Radio: A Form Of Communication

Radio: A Form of Communication Physics Idoh Gersten Mr. Zambizi Physics March 12, 1995 Radio is a form of communication in which intelligence is transmitted without wires from one point to another by means of electromagnetic waves. Early forms of communication over great distances were the telephone and the telegraph. They required wires between the […]

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The Evolution of Radio

Introduction Radio is a broadcasting electronic medium which involves the transmission of audio signals by the modulation of specially produced electromagnetic waves via frequencies that travel with a speed just below that of light (Garratt, 1994). They are called specially produced waves since the normal properties of radiated waves are systematically altered (modulated) in terms […]

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Franklin Roosevelt’s Radio Address to the Nation

In the 1920s after the First World War, America enjoyed a lot of economic prosperity. People began unfair business practices like the ones Roosevelt is talking about in this address of employing people for long hours, child labor overproduction and trading stock through speculation. Towards the end of the 1920s and early 1930s under the […]

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Radio programme

I have been asked to create a radio programme and I have to play music on it and advertise three products. The first radio news program was broadcast August 31, 1920 by station 8MK in Detroit, Michigan. The radio station is still here today. My radio station is “Flash FM”. I chose this name because […]

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Radio as a Form of Media

In 1895, an Italian electrical engineer and inventor named Guglielmo Marconi invented the first practical radio signalling system, by using the achievements of past experimenters James Clerk Maxwell, Sir Oliver Lodge and Hienrich Hertz. The first wireless telegraphic message was sent across the English Channel, from Wimereux, France to South Foreland Lighthouse, Englandon on 27th […]

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For the past few months I have been studying two different radio stations, one local and one nationwide, paying particular attention to the breakfast shows. Radio 1 is a nationwide, public broadcasting service, owned by the BBC and funded by TV licensing fees. Radio 1’s target audience is fifteen to twenty five. Spire FM is […]

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Radio Stirling 101: Report on a Group Research Project

In an age of information, people have an increasing number of options to access media for entertainment and information. Yet radio remains to be one of the most accessible and cost-effective conventional media, especially for people with limited financial resources such as university students. However, according to the cursory observation of the researchers of this […]

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How Far Does Contemporary Radio Provide Audiences With Genuine Diversity of Listening Choice

It is generally believed that audiences are provided with a diverse listening choice but this only seems to be true for national radio stations. These are the BBC stations, Talk Sport, Virgin and Classic FM. The BBC also provides regional radio stations which are different to the independent local radio stations on offer which are […]

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Capital Radio

Capital Radio use I. C. T to promote their business online. They also use a lot of technology in their studio, for example to organise their play list of songs, to organise jingles and advert times. In the Advertising department they use ICT to listen to adverts to see if the adverts that are going […]

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The task was to produce an extract from a documentary series, or current affairs programme to include studio presentation, interview and either theme tune or jingle. The text would last around five minutes and must sound professional. To do this I needed to develop skills in recording and editing. For this project to be completed […]

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