The History of Broadcasting

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The History of Broadcasting2017-09-07T07:41:46+00:00

The History of Broadcasting

1. In what city was North America's very first full-time commercially licensed radio station?
2. Which of the following was one of the first TV programs to be broadcast in stereo via TV sound?
3. In the days when analogue TV was common, it was impossible to play a videocassette recorded in North America in Europe.
4. At one time, FM stations broadcast programming on their subcarriers that could not be received by ordinary radios.
5. A 1 kHz sound used by both radio and television stations to align the levels of all audio equipment is called what?
6. In the United States, 'W' and 'K' are used at the beginning of call signs to indicate a station's location.
7. 'Trucking' a camera means that it is moving in which direction?
8. With stereo audio, it is possible for one channel to have a polarity differential called being 'out of phase'.
9. An audio cable consisting of three-pin connectors for a balanced signal is called what?
10. In the days of analogue video production, it was necessary to synchronize all of the video components so the frame rates and phase matched. What was this system called?

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