Industrialization of Sight and Sound

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The Industrialization of sight and sound Sunday, October 16, 11
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Outline The Technologies Sound The phonograph Radio Sight Photography Moving Pictures The creation of mass culture Sunday, October 16, 11
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The Phonograph First developed by Edison in 1877 as a dictation machine 1887 Bell takes over and works to produce a mass market playback machine 1887 Emile Berliner develops the fat recording disk 1900 development o± electro±orming process to allow mass reproduction o± records 1902 Recording by Enrico Caruso sells 1 million copies By 1914 phonograph well established as ²rst home electronic entertainment device. Sunday, October 16, 11
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The Phonograph First developed by Edison in 1877 as a dictation machine 1887 Bell takes over and works to produce a mass market playback machine 1887 Emile Berliner develops the fat recording disk 1900 development o± electro±orming process to allow mass reproduction o± records 1902 Recording by Enrico Caruso sells 1 million copies By 1914 phonograph well established as ²rst home electronic entertainment device. Sunday, October 16, 11
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The Radio 1880s James Clerk Maxwell and Heinrich Hertz perform experiments with producing and stabilizing electromagnetic waves 1901 Guglielmo Marconi produces a long distance wireless device. Made use of the Morse telegraph key and Morse code. Designed for ship to shore
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course HIST 202 taught by Professor Garbutt during the Spring '10 term at Toledo.

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