Radio Essay Examples

  • George Carlin

    2513 words - 11 pages

    How George Carlin's "Filthy Words" Gave the Government the Power to Regulate What We Hear on the Radio The FCC v. Pacifica Foundation: GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS ON RADIO BROADCASTING In 1978 a radio station owned by Pacifica Foundation Broadcasting out of New York City was doing a program on contemporary attitudes toward the use of language. This broadcast occurred on a mid-afternoon weekday. Immediately before the broadcast the station announced a disclaimer telling listeners that the program would include "sensitive language which might be regarded as offens

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    A Street Car Named Desire

    709 words - 3 pages

    In the Street Car Named Desire, by Tennessee Williams, Stanley Kowalski displays his brutality in many ways. This classical play is about Blanche Dubois?s visit to Elysian Fields and her encounters with her sister?s brutal and arrogant husband, Stanley Kowalski, and the reveling truth of why Blanche really came. Stanley Kowalski is a very brutal and barbaric person who always has to feel that no one is better than him. His brutish and ferocious actions during the play leave the reader with a bad taste in their mouths. Stanley?s brutality is shown in several places during th

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    Street Car Named Desire Brutality

    695 words - 3 pages

    In the Street Car Named Desire, by Tennessee Williams, Stanley Kowalski displays his brutality in many ways. This classical play is about Blanche Dubois?s visit to Elysian Fields and her encounters with her sister?s brutal and arrogant husband, Stanley Kowalski, and the reveling truth of why Blanche really came. Stanley Kowalski is a very brutal and barbaric person who always has to feel that no one is better than him. His brutish and ferocious actions during the play leave the reader with a bad taste in their mouths. Stanley?s brutality is shown in several places during the dur

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    Morse Code

    566 words - 3 pages

    The Alphabet is: A .- B -... C -.-. D -.. E . F ..-. G --. H .... I .. J .--- K -.- L .-.. M -- N -. O --- P .--. Q --.- R .-. S ... T - U ..- V ...- W .-- X -..- Y -.-- Z --.. 1 .---- 2 ..--- 3 ...-- 4 ....- 5 ..... 6 -.... 7 --... 8 ---.. 9 ----. 0 ----- There you have it! There are also puncuation marks but not included here. I History, the morse code was first transmitted from one point to another in 1844. It was developed by just looking at the printing press collection of letters and by counting each letter, a pattern was found where the letters E, T, I, A, N, R, M are the mos

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    Market Research On Radio Listening

    2564 words - 11 pages

    Introduction Music is a general love of almost every college student. Many develop their personalities, profiles, and various other tastes based on their listening choices. In general, many college students acquire the same spectrum of listening values. If a radio station, one that wishes to target the college student population, can discover the musical preferences of the general population of students, they will be able to grow within the specific market. Since the target market is of a personality of the student, generally a crowd that has the same likes and disli

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    Government Regulation Of Radio

    2562 words - 11 pages

    In 1978 a radio station owned by Pacifica Foundation Broadcasting out of New York City was doing a program on contemporary attitudes toward the use of language. This broadcast occurred on a mid-afternoon weekday. Immediately before the broadcast the station announced a disclaimer telling listeners that the program would include "sensitive language which might be regarded as offensive to some."(Gunther, 1991) As a part of the program the station decided to air a 12 minute monologue called "Filthy Words" by comedian George

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    Censorship

    1232 words - 5 pages

    Censorship in the United States has grown immensely throughout the twentieth century. The government and the FCC have begun to take control over radio and television broadcasts. This increase in censorship has commenced to deprive people of the first amendment and something must be done. Censorship should be lessened and people should be able to exercise Freedom of Speech. Censorship is making terrestrial radio monotonous and it is driving many national figures to satellite radio for freedom. Howard Stern is just one of the major people who have left regular radio for satellite radio. Cen

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    Women Studies

    544 words - 3 pages

    Takes Two to have a Family In the book “Get to Work” by Linda Hirshman, a philosopher and law professor, discusses how women choose to become full or part time house wife’s while most men never think about become a stay at home dad. Women put there careers and dreams aside to mother their babies as men only support there decisions, but follow no action to help. That’s where the book talks about “choice feminism” where people “tell women that their choices, everyone’s choices, the incredibly constrained ‘choices’ they made, are good choices” (1-2), while Hirshman argues that the feminism fai

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    Radio Isnt What It Used To Be

