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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,
anized media — phonograph, telephone, radio, sound film, and television — and
made available a virtually complete record of the sights, sounds, arts, and culture
of modern society. Preservation by recording is in itself not a creative art but a ...
ogie de la radio-television, 2nd ed. (1965); george comstock et ai, Television and
Human Behavior (1978), a summary of research findings; lidia de rita, / contadini
e la television (1964), on the impact of television on an agricultural community; ...
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