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JRL 101 Exam 5 Study Guide

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JRL 101 Exam 5 Study Guide JRL 101

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Study Guide for Exam 5
Media and Society
Dr. Oppe
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JRL101, JRL 101, journalism 101, Oppe, WVU, West Virginia University, Study Guide, exam 5
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Mikaela Spence on Tuesday April 12, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to JRL 101 at West Virginia University taught by Dr. Oppe in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 95 views. For similar materials see Media and Society in Journalism and Mass Communications at West Virginia University.

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JRL 101 Exam 5 Study Guide Packet Switching • Method of breaking up messages into smaller pieces, sending them individually, and once they reach their destination they get back together o Yard Stick example in class Univision • 5 highest rated TV network in the United States Video games • Could be considered as a new mass medium o New video games are starting to have advertisements in them 2009 • Year everyone was made to switch from Analog to Digital Television • Postponed for a few months because of cost Broadcasting • Significantly changed over the years o Online Streaming o Download digitally o Buy movies and TV shows on DVD in store Internet Protocol • Invented by Bob Khan and Vint Cerf TCP/IP Janet Jackson • 2004 Super Bowl o “Nip-slip” Wardrobe Malfunction • Stations became cautious about broadcasting programs containing adult content ARPAnet • Wanted computers to be able to communicate with one another and share information What are you doing? • Twitter’s question • Connected all devices Internet in the World • Only 40% of the world has access to the internet Internet in the US • 87% of the US population has access to the internet V-Chip • Chip installed into a TV to scramble and edit out sexual and/or explicit content TV led by an African American • Scandal woman for the first time in 40 years? Public Broadcasting Act of • PBS made this Act 1967 • Established a corporation for Public Broadcasting to provide funds for a wide range of non commercial programs Diverse Programs • TV shows are becoming more and more diverse to reach a wider audience and also HBO • 1975 Broadcasting networks initially ignored HBO going on air William Gibson • Cyberpunk stressed importance of danger filtering news that is only related to our lives Click and Mortar • Available online and In-Print o New York Times o USA Today o Washington Post Big Three TV Networks • ABC • NBC • CBS Cyberspace • Describes the internet and interactions that take place Three technological ways to • Wifi connect to the Internet • Telephone Lines • Cable Sesame Street • PBS show that attracted its first significant audience HBO • Channels that you pay extra for and do not Showtime have commercials Biggest Advantage of • Lower cost distributing a movie over the Internet Neilson Ratings • Major company known for doing TV ratings in the US Farnsworth • Invented the basic technology for TV What country can control • China everything that their citizens see online? Blair Witch Project • Revolutionized Internet-based promotion of films • Cheaply made film, made a lot of money Cookies • On a website, cookies store information and watch you Internet • In the next generation, the Internet will be used primarily for Music and Videos Mosaic • Web browser that could first handle graphics The Internet creator did what? • Gave it away for free I Love Lucy controversy • Lucy was white and was married to Desi Arnaz who was Hispanic Jorge Ramos • Mexican News equivalent to Anderson Cooper • Hosts Noticiero Telenovela • Spanish Language soap operas


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