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  • The Benefits of XM Radio Essay

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    another improvement in technology (“XM Studios” 2002). This will replace “traditional metallic wiring” that FM and AM radio uses (“XM Studios” 2002). The overall sound quality of the music will be increased due to this change because there is less chance of the wiring becoming damaged by the weather and normal wear-and-tear. There is an abundance of genres of music and information that FM radio supplies already, but XM Radio will supply the people with an easier way to access their favorites.

  • Essay The Impact of Technology

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    The Impact of Technology With all of the new technology forcing itself into our lives, many of us can't help but get sucked into the excitement. So as we struggle to figure out where the future is heading, we ask ourselves is it good or bad? In my opinion, it's a little bit of both. Everything we do uses technology. The computer that I typed this on is one of them. On page 28 in the textbook, there is a short story on how much we use computers daily. Our watches, ATMs, cars, TV’s, and Radio's

  • L.A.'s Traffic Causes Trouble

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    of the story Jake is dreaming about a more luxurious car. "He needed an FM radio in something better than this '58 Buick he drove. It would have crushed velvet interior with electric controls for the LA summer." (628) However, the author uses repetition by using the same idea again at the end of the story. Once Jake is back in his car ready to head back to work, he once again imagines what it would be like to have a car with "FM stereo radio and crushed velvet interior." (630) The usage of this same

  • The Music Industry Is Changing Rapidly With The Advancement Of Technology

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    enough amount of money that broadcast radio won’t die out in the next couple years. The radios can still play the hot new hits from major artist and obtain enough listeners to create advertising revenue. As listeners have migrating from AM radio to FM radio to internet radio, the major advertisers have followed right behind them. The advertising companies want to market where they can hit the most consumers for the smallest amount of money. If there is three times the amount of people listening

  • How to Set Up Your Own Fm Radio Station - Licensing and Start Up Issues

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    How To Set Up Your Own FM Radio Station - Licensing And Start Up Issues There are several ways to set up your own radio station. It depends on how serious you are about it. The single most important thing you should know before you get started is why would you need to start your own radio station? Maybe, it 's because you are a DJ or you have a band and want to reach an audience with your songs. Maybe, you have a huge collection of rock music and want to share it with the world. Maybe you are a

  • Broadcasting Decision Rtc Case Summary

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    Case Summary of Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2004-271 Founded in 1996, Genex Communications, Inc. is a Quebec City-based private broadcasting group with interests in the sports, radio, web property, and indoor advertising industries (Bloomberg, 2017). From 1997 to 2004, the company owned CHOI-FM Québec, "Quebec City's most popular radio station" (Ha, 2004). After its first license to operate CHOI-FM concluded in August 2001, Genex was questioned by the CRTC over its failure to honour conditions of

  • how radio has changed

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    there was no FM. Everything was AM. Then once FM was introduced people were skeptical that it would catch on. Back then they would sell either an AM radio, or an FM radio. These days it's a law that every radio must have AM and FM capabilities.

  • Essay on Communication Technologies in Canada

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    that Rogers control is in the radio broadcasting. "Canada's most-listened to broadcasting company is Rogers Media-Broadcasting".7 Some of the stations they own are 680 NEWS (CFTR-AM 680), CHFI-FM (98.1), KISS FM (92.5), CKBY-FM (105.3), OCEAN FM (CIOC FM 98.5), NEWS1130 (CKWX AM 1130), XFM (CKVX FM 104.9), and CJIB-AM (940). A very diverse range of stations, catering to almost all Canadians, making the Radio arm of Rogers unique in itself. Radio broadcasting in Canada is unique itself. Minimum

  • Media Research Report On Fremantle Media

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    Fremantle Media Research Report Intro The paper aims at presenting the research on Fremantle Media(FM). Firstly the report will focus on the ownership and the size of FM, extendedly introduce its owner conglomerate, parent company and its subsidiary labels and how it is organized. Secondly I will concentrating on Fremantle Media UK(FMUK) which is the production arm of FM based in London, analyzing its operations and the range of activities include its principal achievements. Thirdly the report will

  • The Emergence of Satellite Radio Essay

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    television to a digital technology with its improved picture and sound quality has been a much publicized and controversial process, television's venerable ancestor, radio, has stayed in the background. But this year, in the United States, radio broadcasting is making its own digital leap. Two start-ups are introducing a new type of radio broadcast--subscription-based digital audio sent from satellites. With satellite digital audio radio services (SDARS), as they're called, listeners will be able to