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journalism exam 3 review - Ch. 7 Learning Objectives *Name...

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Ch. 7 Learning Objectives *Name and explain the contributions of Thomas Edison and Emile Berliner to the recording industry. (Pages 211–212) -Thomas Edison= phonograph, envisioned as dictation machine - Emile Berliner= put music on disks rather than cylinders, called machine for playing it the gramaphone- viewed it as entertainment device *Explain the importance of three major scientist-inventors of early radio technology. (Pages 212–213) - Samuel Morse= telegraph, messages sent electrically - Marconi= wireless telegraph - Fesenden= sent voice signals *Explain the significance of the Radio Music Box memo. (Pages 213–214) - David Sarnoff- sumarized what the radio could and eventually would become - invented radio as a social institution *Describe the growth of radio from a channel for interpersonal communication to mass communication. (Pages 212–217) - started out trying to sell as many transmitters as recievers; recievers oversold transmitters and it became that a few broadcasted the same programming to many
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