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RTV 3007 History Lesson 3 rev

RTV 3007 History Lesson 3 rev - Broadcasting...

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Broadcasting Frank Conrad and KDKA
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Broadcasting n KDKA - Frank Conrad, a Westinghouse  engineer, began experimental broadcasts  in Pittsburgh. n Westinghouse, RCA, GE and AT&T  started experimental stations.
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Broadcasting n At the beginning of 1922, there  were 28 stations actively broad- casting. n At the end of 1922, there  were 570. n Interference became a  major headache.
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Broadcasting n Between 1920 and 1927 radio  grew from a fad to a major  industry n Commercial advertising was  started on WEAF in 1923,  soon other stations followed
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Broadcasting The Rapid Growth of Radio  Broadcasting n Why Operate a Station? n Why Buy a Radio Receiver?
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Broadcasting Getting Programs: Networks Early Ad Hoc Networks WEAF-WMAF--The Rise of the  Telephone Group The Radio Group--Technically  Challenged
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Broadcasting How to Pay the Bills?
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