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Chapter 1 The Television Industry

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on 16 September 2016

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Transcript of Chapter 1 The Television Industry

Chapter 1 The Television Industry - PART 1
Introduction
The Growth of TV Technology
- In 1862 a still picture was transmitted through a wire.
- On April 9, 1927, the 1st moving images were transmitted. (Washington - New York)
- In 1928 the 1st TV station license was issued to Charles Jenkins.
- The 1st presidential speech was transmitted in 1939 by Franklin D. Roosevelt
Evolution of the Industry
1st Generation - Professionals learned together. Process, techniques and technology

2nd Generation - Black and white to color

3rd Generation - More experience and more money. From analog to digital
Areas of TV Production
A. Commercial Broadcast TV
B. Subscriber TV
C. Educational TV
D. Industrial TV
E. Closed Circuit TV
F. Home Video
Areas of TV Production
A. Commercial BROADCAST
Ad- A TV advertisement for a product or service
Broadcast - The TV signal travels through the air from one antenna to another

A Commercial Broadcast Television facility is one that is "for-profit" and sends its signal via a transmission tower through the air

Areas of TV Production
B. Subscriber TV
- Is the fee-for service programming, where customers pay scheduled fees based on the selected programming

- The signal for subscriber tv are transported by satellite transmission, by underground cables, or a combination of both.
Areas of TV Production
C. Educational TV
Tv that aims to inform the public about various topics. This includes tv programming that supports classroom studies and replays classroom sessions.
Areas of TV Production
D. Industrial TV
- TV that communicates relevant information to a specific audience, such as job training videos.
Areas of TV Production
E. Closed Circuit TV
TV where the signal is sent through wires and serves only an extremely small, private predetermined area

Surveillance camera is a type of CCTV primarily used for security purposes
Areas of TV Production
F. Home Video
Videotaped records of family events by someone using a consumer camcorder
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