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Transcript: -There will be more adversting IN the TV shows since commercials don't reach as many people such as the actor drinking a Diet Coke. -Advertising will come from actresses and actors depending on how famous they are. -TV will become even more influential on consumer culture because of the different brands of clothing, jewelry, and other accessories that will be advertised in TV shows. Radio Background Info INTERNET RADIO -Pandora/Spotify -Can be plugged into an auxiliary chord in your car -All of the playlists are customizable -More companies like Pandora and Spotify will come into play -To pay royalties to artists, you will have to have a monthly subscription -ADVERTISEMENTS -depending on how much you pay the amount of advertisements you will hear. -Pay more-less advertisements, Pay less- more advertisements Types of Movies -Disney -Warner Bros -RKO Moving towards all online with paid subscriptions Articles/issues sent directly to e-mail Newspaper websites will limit the number of online articles non subscribers will be able to access. More newspapers will begin offering apps. Advertisers will place ads on newspaper websites. -AM was the signal that they started with, but the signal was too weak to go through buildings. -Fm signals appeared after World War II.-could go through buildings, more reliable signal but could not travel as far -FM started to be used more than AM Channels Future for Media Studios 1. empathy resonance 2. fight or flight -films made with middle class scenarios "American Dream" -watched 3 movies a week -TV took over movie frame -Movie industries create TV shows to avoid bankruptcy -$ from renting/selling DVDs Advertising on Radio FM/AM -In 1922 Westinghouse began advertising on radio -After this advertising on radio became more common. -Different companies took part in this. Strictly analog system Requires large upfront and production: Building Writers Supplies Delivery -TV influenced consumer culture through big advertising efforts to middle class. -Because of cable tv, advertising became more specific to the different channels and programs to fit the niche of people who were interested in certain products. Movies in the Future -moving to online, websites with ads, more commercials -movie theaters regulate what they show -new ways to produce movies=less special effects -continue remaking old movies -more stories from media ideas (biographies) -ratings will change= PG-13 will include more -Redbox may move online -Netflix "premium" to get newer movies 1880-Marconi sent out the first radio transmission signal 1912- The Wireless Radio Act-Titanic 1914- Fessenden sends the first voice transmission on Christmas Eve 1916- used radio for battle field communications 1958- most Americans had black and white television sets with two channels, NBC and CBS 1965- people were watching 5 or more hours of television daily 1970-ABC network began to emerge and Ted Turner created cable tv 1980-people were able to access thousands of different programming because of cable tv 1900-movies began 1920-movie industry 1930-sound 1940-everyone had VHF Movie Background Info -TV will gravitate towards internet tv such as Apple TV and Smart TVs. -TV shows will stream straight to Netflix or Hulu because people already just record the shows they want to watch-giving the TV shows a bad rating and hurting advertisers. -There will be even more reality TV because it is cheaper than comedies and dramas. -Cable TV channels will play more and more reruns. -There will also be more commercials on cable TV which will only make people want to switch to the internet TVs. -More and more channels will make mobile apps for phones. -Emergency broadcast systems will have to transfer to internet TV so everyone can be aware of emergencies maybe based on your location through your wifi. Television Background Info Television in the Future Newspaper in the Future -In 1970s,Ted Turner came up with idea so broadcast signals could get to people through the ground that couldn't get in through the air. -He created cheap programming that turned into the cable tv network (CNN, Weather Channel) -By 1980s, cable tv had taken over. Movies continued Newspaper Background Info Cable Television SATELLITE RADIO -In the future Satellite radio will become the most well known radio service-like FM is now -Sirius XM radio is the main satellite radio stations today -The service is provided by three strong satellite towers that give out a signal to the cars that pay for the radio service-no ads -In the future we think that FM and AM radios will become almost non existent and that satellite radio will take over the radio game. -Now almost all cars do come with satellite radio capabilities. -In the future every new car you buy will come with satellite radio-comes with a free 90 day trial to get people interested -More satellite radio comes-Sirius XM is almost a monopoly -ADVERTISING- usually there are no advertisements on satellite radio so advertisers will have

