Sarnoff’s Law – a broadcast network’s value is determined by the number of viewers. Established by David Sarnoff. For example: Based off Sarnoff’s Law news network can say their value increased within a year if: last year’s viewers: 5,000 current year’s viewers: 10,000
Metcalfe’s Law Network’s (ethernet) value increases as the size of the network increases Reed’s Law The utility of large networks, in particular social networks, can scale exponentially with the size of a networkLaws related to Sarnoff’s Law
Born February 27, 1891 was a Russian-born American businessman and innovator 54 yr long marriage – 3 sons Died December 12, 1971 of a heart attack Credited with Sarnoff’s lawQuick Bio – David Sarnoff
Front runner of innovation Developed a new vision of radio 1906 – 1919 Marconi Wireless Company 1919 – 1970 Radio corporation America (RCA) Ended career as President 1947 – 1970 Facilitated NBC’s colored broadcast Recipient of many honorary degrees Career
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