Broadcast and Cable TV

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Please answer ONE of the following essay questions:

1. What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of syndicated radio
programming? How does the Telecommunications Act of 1996 contribute to the proliferation of such programs?

2. Discuss some of the similarities and differences between broadcast and cable television. Consider issues such as history and development, technology, regulation, financial support and programming in your answer.

3. How does the film industry act as an oligopoly today? Discuss some of the ways Hollywood movie studios earn a profit on the films they produce.

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School: Duke University

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March 13, 2019
Essay question 2
Broadcast versus Cable TV
Broadcast television is a television system where signals are transmitted via broadcasting.
This system was invented in the 1940s in a bid to broaden the number of people who can access
the system in order to market their sponsors’ commodities. Examples of broadcasting TV
stations include CBS, PDS and ...

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