Review questions Chapter 8

Review questions - Review questions Chapter 8 The Techno-edged 80s According to the authors what were some of the similarities between the 1920s

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Review questions Chapter 8 —The Techno-edged ‘80s According to the authors, what were some of the similarities between the 1920s and the 1980s? How did popular programming of the 1980s reflect a popular view of reality? How did "Nightline" begin? Why did the FCC lift the licenses of three RKO TV stations? Why didn’t the Reagan FCC go after Rev. Jim Bakker and his PTL network? What happened to the "syndex" rule in the 1980s? What were some of the deregulatory actions in early 1981? Radio public service requirements Radio commercial time License renewal application forms Ascertainment requirements Public broadcasting underwriting credits How did Congress rule on the length of license period? How did the FCC rule on "descrambling" satellite signals? In terms of television coverage , how did the assassination attempt of Reagan differ from the assassination of Kennedy? How was Rev. Donald Wildmon reflective of the times? What was the rationale for the anti-trafficking rule and what happened to it?
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course CBR 240 taught by Professor Kittle during the Winter '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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Review questions - Review questions Chapter 8 The Techno-edged 80s According to the authors what were some of the similarities between the 1920s

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