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1 A Pictorial Story

2 In the beginning…there was radio! Before there was TV…there was just radio. Very different than todays radio Mostly entire shows…like a TV show Entertainment for most people Family affair

3 Considered the inventor of TV Farmer/inventor He is credited with using a tube that scanned electrons which made of millions of dots which in turned made a picture.

4 Amber Wingo Kelby Nichols PM class 1940s & 1950s Amber Wingo and Kelby Nichols PM

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6 The first telecast was introduced at the 1939 Worlds Fair. It was a speech by Franklin D. Roosevelt. The first live TV show with an audience was Truth or Consequences, which aired on NBC TV in 1941.

7 The first TVs were black & white Only 15 hrs/week of shows News was read from a script

8 While TV did not begin in Almost stopped during WWII, but became very popular after war because people had money!

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10 This is the First Color TV. It was $895 dollars which is over $7,000 today's money

11 TV really took off in the 1950s Still only 4 to 5 channels to watch Programming in afternoon & evenings 1 st color TV came out in 1954 TV shows represented the culture

12 First cartoon series that appealed to adults and children First show that ever showed a toilet on TV

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14 Laws in the 1940s & 1950s FCC created in 1934 ( Federal Communications Commission) There was a need for regulation. Stations now had to have a license to operate. Set the laws for all media. Still in operation today. FCC created in 1934 ( Federal Communications Commission) There was a need for regulation. Stations now had to have a license to operate. Set the laws for all media. Still in operation today.. FCC assigned TV stations.

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16 Like all federal agencies, the Department of Justice (DOJ) generally is required under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to disclose records requested in writing by any person. However, agencies may withhold information pursuant to nine exemptions and three exclusions contained in the statute.

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20 First Satellite Live TV Transmission The Edge of Night became TVs First 30 minute soap opera First Audio Cassette Invention of the Videodisc First form of internet VCR invented Neil Armstrong becomes first man to walk on the moon

21 The Andy Griffith Show Walt Disneys Wonderful World of Color Lassie Candid Camera Bewitched The Beverley Hillbillies Batman

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23 Lots and lots of laws Limits how many stations a company can own Imposed fines for improper language Lots and lots of laws Limits how many stations a company can own Imposed fines for improper language

24 FCC v Pacifica (FCC v George Carlin) Supreme Court rules 5-4 (Stevens, Burger, Rehnquist, Blackmun, Powell ) in favor of FCC. Dissenting justices: Brennan, Stewart, White and Marshall. Court basically says "S**t, piss, f**k, c**t, c**ksucker, motherf**ker and tits" are "indecent," and the FCC can ban them from radio & TV during hours when children might hear them. (7 Dirty Words)

25 1970 The floppy disk was invented The LCD display screen was invented Word processor invented The first video game Pong was played Cell phones & Walkman invented

26 Televisions in the 1970s had a variety of price ranges, and the more expensive ones were in color. Black and White Tabletop range: $65-$154 Black and White Console range: $230-$260 Color Tabletop: $260-$590 Color Console: $360-$850 Still want to buy a TV???

27 1975- Home Box Office, or HBO, the first commercial cable network, is transmitted by Time, inc Western Union launches the first communications satellite, Westar Satellite distribution for television begins More than 75% of TV equipped homes are able to receive color TV.

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29 Most Cameras were priced around $20k - $55k

30 Television Zenith, 25 color $599

31 1971 – 1 st VCR War between VHS & Beta Consumers didnt like Beta so VHS won. The professional world went on to use Beta for years…still being used. It is the better tape format.

32 In the 70s, Billy Crystal was the 1 st person to play a major character who was gay, named Jody Dallas. Brady Bunch introduced 3 words: Oh, my nose! All in the Family aired the 1 st flushing toilet, & woman nearly raped.

33 (World Cup) (Legendary News Anchor Auditions for SportsCenter. ) ESPN reached 57 million households, making it the most successful basic cable channel show.

34 Pushed the envelope Changed types of shots Originally…just about the music

35 The show Happy Days recovered from mediocre ratings after its debut on January 15, 1974 and became one of the most popular programs of the late 1970s. And it survived until mid an astonishing ten and a half years. In 1980, the Smithsonian Museum of American History honored the series' role in America's popular-culture history by putting one of the Fonz's leather jackets on display. "Happy Days" was set in the 1950s in Milwaukee, the heart of middle-class America, and told the story of the Cunningham family.