    873 words - 4 pages

    Why the Radio isn’t what it used to be Imagine yourself driving down the road and you turn on the radio but to your dismay all that’s on are commercials. Let’s say it’s about 8 in the morning and you’re driving to work and turn on the radio and on every channel there’s some guy laughing excessively hard over stupid jokes. Have you ever wondered why when all you want is to listen to the radio but sometimes it’s nearly impossible to listen to music right away? It’s called corporate radio. If you take a look at the radio from a marketing professional point of view, it’s pretty easy to figure o

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    Cultural Globalization

    667 words - 3 pages

    Cultural Globalization Globalization consists of a powerful world influence that reshapes our economic, social, and political conditions on a global scale. There has been a rapidly growing impact of the integration of cross-cultural borrowing within the world system. This has affected local societies by providing goods, fueling production, and introducing new ideas to their cultural systems. As technology and communication continue to improve, barriers between nations disappear, exposing the general population to new cultures and ideas. These economic, social, and political ideas are being

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    A Lesson Before Dying

    757 words - 4 pages

    A Lesson Before Dying After watching A Lesson Before Dying I have gained a new perspective on life. At the beginning of the movie Jefferson was on his way to fish when two of his friends saw him. They talked him into going with them to get liquor. When Jefferson’s friends convinced him to come along I made the connection that his friends represented the devil. For example, Jefferson at first told them no, but he eventually went with them. I believe that the devil will convince you into doing something that you do not want to do. The only way that Jefferson could have overcome the presence

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    Radio Program Director

    852 words - 4 pages

    The Program Director Millions of people tune-in to their favorite radio stations everyday and are entertained, informed, and kept in good company as they go about their daily routines. Radio is powerful medium that has been around since the early 1920's and has proven its ability to prosper and maintain it's position as a viable part of our society. But the task has not been easy. In fact, radio stations in all markets are constantly battling, not only with each other, but also with new technologies and outlets that threaten its very existence. So in reaction to an ever-changing market

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    That 70 S Show Film Techniques

    433 words - 2 pages

    Have you ever been hit on by someone of the same sex? Well, in the episode “Eric’s Buddy” of That 70’s Show, Eric Foreman starts to hang out with his new chemistry partner, Buddy. Buddy and Eric become really good friends and Eric original friends can’t stand it. Everything was going good with his new found friend because Buddy is rich and buys Eric stuff, until one day when Buddy puts a move on Eric because Buddy thought that Eric was gay, and Eric doesn’t know what to do. There is a good message in this episode, a lot of stereotypes, and there were some connections between the creator an

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    Arts And Music

    690 words - 3 pages

    When watching the television show “Gilligan’s Island” there are some features that are reminiscent of the Greek and Roman theatre. For example, the opening credits on “Gilligan’s Island” explain the story of what events took place before the action of the show starts to kind of catch the audience up to speed and give them a little background to help them understand what the situation is when the episode begins. This is similar to the role that the Greek chorus played. They served, partly, as narrators to explain the action and background behind the play to help the audience understand what the

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    Comparing Mice Of Men

    314 words - 2 pages

    Mice And Men (Radio) The two characters, Lennie and Radio are both alike and different for plenty of reasons. Their stories take place in two different seasons. And in an attempt to make this paper less dull, I will try to rhyme in every line. I will still have all the requirements, do not be frightened. This paper is sure to do nothing but enlighten. We will start with Lennie, the bigger and stronger one, whom we all think did not have as much fun. He likes fuzzy things and his skin color is white. His friend George is somewhat up-tight. Unlike Radio’s story where all is well and c

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    Graduation Speech

    321 words - 2 pages

    Hanover – Horton Graduation Speech Congratulations to everyone!! Graduating from Hanover – Horton is a prestigious and honorable accolade. This school stands for honor and I hope we have truly learned what that means, and what it will do for us for the rest of our lives. The leaders here have an enviable worldwide reputation as respected academics and teachers. I thank them for making that high standard possible for all of us. The whole 4 year journey has been about aiming for high standards but in an honorable way. I truly admire the personal and professional way I have been treated. W

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    Trends In Information And Communication Technologies

    590 words - 3 pages

    Trends in Information and communication technologies Communication is critical to maintenance of power in terms of commerce, military and politics over distance over the time. According to Thussu (2002), due to the growth of international trade and demand of international communications (IC), the information and communication technologies (ICTs) are enforced to develop not only by government but also by non-political people. Generally, ICTs include telegraph, radio, television and internet. In this essay, the trends and issues in terms of radio, television and internet will be discussed in de

