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  1. IPTV and Internet Video, Second Edition: Expanding the Reach of Television Broadcasting (NAB Executive Technology Briefings) by Wes Simpson, Howard Greenfield, 2009-08-24
  2. Something on My Own: Gertrude Berg and American Broadcasting, 1929-1956 (Television Series) by Glenn D., Jr. Smith, 2007-06-30
  3. Broadcasting Politics in Japan: NHK and Television News by Ellis S. Krauss, 2000-06-15
  4. Radio and Television Broadcasting on the European Continent (Minnesota Archive Editions) by Burton Paulu, 1967-10-30
  5. Television Studies: The Basics by Toby Miller, 2010-02-28
  6. The Television History Book (Television, Media & Cultural Studies)
  7. Reading Television (New Accents) by JOHN FISKE, John Hartley, 2003-12-19
  8. Successful Television Writing by Lee Goldberg, William Rabkin, 2003-06-24
  9. American Broadcasting: A Source Book on the History of Radio and Television by Lawrence Wilson Lichty, 1975-05
  10. The American Television Industry (International Screen Industries) by Michael Curtin, Jane Shattuc, 2009-12-15
  11. Planet TV: A Global Television Reader by Shanti Kumar, 2002-12-22
  12. Beyond Prime Time: Television Programming in the Post-Network Era
  13. The Television Will be Revolutionized by Amanda Lotz, 2007-11-01
  14. Merchandise Licensing in the Television Industry (Broadcasting & Cable Series) by Karen Raugust, 1995-10-18

1. The Broadcasting Commission Of Ireland - Home Page
School with locations in Los Angeles, Phoenix and San Francisco describes the professional training it provides in radio, television and acting. radio broadcasting broadcasting schools radio film schools, television scchools
The IRTC was the statutory body established in October, 1988, under the Radio and Television Act 1988, to arrange for the licensing, monitoring, and development of independent broadcasting in Ireland.
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2. Abbreviations, Acronyms And TLAs Often Used In Television Broadcasting And Recep
Definition of abbreviations, acronyms and TLAs often used in television.
Abbreviations, acronyms and TLAs often used in television broadcasting and reception Ever wondered what the FEC the Social Revolutionaries have to do with TP17? This might help… In alphabetical order: CAM Conditional Access Module CC Closed Captioning CI Common Interface CRT Cathode Ray Tube DiSEqC Digital Satellite Equipment Control DOG Digital On-screen Graphic DSAT Digital Satellite DTH Direct To Home DTT Digital Terrestrial Television DVD Digital Versatile Disk ECM Electronic Counter Measure EEPROM Erasable Electronically Programmable Read Only Memory EPG Electronic Program Guide EPROM Electronically Programmable Read Only Memory FEC Forward Error Correction FTA Free To Air FTV Free To View H Horizontal (polarisation) HDTV High Definition Television HH Horizontal High band (polarisation) hl Horizontal Low band (polarisation) iDTV Integrated Digital Television IR Infa-Red IRD Integrated Receiver Decoder LED Light Emitting Diode LITO LIne Twenty-One! LNB Low Noise Block (down converter) MHz Megahertz MPEG Motion Picture Expert Group NICAM Near Instantaneously Companded Audio Multiplex NTSC National Television Systems Committee OSG On-Screen Graphic PAL Phase Alternation Line PCB Printed Circuit Board PDC Program Delivery Control PIN Personal Identification Number PP Personal Planner PSU Power Supply Unit PVR Personal Video Recorder RCU Remote Control Unit RGB Search and Scan (banner) SCART Syndicat francais des Constructeurs d'Appareils Radio et Television SDTV Standard Definition Television

3. Academy Of Radio And Television Broadcasting - Los Angeles And Phoenix
Broadcast training for radio and television.Category Arts Radio Industry......Academy of Radio and television broadcasting trains entertainment industry professionals,including onair radio, television, film and audio production, news
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5. Radio And Television Broadcasting
Radio and television broadcasting. The radio and television broadcastingindustry provided 255,000 wage and salary jobs in 2000.
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  • Keen competition is expected for many jobs, particularly in large metropolitan areas, due to the large number of jobseekers attracted by the glamour of this industry. Job prospects will be best for applicants with a college degree in broadcasting or a related field, as well as relevant work experience. Many entry-level positions are at broadcast stations serving smaller markets. Because many radio and television stations are small, workers often must change employers, and sometimes relocate, to advance.

Nature of the Industry About this section Back to Top This industry consists of radio and television stations that broadcast programs free of charge to the public. Broadcast signals travel over the airwaves from a station’s transmission tower to the antennas of television sets and radios; personal computers can also be equipped to receive the transmissions. Anyone in the signal area with a radio, television, or properly equipped personal computer can receive the programming. Television broadcasts carried on cable and other pay television systems are classified in a separate industry. (The statement on cable and other pay-television services appears elsewhere in the

6. Hearst Corporate Site
Diversified communications and media company whose interests include magazine, newspaper, and business publishing, cable networks, radio and television broadcasting, production and distribution, and Internet services.

