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How did television affect the radio industry?



A. One-fith of the nation s movie theaters closed.
B. Radio stations started to broadcast soap operas.
C. The number of radio stations increased as the car created a larger audience.
D. Radio stations declined in number as the audience turned to television.

This question is part of Postwar America CH 23 (AH)
Asked by Thor, Last updated: Feb 18, 2020

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Jason B. Elster

Jason B. Elster

Answered Apr 20, 2018

Different media innovations speak to the world in different ways. Each, through its innovation, materials, systems, applications and procedures, delivers a specific portrayal of the world. While the different types of media (for instance, TV, radio and the internet) have hones that are normal, they additionally have highlights that outcome in the generation of media items with attributes that are exceptional.

Numerous audience members would rather watch films than sit in a room and tune in to a privately created, unique play on the radio. Some radio telecasters anticipated that TV would be the passing of radio through and through. Be that as it may, radio reexamined itself, and battled back intensely on two fronts.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Mar 16, 2017

The number of radio stations increased as the car created a larger audience.
 

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