5 edition of Spectrum of New Broadcast/Media Technologies found in the catalog.
Spectrum of New Broadcast/Media Technologies
Marcia L. De Sonne
by National Association of Broadcasters
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||110|
Professor Monroe E. Price, director of CGCS and another of the book’s authors, said the idea of “voice” as mentioned in the book’s title opens a spectrum of study opportunities for additional media. “Where does voice come in to play with new technologies and new . A version of this article appeared originally in TVNewsCheck. As the saying goes: “the customer is King”, and last week the place to pay homage to some of the biggest buyers of broadcast technology was the annual Broadcaster Panel at the HPA Tech Retreat in Indian Wells, CA.. Always a highlight of the HPA conference, this unique event is a one-hour Q&A-based discussion featuring the.
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The book defines the maturity stage as the stage when a mass media technology emerges as a "clear winner". Given that this is the case, we could think of the following examples from the book and class lectures as mature technologies. principles that have been developed in the past, they suggest, should govern the new technologies. On one end of the free speech divide, Dean Thomas Krattenmaker and Professor Scot Powe believe that the Supreme Court made a mistake in ever developing a distinctive set of First Amendment principles for the broadcast media.
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