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    choice for president again. Knowing the American people trusted Cronkite, Johnson dropped out of the race knowing he could no longer win and also ended the bombardment on Vietnam (Austin Ranney). The one newsman had an influence on not only the general public, but the president himself. Before television this could have never…

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    use the integration of theatrical tradition of legitimate theater and society’s interest in vaudeville to tame and redefine the elements of theater, while simultaneously eradicating the audience’s fear opening the home up to unwanted elements of the public sphere. Legitimate theater “promised genteel respectability with polite, quiet audience who sat in sublime contemplation of the story” while vaudeville “presented itself as a respectable family entertainment,” but through “zany antic of…

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    During the two days I unplugged myself from technology was very interesting. I had already known I use my cellphone and internet more than other technology. I do love watching movies but on an average I only watch maybe once a week. I love playing video games but I have to be in the mood. I always find myself on my cellphone connecting to the internet to check the site very often at multiple hours of the day. Instead of wasting hours on the internet looking for new stories because I already read…

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    We should participate in shut off your screen week because it will help your health,I know I wouldn't want to do that I would rather be outside that's why I want shut your screen off week.When you shut your screen off it helps your health.Also it helps your health and helps with not being distracted. Helps your health.People get addicted to technology.That does not help your health because your always on your electronics and not learning a lot of new stuff.Also it can really gets you off…

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    Lying To Me Analysis

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    Phil873 | Tuesday, 06th October 2015, 9:49 am | I hardly ever watch TV until there is a good movie because I hate this 15 minutes advertisement after every 30 minutes. Therefore, I decided to go for radio and internet. To be honest I am only listening to the radio when eating my breakfast or lunch. But once I hear something strange, I cannot believe, I start my laptop and google the thing to be sure that the media did not lied to me. There are many ways how the media manipulates us and I…

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    Radio In The Locker Room

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    from Radio’s mother. The coach also finds out that Radio’s real name is James Robert Kennedy. Radio ends up not being allowed to get on the bus with the football team to travel to the game. The last football game for the season, Radio gets to keep the game ball. Frank (coach’s “friend”) calls Radio a distraction on the sidelines during a football game and it offends the coach. The school board assumes Radio is a distraction in a classroom setting and the school board manager says it is not good…

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    When the phonograph first became popular in America, people were finally able to have music at home and other places without it having to be performed live. With "records", people were also able to listen to different types of music. Before the phonograph, people only heard music that was popular or played in their own areas. The spectrum of influence that musicians had became significantly larger once their music could be produced and sent to different areas. Because of the rate technology…

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    this hypothesis, we found that our calculations were wrong and we tested this by using the electromagnetic spectrum: radio wave, microwave, radiation, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, X-rays and gamma rays. We went outside and made a simulation by walking and each group was one of the spectrums and we looked at how many more laps one group did than the other and we found that radio waves have the lowest frequency and gamma rays have the highest. Materials: we used human bodies, a parking…

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    especially for journalists all over the country. “It was Walter Cronkite who brought the revelations and latest details of the scandal to the national television audience” (CBS). Cronkite’s nightly views had skyrocketed as he gave information to the public while this trial was developing. He was there every night; he gave the people what they wanted and what they needed to know about their alleged corrupt President. Cronkite was known for his accuracy during his time on CBS and he “gave…

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    situations involving multiple radio users talking radio-to-radio through the same transmit while receiving radio frequency in the conventional form. Communications in this situation are firmly bound by the air boundary such that the same frequency is needed and the consequent transmissions are analog to analog or digital to digital but not digital to analog. Level Three is categorically referred to as Manual Aid. Channels under mutual aid provide first responder operability radios as well as…

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