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  • Slide 1
  • NETWORKS, netlets and AFFILIATES BROADCAST TELEVISION
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  • There are three (3) major networks in the United States. CAN YOU NAME THEM? MAJOR NETWORKS
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  • Now owned by Comcast NBC IS CHANNEL 10 IN PHILADELPHIA
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  • Owned by Viacom CBS- CHANNEL 3 IN PHILADELPHIA
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  • Owned by Disney CBS IS CHANNEL 6 IN PHILADELPHIA
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  • There is one not for profit television station/network in the United States. It is the only broadcast network that does not run commercials. Can you name it? BROADCAST TELEVISION NETWORKS
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  • PBS (Public Broadcasting) NON-COMMERCIAL NETWORK
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  • What separates these networks from full networks? THERE ARE ALSO NETLETS
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  • A local television station that works together with a parent company. The parent company provides all or some programming to the affiliate. Pennsylvania: Erie, PA WICU-TV Harrisburg, PA WGAL-TV Johnstown - Altoona WJAC-TV Philadelphia, PA WCAU-TV Pittsburgh, PA WPXI-TV Wilkes Barre,Scranton WBRE-TV NETWORK AFFILIATES
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  • The network affiliate is responsible for providing some of its own programming. CHANNEL 6 in Philadelphia 1.Morning programming 10am-12:30pm 2.Afternoon News 4:00-6:30pm 3.Nightly News 11:00pm 4.Overnight Programming/Infomercials AFFILIATES
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  • The networks only provide two hours of daily programming. This is usually 8:00-10:00pm with the exception of sports programming. The affiliates are responsible for filling the remaining twenty two hours. This is done through: Local news Syndicated Programming NETLETS AND AFFILIATES
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  • Syndication- the sale of the rights to broadcast a program to multiple stations without using a broadcast network. FIRST RUN SYNDICATION- A program runs in syndication and airs an episode for the first time without being on a broadcast network. SYNDICATED PROGRAMS
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  • OFF-NETWORK SYNDICATION- the sale of a program that was originally shown on a network. Can be considered a re-run. SYNDICATION (CONT.)
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  • Philo T. Farnsworth The true inventor/creator of television Sketched a drawing as a boy That sketch was the basis for tv. HISTORY OF TELEVISION PIONEERS
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  • Widely considered The Father of Television Head of RCA; fought Farnsworth for the patent of television Instrumental in televisions development DAVID SARNOFF
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  • Discovered Wireless Communications Morse Code evolved into todays technology GUILLERMO MARCONI
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  • Monitored and calculated by Nielsen Media RATINGS- Percentage of people watching a show who own or have a television. For example, Two and a Half Men has a rating of 12.2. That means that 12.2% of the total population was watching that show. SHARES- Percentage of people watching a show who have a television on at that time. A smaller sample of people. For example, Two and a Half Men has a share % of 15, which means 15% of all people w/ a tv on were watching it. TELEVISIONS RATINGS SYSTEM

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