Television Media[1]

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Television Media Omeed Alerasool Julia Akslerud
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History 1936, Berlin Olympics televised by Telefunken and Fernseh, using RCA and  Farnsworth equipment, respectively June 1940, both RCA and Philco televised the Republican convention, held in  Philadelphia World War-II halted nearly all television broadcasting worldwide In the 1950’s people became “eyewitnesses” to events and therefore other  sources of media were placed in lower attendance  Americans were confronted with civil rights, Vietnam war, student protests
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v The Big Three: NBC, CBS, ABC NBC began operations in 1946, followed by CBS and ABC in 1948.  The three networks originally controlled only a few local television  stations, but they swiftly affiliated with other stations to cover the  entire United States by the end of the century. v 1962, with the communications satellite Telstar I, news reports from  around the world could be transmitted directly to a network broadcast  center v By the end of the 20th century and beginning of the 21st, 24 hour news  networks emerged, beginning with CNN then FOXNews and MSNBC.
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