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  • Tv Is Evil

    excluded adults from their benefits, nonetheless. Channels such as the History Channel and the Discovery Channel have included adults into the educationally beneficial category where children find themselves, i.e., educational programs benefit both children and adults. Since scholarly studies have provided unique benefits of watching educational programs through television, watching television in moderation by viewing educational programs is helpful and good. If Jazzy and Gigi need an intellectual enhancement, Springen should seriously consider moderately showing educational channels to her daughters. Spiritual-enhancing showings have encouraged people’s spiritual walks. Channels like Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), Daystar Television, and Hope Channel, are fully devoted into broadcasting spiritual programs that are supposed to improve the viewers’ spirituality. While the viewers watch spiritual programs, they are imbibing spiritual truths in which, if the viewer applies the spiritual truths, the spiritual truths, which the program streams, would improve the lives of the viewers. Returning to Figure 1, because of the involvement of the media and of directors in spiritual programs, does this mean that despite the productivity of these programs are evident spiritual programs are evil? No, though media and directors are involved, spiritual programs are good. Therefore, since spiritual-enhancing programs, which channels like TBN and Daystar exclusively broadcast, have helped…

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  • Impact Of Technology Revolution In Communication

    1906 the first radio broadcast was made in the U.S. (“Communication”). To illustrate, “By 1920 several radio stations began transmitting, and in 1926 the first radio network, the National Broadcasting Co., was formed.” (qtd. in “Communication”). The Invention of the radio made a significant change in people’s life. To show, “By the 1930s, radio entered the almost all homes in the United States. Families began to gather around a radio, and they were listening to news and their favorites radio…

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  • The Importance Of The Media

    undermining of American patriotism and trust in the government. Then a few years after the end of the war, the Pentagon Papers were released as well as reportings on the Watergate scandal; more oil was added to the raging flame of distrust that burned in the hearts and minds of the people. It was an epiphany. They realized the power and influence media had over the people. They realized the amount of backlash one can get from being under a negative spotlight. They wanted that power under their…

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  • Essay On Indecency

    Indecency seems to be the biggest category for debate in the field of broadcasting. What is defined as indecency? The FCC has defined broadcast indecency as "language or material that, in context, depicts or describes, in terms patently offensive as measured by contemporary community standards for the broadcast medium, sexual or excretory organs or activities” (). This definition can be interpreted in many ways. This is why there is so much controversy over what is labeled as indecent and what…

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  • College Radio Experience

    When I entered college as a broadcasting major at Montclair State University in NJ I wandered into my school’s college radio station as a freshman with one goal in mind: To have my own radio show and do whatever it takes in order to get it. Fast forward 4 and a half years and I am 6 months into my first full time job as an Associate Producer in my dream career field of broadcasting and I can 't help but reflect back on how much my college radio experience has helped me in my first taste of the…

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  • Media Influence In Today's Pop Culture

    Sports. Sex. Screen. My dad names these “three S’s” as the most common factors of distraction for mankind, and says that they tend to make people forget about the more significant things in life. Most specifically, today’s pop culture has made screen or television broadcasting so popular that most people cannot imagine living in a world where such things do not exist. As a matter of fact, media has not only become an accessible tool, but a habit and ritual in most peoples’ lives. In the midst of…

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  • Rating: A Qualitative Analysis Of Radio Listening

    This new service, known as CAB (Co-operative Analysis of Broadcasting began in 1930 calling their listeners four different times of the day with the expectation of their respondents to recall their last three to six hours of radio listening. Although this achieved an audience estimate for all national network programmes, CAB could not attempt a telephone recall survey on their listeners who did not have a telephone, forcing CAB to modify its sampling measures to incorporate the low-income…

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  • Comparison Of Two Radio Concerts

    While the two radio stations have different genres and target audiences, there are similarities between them. For the hour of audio analysed from each radio station, the same time, midday to 1pm was sampled. Format wise both stations were similar, starting the hour off with a song, contrary to the norm, which is newsbreaks and/or weather report. The similarities in the formats continue, as after the song at the beginning hour, there is a voice breaks from the announcer, followed by a block of…

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  • What Is The Role Of The Radio In The 1920's

    Tuning Into the Radio The radio is an electronic device that has entertained millions of people since the first official broadcast in the 1920’s. The radio has affected many people in positive ways since then. It has had nine decades to advance into what we know as the radio today. People have enjoyed listening to artist, musicians, comedians, and sports entertainment for decades. The use of the radio has evolved from the 1920’s to modern day through communication, design and Technology.…

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  • Media Industry In China Case Study

    1. INTRODUCTION China 's media industry has a great opportunity for development. According to the data released by SARFT (The State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television), the population coverage rate of Chinese television programmes is about 98.42%. China has more than 1900 television channels overall and the audience ratings suggest that users watch television for more than three hours per day. Therefore, China 's television industry and Chinese audiences are closely interrelated.…

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