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Ad A television advertisement for a product or service. Affiliate A broadcast station that has aligned itself with a particular network.

k. Broadcast A television signal travels through the air from one antenna to another antenna. Closed Circuit Television Television where the signal is sent through wires and serves only an extremely small, private predetermined area. Commercial Broadcast Television This type of television production facility is for profit. Corporate Television See Industrial Television. Educational Television Television that aims to inform the public about various topics. Home Video Videotaped records of family events and activities taken by someone using a consumer camcorder. Industrial Television Television that communicates relevant to a specific audience, such as job training videos. Large-Scale Video Production Company Facilities with sufficient staff and equipment to produce multi-camera, large-budget programming shot on location or in studios for broadcast networks or cable networks. Local Origination Programming made in a specific geographic area, to be shown to the public in that same geographic area. Network A corporation that bundles a collection of programs and makes the program bundles available exclusively to its affiliates. Small-Scale Video Production Companies Businesses with limited staff and equipment resources. Spot See Ad. Subscriber Television Free-for-service programming where customers pay schedules fees based on the selected programming package. Surveillance Television A form of CCTV that is usually, but not always, used for security purposes. Syndication The process of making a specified number of program episodes available for lease to other networks or individual broadcast stations after the current networks contract for the program expires.

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The Growth of Television Technology Evolution of the Industry Areas of Television Production A. Commercial Broadcast Television 1. Ad A television advertisement for a product or service. 2. Broadcast A television signal travels through the air from one antenna to another antenna. 3. Commercial Broadcast Television This type of television production facility is for profit. B. Subscriber Television 1. Subscriber Television Free-for-service programming where customers pay schedules fees based on the selected programming package. C. Educational Television

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1. Educational Television Television that aims to inform the public about various topics. D. Industrial Television 1. Industrial Television Television that communicates relevant to a specific audience, such as job training videos. E. Closed Circuit Television 1. Closed Circuit Television Television where the signal is sent through wires and serves only an extremely small, private predetermined area. 2. Surveillance Television A form of CCTV that is usually, but not always, used for security purposes. F. Home Video 1. Home Video Videotaped records of family events and activities taken by someone using a consumer camcorder. 2. Video Production Companies 1. Large-Scale Video Production Company Facilities with sufficient staff and equipment to produce multi-camera, large-budget programming shot on location or in studios for broadcast networks or cable networks. 2. Small-Scale Video Production Companies Businesses with limited staff and equipment resources. Television Program Origination 1. Network A corporation that bundles a collection of programs and makes the program bundles available exclusively to its affiliates. 2. Affiliate A broadcast station that has aligned itself with a particular network. A. Syndication 1. Syndication The process of making a specified number of program episodes available for lease to other networks or individual broadcast stations after the current networks contract for the program expires. B. Shopping for Programming 1. Local Origination Programming made in a specific geographic area, to be shown to the public in that same geographic area. Financing the Programming Decisions The Business of the Industry

1. How can a broadcast stations programming be received through both cable and satellite systems? A: Technicians fix up both hubs for transmission. 2. What are the differences between educational television and industrial television productions? A: Educational is for the general public, Industrial is for a specific audience. 3. List six examples of closed circuit television systems. A: DVD Players, Surveillance, Stadium Monitors, Traffic Monitoring, Baby Video Monitors, Sky-box at Sport Stadiums.

4. Explain the relationship between a network and an affiliate station when scheduling daily programming. A: The network provides a certain number of hours of daily programming. The affiliate is responsible for providing the remainder of programming to fill the daily schedule. 5. What is local origination programming? A. Programming made in a specific geographic area, to be shown to the public in that same geographic area. (Radio Announcements; HBO, MTV (Cable Channels)) 6. How do stations pay for original programming and syndicated programs that they purchase? A. People pay for bundles.