5 edition of Organization & operation of broadcast stations. found in the catalog.
Organization & operation of broadcast stations.
|LC Classifications||HE8698 .H57|
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|Number of Pages||251|
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Federal oversight of all broadcasting has had two general goals: to foster the commercial development of the industry and to ensure that broadcasting serves the educational and informational needs of the American people. In many respects, the two goals have been quite complementary, as seen in the development of network news operations and in the variety of cultural, educational, and public. The Public and Broadcasting TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction The FCC And Its Regulatory Authority The Communications Act How the FCC Adopts Rules The FCC and the Media Bureau FCC Regulation of Broadcast Radio and Television The Licensing of TV and Radio Stations Commercial and Noncommercial Educational Stations Applications to Build New Stations, Length of License Period.
the public interest standard in television broadcating The federal government's oversight of broadcasting has had two general goals: to foster the commercial development of the industry and to ensure that broadcasting serves the educational and informational needs of Americans. Broadcast stations still remain at the top in terms of audience viewership. According to Nielsen, television programs aired on broadcast networks such as NBC, ABC, and CBS are tuned in by millions of more viewers than programs offered by cable networks.
Radio, sound communication by radio waves, usually through the transmission of music, news, and other types of programs from single broadcast stations to multitudes of individual listeners equipped with radio its birth early in the 20th century, broadcast radio astonished and delighted the public by providing news and entertainment with an immediacy never before thought possible. NPR Revenues. NPR is an independent, non-profit media organization. We are also a membership organization of separately licensed and operated public radio stations .
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Radio Broadcasting oversees the operations within a group of radio stations operated by the organization. These operations include, scheduling advertising spots and attracting advertising clients, producing content to attract new listeners and retain current listeners, identifying programming opportunities, and research on strategies to improve ratings, among other things.
The Organizational Structure of a Television Station. Local television stations are affiliates of networks such as ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox. These stations broadcast local news and magazine shows, network programming, syndicated shows and commercials.
Television stations require the. The station must provide what its audience wants, whether it is news, talk, classical music, or Top 40 programming.
For-profit stations depend on advertising revenue to finance their operation, other than in-house promotions such as sponsored concerts or. • Articulate marketing plans for radio and television stations • Understand the processes and challenges of Outside Broadcasting.
COURSE CONTENT. BROADCAST STATION MANAGEMENT – Management Definition – Station Management – Organizational Structure – Functions, roles, and skills – Importance of an Organizational Structure. A broadcast station is an organization saddled with the responsibilities of disseminating information, ideas, entertainment and news to a large heterogeneous and scattered audience.
FUNCTIONS OF MANAGEMENT IN BROADCAST STATION. A broadcast manager works at either a television station or radio station, managing the day to day operations. Station managers, also known as general managers or general operations managers, work as direct overseers at radio and television stations, which can include hiring, firing, purchasing, accounting.
TELEVISION BROADCASTING, STATION OPERATIONS ANDThe various operations of a television station revolve around the manufacturing and sale of a product, much like any industry; and like any industry, the various departments of the station work both independently and cooperatively to meet its production goals.
In the case of the television station, however, that product is the programming. A newsroom is the central place where journalists—reporters, editors, and producers, associative producers, news anchors, associate editor, residence editor, visual text editor, Desk Head, stingers along with other staffs—work to gather news to be published in a newspaper and/or an online newspaper or magazine, or broadcast on radio, television, or cable.
This handbook helps radio board operators learn more about the broadcasting business from the technical and business side. It covers topics such as FCC rules, technical layout of a typical station and the general responsibilities of a radio operator.
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Participants examined, in particular, issues that arise in the provision of television broadcasting to viewers. The stations started operation in with Radio Continental first.
The organisational structure of both stations is indeed a peculiar one. There is a general organisational structure guiding both the radio and television station. Construction and operation of a radio-broadcasting station designed to promote friendly relations among the nations of the western hemisphere.
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In reality, they operated with two station licenses, but there was only one transmitter and one antenna. Operations management is an area of management concerned with designing and controlling the process of production and redesigning business operations in the production of goods or services. It involves the responsibility of ensuring that business operations are efficient in terms of using as few resources as needed and effective in terms of meeting customer requirements.
Radio stations require high energy on-air personalities but also need behind-the-scenes employees to bring listeners music, news and talk. The corporate structure of a radio station, whether it's commercial or nonprofit, includes managers, salespeople and technical staff whose combined efforts keep a station on the air and fiscally viable.
CPB acts as a guardian of the mission and purposes for which public broadcasting was established. The Board of Directors established the Goals and Objectives to set CPB’s strategic direction. The Goals and Objectives, which are periodically reviewed and updated by the Board, are set forth on the following page.
Regulating Television Michael O'Malley, Associate Professor of History and Art History, George Mason University Introduction. Television was invented in the late s, but didn't become popular until the s. Inabout one million sets were in use: by the.
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