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  1. AM broadcasting (1669 bytes)
    1: ...me time. AM was the most dominant method of radio broadcasting initially and continues to be popular today. The ...
    3: ==Operation of AM broadcasting==
    4: AM radio broadcasting, as explained above, involves the modification of...
    7: Long waves (153-279 KHz) are used for radio broadcasting in non-American regions. The American continents ...
  2. FM broadcasting (1718 bytes)
    1: ...dwin Armstrong. In 1961, the FCC authorised '''FM broadcasting'''. Thus FM channels grew in popularity.
    3: ==Operation of FM broadcasting==
    4: ...s and automobile ignitions, unlike the case of AM broadcasting.
    7: ...sitive to electrical disturbances, thus making FM broadcasting popular for short range transmissions. FM can be ...

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  1. November 18 (6180 bytes)
    4: ...nterlinks: [[United States|American]], [[American Broadcasting Company News|ABC News]], [[Sarah Lawrence College...
  2. Barbara Walters (2243 bytes)
    8: ...ews anchoring for women and started on [[American Broadcasting Company News|ABC News]] in 1976.
  3. Baton Rouge Magnet High School (1394 bytes)
    3: ...ons are located on campus. One is a Jazz station, broadcasting to the Baton Rouge area, 90.3 FM, WBRH. The other...
  4. Common Alerting Protocol (3946 bytes)
    17: ...[public broadcasting|public television]]. These [[broadcasting|broadcasts]] were beamed across the country using...
  5. Content industry (1260 bytes)
    1: ... disburse the [[mass media]]. This includes all [[Broadcasting|broadcast]] [[television]], [[radio]] and [[Newsp...
  6. Media economics (2677 bytes)
    1: ...tising]] methods and the ownership structure of [[broadcasting]] stations.
    9: ...enerated by the advertising [[industry]] in the [[Broadcasting|broadcast]] media. In [[2001]] the total money ea...
    15: ...ial portion of the total share of worldwide media broadcasting stations. The estimated total number of radio an...
  7. AM broadcasting (1669 bytes)
    1: ...me time. AM was the most dominant method of radio broadcasting initially and continues to be popular today. The ...
    3: ==Operation of AM broadcasting==
    4: AM radio broadcasting, as explained above, involves the modification of...
    7: Long waves (153-279 KHz) are used for radio broadcasting in non-American regions. The American continents ...
  8. FM broadcasting (1718 bytes)
    1: ...dwin Armstrong. In 1961, the FCC authorised '''FM broadcasting'''. Thus FM channels grew in popularity.
    3: ==Operation of FM broadcasting==
    4: ...s and automobile ignitions, unlike the case of AM broadcasting.
    7: ...sitive to electrical disturbances, thus making FM broadcasting popular for short range transmissions. FM can be ...
  9. Radio (3247 bytes)
    6: ...ication of radio waves is in radio and television broadcasting. This may require the use of satellites for inter...
    13: Broadcasting stations use carefully controlled quartz-crystal ...
  10. Audio engineering (1853 bytes)
    13: ...like video and film post production, advertising, broadcasting and multi-media productions.
    20: ... recording devices, sound reinforcement and sound broadcasting equipment. In a recording studio they are respons...
  11. Arrested Development (2575 bytes)
    13: ...ins. The show has been sold to numerous worldwide broadcasting networks. In the United States and Latin America ...
  12. Chinua Achebe (1989 bytes)
    4: ...irector of External Broadcasting for the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation.
  13. Music video (2700 bytes)
    9: ...red and viewers received the idea of a television broadcasting only video clips all day long with great enthusia...
  14. Esperanto (2242 bytes)
    3: ...rrespondence, literature and television and radio broadcasting.
  15. The Walt Disney Company (3105 bytes)
    11: With the merger of Capital Cities and American Broadcasting Company, the media network of Walt Disney was est...
  16. Analyst (1475 bytes)
    9: ...st (or Color commentator) – he is a member of a broadcasting team of a sporting event and assists the play-by-...
  17. General Electric (3830 bytes)
    13: ...bring forth a media division by the name National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC).
  18. Dolby Digital (2658 bytes)
    4: ... wide variety of applications including satellite broadcasting, high definition digital televisions, DVDs, cinem...
  19. High-definition television (2760 bytes)
    1: ...Research on HDTV formats began in the 1970s while broadcasting began in the 1990s in Japan, Europe and the Unite...
    16: ===Digital broadcasting===
    17: HDTV broadcasting is done using digital signals which provide excel...
  20. Korea Telecom (2156 bytes)
    3: ...igh-speed Internet access, IMT-2000 and satellite broadcasting.

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