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Explore our legacy In the early years of the twentieth century, NBC and Universal began creating their extraordinary legacies in the exciting new worlds of motion picture production and distribution, location-based entertainment, and radio and television production and broadcasting.
Today, as one company under the ownership of Comcast, NBCUniversal continues to build on this legacy of quality and innovation. An Industry Is Born Although the first moving pictures date back to the late nineteenth century, the movie industry as a mass entertainment medium didn't truly take off until the second decade of the twentieth.
For the first time, a single entity encompassed all facets of the movie industry: David Sarnoff had envisioned such a service as early aswhen, in a memo to his boss at the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of America, he proposed a broadcast radio network whereby "events of national importance can be simultaneously announced and received," and "baseball scores can be transmitted in the air.
David Sarnoff founds the nation's first permanent radio network, NBC Heralding NBC's arrival, this advertisement appeared in newspapers across the nation.
Created and written by George Frame Brown at microphonethe show revolved around the lives of the residents of Thompkins Corner, a typical small town in America.
Many configurations of notes were used untilwhen NBC settled on the familiar three tones that have become a cultural icon. The G-E-C signal was the first audio service mark, registered with the U.
Patent and Trademark Office on April 4, The Golden Age of Radio Before television, radio was the dominant medium for entertainment, and the most popular source was NBC, which delivered programming to the nation over two networks, the Red and the Blue named for the color of the pencils used by NBC's engineers as they marked the affiliates of the respective networks on a map of the United States.
Universal wins its first Academy Award for Best Picture with All Quiet on the Western Front The acclaimed epic war film is considered to be one of the most realistic portrayals of warfare in the history of cinema.iHeartMedia Monthly Operating Report: September Revenue Up %.As it has been doing while working its way through Chapter 11 reorganization, iHeartMedia files another monthly operating report with the Securities and Exchange Commission..
The leading global broadcaster of live business and financial news and information, reporting directly from the major financial markets around the globe. Archived Podcasts Thursday, June 4th, SEGMENT 1-The guys discuss how TXDOT is spying on your travel habits using Bluetooth, and other government spy tactics. Our Senior Political Advisor Joe Allbaugh joined us to talk about identity theft and the IRS. SEGMENT 2-Troy Kimmel is back! We talk about if the Shoal Creek renovations held up through the flooding. May 9th, – SALUTE TO RADIO MONTH – PART 2. PROGRAM 2: LIGHTS OUT () “The Coffin in Studio B” by Wyllis Cooper. A story within a story offering a look at the behind-the-scenes of radio broadcasting.
This report – for the month of September – notes that revenue was $ million, an increase of % over August’s $ million figure. On August 21, , the Yankees optioned righty reliever Preston Claiborne to the AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.
On August 21, , the Yankees signed free agent shortstop Dan Fiorito. When White Sox pitcher Ted Lyons no-hit the Red Sox, , on August 21, , he .
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May 9th, – SALUTE TO RADIO MONTH – PART 2. PROGRAM 2: LIGHTS OUT () “The Coffin in Studio B” by Wyllis Cooper. A story within a story offering a look at the behind-the-scenes of radio broadcasting.