Radio Presentation

Transcript: 4 September 2017 Bush Radio Presentation Devon Naidoo History of Radio Broadcasting in South Africa History of Radio Broadcasting in South Africa History of Community Radio History of Community Radio 1946 During 1946 in the United States, Lewis Hill, a radio news broadcaster established the Pacifica Foundation dedicated to peace and justice reporting. 1946 1948 – 1950 Radio broadcasting was utilised as an instrument of political communication across Europe. For example, many pro-communist and anti-communist groups broadcast over the air. 1948 – 1950 1950 – 1960 Wildfire Period of community radio Pro-communist and anti-communist groups were increasing and were operating underground stations to capture the airwaves was developed in isolation. 1950 – 1960 Wildfire Period of community radio 1970 – 1980 Solidarity While the 1950s – 1960s saw the appearance of local community broadcasting networks, the next period extended across the 1970s–1980s and signified a new era of ‘Solidarity’ in the history of community radio. 1970 – 1980 Solidarity History of Community Radio in South Africa History of Community Radio in South Africa 1990 Community radio started in the year 1990, it has become increasing popular, especially in rural communities. 1990 1993 The community radio division was officially formed in 1993 by a parliamentary Act – Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) Act. 1993 1994 The IBA started distributing community stations with temporarily 12-month licenses to broadcast. 1994 1996 South Africa’s regulations for Community Radio allowed four year licensing. 1996 History of Bush Radio History of Bush Radio 1980 The concept of Rush Radio started in the 80’s as community and alternative media producers’ collaborated ideas for media that could be utilised for social upliftment. 1980 1992 This year marked the official birth of Bush Radio. After numerous attempt for a gaining a broadcast license by the Apartheid government, the decision was made to broadcast illegally. The apartheid government retaliated by confiscating equipment and to charge and arrest Chairperson of the Board, Mervyn Swarts, and the Co-ordinator, Edric Gorfinkel by law. 1992 1994 The Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) was established after the first democratic election in 1994 to regulate broadcasting in South Africa. 1994 1994 - 2006 Bush Radio was given a temporary one-year license on the frequency 89.5FM which was shared with another station. July 2002 – Bush Radio was issued with a permanent four year community radio license and another license in 2006. 1994 - 2006 GOAL GOAL KPI KPI + 13,5 M 18,5 % TARGET MARKET TARGET MARKET STRATEGY TIMELINE #1 #2 #3 #4 STRATEGY FOCUS TOPICS FOCUS TOPICS #1 #2 #3 FINANCIAL PROJECTION 10M Q1 12M Q2 18M Q3 12M Q4 NOW 8M FINANCIAL PROJECTION • It is community space for people to meet and collaborate. • It’s fun, engaging and empowering. Participants find it extraordinarily satisfying. • Community radio gives citizens an opportunity to I’ll the voids left by the consolidation of radio station ownership among a handful of big media corporations. S What makes community radio unique? What makes community radio unique?

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Transcript: 14th Week Consulting interns can be expensive Time and Money Personal Experience Preliminary Design Stage NFPA 101 and NFPA 13 New and Existing Education, Business, and Mercantile Definition of Project This app would be used to provide interns and recent graduates with an outline of guidelines for how to design and review designs of specific occupancies. With the given time frame, I will be writing the information that will go into the app Begin parametric study: Speak with my mentor and Jason to understand more about what critical variables I could concentrate on for this app. Choose those parameters and begin my study Gather information from NFPA 101 and NFPA 13 for new and existing education, business, and mercantile occupancies. By: Breanne Thompson Next Steps (Continued) Finish preparing for Draft of Analysis Pull together and discuss results of project Draw my conclusions and state future work needed Turn in Final Paper! 10th and 11th Week Turn in my parametric study Begin draft of analysis Map out the process of the app for the key elements 15th Week References Next Steps 7th Week Prepare for Final Presentation Summarize my draft of analysis into presentation Work on how to incorporate a live demonstration for my presentation App Development Background Information 8th-9th Week Continuous Process Objective-C for Apple products Java for Android products 6 months of studying Places to Learn: Codecademy, iOS Dev Center, Android Developers Training Hire App Developer will cost thousands Prepare Final Paper Dive into Shark Tank! 1. 2. 6th Week Background Presentation 12th-13th Week

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Transcript: Real action and accountability Amnesty International Non-state actors/ Rebel Groups?? ...and what about men?? ignoring male rape victims? would rape exist without a man? Weapons of War: Rape UN as an Arena - NGO's - Discussion and dialogue Arena Instrument Actor Critical Thinking Weapons of War: Rape UN as an instrument UNSC Resolution 1820 (2008) UN as an Actor - UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict Weapons of War: Rape Problems with 1820 "Roles and Functions of International Organizations" "Sexual violence, when used as a tactic of war in order to deliberately target civilians or as a part of a widespread or systematic attack against civilian populations, can significantly exacerbate situations of armed conflict and may impede the restoration of international peace and security… effective steps to prevent and respond to such acts of sexual violence can significantly contribute to the maintenance of international peace and security" (UNSC Resolution 1820, p. 2)" Background Presentation- Kristin Mann Weapons of War: Rape Brief Insight - used to manipulate social control - destabilize communities - weaken ethnic groups and identities Examples: - Sudanese Militia - Rwanda Genocide - DRC Critical Thinking Critical Thinking Increased Data Collection by international organizations - determine humanitarian responses - ensures justice and reparation - provides recognition and dignity

