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Presented by UMT, LAHORE students at university campus, Lahore …

Presented by UMT, LAHORE students at university campus, Lahore
Resource person: Ahmad sheikh

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  • 1. LIVE TRANSMISSION GROUP MEMBERS ZAREEN KHAN - 090303003 MUSHAYADA RAUF - 090303016 HURIYAH KHALID BUTT - 090303006 BS-SSBROADCAST JOURNALISM
  • 2. Mass media refers collectively toall media technologies that are intended to reach a large audience via mass communication Types
  • 3. Terms
  • 4. Transmission Process Of Sending, Propagating And Receiving An Analogue Or Digital Information Signal Over A Physical Point-to-point Or Point-to- multipoint Transmission Medium, Either Wired, Optical Fiber Or Wireless. AMERICAN TELECOM & TELEGRAPH (1875) (Alexander Graham Bell, Gardiner Hubbard and Thomas Sanders)•(1892-mid 1900s): Copper wire strung on poles for long distance calls. (1914):Vacuum-tube repeaters: thinner and longer wires•AT&T pioneered satellite communications. On July 10, 1962, NASA launchedAT&T’s Telstar 1, the world’s first active communications satellite. FIRST LIVE TRANMISSION PTV – 26TH NOVEMBER,1964
  • 5. Broadcasting: Types
  • 6. PRESENTATION IN REAL-TIME IN THE PRESENCE OF THE ACTIVE AND LIABLE STAFF LIVE RADIO LIVE TELEVISION• Radio broadcast without any delay. • Television production broadcast in• Before television was introduced, real-time, as events happen, in audiences listened to live dramas, comedies, quiz shows, and concerts on the present. the radio much the same way that they • Morning shows, breaking news, now do on TV. entertainment shows (award• Most talk radio is live radio where people functions or tributes). can speak (anonymously) about their opinions/lives.• Cricket commentary can also be listened on radios live.
  • 7. On going trends LIVE BLOGGING LIVE STREAMINGBlog post which is intended to provide Multimedia that is constantly receiveda rolling textual coverage of an ongoing by and presented to an end-user while being delivered by a streaming provider. event, similar to Live television or live radio. •Delivers live over the Internet, involves: – camera for the media,•Single post – continuously updated – an encoder to digitize the content, – a media publisher, andwith time stamps. – a content delivery network to•Events including sports games, distribute and deliver the content.elections ceremonies, conferences, •A broadband speed of 2.5 Mbps or more isconventions and gatherings, protests recommended for streaming movies.and conflicts natural events and •Podcast and webcast also come under streaming media.disasters are live blogged normally.
  • 8. Live transmission VS Pre-recorded
  • 9. BOTTOM LINE LIVESHOWS/STREAMING/BLOGGING/TRANSMISS ION HAS A BOOMING FUTURE.Blog editor, Matt Wells, contended that live blogs, rather than being the "death of journalism", will actually be the "embodiment of its future”.
  • 10. references

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