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Broadcasting Broadcasting is the transmission of radio and television programs
that are intended for general public reception, as distinguished from private
signals that are directed to specific receivers. In its most common form,
Drama. Radio and television drama is not best produced in a theatre; the nature
of the studio is therefore different. Early radio drama was produced in a relatively
small studio, often with a single microphone, just as early television plays were ...
All state organizations have a First Radio service on medium wave, supported by
FM. Five have a Second, Third, and Fourth Radio service on FM, and the
Cologne group has a Fifth. Berlin has an AM channel, as well as FM for each of
its three ...
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