TELE study guide 3

TELE study guide 3 - Study Guide for Exam 3 The following...

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1 Study Guide for Exam 3 The following are some of the things you should look at as you prepare for Exam 3, which will be administered on Friday, April 8, 2011. Chapter 8 1. Most plentiful radio programming. 2. Methods of radio format evaluation. 3. Ways in which radio stations (commercial and public) get their programs. 4. The format wheel. 5. Most important radio daypart during the week and during the weekend. Chapter 9 6. The first televised events. 7. Where networks and cable networks get their programs. 8. Functions of PBS. 9. Audience flow and various kinds of syndication. 10. How affiliates may deal with network offerings (programs). 11. Technological developments that aided the growth of network news. 12. Specific duties of the various personnel responsible for news and newscasts. 13. Various programing strategies employed by television stations. Chapter 10 14. Scarcity theory and the pervasive presence theory. 15. Number and type of commissioners of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course TELE 3010 taught by Professor L.benjamin during the Spring '07 term at UGA.

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