Chapter Seven - CHAPTER 7 Radio Recording and Popular Music...

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CHAPTER 7 – Radio, Recording, and Popular Music * history (pp.194-95) 1. radio 2. recording 3. WWI: technology, technicians, and politics 4. RCA – government sanctioned monopoly * regulations : 1. Wireless Ship Act of 1910, Radio Act of 1912, 2. Radio Act of 1927 , Communications Act of 1934. * advertising and networks : 1. affiliates – a group of stations (newspaper) 2. radio business fundamentals : B. gov’t regulation based on “public interest” C. stations licensed for local audiences D. entertainment & information E. advertising was basic $ support 3. : – the golden age of radio, Biltmore Agreement (e.g. newspapers vs. radio) 4. WW II – radio and recording 5. radio vs. television 6. radio’s audience declining : pre-teens/teens, online & satellite music, product quality, and hypercommercialization * scope and nature of radio industry
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course JOUR 1000 taught by Professor Morris during the Spring '08 term at Georgia State.

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Chapter Seven - CHAPTER 7 Radio Recording and Popular Music...

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