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  • 1. introduction to radio March 23, 2010
  • 2. introduction to radio March 23, 2010 Radio G R A A I N
  • 3. introduction to radio March 23, 2010 1922 - BBC first start broadcasting 1933 - Radio Luxembourg (one of earliest commercial station to broadcast to Britain) 1939 - Home Service launched (British National radio station) 1964 - Pirate radio started (Radio Caroline - broadcast from a ship) 1967 - launch of Radio 1, 2, 3, 4 1970 - BBC local radio 1973 - Commercial radio stations able to start broadcasting locally 1990 - Broadcasting Act - easier for small local radio stations to get licenses 1992 - establishment of RAJAR - to record listening figures 2002 - establishment of latest stations, e.g. BBC Radio 6 Music Present - More stations are streaming their prorgammes across the internet Future - BBC cuts?
  • 4. introduction to radio March 23, 2010
  • 5. introduction to radio March 23, 2010 Ques%on: Why is radio known as a 'in5mate' medium? Ques%on: Why is radio known as 'secondary consump5on media'? Ques%on: Why is it important that a radio sta5on establish its iden5ty within seconds of listening  to it? Words Sounds Radio (codes) Silence Music
  • 6. introduction to radio March 23, 2010 DAB