8. Chapter 8 Reading Guide

8. Chapter 8 Reading Guide - Edwin Armstrong and FM Rise of...

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Chapter 8 Reading Guide Radio development Heinrich Hertz and radio waves Electromagnetic spectrum Guglielmo Marconi and wireless telegraphy Reginald Fessenden ʼ s and wireless telephony (wireless voice transmission) Lee De Forest and the vacuum tube David Sarnoff and RCA First broadcaster: Frank Conrad Toll broadcasting Radio networks Broadcast network Network af±liate NBC ʼ s Red and Blue networks CBS and William Paley Mutual Radio ABC Legal aspects Radio Act of 1912 Radio Act of 1927 Public interest, convenience and necessity Communications Act of 1934 FCC Telecommunications Act (page 229) How many stations can a group own Call letters Which start with W and which with K 20th century radio developments
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Unformatted text preview: Edwin Armstrong and FM Rise of FM radio Golden Age of Radio When was it What type of programming Transistors and portable radios Top 40 format 21st century radio Digital radio Webcasting HD radio Radio business Dayparts Format clock Sampling Turnkey networks Public radio and NPR On-air talent Program director Terms: AM (amplitude modulation) Audion Call letters Digital radio FCC (Federal Communications Commission) Format Format clock FM (frequency modulation) Morse code Network Payola Pirate radio stations Sampling Shock jocks Toll broadcasting Top 40...
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