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Transcript of Television Broadcasting
Broadcasting first began through the telephone and the radio to be able to send a message out to the public. As technology began to advance itself and the television was invented, broadcasting took a giant step forward in order to reach a larger audience along with a new form of entertainment.
What we will talk about
ABC or the American Broadcasting Company is an American media company that owns a commercial broadcast television network. It was founded in 1943 by Louis Blanche and Edward Noble.
Introduction of television broadcasting
Television broadcasting can be defined as the distribution of an audio and video message to an audience that receives it through the medium of a television.
NBC is the oldest major broadcasting Network in the United States and features some of the most popular performers including Al Jolson, Jack Benny, Edgar Bergen, Bob Hope, and Fred Allen
- What is television broadcasting
- How television broadcasting came about
-Major television broadcasting networks
-The future of television broadcasting
NBC or the National Broadcasting Company is an American commercial broadcast television and radio network. Its headquarters is located in New York City's Rockefeller Center. It was founded by David Sarnoff on November 15, 1926.
In 1953 colored television became the new trend in the entertainment world.
Current NBC series hits include Sunday Night Football, The Voice, Revolution and Chicago Fire.
Walt Disney and ABC joined partnership in 1954 as Walt wanted ABC to invest $500,000 and guarantee 4.5 million in additional loans to help finance the Disneyland park.
ABC began to explode with success in the 1970's as Monday Night Football, Good Morning America and others lead the way to increasing their audience size.
CBS was first known as the Columbia Broadcasting System (1928-1974) as a radio broadcasting network.
CBS made the smooth transition to television in the 1940s.
In 1974 it adopted the name CBS Inc. In 1997 it was bought and changed to what most know it now as the CBS Corporation.
Early Shows on CBS
During the 50s and 60s CBS Television was known as the "Tiffany Network" because it showed high quality and sophistication in its dramatic programs such as...
Studio One (1948–58)
Playhouse 90 (1956–61)
The Ed Sullivan Show
The Andy Griffith Show (1960–68)
The Beverly Hillbillies (1962–71)
Shows in the 70s
By 1970 CBS had an audience that was perceived as old and "rural" so in the 1970s the network ushered in a new era of progressive, cutting-edge entertainment with groundbreaking sitcoms such as...
All in the Family (1971-1979)
The news division as made strides during the 70s with Walter Cronkite being known as the "most trusted man in America"
While the TV newsmagazine 60 minutes dominated sunday night ratings and is still going strong today.
20th and 21st century shows
The Late Show w/David Letterman (1993-present)
Survivor ( 2000-present)
CBS’s most valuable television property was... CSI: Crime Scene Investigation franchise including...
CSI: Miami (2002-present)
CSI: New York (2004-present)
Cold Case (2003–10)
Without a Trace (2002–09)
The Fox Broadcasting Company is an American commercial broadcasting television network that is owned by the Fox Entertainment Group division of 21st Century Fox.
It launched on October 9, 1986 as the fourth television network.
First Show on Fox
The first program to air was a late-night talk show, The Late Show, which debuted on October 9, 1986 and was hosted by Joan Rivers.
FOX adds Football
In 1993, Fox lured the NFL away from CBS. Where Fox signed a multi-million dollar contract to broadcast the NFC.
Popular Shows on FOX Today
The Bernie Mac Show
Malcolm in the Middle
Most Popular Show
American Idol: started in 2002 and has aired for 13 seasons.
The Future of Broadcasting
The future of technological innovation in digital television broadcasting is alive and well. New services for broadcast beyond HDTV, multicasting and mobile DTV are in the process of being developed. The first step in that process is developing technical standards. These standards will address the technical specifications needed for applications and services to consumers.