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Deregulation of the Radio Broadcast Industry: A Survey of National Radio Broadcasters Association Members
(Humboldt State University, 1984-06)
The movement to deregulate radio broadcasting began officially in 1981 when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved a broadcast deregulation order that reduced or eliminated numerous regulations applicable to ...
Pluralism in Transition: Cultural Implications of the Legalization of Private and Municipal Radio Broadcasting in Greece
The history of radio broadcasting in Greece from its creation in the 1920s through the mid-1980s reveals a medium persistently controlled by the government; private radio stations were prohibited. The purpose of this ...
Streaming Student Speeches on the Internet: Convenient and "Connected" Feedback in the Basic Course
(Basic Communication Course Annual, 2003)
The purpose of this study was to examine the use of video streaming of student speeches on the Internet as a method of feedback. Streaming video refers to motion video with accompanying audio that is delivered live or ...
Culture Talk: Sensitizing Cultural Intelligence through Intercultural Radio Interviews
(Broadcast Education Asociation National Convention, Las Vegas, NV, 2010-04-16)
This paper was presented on the panel, “Perspectives on Teaching about Radio, Culture, and Society,” sponsored by the Radio/Audio Media and International Divisions of the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) at the BEA ...