Jlmc 101 Test #2 Question Pool Chapter 5 True/False


Which event led to the Radio Act of 1912? Sinking of the Titanic



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Which event led to the Radio Act of 1912? Sinking of the Titanic

The act that first emphasized that broadcasters did not own their channels but were granted licenses provided they operated in the “public interest, convenience, or necessity” was the Radio Act of 1927

What time period is considered the “golden age” of radio? 30s and 40s
Which radio program panicked listeners on Halloween eve in 1938? “War of the Worlds” by Orsen Welles’s
Which radio program introduced the concept of continuing story lines? Amos ‘n’ Andy
Which of the following technologies caused major changes in the radio industry? Television


The transistor made radio receivers portable
Some of the advantages and disadvantages of FM radio over AM were the following: cleaner sound, allows for experimenting with other formats, less static


Which of the following time blocks are the most important to radio stations today? Morning drive and afternoon drive




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