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Unformatted text preview: Slide 1 S OUND /R ADIO Slide 2 T O GET US IN THE MOOD Slide 3 R ADIO F ACTS 77% of adults are reached by broadcast radio on a daily basis for an average of 122 minutes Almost 80% of 18-34-year-olds listen to radio every day for an average of 104 minutes 90% of consumers listen to some form of audio media per day Slide 4 R ADIO U SE 1934 20 million American homes owned radio sets (65%) 1942 30 million American homes owned radio sets (84%) 1950 - 40 million American homes owned radio sets (94%) Today 99.9% of American households own radio sets with an average of 6.6 sets per house Slide 5 Slide 6 HISTORY OF RADIO Samuel F. Morse invented the Telegraph First official message on May 24, 1844 What hath God wrought? http://www.qbit.it/lab/morse.php?text=hi+there &midi=1 Slide 7 R ECORDING H ISTORY 1877 Thomas Edison built the first phonograph Used a hand cranked tinfoil cylinder Mary Had a Little Lamb Slide 8 R ECORDING H ISTORY 1887 - Emile Berliner invented a flat disc system called the gramophone Invented an economical way (stamping) to duplicate the discs Slide 9 RECORDING HISTORY Eldridge Johnson made continual improvements to Berliners gramophone/ phonograph 1902 - Recorded Enrico Caruso in Milan, Italy Slide 10 J OHNNIE GET YOUR GUN, GET YOUR GUN, GET YOUR GUN, TAKE IT ON THE RUN, ON THE RUN, ON THE RUN, HEAR THEM CALLING YOU AND ME, EVERY SON OF LIBERTY. HURRY RIGHT AWAY, NO DELAY, GO TODAY, MAKE YOUR DADDY GLAD TO HAVE HAD SUCH A LAD, TELL YOUR SWEETHEART NOT TO PINE, TO BE PROUD HER BOY'S IN LINE. CHORUS OVER THERE OVER THERE SEND THE WORD, SEND THE WORD OVER THERE THAT THE BOYS ARE COMING, THE BOYS ARE COMING, THE DRUMS RUM-TUMMING EVERYWHERE SO PREPARE SAY A PRAYER SEND THE WORD, SEND THE WORD TO BEWARE WE'LL BE OVER, WE'RE COMING OVER, AND WE WON'T COME BACK TILL IT'S OVER OVER THERE! Over There by Enrico Caruso Slide 11 HISTORY OF RADIO Heinrich Hertz experimented with radio waves in 1888 Guglielmo Marconi invented wireless communication in 1894 Reginald Fessenden adds voice communication to a wireless transmission Slide 12...
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Audio media - Slide 1 S OUND /R ADIO Slide 2 T O GET US IN...

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