36 Wheel of Fortune- hosted by Chuck Wollary and Susan Stafford. Family Feud debut hosted by Richard Dawson. Hollywood Squares came out. Jeopardy!- Art Fleming was the host, the game had some differences form todays game. Make Me Laugh- Comedians take turns trying to make contestants laugh. The Newlywed Game- very popular. The Price is Right- with Bob Barker in 1972.

37 1970 featured Coca-Colas Id Like to Teach the World to Sing Coca-Cola goes on to sell millions of records of the non-commercial version of the popular jingle. watch?v=1Ll3O96FQN4 watch?v=1Ll3O96FQN4 (Doritos) /watch?v=nEqKOB M-oIohttp://youtube.com /watch?v=nEqKOB M-oIo (Levis) atch?v=efYDRGVffN Yhttp://youtube.com/w atch?v=efYDRGVffN Y (Pepsi)

38 Recognize these? Surprisingly they were around back in the 70s. Here are a few commercials advertising McDonalds, the delicious Kool-aid, and the fun family game Trouble.

39 Dodge Charger 500 made a commercial to advertise their product, but the commercial was banned for being to provocative.

40 Congress bans all cigarettes advertising on TV & Radio Stations. The broadcast business lost over $220 Millions in advertising.

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42 Created By: Liza Fonseca Animations By: Michael Arthurs Music By: The atles Edited By: Mercedee s Roberts

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44 Launched in late 70s but really took off in the 80s. In the beginning…designed to rebroadcast networks for people that couldnt get good reception. Early 80s MTV, ESPN and CNN changed TV as we know it today.

45 The VCR market exploded Movie Rental companies start Film industry afraid people would stop going to the movies

46 Tabletop TV – $500 Betamax – $2495

47 Camcorders took the world by storm in the 1980s Before the camcorder… the VCR and camera were 2 separate pieces

48 1 st HDTV Handheld Cameras

49 The A-TeamCheers

50 Soap Operas Music Videos Wham! - Wake Me Up Before You Go Go

51 Talk Shows Family Comedies

52 Prime Time Dramas Movies on TV

53 FCC decides to deregulate TV Congress and the FCC expanded the number of TV stations Extended TV licenses to 5 years Violence on TV grows as a result of the deregulation

54 YouTube - Who Shot JR

55 Public demands that television be better regulated, due to much more content being released through cable It wont be until the mid-nineties when actions are made to warn viewers of graphic and suggestive content in television

56 First BlockBuster Cell phones get smaller First lingerie commercial with real women CNN first 24 hour TV program

57 The FOX network began CNN was the first channel to offer 24 hour new coverage Home Shopping Network begins

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59 HD broadcasting INVENTIONS: Kodaks Photo CDs Digital Cameras

60 The first reality TV show was The Real World Cops (an early form of the reality TV show) aired in the 1990s as well

61 Study shows that children between the ages of watch 3 to 4 hours of television daily. Over 60 percent of those programs contain some form of violence.

62 YouTube - School Violence School Shootings on TV Columbine Texas Tech In 1996, the TV industry decided to display ratings of the programs FCC thinking of stepping in and regulating TV, again. FCC thinking of stepping in and regulating TV, again. V-Chip comes to give parents control. Didnt really take off.

63 Hit Childrens Shows: Barney, Arthur, Sesame Street, Clifford the Big Red Dog YouTube - Sesame Street: Ocean Emotion

64 1 st kiss between 2 Lesbians On Relativity (set bar for future) 5 yrs later tons of shows depict homosexuality TV Keeps Pushing the Envelope

65 The Simpsons Sex in the City Seinfeld Fresh Prince

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67 Digital portable devices changing the way we watch TV DVR becomes popular Advertisers working harder to audience

68 FCC cracks down after the Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction during Super bowl. CBS fined $550,000 FCC fines other stations for infractions Most networks use 7 second delay for live broadcasts FCC Firm On Super Bowl Indecency Fine - CBS News

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71 Streaming Video Download video to ipods Watch shows on internet Almost all shows incorporate internet into show Public becomes part of the show DVR changes our viewing habits

72 Streaming Video Download video to ipods Watch shows on internet Almost all shows incorporate internet into show Public becomes part of the show

73 DVR comes alive Video on demand changes our TV viewing Advertisers work hard to get us to watch their ads

74 HDTV comes alive Production world goes digital…tape is dying VHS dies…Blu Ray takes over Now there is 3-D TV!

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