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    Michael Johnson

    618 words - 3 pages

    Golden Boy I can feel my heart beating faster than ever, but this time it is not beating from nervousness, but now from excitement. I have come way too far to lose now. I know I can defeat all these other runners. They worked hard, but I worked harder. I can feel the blood pumping through my body and the feeling of greatness flowing through me. The announcer yells into the microphone. “Runners on your marks get set go!” I kicked off and then all the people and all the noise became a blur. On every step my feet would explode with energy and propel me forward faster than anyone else. The a

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    The Radio Industry And The Recording Industry

    1489 words - 6 pages

    In a society where radio is dominated by hit of the moment records and staple pop phenomena’s- people may overlook what is actually getting played. People assume that a label sends a single to a radio station, the programmers listen to it, love and it’s the next big hit. In reality, getting airplay in today’s tight market is a near impossibility without promotion- and in some cases that promotion can be deemed unethical and possibly illegal. Payola or the act of paying a radio station in exchange for airplay has been a heated controversy since the middle of the 1950’s. The payola of that

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    Guidelines For Working With The Media

    650 words - 3 pages

    GUIDELINES FOR WORKING WITH THE MEDIA ENERGY EFFICIENCY/HOME HEATING OUTREACH CREATIVE LAB’S PR HELP DESK SENDING OUT THE RELEASE AND FOLLOWING UP WITH A CALL We recommend sending the cover letter and press release to reporters via email. Follow up with a personal phone call within three days that goes something like this: • Tell the reporter your name and affiliation. • Ask the reporter if they have a minute, or if they are on deadline. If they are on deadline, thank them and let them know you’ll call back later. • Summarize why you are calling in 30 seconds or less. For example,

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    My Life Your Entertainment

    791 words - 4 pages

    It all happened so fast. One minute we were having a conversation, and the next minute we are fighting. Although my supervisor stepped out of line, I could’ve handled the situation better. It was a usual Friday for most airmen who just got paid; we were going to get dressed and go downtown to hang out. But little did I know that January 12, 2007 would change my life forever. While some buddies and I were downtown having a drink my phone rang. I chose not to answer it because my child’s mother and I were not on good terms, and I didn’t want to mess up my good night with an argument. Once I go

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    Pros And Con Of The Fairness Doctrine

    1349 words - 6 pages

    Essay Paper # 1 Pros and Con of the Fairness Doctrine The Fairness Doctrine was first introduced to the United States in 1949. It involves radio and television broadcasters. The doctrine does not apply to newspapers. The Fairness Doctrine states that there are responsibilities which these broadcasters must sustain to the public so that the information that the viewers and the public receives is fair and balance. In addition, it is a measure of responsibility and accountability for the freedom of press that is able to give counterarguments and provide a space for counterarguments regarding i

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    Hip Hop And Media

    897 words - 4 pages

    Hip Hop and Media ANTH 1102 Hip Hopper   Hip Hop was once a political force on wax, depicting the dreams aspirations and despair in the black community hip hop culture in the music form of rap is nothing more than commercialized pop music. If you can agree that hip hop music is the most popular form of music in the United States then you must concede that it is indeed pop. All the MC’s who criticized MC’s for going commercial because they feared the degradation and authenticity in the music must now be given credit for being right! If today’s hip-hop music had a storefron

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    Concert

    347 words - 2 pages

    Jersey Boys is a musical based on the life story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito, and Nick Massi. The musical chronicles the lives of a group of blue-collar boys from the wrong side of the tracks who went on to become one of the biggest pop music sensations of their time. Jersey Boys features their hit songs, including "Sherry," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Rag Doll," "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You," and "Oh What a Night." I was asked to attend Jersey Boys by my aunt from Demark. She is a huge fan of the four seasons and she was dying to see the play

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    Me

    754 words - 4 pages

    One of the biggest ways American popular culture has been expressed is through television. Americans way back when designed a television with black and white picture, and only a few channels to watch: witch the only channels to watch was the news, or a 30min sitcom. When the first television set came out it was during the second world war, and they weren’t very popular. The average T.V set cost about 58 dollars. Today an average T.V set cost around 500 dollars. When the first T.V was invented they used a cathode ray tube to display the shows. Now we have plasma screen television, and LCD scre

