Media Analysis Project: Radio


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Media Analysis Project: Radio
The Mechanics and Cost of Broadcast Radio
While the current generation primarily utilizes an iPod, mp3 player, or audio streaming on their computer or portable device, they all have their roots in broadcast radio. While radios are becoming less prevalent, their properties and mechanics are essential to current technologies. Advancing technologies combined with the expense of operation for a broadcast station make radio as a broadcast medium less viable than other methodologies.
From Wires to Wireless
The transmission of radio waves to carry music, data, and voice has its history in the original telegraph designed by Alexander Graham Bell which utilized magnets and electrical wiring to transmit sound (FCC 1)....
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