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The radio is a way of comunication based in sending audio sings.
History: The inventor was Aleksandr Stepanovich Popov. In 1887 Heinrich Hertz discovered the radio waves.
Periodistics kinds There were: 1- the article 2- the chronicles 3- the comment 4-the editorial 5-the interview 6-the gathering 7-the debate 8-the wedge 9-the sport 10- the summary
Not periodistics kinds: There were: 1- radiotheatre. 2- transmision of the music.
THE MOST ANCIENT RADIO:
A RADIO OF THE YEARS 80:
RADIO OF THE YEARS 2000:
RADIO OF NOW:
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Radio Made by Polina Khrestuykhina Form 8 “B”. Radio in Russia Alexander Popov is a Russian physicist, one of the inventors of the radio. He showed his.
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A radio is the transmission of signals by modulation of electromagnetic waves with frequencies below these of visible light.
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The radio invention.
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Objectives To be able to understand how radio was invented and by who To gain an understanding of how radio has developed over the centuries and the difference.
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THE TELEVISION TV. SUMMARY ● Page 1: The Television Page 1: The Television ● Page 3: What Is The Television? Page 3: What Is The Television? ● Page 4:
A.S.Popov – Scientist, Teacher, Inventor Of Radio in his memorial museum (To The 150 Annivesary From The Birth) Dr. Larissa I. Zolotinkina A.S.Popov' Memorial.
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Hertz audio sound (Hz). What is so special about them? Detects Frequency (Hz) of the human voice, when the device hears a human voice, it filters the.
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Outline Editorial Content Readership ProfilePenetrationConclusion.
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