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    Rm

    3593 words - 15 pages

    Executive Summary This project is undertaken to know whether there is any effect of FM advertisements on sales of products or services & attitude of people towards FM ads. The study was conducted by collecting & analyzing primary as well as secondary data, which has been summarized in order to present recommendations. The project mainly focuses on issues relating to the advertisements on FM. The project is done keeping in the mind various issues related to people’s perception & their behaviour accordingly. The project gives a sense of effect of Radio advertisements in creating awaren

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    BROADCAST JOURNALISM

    1385 words - 6 pages

    Broadcast Journalism Broadcast journalism is news which can be broadcast by electrical means. The news or stories can be broadcast over the air waves or through the television. These methods of delivery are faster and more efficient. According to Wetfeet.com, the broadcasting industry is a talent based industry. One has to be able to attract an audience no matter what it takes.(Wetfeet).When researching a job or career in broadcast journalism one should consider the following: The overview of the field, education requirements, working conditions, the salary,benefits,advancement,and the pros

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    CBC

    1363 words - 6 pages

    The Canadian Broadcasting Company, or CBC, is a publicly owned company. The company is owned by the public, and broadcasts for the public. As Robert Fulford puts communications in Canada, “Communications have been the key structural element in Canadian society since the time when canoes slipping down rivers were the connecting links between villages” communicating between different parts of our enormous country has been essential since settlers first came here. The CBC has been able to connect every person together as a whole, through not only T.V news broadcasting, but through AM radio, and F

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    A Case Study

    725 words - 3 pages

    Case 3: The Battle in Radio Broadcasting: XM vs. Sirius vs. Local Radio vs. Internet Radio. I. Statement of the Problem • Declining profit returns of XM and Sirius Satellite Radio Stations. • Declining no. of subscriber. II. Objective • To produce attractive profit return on invested capital. • To attract people to continuously subscribe and patronize radio stations. III. Strategic Elements • Many radio stations were investing in equipment to begin broadcasting high definition digital radio programs. • Expanding the range of music played on the air, improving ad copy

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    Clear Channel Communications

    373 words - 2 pages

    Clear Channel Communications is a major corporation in today’s society, especially the radio industry. There are more than 13,000 radio stations in the United States and 3,800 station owners. Clear Channel Communications owns just 9% of U.S. radio stations and represents 18% of the industry’s revenue. And with these radio stations, Clear Channel does not force music on them. Clear Channel Radio stations are programmed locally using extensive audience research, and their genres and playlists reflect the changing tastes and demands of listeners. Clear Channel Radio has more than 35 different pro

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    Censorship On The Radio

    509 words - 3 pages

    Censorship On The Radio Today, if you turn on the radio, you’re bound to hear the edited version of a song. Censoring a song isn’t a terrible thing to do, but if you really stop to think about it, what’s the point? There are many sources available for a teen to go and download the explicit version of a song that you wouldn’t normally hear on the radio. Censoring music comes down to being a waste of time because of all the other ways someone can access the non-censored version of a song. By definition, censorship means prior restraint or stopping something from being published or bro

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    Palythoa Identification

    248 words - 1 page

    Palythoa sp. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Cnidaria Class: Anthozoa Subclass: Hexacorallia Order: Zoanthidea Family: Zoanthidae Genus: Palythoa • Palythoa commonly known as button polyps or sea mat. • They are a colonial animal with multiple individual polyps that attach to a piece of rock or other hard surface. • When in areas of high abundance, they may form mats covering virtually all of the available substrate for tens to hundreds of square meters. • They are found primarily in intertidal or sub tidal zone

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    Multimedia

    749 words - 3 pages

    Multimedia Done By: Ahmed Kotb What is web 2.0 ? The term "Web 2.0" refers to a perceived second generation of web development and design, that aims to facilitate communication, secure information sharing, interoperability, and collaboration on the World Wide Web. Web 2.0 concepts have led to the development and evolution of web-based communities, hosted services, and applications; such as social-networking sites, video-sharing sites, wikis, blogs, and folksonomies. The term first became notable after the O'Reilly Media Web 2.0 conferences in 2004. The we

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    A Brief History Of Theatre

