Before the televisions were created there was only radios and the time to keep people entertained. The radios were created in the 20th century for broadcasting music and live broadcasting. Originally it was usually the same the songs were repeated over and over again until there were more artists who started to record more music and that’s when radio become popular with home entertainment for years and years. The word television was used now and again in the early 1900s, but it wasn’t until 1940 when the actual television was created. The reason why television was created was to bring families and loved ones who enjoy entertainment together.
Before its invention in the 1920's, people used to sit around and listen to the radio, kind of how when we watch our television shows. The next logical step was to go from only being able to hear the people, to being able to see them as well. Later in the years, commercials were aired on 1941. Commercials were interesting
The development before television is radio. The great decade for radio was in 1930. In the Second World War the radio is the important medium because radio broadcasting deliver war news to a million of listeners. It is also involve with many important situation during the war. For example, the German leader Adolf Hitler who use radio for the propaganda.
Today we will be talking about ideas and inventions from the 1920’s that changed the world as we know it. Our first topic is new opportunities and jobs.. Jenn: Oh! Such as telephone operators? Anne: Exactly! Due to the availability of electricity and the growth of technology, telephone operators were now needed so people could make calls to almost anywhere!
Did you know 95.2% of americans own a television in their household, but only 72% have read a book in the past year. Books are amazing things, they have been used by humanity for centuries, they have been used to store wast amounts of knowledge. Technology has always in some way increased the knowledge of the populous, one such advancement would be the printing press. In the Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 the opposite is a reality. Books in the novel have been banned and tabooed from a society that is only focus is entertainment.
The telephone, one of the most powerful inventions during the industrial revolution, changed communication in a major scale. There was a vast problem surrounding us during the 19th century, not being able to communicate in a matter of seconds in case of an emergency. (“ Living with the telephone”). Science came up with a solution, the telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell. The telephone was a phenomenal invention that helped individuals communicate with each other in a matter of seconds, not like the telegraph or mail (“Morse Code & the Telegraph”).
If the telegraph was never created, Alexander Graham Bell would have never created the telephone in 1876 leading him to create The Telephone Company in 1878. The possibilities of the telegraph were endless, from being used in the First World War, small factories, and business to being used to marry couples that live across the country from one another. In the book, Victorian Internet, it states, “...but within a few months of the electric telegraph being open to the public, it was being used for something that even the most farsighted of telegraph
When television first came to people’s life, not every family can afford it. So once a family buy the television, it means that they are rich. Television is a symbol of wealth. And with the advanced technology development, television has developed from black and white to color sets. At that time, family that can buy color set was even wealthier.
The technology was not invented for people to be lazy and show lacks in hardworking. God made intelligent people create technology for He wants us to have a better life and not to be worse in the future. Who else will help you start a change? Who else will tell you that you are being over-dependent in technology? And who else will push you to change this way?
It has become a breakpoint which leads to tons of wonderful and magnificent technologies nowadays as what we call as, mass media. People also are able to generate and deliver messages faster, thanks to the biggest helper ever, Internet. Even way before movable printing machine is invented; the written media surely has become a great helper in helping to deliver messages to people back then. Not long after that, another magnificent technology is invented just as twentieth century dawned; bringing voice transmission over long distances and in the same period, visual information taken by camera is produced, bringing the technology forward and forward and finally is perfected with the innovation of videotape and television. Elizabeth B. Goldsmith (2005) stated that radio, television, magazines, newspapers, and signs are indirect channels of mass communication.