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    Howard Stern

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    Goodbye Good Programming When one thinks of original, successful radio shows in the U.S., one show definitely comes to mind, Howard Stern. The Howard Stern morning radio show has been the most successful radio show on the radio for some time now. Howard Stern created a show unlike any other; it is a morning radio show that has it all. The show has interviews with famous people, listeners can call in to the show with there opinions, current news, and most notably its sexual content and controversial

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    Orsen Welles, who was 23 at the time, creates mass hysteria over the eastern coast during a radio broadcast on his Mercury Theater of the Air. Despite the disclaimer at the end of the broadcast over a million listeners panicked and fled into the streets. Some headlines include; -Many flee homes to escape gas raids from Mars. -Confusion caused by radio dramatization "War of the Worlds" was evidence radio needs "control by the Government". Senator Herring. The Senator then prepared a bill that

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    The Radio Effect

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    an out of the box radio play that changed the world of mass communication forever and allowed the entire nation to see power of imagination and the unique power of radio over its audience. The creators of this nationwide hysteria were Orson Welles and the Mercury group. Orson Welles was a famous American actor, producer, director and radio broadcaster. In an effort to increase the shows audience, Orson Wells catered the idea of a Halloween public scare. The War of the Worlds radio play was a dramatization

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    The First Amendment

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    persuasiveness of the medium. Because radio and TV come into the house, and may be heard or seen by unsupervised children, the government feels a special responsibility to protect the American people. As Herbert Hoover said to, "doublegaurd them." This is the main reason why the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) independent agency of the United States government was created in 1934. The function of the commission is to regulate interstate and foreign radio, television, wire, and cable communications

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    Implementing Radio in Somalia Implementation of radio technology in helping underdeveloped countries is a cheap and effective solution in spreading education, health information, and news about local and foreign affairs. Radio can reach the most people (approximately an area of a 20 km radius) with the least amount of money, energy and effort. In comparison to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Internet connectivity, radio management is easily teachable and requires less

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    Popular Culture

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    MacDonald, we saw how radio was programmed in American Life from 1920 to 1960. Fred MacDonald's professional affiliation is MacDonald & Associates which is a Chicago-based historical film archive, and is the largest stock footage house in the U.S. and completely privately-owned. MacDonald's book is a fascinating, rich account of the radio world for forty years and focuses on the story of America's great love affair with radio broadcasting. For many Americans in the 20th century, radio was an amazing invention

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    Birth of the BBC

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    the BBC In 1920 the first true radio station (KDKA) began regular broadcasting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Within two years the number of stations in America reached into the hundreds, concerts were being broadcast regularly in Europe from The Hague, and in Britain, Marconi stations broadcast from Chelmsford, Essex, and then London. It was in Britain that fears over the "chaos of the ether" led to the Post Office and leading radio manufacturers setting up the British

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    as the broadcast. Broadcasting is by far the most important source of information (Article19, 2002). According to Curtis (2011), broadcasting is the practice of creating audio and video program content and distributing it to the mass audiences of radio, television and Internet media. To broadcast is to send entertainment and information via one-way electronic media to the general public. Broadcasts usually are intended for recreation, enlightenment, education, experimentation or emergency messaging”

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    The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, branded as CBC/Radio-Canada, is a Canadian Crown Corporation that serves as the national public radio and television broadcaster. Already operating both radio (AM and FM) and television networks in French and English, CBC additionally; provides programming in Native languages, running a multilingual shortwave service for listeners overseas; and provides closed-captioning for the deaf, as well. First established in its present form on November 2nd, in 1936, CBC

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    Radio Stations and the Public Good For my final project on public interest I chose to view the public inspection files of the local radio station. I have been working at radio stations all of my life and had never seen or heard of a public inspection file until this class. In order to prepare the station for my arrival I called in advance to make an appointment. The receptionist answered the phone and I told her that I needed to see the files, this created a great deal of suspicion and I was directed

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