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    Module 1 Assignments 1. Explain how film, radio, and television helped change America from a community based culture to shared, homogeneous culture. Television altered the way we consumed our free time - people began remaining at home, more willingly than going out to the cinema or other places. Television exposed us to many different cultures on a bigger scale than ever before. Without doubt, the influence of television would prompt marked social change in America, as people began to relate to

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    Radio: Making Waves in America Radio-wave technology is one of the most important technologies used by man. It has forever changed the United States and the world, and will continue to do so in the future. Radio has been a communications medium, a recreational device, and many other things to us. When British physicist James Clerk Maxwell published his theory of electromagnetic waves in 1873, he probably never could have envisioned the sorts of things that would come of such a principle. His theory

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    Radio News Speech Good morning, Sioux City. This is Adam Lewis and you are tuned to KL&R on this delightful March 3rd for all your news so you’ll know what’s going on. This story coming right out of good old Sioux City…. Eleven businesses in a strip mall on Gordon Drive are all wet after a water main burst early Wednesday morning. Water and mud spewed from the break in the main and into businesses at Sioux City's Gordon plaza. "We walked in to open the store," said Beverly Gonzalez, Dollar etc

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    Radio Radio becomes Americas second national mass medium after magazines -     99% of American’s homes have radios -     95% of American’s cars have radios -     40% of Americans listen to the radio between 6 am and midnight -     7% of Americas bathrooms have radios in them Radio: A technological Leap 1835 Samuel F. B. Morse demonstrates his electromagnetic telegraph system March 10, 1876 Alexander Graham Bell sent a message to his associate Thomas Watson with the aid of his new invention, the telephone

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    Invention of the Radio

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    of the most impactful one’s was the invention of the radio . This invention provided society with many things which include entertainment, communication, and easier access to information. Radio is still a central part of the society today but just like any other invention radio has an interesting history of how it progressed through time. Every invention ever known to man had pioneers or people who contributed to the creation of the product. Radio had many pioneers that allowed for its creation and

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    Designing a Radio

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    Designing a Radio For my objective 2 I have to find out an existing product, which is related, to mine, i.e. I have searched over the Internet and catalogue and found 2 similar types of products. These 2 products are small and quite well shaped. In the following I will evaluate these two products to show exactly what functions it has and the type of the components laid out in the circuit board. Product 1 [IMAGE] [IMAGE] This is how one off the products I researched looks from

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    Radio Impact

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    The radio was a phenomenal invention that greatly impacted American society. It was very influential in its effect on society in the matter of everyday living. Between its access used as a measure for war and simple home entertainment it was extremely influential. The radio was an invention that was also used as a means of manipulation on modern society. Broadcasts could be used as a means of terror, some private homes instances of this were perceived from Orson Welles broadcast of “War of the Worlds”

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    Censorship In Radio

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     Censorship in radio For the past several years Freedom of speech in America has had it’s meaning changed many times. Although the changes have gone unnoticed by most Americans, In the radio business they are felt day in and day out. radio personalities, programmers, and owners have to deal with this everyday but they too have no real idea what the Federal Communications Commission’s idea of free speech is. You see the rule seems to change depending on who you are. If you are tagged by the FCC anything

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    Radio

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    Radio I have selected to listen to CBS (101.1) FM and WNYC (820) AM. CBS FM is considered to be a commercial radio station, were as WNYC is a public radio station. These are two entirely different radio stations, which I've selected to listen to for my assignment. In this essay, I will discuss the format of the stations, how they affect me personally, and the use of productions of each station. CBS FM has an old style sound that works well with the program. The sounds are from the fifties,

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    ever had a favorite radio show on a favorite FM radio station, it’s only a memory from days gone by. The age of the FM radio DJ has been a large part of our culture in the past, but is has slowly been coming to an end. Djs were a very important part of the 60s and pirate radio as well as, continuing to do so throughout the 70s and 80s. Now with the availability of internet radios and national radio stations having a digital setlist, DJ’s no longer have the sway over the radio stations that they

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