technology and media lesson 1

technology and media lesson 1 - Audio&VideoTechnology

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Quick Facts o Bandwidth of an FM channel: 200 kilohertz o Bandwidth of a digital television channel: 6  megahertz o First high-definition TV broadcasts:  1998 o Cost of 51” digital HDTV set (1999): $5,000 o Cost of 51” digital HDTV set (2006): $1,699
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Technology, Why is it Important? o Establishes Parameters for Electronic  Media Operations o Directly Affects Economics of  Electronic Media o Justification for Regulation of 
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Basic Principle of Media Technology o Facsimile Technology  - All modes of mass  communication based on this process of  copying
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Basic Principle of Media Technology o Fidelity  - a way to describe how faithfully a  facsimile represents the original n High Fidelity is reproduction that closely  approximates the original signal o Radio waves can be used to transmit  facsimiles of pictures and sounds
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Signal and Noise o Signal - the amount of program 
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