Radio Papers

  • Podcasting

    3091 words, 13 pages

    It has been said that technology begets technology, and this could not be more true than when it comes to a new term called “podcasting.” According to Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, “Podcasting is a portmanteau word coined in 2004 that combined two words: iPod and broadcasting.”¹ Several years ago Apple developed the iPod. The initial purpose of the iPod was so people could carry around all their music, or at least most of it, in an iPod that was no bigger than a common pager. Gone were the days of having 50 CDs in someone’s car. The daddy of all iPods could

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    Analysis Of Cathedral

    1005 words, 5 pages

    Encrypted within the writings of The Cathedral is a far broader and overarching theme regarding humans and their understanding of one another. Upon further analysis, I speculate that the story’s deeper message lies on the premise of individuals understanding the perspective of their counterparts. That particular topic is probably so pertinent to humanity that it goes unnoticed, and could potentially be traced to a wide variety of conflicts across history; a result of the lack of perspective we have on other people’s perspectives. The narrator assumes role as being the o

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    Musical Language

    1001 words, 5 pages

    Cody Surratt This podcast is one of the coolest things that I have ever listened to. Even now there are parts of it that I’m still mulling around in my head trying to completely wrap my head around it. In this podcast, a myriad of things are discussed on the subject of a “deep universal language in music” or “music within language”. A nurse working in the maternity ward of a German hospital and in her time there, she had begun to notice a similarity in the specific tones that parents used as to appeal to their newborn children. She goes on to describe that happy or

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    Comparing Chris Moyles Show To Heart Breakfast

    1010 words, 5 pages

    Media Research - Music Radio Production Chris Moyle’s Show (Radio 1) The Chris Moyle’s show was possibly the most popular show on Radio 1. The show started in 2004 when Chris became the presenter of the show and it was Radio 1’s longest running show. The shows target audience is 15-29 year olds even though Chris Moyles is a lot older, being 38. The stations controller has been under pressure from the BBC to make the stations audience younger which Chris had helped to do. However the average audience member is 33 years old. The shows content has more talk than music.

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    Theory To The World Of The Worlds

    1260 words, 6 pages

    The mass media has a large influence on the audience it generates. On October 30th 1938 Orson Welles broadcasted “War of the Worlds” and panic spread across the east coast of the United States. What was so interesting about this incident was how people could be so gullible as to believe that they where being attacked by Martians? Whether it was too much of the media influencing the audience or the descriptiveness of the broadcast with its detailed information many Americans were ready to leave their homes in fear. Many experts can explain why people reacted in certain w

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    Fanny Brice

    1259 words, 6 pages

    Janissa Saracino Musical Theater History Fanny Brice: The Journey of a 'Funny Girl' Comedienne, actress, radio star and mother, these were just some of the traits of the all around entertainer, Fanny Brice. She brought sparkle to the darkest songs and laughter to unknown depths. Starting as a vaudeville performer and working her way up to scale to a Zeigfield Follie was quite the journey for a lady to accomplish in a life. But somehow, someway Fanny got through it all and seemed to have a ripple effect on peoples lives. Even today, she is know known even if yo

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    Communication And Society

    1481 words, 6 pages

    Over the past decade there have been several new technologies that have had a lasting impression on society today. It is with these new technologies that society has changed the way they think and act, and it is in this particular essay whereby there are two important mediums that are to be compared, that is the radio and Television. If it were not for these two mediums than people would not be able to communicate their ideas and beliefs with everyone else in society, or be able to communicate with the wider community, therefore possibly causing a rift in the way society acts wit

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    War Of The Worlds

    1472 words, 6 pages

    English 3 The ability to manipulate the audience of mass media has been adapted from one mistake in history. In the year 1938 on the month of October, a broadcast was made called the “War of The Worlds”. The Hypodermic Needle theory also known as “The Magic Bullet Theory” suggest all audience tuning into mass media are passive individuals. The Opinion Leadership theory introduces the “personal influence” it had on people. The opinion leaders are the main targets because they pay close attention to the mass media and its messages. Opinion leaders are able to influence their audience(lo

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    You Only Live Once, The Adventure

    1500 words, 6 pages

    My name is Jack Shepard. I am 29 years old, a doctor and currently stranded on an island over the Great Barrie Reef. I ended up on this island form a plane crash on February 27th 2014. I was on Oceanic Flight 815 flying from Los Angeles, USA to Crain’s, Australia for vacation. From what I can remember everything was going fine until we hit turbulence, I was walking back to my seat when this hug bump came; I went flying and hit the top of the plane. This was when things became bad. The captain sent out a message saying “PLEASE FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELTS AND STAY CALM”. I knew something bad was goin

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    Missing: A Short Story

    1499 words, 6 pages

    My name is Jack Shepard. I am 29 years old, a doctor and currently stranded on an island over the Great Barrie Reef. I ended up on this island form a plane crash on February 27th 2014. I was on Oceanic Flight 815 flying from Los Angeles, USA to Crain’s, Australia for vacation. From what I can remember everything was going fine until we hit turbulence, I was walking back to my seat when this hug bump came; I went flying and hit the top of the plane. This was when things became bad. The captain sent out a message saying “PLEASE FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELTS AND STAY CALM”. I knew something bad was goin

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    Radio And Television Malaysia

    1523 words, 7 pages

    Broadcasting has long established itself as an important spatial extension of this nation's historicity. During the past, the graphic of the television can only be seen in black and white. Unlike nowadays which can be seen in various colors, 3Ds and 4Ds The sound system of the television is much better compared to the past. The television now has various options of channels and these channels is getting internationally. Due to the development of the high technology, the satellite has now been able to connect for live shows. For instance, Astro provide different channels

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    Radio Station Research

    2560 words, 11 pages

    Music is a general love of almost every college student. Many develop their personalities, profiles, and various other tastes based on their listening choices. In general, many college students acquire the same spectrum of listening values. If a radio station, one that wishes to target the college student population, can discover the musical preferences of the general population of students, they will be able to grow within the specific market. Since the target market is of a personality of the student, generally a crowd that has the same likes and dislikes as his/her peers; the target m

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