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    Communication is the way of transmitting information through speaking, written or medium. Health communication through radio is an act of transmitting and exchanging information related health issues to the masses. Radio broadcasting is a best and easy way to give information and reach to audience, and it has a huge listeners more than TV because radio –disseminated have been found more cost-effective, as radio can reach people in their home, work, and cars. The primetime hour of radio is assessable to the audience at any time as it used to broadcast various type of programmes. The use of radio to disseminate health messages is very useful as it can reach wide to the audience and it has a cost-effective. One of the American study have said…

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    The concept of radio broadcasting was still quite new and was mostly dominated by private broadcasters. The private broadcasters used it for publicity and profit. Moreover, the radio was closely monitored by the federal government because they thought that wireless communication needed supervision for security reasons. In addition, and unlike the United States, all Canadian radio owners had to buy a receiving-set license each year. However, later private broadcasters started to suffer from…

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    The first appearance of speech and music on the radio occurred in December 1906 (Gazi, Starkey & Jedrejewski, 2011), since then the radio industry has constantly been redeveloping in an attempt to keep up with new media and improve its ability to be a source of information and entertainment. Digital technologies have provided radio with the tools to radically change the way we produce and consume content in New Zealand’s modern radio industry. This essay will go into detail on the technological…

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    baseball and for the American people, in 1921, radio stations began broadcasting baseball games to the American people who could not be at the ballpark, whether it was a financial matter, if the venue was sold out, or if the people were simply unable to make it in time to see the game. American economic prosperity of the 1920s, along with the growth of materialism, beneficially affected both the radio and Major League Baseball, which beneficially affected each other and the American people.…

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    city of Saint-Malo for his blind daughter. He hid the Sea of Flames, a precious stone, in the model of the city, inside the model of Uncle Etienne’s house. Uncle Etienne owned a broadcast radio from previous uses and once he heard of Germans confiscating radios, he quickly hid his in the attic of his home and didn’t give it up. After some time at Uncle Etiennes house, Marie-Laure’s father is asked to come back to the museum in Paris, but on his way he is arrested and taken prisoner after being…

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    Kosnick was interested in the impact of representation and what having a voice means in contemporary Berlin. In hopes of studying these in detail, she knew she had to change her etic lens and see her subject from another perspective. Striving to observe the differences between different Berlin-broadcasted radio stations, Kosnick began working as a journalist for one of them in the early 90s; the name of this station was Radio Multikulti. Her work experience here instantly brings value and…

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    New technology showed people how to make their lives easier. The introduction of commercial radio changed how people could receive music and news. The radio gave people access to a wide variety of music (Jazz par. 2). Cars were being produced quicker and cheaper by the invention of the assembly line. This made cars affordable for the middle class (Jazz par. 5). Cars, radios, appliances, and telephones became common household items (Jazz par. 4). Another thing that technology changed were movies.…

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    however radio is an important one to be discussed, along with the negative impacts it has brought through the transformations. The transformations include deregulation, privatization and commercialization. It is important to consider how these transformations have then in turn negatively affected the media’s ability to function as a public sphere. The public sphere is a space where individuals can come together and freely voice their opinions about any kind of societal issue (Hope, 2012).…

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    LICA 201: WORK PLACEMENT WHAT IS THE ROLE OF LOCAL RADIO? HOW DOES A LOCAL RADIO SEGMENT THEIR AUDIENCE? INTRODUCTION Until the 1970s the BBC had a legal monopoly on radio broadcasting and Independent Local Radio in the United Kingdom did not exist in any form apart from pirate radio stations. However, that changed with the election of Edward Heath’s government followed by the introduction of commercial radio (Reynolds, 2007). I had the opportunity to work in the local commercial radio station…

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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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