    713 words - 3 pages

    When watching the television show �Gilligan�s Island� there are some features that are reminiscent of the Greek and Roman theatre. For example, the opening credits on �Gilligan�s Island� explain the story of what events took place before the action of the show starts to kind of catch the audience up to speed and give them a little background to help them understand what the situation is when the episode begins. This is similar to the role that the Greek chorus played. They served, partly, as narrators to explain the action and background behind the pla

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    Resume

    608 words - 3 pages

    What does leadership mean to me? Leadership is not a right, but a privilege. Leadership should necessitate responsibility – responsibility to make the best, ethical choice and responsibility to all those who have a stake in one's leadership role. Leadership should represent unparalleled excellence in comprehension, creativity, and compassion. Leadership should embody a willingness to uphold the highest standards and should embody the ability to inspire others to believe in and to achieve a worthy goal. A leader goes further. Beyond the boundaries of bottom lines, monthly and quarterly re

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    Radio Is Cool

    1467 words - 6 pages

    Originally, radio or radiotelegraphy was called "wireless telegraphy", which was shortened to "wireless". The prefix radio- in the sense of wireless transmission, was first recorded in the word radioconductor, coined by the French physicist Édouard Branly in 1897 and based on the verb to radiate (in Latin "radius" means "spoke of a wheel, beam of light, ray"). "Radio" as a noun is said to have been coined by advertising expert Waldo Warren (White 1944). The word appears in a 1907 article by Lee de Forest, was adopted by the United States Navy in 1912 and became common by the time of the first

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    Theory Ties Radio Signal To Universes First Stars

    490 words - 2 pages

    Theory Ties Radio Signal to Universe’s First Stars By Dennis Overbye Radio astronomy is the study of celestial objects that emit radio waves. With radio astronomy, scientists can study astronomical phenomena that are often invisible in other portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Using radio astronomy techniques, astronomers can observe the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation, which is the remnant signal of the birth of our Universe in the Big Bang. They can also probe the “Dark Ages” before the onset of the first stars or galaxies, and study the earliest generation of galaxies. Rad

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    Podcasting

    3330 words - 14 pages

    It has been said that technology begets technology, and this could not be more true than when it comes to a new term called “podcasting.” According to Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, “Podcasting is a portmanteau word coined in 2004 that combined two words: iPod and broadcasting.”¹ Several years ago Apple developed the iPod. The initial purpose of the iPod was so people could carry around all their music, or at least most of it, in an iPod that was no bigger than a common pager. Gone were the days of having 50 CDs in someone’s car. The daddy of all iPods could even hold up to 10,000 s

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    Pandora

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    Engl. 101 Pandora’s Personalization Re-invents Radio To capture the essence of music at the most fundamental level, the Music Genome Project created Pandora internet radio; the most comprehensive analysis of music ever. Pandora guides users through their favorite parts of the music universe via hundreds of innovative DNA/genre-like attributes. Powered by the Music Genome Project, Pandora reinvents radio with its unique interface creating ideal circumstances for ambitious indie artists to become recognized; however, legal issues threaten to dampen their bright future. Essentially, Pando

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    A Brief History Of Theatre

    697 words - 3 pages

    When watching the television show 揋illigan抯 Island?there are some features that are reminiscent of the Greek and Roman theatre. For example, the opening credits on 揋illigan抯 Island?explain the story of what events took place before the action of the show starts to kind of catch the audience up to speed and give them a little background to help them understand what the situation is when the episode begins. This is similar to the role that the Greek chorus played. They served, partly, as narrators to explain the action and background behind the play to help the audien

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    With You

    633 words - 3 pages

    [Intro:] I need you boo I gotta see you boo And the hearts all over the world tonight Said the hearts all over the world tonight I need you boo I gotta see you boo And the hearts all over the world tonight Said the hearts all over the world tonight [Verse 1:] Hey lil mama Oo u a stunna Hot little figure Yes you a winner And I'm so glad to be yours You're a class all your own And oh little cutie When you talk to me I swear the whole world stops You're my sweetheart And I'm so glad that your mine You are one of a kind And you mean to me What I me

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    XM Radio

    1995 words - 8 pages

    Summary XM Satellite Radio is a satellite radio service which was founded in 1992. After lobbying for 5 years, XM was able to acquire the license for satellite radio from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The company wants to develop a complex satellite and terrestrial repeater network capable of delivering 50 or more high quality channels based on both mobile and fixed receivers. In order to initiate this launch, XM is required to consider certain issues. The first issue is formulating a proper business plan and identifying target markets – whether it should be niche segmen

