JRL 101 Exam 5 Study Guide
JRL 101 Exam 5 Study Guide JRL 101
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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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