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American Society of Magazine Editors Names National Magazine Award Finalists March 17, 2003
Hearst-Argyle Television Wins Second Consecutive USC Annenberg Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Journalism
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8. TvRadioWorld - Europe And Africa Radio And Television Broadcasting - Europe And
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10. Television Broadcasting Regulations
television broadcasting REGULATIONS. SOR/8749. KEY BROADCASTING ACT. TelevisionBroadcasting Regulations, 1987. REGULATIONS RESPECTING television broadcasting.
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11. 5131: Radio And Television Broadcasting
NAICS 5131 Radio and television broadcasting. This industry groupcomprises establishments primarily engaged in operating broadcast
NAICS 5131: Radio and Television Broadcasting
This industry group comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating broadcast studios and facilities for over-the-air or satellite delivery of radio and television programs. These establishments are often engaged in the production or purchase of programs or generate revenues from the sale of air time to advertisers, from donations and subsidies, or from the sale of programs. Go to Bridge Between NAICS and SIC
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12. 51312: Television Broadcasting
NAICS 51312 television broadcasting. This industry comprises establishmentsprimarily engaged in broadcasting images together with sound.
NAICS 51312: Television Broadcasting
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in broadcasting images together with sound. These establishments operate television broadcasting studios and facilities for the programming and transmission of programs to the public. These establishments also produce or transmit visual programming to affiliated broadcast television stations, which in turn broadcast the programs to the public on a predetermined schedule. Programming may originate in their own studios, from an affiliated network, or from external sources. Go to Bridge Between NAICS and SIC
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13. WILL
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14. Diffuse -- Digital Television Broadcasting Standards
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  • Terrestrial Broadcasting of Digital Television Entry updated this month Active Fora The standards in this section have been prepared by both private and public organizations. The following public bodies have been involved in their preparation:
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    Expanded name Digital Video Broadcasting Area covered Delivery of MPEG-2 data over heterogeneous broadcast networks Sponsoring body Digital Video Broadcasting Project of
  • 15. Radio And Television Broadcasting
    You are here Home Communications Telecommunications Radio and TelevisionBroadcasting, Login. InfoTree logo, Radio and television broadcasting General.
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    A huge database, continutously updated, of radio and television stations in the United States, plus some bordering Canadian and Mexican stations... Online NewsHour Video Search
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    16. D . Radio And Television Broadcasting - ANACOM
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    18. TITLE 22 , CHAPTER 18 , SUBCHAPTER V-B , Sec. 1465aa.
    (2). consonant with this policy, television broadcasting to Cuba may be effectivein furthering the open communication of accurate information and ideas to the
    US CODE COLLECTION TITLE 22 CHAPTER 18 SUBCHAPTER V-B > Sec. 1465aa. Next Sec. 1465aa. - Findings and purposes The Congress finds and declares that - it is the policy of the United States to support the right of the people of Cuba to seek, receive, and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers, in accordance with article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; consonant with this policy, television broadcasting to Cuba may be effective in furthering the open communication of accurate information and ideas to the people of Cuba and, in particular, information about Cuba; television broadcasting to Cuba, operated in a manner not inconsistent with the broad foreign policy of the United States and in accordance with high professional standards, would be in the national interest; facilities broadcasting television programming to Cuba must be operated in a manner consistent with applicable regulations of the Federal Communications Commission, and must not affect the quality of domestic broadcast transmission or reception; and that the Voice of America already broadcasts to Cuba information that represents America, not any single segment of American society, and includes a balanced and comprehensive projection of significant American thought and institutions, but that there is a need for television broadcasts to Cuba which provide news, commentary, and other information about events in Cuba and elsewhere to promote the cause of freedom in Cuba.

    19. Career Fields-Radio And Television Broadcasting, Announcers Newscasters Anchorpe
    Radio and television broadcasting. For professionals as well as creativetalent, radio and television broadcasting holds a lot of promise.
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    Radio and Television Broadcasting
    Radio and television broadcasting, together have become the most powerful medium of communication today and have revolutionized `mass-communication’. Electronic medium, including films, is today the largest single medium of communication reaching the masses with news, entertainment as well as education. Due to the influence that the electronic media has on the viewers and listeners, most of the countries in the world have some form of control over their broadcasting. In India broadcasting till very recently was state owned and private television companies could produce programs but not broadcast them. However in face of greater public access to satellite transmissions from within and outside the country, government had to liberalize its policies. Recently, legislation has been passed in the Parliament seeking autonomy for Doordarshan and All India Radio and things may further change with the implementation of the bill.

    20. First Peoples' Television Broadcasting In Canada
    FIRST PEOPLES' television broadcasting IN CANADA. Canadian ProgrammingService. First Peoples of Canada have become internationally
    FIRST PEOPLES' TELEVISION BROADCASTING IN CANADA Canadian Programming Service their national communities. Partly as a result of the pioneering and persistent activities of First Peoples to make their programming an integral part of the Canadian media infrastructure, Canada has also come to be identified as a model of media resistance against the overwhelming forces of continental integration in North America. It is difficult to talk about the introduction of television into the North without acknowledging its relationship to radio. This is because radio set a very special attitudinal context for the arrival of television. First Peoples expected that television would have local and regional indigenous input, as well as national, Southern-produced programming, as had been the case with radio. A brief overview of Northern radio is, therefore, foundational to understanding why First Peoples reacted the way they did to television. Radio entered the North in the late 1920s, at the same time that airplanes began to develop easy access to the Arctic. By the early thirties, trading posts, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police centres, and religious missions were equipped with high frequency radios to maintain contact with their headquarters in the South. Native peoples did not have direct access to these early radio services. In 1958, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's (CBC) Northern Service was established, taking over the infrastructure of shortwave transmitters established by the Canadian Armed Forces and the Department of Transport.

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