TELE study guide 2

TELE study guide 2 - Study Guide for Exam 2 The following...

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1 Study Guide for Exam 2 The following are some of the things you should look at as you prepare for Exam 2, which will be administered on Friday, March 4, 2011. Chapter 4 1. State of radio in comparison to other media. 2. Characteristics of AM radio and FM radio. 3. Characteristics of the various radio formats (know these in great detail). 4. State and characteristics of public radio. 5. Meaning and nature of consolidation in radio. 6. Meaning of the technical terms for the classification of radio audiences (e.g., target audience, etc.). 7. Impact of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 on radio. Chapter 5 8. Profitability of television stations. 9. Characteristics of independent television stations. 10. Characteristics of owned-and-operated television stations (O&Os). 11. Characteristics of low-power television stations (LPTV). 12. Ownership of commercial television stations. 13. Ownership of public television stations. 14. Differences between cable television and broadcast television.
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  • Spring '07
  • L.Benjamin
  • Television network, Cable television, public broadcasting, Commercial broadcasting, Broadcast engineering

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