Day 4 Audio Media

Aired widespread public adoption of radio although

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Unformatted text preview: the radio telegraphy which allowed for 1st real- $me transmission Nathan B. Stubblefield also invented around the same $me but gave it to fraudulent company Exploring Radio’s Early Potential It was the department of agriculture that say radio broadcas$ngs poten$al Reginald A. Fessenden Developed con$nuous waves Basis for A M radio Voice Transmission Ernst Alexanderson & Lee de Forest were the first to develop radio capable of broadcas$ng a human voice de Forest supplied the U S Navy with radiotelephones that helped with their around- the- world voyage Radio Before, During, and After WWI Un$l W WI radio was for prac$cal purposes, not for mass comm W WI transmiRers and receivers were restricted from private owners Acer W WI radio restric$ons were liced By 1920 general public had radios first elec$on- night was aired Widespread Public Adoption of Radio Although radios were made available most people did not have one It was the 1921 Dempsey- Carpen$er boxing match that changed this People gathered to listen to match In some cases first $me hearing broadcast Sales of radios increased FM Radio, Edwin Howard Armstrong, & David Sarnoff 1930’s Edwin Howard Armstrong invented the F M Radio First transmission was an organ playing Broadcast both A M and F M, F M was much clearer FM threatened sales of A M radio which R CA (Radio Company of America) invested in RCA tried to gain right...
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