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Radio broadcasting history

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  • 1. Radio Broadcasting History
  • 2. Birth of Radio – 1900-1910
  • 3. Safety of ships.
    Invention of Radio
  • 4. Lade Forest
    Reginald Fessenden.
    Wireless Telephone.
    From Wireless Telegraph to wireless Telephone
  • 5. Fessenden plays Violin
    Sing a Song
    Read a Bible verse
    Wireless telephone
    The first broadcast 1905
  • 6. He equipped ships with wireless telephone and are Transmitter.
    Entertain ships crew by phonograph reload on shores.
    Lade Forest 1907
  • 7. Wireless Training school.
    Charles Harold 1910
  • 8. EXPERIMENTATION: 1910-1920
  • 9. Music and shows.
    Charles Harold 1912-1917
  • 10. Radio station forced to shut down
    Use of Radio Technology.
    Blessing in disguise.
    World War I
  • 11. At end of War he started Broadcasting music, News and much more.
    No place for entertainment.
    Le de Forest
  • 12. He was allowed to continue his work during war.
    Frank Conrad.
  • 13. Radio Arrives
  • 14. Get paid for services.
    KDKA goes on Broadcast the election result
    New Era of peace and prosperity.
    Licensed Radio Broadcasting
  • 15. Hundreds of stations.
    Radio Corporation of America RCA
    General Electric and Wasting house allowed making receivers.
    Transmitter – Western Electric ATST- Tell Broadcasting
    Broadcasting Decade.
  • 16. Crystal sets.
    Radio shape and technology changed.
    Technology
  • 17. First and accepted by WEAF.
    No check on ads.
    Advertising
  • 18. ATST was dominate
    NBC and CBS formed.
    Networks
  • 19. Unwanted frequencies
    Federal Radio Communication FRC is formed.
    Regulation
  • 20. Radio Matures. 1930-1940
  • 21. Decade of Chaos.
    Roosevelt and Radio.
    Radio as a big Business
  • 22. Entertainment
    Programming.
    Big Shows
  • 23. Supremacy of sponsors.
    The Decade of Sponsors
  • 24. To Regulate
    FCC
  • 25. Newspaper takes Radio as a thread.
    Press Radio War
  • 26. Musician refuses to perform on Radio.
    News agreements.
    Radio Musician War
  • 27. Dynamic and clear voices.
    Extinction of receivers.
    Delay of FM.
    Edwin Armstrong Invents FM
  • 28. Radio Journalists
    Important sources of News
    War in Europe
  • 29. Wound Heeler
    Radio Arrives 1940 -1950
  • 30. American in World War II
    Radio Industry converts
    War Machinery
  • 31. Radio was a luxury
    Post War Affluence
  • 32. 1948- 1950 Growth of TV.
    Same sponsors and Networks
    Transmission was limited.
    Television Arrives