Class16Broadcast

Class16Broadcast - Its all good. ! Today: So you want to be...

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! ! It’s all good.
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Today: So you want to be on So you want to be on Television, eh? Television, eh?
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Why?
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Television reaches a mass audience.
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98.5 million Americans watched. And the 2004 Super Bowl was broadcast around the world.
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More than 540,000 people complained to the FCC.
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Why did Janet Jackson’s boobgate cause a stir?
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Technology: The event was recorded immediately recorded immediately and clips were aired on stations around the world for days/ weeks/ years. The Internet The Internet disseminated the images and video.
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Technology: The event was recorded immediately and clips were aired on stations around the world for days/ weeks/ years. The Internet disseminated the images and video. The clip lives forever on YouTube. YouTube.
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When television was first introduced, it was ephemeral ephemeral . It was on air, and then gone. It was on air, and then gone. If you missed it, you missed it forever. If you missed it, you missed it forever.
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In the old days, we might not have even seen the wardrobe malfunction. It happened so fast!
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How is TV different from print? How is TV different from print?
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How is TV different from print? How is TV different from print? Moving images. Sound. TV is a passive activity. Traditional TV was programmed so that TV controlled your viewing habits (whereas, you can grab a print publication anytime).
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Philo Farnsworth Philo Farnsworth transmits moving images in 1927, thus inventing TV. RCA shows off their TV at the 1939 1939 World’s Fair World’s Fair . The first use of cable television cable television arrives in 1949. Satellite
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course JOURNAL 1111 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '08 term at Temple.

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