Radio Presentation

Transcript: Radio Work performed by: Guilherme Pires – nº6 – 11º R/B A Rafael Pires – nº10 – 11º R/B A Ana Beatriz – nº1 – 11º R/B A Ana Manuel – nº1 – 11º C/P A The first broadcasting experiences were made by Marconi in 1894. In Portugal, in the year 1923 was created the portuguese society of amateurs wireless telephony, forerunner of the radios of today. In Portugal the experiences with this new medium began in the 20s of the last century. In 1935 was born the national broadcasting broadcaster, current Antena 1. A year later, the experimental emissions of radio renaissance began. After the revolution of 25 April 1974, all radios in Portugal are nationalized, with the exception of Radio Renascença. In 1976 the national broadcaster is called Radio Diffusion Portuguesa (RDP).Since then many other radios have been created in Portugal, and have also been occupying an important place in Internet broadcasts. 1894-first antenna created; 1899-first connection that crosses the channel stain. 1901-First experiences with wireless telegraphy in Portugal. 1906-First trans-Atlantic transmission. 1908-First Call with voice. 1912-government contact with the Marconi campaign. 1923-The Portuguese Society of Amateurs of wireless telephony (T.S. F) is founded 1933-The first radiophilic associations are born. 1935-The National radio station (current Antenna 1) is born. 1936-Experimental broadcasts of Radio Renascença. 1974-"And After the Farewell" and "Grândola Vila Morena" pass on the radio. 1975-The radios in Portugal are nationalized, with the exception of Radio Renascença. 1976-The national broadcaster is now called Radio Diffusion Portuguesa (RDP). Antenna 2 is created. 1977-The "Pirate radios" propagate in Portugal. 1987-RFM inaugurated. 1988-Start of regular emissions from TSF. 1994-Antena 3 is born. 1998-The Internet radios are vulgarized. Finaly years 80-legalized pirate radios. 2011-Antena 3 launches two new online radios: Rock and dance. The history of radio has undergone several processes to date, one of the first processes was performed by Michael Faraday when he discovered, in England, the principle of electromagnetic induction in 1831. In Scotland, in 1863, James Clerk Maxwell mathematically demonstrated the probable existence of electromagnetic waves reinforcing the theory of other scientist. In Germany in 1887, a device where the displacement and sparks were checked through the air, thus achieving electric power between two points without using wires. In this way Hertz proved, experimentally Maxwell's theory, that electricity travels from the atmosphere in wave form, also verified that these waves were moving at the speed of light. Later, the first radio system was invented by Nikola Tesla, who greatly contributed to the discovery of the radio from a practical and experimental point of view. In 1894, Guglielmo Marconi, in order to improve the radio system, built a receiving antenna that captured signs of Morse alphabet. In 1896 Marconi demonstrated the run of its emission and receptions devices in England. Oliver Lodge in England and Ernest Branly in France invented the coesor, a device that improved the detection of waves. Oliver Lodge sometime after inventing the coesor, invented the tuned electrical, which allows the change of station, and selects the desired frequence. Butit was possible with the appearance of the three-element valve, called the triode, which was developed by Lee de Forest in the USA in 1906. In 1919 it also emerged the microphone, through the amplification of the characteristics od the nozzle of the phone, performed by engineers of the westinhouse factory. His project was continued and developed by Américo dos Santos who founded the first radio, with the name of Radio Grace, in Lisbon. In May 1930 the port was carried the first station in the north, called Sound radio. In the second world War, the radio took on an important role, being the only means of communication that could reach everyone. In wartime and with the houses destroyed, the radio was the cheapest way for citizens to obtain information about the state of war. In RFM you can hear "RFM emission online"; RFM eighty ";" RFM THE ROCK "; "RFM DANCEFLOOR"; "RFM PACIFIC OCEAN". The frequencies of RFM in Santarém, Portugal are: 91.7 FM (ninety-one score seven) 93.2 FM (ninety-three score two) 101.1 FM (one hundred one score one) 106.8 FM (one hundred six score eight) RFM talks about: Information Weather Traffic On the RFM website there is the option of podcasts. Podcasts is where listeners can hear songs they haven't heard during the day or want to hear again. The Top twenty-five of the RFM is the list of songs preferred by the Portuguese. You can vote on the songs we want to hear on Sunday between 18p.m. and 20p.m.. RfM programs are: Breakfast – Open during the week from 7am to 10am. José Coimbra – Open during the week from 10am to 13p.m My boss is cool – Friday from 10am and last all weekend. You

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