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Broadcasting can be describe as the distribution of audio and / or video, or other messages to a dispersed public through any electronic media, but usually by means of the electromagnetic spectrum (radio waves) in the model of one too many. Broadcasting started with the AM radio, which came into popular use in the 1920s, with the expansion of the radio transmitter and the receiver vacuum tubes. Previously, all forms of electronic communication (radio, telegraph and telephone) were at the start, one to one, with a message to one recipient. The term “broadcasting”, taken from the farming methods of planting seeds in the field by casting them widely about was invented by KDKA director Frank Conrad RCA historian George Clark In 1920 to differentiate this new activity of “one-to-many”; communication; a sole station broadcasting to multiple listeners.
Over the air broadcasting is usually linked with television and radio although in recent years, radio and television transmission began to be distributed by cable (cable TV). The receiving parties may include the entire public or relatively small subset; the fact is that anyone with the necessary receiving equipment and technology e.g. radio or television set) will receive a signal. The Field of broadcasting services includes both government-managed services such as public radio, private commercial radio, public television and community radio, commercial television and public television. The Federal regulations of the United States, title 47, section 97, defines Broadcasting as the transmission aimed for reception by the public, either directly or relayed. Private or two-way telecommunications transmissions are not eligible under this definition.) For example, citizen band and amateur Radio operators are not allowed to broadcast. as defined,” broadcasting” and transmitting “are not the same.
Transmission of television and radio programs from radio or television stations to the home receiver by radio waves is referred to as “over the air” (OTA) or terrestrial broadcasting and in most countries require a license to broadcast, Transmission using a cable or wire such as cable television or a cable (which also rebroadcasts OTA stations with their consent) are also considered broadcast, but does not necessarily require a permit (although in some countries, a license is required). In the 2000s, television shows and radio programs via digital streaming technology is increasingly called the broadcasting and, although strictly speaking this is incorrect.
Originally, the entire broadcasting consists of analog signals using analog transmission techniques, but in 2000, the media have changed to digital signals using digital transmission. Generally broadcasting frequently refers to the dissemination of information and entertainment programming from several sources to the general public.
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