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    in on how children reacted. How did adults view the show? Did they believe it to be beneficial for children or did they find it troubling to support. Thirdly, I will also explore how the show was received by the public and where it ranked on the charts. When looking at children’s view points of “Gangbusters” one can look at radio historian Jim Harmon’s interpretation of the show. In his book, The Great Radio Heroes, Harmon discusses the excitement…

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    #1 Radio Review: History of Domestic Violence Am giving a “B” to this program. I like it because it discusses a common big problem facing the Country “Gun Violence.” The program called awareness to the correlation between domestic violence and mass shooting and the important of keeping guns away from abusers. I agree with that, of course, it has always been illegal for domestic abusers to possess guns, but the point is that, they could still buy guns from private sellers, which makes it more…

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    Now, people are using technology to communicate with friends or families. Also, a type of technology that is used frequently is the Internet. The Internet allows people to connect with people and can gain facts that are essential for people to live. Nurse uses technology such as the Internet and wireless devices to communicate in their field. Also, it makes nurses life’s easier than tracking down a colleague to know what to do if something terrible happens such as someone falling of the bed.…

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    episodes for the radio show and the television show, newspaper articles, ratings of the show, and writings about “Gangbusters” at that time. My secondary sources include a variety of texts from historians such as Hal Erickson, Robert L. Mott, and Jim Harmon. Many of the historians writing discussed “Gangbusters” as a show that thrilled the masses but had questionable reliability. When looking at the both primary and secondary sources I will explain the growth and success “Gangbusters” had…

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    Throughout history many invention has made an impact for society which later makes an impact for the whole of humanity and later evolved. From Thomas Edison inventing the light bulb to Johann Gutenberg inventing the printing press. However, the invention of radio has caused the most impact for society as it provided society with easier communication and later on entertainment alongside with access to information. Guliemlo Maroni the Italian man who is credited as the inventor of radio. Marconi…

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    Television and the Internet are, in the 21st century, replacing radio. In fact, advances in technology have allowed people to access an increasing amount of information, through different forms. A person wanting to learn about world news can now go on the Internet, read a newspaper, watch television or listen to the radio. The technology behind radio as well as its inventors is the reason why, nowadays, people have an unlimited access to information; it began in 1844, with the invention of the…

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    Early Radio Legislation

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    Once early radio legislation, such as the Radio Act of 1912, determined that radio would be a commercial system, the primary question facing the industry was: how will radio be funded? This was resolved by the introduction of advertising to the airwaves, which set a number of precedents upon which modern media, principally, television and the internet, receive funding create their programming. As expressed by Michele Hilmes in her work Only Connect: A Cultural History of Broadcasting in the…

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    when Marie-Laure was reading outside, a group of boys taunted her and alarmed her with claims that she would be targeted by German soldiers due to her blindness. As a result, “Marie-Laure raises her books as if to shield herself” (pg. 65),, which exemplified her dependence on her books to get her through challenging circumstances. Also, Marie-Laure was reluctant to leave her book when she had to flee Paris with her father. Finally, at the end of the war, when Marie-Laure’s father and uncle were…

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    the telegraph and telephone, which are historically very close compared to others, and the second category includes the following: radio, television, the internet.” (qtd. in “Communication”). Telegraph: In the article, "The Telegraph: Radical Transmission in the 1790s," Mary Fairclough, who is a professor at the Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies and Department of English and Related Literature at the University of York, says “The invention of the telegraph enabled communication at entirely…

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    Tv Vs Radio

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    standard: television and radio. Each of these mediums have certain well-established conventions which work to effectively present the games to their respective audiences. Some of these conventions are shared by both genres, such as yelling to amplify excitement, and describing the game in detail to bring it to life for those watching or listening from home. But, there are many more differences than similarities in these two genres. These differences stem from the fundamental differences between…

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