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Intro To Media & Telecom

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Intro To Media & Telecom COM 2400

Mrs. Shania Schoen
GPA 3.8

Richard Gershon

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mrs. Shania Schoen on Wednesday September 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to COM 2400 at Western Michigan University taught by Richard Gershon in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 42 views. For similar materials see /class/216990/com-2400-western-michigan-university in Communication, School Of at Western Michigan University.

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Date Created: 09/30/15
WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY School of Communication Intro to Media amp Telecommunications Com 240 Study Guide 1 Featuring Gershon s Greatest Hits Vol 1 ABC Armstrong Edwin Howard Audion Ball Lucille British Marconi CATV Cable Networking principle of CBS Communications Act of 1934 Compact Disk CD Conrad Frank Cronkite Walter DeForest Lee Farnsworth Philo Fessenden Reginald Federal Communications Commission FCC FCC s Report on Chain Broadcasting HBO Impact of cable television on broadcasting KDKA Localism principle of Marconi Guglielmo McCarthy Joseph R Morse Samuel Murrow Edward R NBC Paley William S Public interest principle of Radio Act of 1927 Regeneration circuit Sarnoff David Spectrum Scarcity principle of Stubblefield Nathan B Television s effect on radio concept implications TeleVision freeze 6th Report and Order Turner Ted Van Doren Charles Walson John WEAF toll broadcasting Wireless Ship Act of 1912 Wireless Telegraphy Zworkyn Vladimir Important Dates US Civil War 18611865 Communications Act of 1934 World War I 19141918 World War 11 Europe 19391945 US 19411945 Launching of NBC 1926 Television Freeze 1948 1952 Radio Act of 1927


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