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    George Orwell

    386 words - 2 pages

    Chapter 1 GEORGE ORWELL - INDIVIDUAL AND WRITER George Orwell was born as Eric Arthur Blair. Under his pen name he became well known for his essays and mostly for two of his novels “Animal Farm” and “Nineteen Eighty-Four”. He was a novelist, a critic and a political and cultural commentator, a fact which is reflected in his works. – toate paragrafele vor fi ‘justified’. Eric Blair was born in India (during the period it was part of the British Empire) on June 25, 1903 in Motihari, Bengal (modern Bihar). Richard Walmesley Blair, his father, was a civil servant working for the opium depar

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    Kuvo Radio

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    KUVO Radio KUVO Radio was started by a Hispanic community in Denver, Colorado with the hopes of creating a Hispanic influence present in American media. Taking advantage of the newly relinquished rights to the 89.3 frequency, Hugo Morales bought the rights and started raising money for broadcasting equipment and to name a CEO and Board of Directors. Florence Ramos, a paralegal for the State Attorney Generals office impressed Morales with her professionalism and cultural awareness and was subsequently hired for the job. The Board of Directors was recruited from a nation wide pool of Hisp

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    The Man

    388 words - 2 pages

    The day and night song is a skoobmaster (21 seconds ago) Show Hide 0 Marked as spam Reply come on this song is about a crackhead a very lonely crackhead lord knows were these poeple get ideas from songs its not about the drugs women and money now its about the poeple wiith/using drugs women and money MrPeaYou (10 minutes ago) Show Hide 0 Marked as spam Reply I LUV DIS SONG!!!! youngsoulja426 (18 minutes ago) Show Hide 0 Marked as spam Reply I KILLED! dis day n night beat wit killa lyrics and a OJ DA JUICEMAN flow!!! peep it on ma page!!! real tawk i GUARANTEE ull dig it Comment(

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    Sirius And Xm Radio

    4086 words - 17 pages

    History Canadian David Margolese was the brains behind the satellite radio business. He dropped out of college in 1978 in order to create a paging company in Vancouver, and soon began to work in the cellular telephone industry, although he experienced difficulty in finding proper funding for his cellular phone work, because people thought that cellular telephones would never amount to much. Margolese was eventually able to convince Ameritech to invest in his company, which was named Cantel. He joined forces with Ted Rodgers of Rodgers Communications, and together they created the largest cel

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    Flavios Home

    309 words - 2 pages

    Enc 1101- 10am Flavio’s Home What is poverty? Poverty is the state of not having enough money to take care of yourself or others’ basic needs such as food, clothing and housing. It keeps on growing and spreading like an incurable disease effecting millions of people each year. In Brazil there were two reporters from Life, magazine named Jose Gallo and Parks that were written a story about poverty-stricken families. They came across 12 year old boy named Flavio da Silva, who lived in Catacumba, in the favela and he had more responsibilities than any 12 year old boy should ever endure. H

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    Radio In The 1920 S

    1099 words - 5 pages

    We have listened to each other, and we have our first amendment. To speak is an American dream, and we have a new invention to support us in this dream. They call it the radio. Since 1922, over 600 radio stations have sprung up around America . More than half of all American families have joined this craze, and it is easy for you to join as well. Just read on, and I will tell you about the many choices and selections that radios can provide for you. Crystal radios are among the common radios being used and manufactured. These radios use a piece of lead galena crystal and a cat

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    Personal Statement

    517 words - 3 pages

    Personal Statement I find journalism challenging and enjoyable and I believe I have a natural flair for the subject. The reason why I have a passion for journalism is because I find this subject highly challenging and motivating. I find journalism rewarding, it is not only a career but an informative recognising career that can lead to many paths within the media industry. Currently I am studying HNC Radio broadcasting within this course it consists of many subjects such as; the law of media industry, Creative industries, the rules and regulations of media, Commercials, Presenting and

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    This I Beleive

    362 words - 2 pages

    Humanity: I Believe Though I haven’t been in the world a long time I feel like I’ve witnessed a lot and I realized that everyone has there own faults. Weather it be in academics, family life or some other matter. But no one can say they’re perfect because imperfections are just part of life. No one has had a perfect life; it might have been great, but not perfect. All people have there own blunders, or their own faults; and when they learn from them they become better people. In their own mind they sometimes even become accomplished. Although there are some people who don’t take their fault

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