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The first full decade of radio broadcasting in the United States coincided with the fabled "Jazz Age" or "Roaring Twenties," a period of significant cultural upheaval on both sides of the color line.
Paddy Scannell and David Cardiff have produced an impressive study of the British Broadcasting Corporation during the inter-war years.
NEW YORK -- At the 2007 Digital Media Summit, the fusion of old and new media continued its momentum today as Internet Broadcasting, the nation's largest publisher of TV station web sites, and Pluck[TM] Corporation, a pioneer in social media technologies, announced that Internet Broadcasting has begun distributing blog content from the Pluck BlogBurst Syndication Network[TM] to its broadcast partner web sites.
com/reports/c38005) has announced the addition of Evaluating the Options for Mobile TV and Radio Broadcasting in Europe to their offering.
TOKYO -- NTT Electronics (NEL) has officially begun implementation of its HD MPEG-2 Encoder/Decoder(a) to Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC), one of South Korea's top 3 networks, for use in its broadcast centers.
com/reports/c29547) has announced the addition of 2004-2005 Annual Report on China's Broadcasting Industry to their offering.
The network has been deployed by BT Media and Broadcast on behalf of Meridian, a regional member of ITV, the UK's leading independent national television broadcasting network.
Educational Broadcasting Corporation (EBC), licensee of public television stations Thirteen/WNET and WLIW21 New York, has agreed to acquire all rights to WXEL-TV and WXEL-FM from Barry University in West Palm Beach, Florida.