginald Fessenden Lee De Forest and the Audion tube Edwin Howard Armstrong Ernst Alexanderson Wireless communication and shipping Radio Act of 1912 Radio amateurs and “Citizens’ Radio” Crystal sets Hugo Gernsback and the Radio League of America Hiram Percy Maxim and the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) The Jazz Era (1920s) Questions about radio ownership and control Radio Corporation of America (RCA) Role of U.S. government in creating RCA
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