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  • Radio History

    Joe Clark January 21‚ 2002 Mrs. Perkins AP U.S. History The radio has evolved over time. The radio we listen to today has a different format‚ purpose‚ viewer reach‚ and clarity than it did before the 1950s. The radio has survived the threat of the television industry by changing with the times. It has been dealt with in the law through acts and the creation of the government regulating agency (FCC). Today the radio is the cheapest and most affective way to communicate with everyone around the

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  • Radio Advertising

    A PROJECT REPORT ON A STUDY ON EFFECTIVENESS OF ADVERTISEMENT ON RADIO Submitted in the partial fulfilment of the requirement for the award of the degree of MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BY PRIYANKA GARG EKTA RAWAL (07080003912) (ASSISTANT PROFESSOR) GIBS GITARATTAN INTERNATIONAL

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  • What is radio

    Radio has been one of the most important inventions that continues to aide civilization to this day. In scientific terms‚ radio is part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Electromagnetic waves push into space going the speed of light‚ which is 300‚000 kilometers per second. When equipment is attached to an antenna‚ the energy becomes radio waves. Some of the energy can be received by another antenna‚ and using a radio receiver‚ the energy connects the transmitter and receiver. Information that is added

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  • Radio Waves

    research on radio waves‚ to us‚ radio waves were just waves going through the atmosphere‚ carrying sound from one place to another. Those were our ignorant days! We did not realize the complicated terms and theories involved. In the following report you will see how we advanced in our knowledge of radio waves‚ and we hope it will do the same for you. Radio waves are a combination of two kinds of electric vibrations. Audio frequency waves‚ which represent voice and other sounds and radio frequency

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  • Introduction to Radio

    Objectives 1. Define radio in the field of communication in the digital age (convergence‚ niching‚ synergy) 2. Enumerate the aural platforms (terrestrial radio‚ online radio‚ CD’s‚ mobile phone‚ podcasting‚ etc.) 3. Describe the characteristics of radio and related media (portable‚ intimate‚ etc.). 4. Compare radio and related media with other forms of media (consumption and production). PART 1: THE RADIO Basically‚ a radio is an electronic technology that enables communication between

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  • The Radio Pakistan

    The Radio Pakistan Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (PBC) As observed in the case of television‚ the state maintained a position of monopoly in the radio sector until the2002 liberalisation of the media and PEMRA’s emergence as a broadcasting licences-awarding authority. Sincethen‚ there has been a steady growth in FM radio stations across the country. According to figures from 2009‚ there are presently 40 FM radio stations operating in Pakistan. After an initial surge in new radio stations‚

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  • radio broadcasting

    Radio Broadcasting is familiar to everyone. We are all familiar with the simple task of turning on the radio‚ tuning to our favorite station and listening to news‚ traffic reports‚ weather forecasts‚ music and other programs. Radio broadcasting is defined as using radio waves to send transmissions to a large audience‚ who will listen to the transmission through a radio. The definition of radio broadcasting can be expanded by examining radio waves‚ radio transmitters and receivers.

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  • Radio: Then and Now

    Radio: Then & Now Although it’s basic format has remained the same‚ radio decades ago has changed quite a bit compared to modern radio. The first culmination of “Wireless Communication” was primarily for times of War and the safety of seafaring vessels. Soon after‚ society began to use radio as an outlet for news broadcasting. The modern radio we listen to today still shares the same functionality of war communication and news reporting‚ but now it is valued more as a source of music and other

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  • Radio Advertising

    Radio advertising would be impossible without the radio. Radio waves were discovered and studied by Heinrich Hertz in 1867 (Schoenherr‚ 2001). Guglielmo Marconi invented a transmitter in 1894 and formed the first wireless telegraph and signal company in 1897 (Schoenherr‚ 2001). Reginald Fessenden of Canada invented the continuous-wave voice transmitter and sold it to Westinghouse in 1910. Several amateurs began to broadcast information from music to news over the airwaves as soon as crystal radio

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  • Radio Waves

    Radio Waves In the modern society‚ radio is the most widely used medium of broadcasting and electronic communication : it plays a major role in many areas such as public safety‚ industrial manufacturing‚ processing‚ agriculture‚ transportation‚ entertainment‚ national defense‚ space travel‚ overseas communication‚ news reporting and weather forecasting. In radio broadcasts‚ they use the radio waves which can be both microwaves and longer radio waves. These are transmitted in two ways: amplitude

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