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Statistics on radio and television, 1950-1960.

Unesco. Statistical Division.

Statistics on radio and television, 1950-1960.

by Unesco. Statistical Division.

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Published by UNESCO in [Paris] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radio broadcasting -- Statistics.,
  • Television broadcasting -- Statistics.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreStatistics.
    SeriesUnesco. Statistical reports and studies, Unesco. Document, ST/S/8, Statistical reports and studies., [Document] (Unesco) ;, ST/S/8.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS4.U8 A15 ST/S/8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination87 p.
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5876786M
    LC Control Number63006382
    OCLC/WorldCa728613

    Since “talking pictures” first became popular in the early s, Hollywood has embraced the pageantry of the musical. One of the greatest musicals of the decade is Singin’ in the Rain, which is itself about actors making the transition from silent movies to sound Kelly’s iconic dance sequence while singing the title song is one of the most memorable scenes in Hollywood   The ever-thorny issue of the ethics and practice of capital punishment has fuelled several partly or entirely s-set dramas, including 10 Rillington Place (), Let Him Have It () and Pierrepoint (). But this film about Ruth Ellis, who in became the last woman to be legally hanged in Britain, just about edges it for its star-making casting and its overall emotional ://

    CUARTERO How television archives reach younger audiences through social networks - the case of regional television of andalusia (rtva) and spanish radio and television (rtve) 1. HOW TELEVISIONARCHIVES REACHYOUNGERAUDIENCES THROUGHSOCIAL NETWORKS:the case ofRegional Television of Andalusia (RTVA) andSpanish Radio and Television Corporation (RTVE Like radio broadcasters, television broadcasters operated under the authority of the FCC, the Federal Communications Commission. The FCC was established by Franklin Roosevelt with the assumption that the airwaves, the broadcast "bandwidth," belonged to the people, much in the same way as, for example, federal forest land belongs to the

      () UNESCO, Statistics on Radio and Television, , pp. Despite the considerable methodological difficulties involved in compiling receiver data, the figures reveal the immense gap In radio ownership between the Global North and Global South. North Americans alone possessed 93 million radios, or 51 percent of the world's ://+missions. Find ss Textbooks at up to 90% off. Plus get free shipping on qualifying orders $25+. Choose from used and new textbooks or get instant access with eTextbooks and digital ://


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Statistics on radio and television, 1950-1960 by Unesco. Statistical Division. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Statistics on radio and television, [Paris] UNESCO [] (OCoLC) Online version: Unesco. Statistical Division. Statistics on radio and television, [Paris] UNESCO [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors   No.

29 Statistics on radio and television broadcasting (Paris, ) No. 30 - Compendium of statistics on illiteracy. Compendium des statistiques relatives a l'analphabetisme Compendio de estadisticas relativas al analfabetismo.

(Paris, ) No. 31 Compendium of   One of the most popular products in the s was the TV. At the start of the decade, there were about 3 million TV owners; by the end of it, there were 55 million, watching shows from stations. The average price of TV sets dropped from about $ in to $ in   FM radio began to emerge, with Top 40 one of the first successful formats, but the genre's reputation was harmed in the late s-around the same time as 1950-1960.

book quiz show scandals-due to   These are the sources and citations used to research The Kennedy Assassination's Effect on Television as a Form of Media. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Wednesday, Octo Kennedy Assassination's Effect on.

Facts About Music of the 50s. By: Alex Cosper Updated Septem but was first used to describe a musical genre by Cleveland radio disc jockey Alan Freed in the early s. Early rock 'n' roll songs include "Rocket 88" by Ike Turner and "Shake, Rattle & Roll" by Big Joe Turner.

"The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits," by Joel Vintage Cartoons features public domain animation submitted by Internet Archive Users.

Here, you can enjoy early black & white cartoons of the 's, 's, ?&sort=-downloads&page=3. 1950-1960. book Zealand’s first non-experimental television transmission went to air on 1 June To mark five decades of TV, in we presented five snapshots of Kiwi TV history.

Explore pre experiments, TV news, music shows and modern election coverage - and discover how our own history has been showcased on the small screen. Read the full The decade before brought World War II, the beginning of the Cold War, and the dawn of the atomic decade after brought disaster in Vietnam and an explosive counterculture among young people in home.

But the s. The Eisenhower era. Sandwiched in between some of the most dramatic periods in U.S. history, it's easy to think of the '50s as a bore, a time when very little happened in   Women in film: no improvement since the s Female characters are fewer, younger and deemed more attractive than male, study finds // s Movies: What Did People Watch.

The movie industry in the s was under attack by a new foe: television. Home theater systems kept people in their homes and the cost of making a blockbuster movie rose sharply in the :// THE S: MEDIA PERSUASION. Expenditures almost doubled on the HEC’s smoking campaign in the early s after a further RCP report inSmoking and Health Now, and a reconstitution of the HEC sion campaigns and press advertising were areas of growth.

£ was spent in – and £ in – Research also became more important in the design and The color TV buying public was buying them so fast manufacturers had difficulty keeping up. Keep reading below for detail on each year, fromlisting the most popular s-era television shows. Top 10 s TV Shows.

What were the most popular TV shows in the s. The most-watched television shows, from towere: Gunsmoke correspondence and publications of Burton Paulu (collection #2).

NAEB proposal to the Agency for International Development for the Nigerian education and radio and television project. Media History Digital Library. TV Guide - Chicago (Octo ) Media History Digital Library.

Created on. March 25 ?&sort=-publicdate&page=4. With more and more American families owning televisions, manufacturers now had a new way to sell their products, and the television commercial was born.

By lateover companies had bought television broadcast time for advertising. Bysponsors were leaving radio for television at an unstoppable :// If you could introduce a teenager from the s to a teenager living in the yearthe teenager from the '50s would probably be amazed at the wealth of entertainment options available to the Broadcasting in Japan: the twentieth century journey from radio to multimedia / [NHK].

HE J3 B76 50 years of Japanese broadcasting / [edited by History Compilation Room, Radio & TV Culture Research Institute, Nippon Hoso Kyokai ; with the cooperation of The Mainichi Newspapers].

Facts about Britain at work in the Fifties The postwar years were a period of great change in the working lives of many Britons, as the BBC Two Documentary, The British at Work, ://   Houses were generally now fitted with central heating, making the TV the focus of the room, rather than the fireplace.

Social conventions relaxed considerably in the s, and the family living room now had to provide for activities like homework, watching television, eating and :// In the s and s, the bumper crop of children born after World War II, known collectively as the baby boomers, grew into teenagers and young the largest single generation up until that point in American history, the baby boomers had a tremendous effect /s-america/a/popular-culture-and-mass-media-cnx.

Damon Wayans (American comedian and actor.);Tisha Campbell-Martin (American actress and singer.);My wife and kids (Television program) Less Common terms and phrases?id=8cMDAAAAMBAJ.Proceedings of the IEEE through years: [scanning our past] Statistics on Radio and Television, –, Paris,pp.

81– [Online]. American network television and talk radio, and the threat of the Federal Communications Commission imposing large fines on net-works, making it increasingly difficult to debate issues freely or to offer oppositional views to George W.

Bush’s Republican administration. Given the widespread dissent from the film industry to Bush’s