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Unformatted text preview: • Watched Frazier, episode Ham-Radio. Aired 1997 o Example of the complexity of radio shows • Success encouraged Westinghouse to expand stations to other cites including Chicago (142) • By 1922, over 550 station were bradcasting, and more that 1.5 million radio sets sold (142) • The creation of broadcasting networks: how it changed America (142), linked American coast to coast • By 1933, there were 605 radio stations nationally, Radio was not threatened by the great depression (143) • 1913, The U.S. Navy’s fight to control radio (143e) • Network rivals: 1928, the Columbia Broadcasting Company (CBS) was formed by William S. Paley (145) • CBS more successful in programming than NBC (145) Sarnoff’s view vs Paley Views...
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- Winter '11
- Westinghouse, William S. Paley, radio station broadcasting, Columbia Broadcasting Company