Various - If This Were A Radio It Would Sound Like The Future: NMS '89 mp3 album
- Performer: Various
- Title: If This Were A Radio It Would Sound Like The Future: NMS '89
- Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop / Rock / Reggae / Funk / Pop
- Formats: MPC MP2 DTS MP3 AU TTA VQF
- Released: 1989
- Style: Reggae, Pop Rock, House, Pop Rap, Vocal, Disco, Hip-House, Reggae-Pop, Funk
- MP3 album: 1883 mb
- FLAC album: 1180 mb
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 542
So radio soldiers on nicely for the intermediate future. Television as originally defined by the traditional broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and PBS) is suffering mightily from audience encroachment by streaming upstarts and cable channels. 422 views · View 1 Upvoter. If television was going to kill radio, it would have been over by the 70s. The one thing that current broadcasting has over the internet is geography, and this is true whether its tv or radio. Local interest is geographic. the internet has it all over broadcast because it targets ‘interest’ effectively. If you are into Smash Bros game tournaments, then you are going to be online.
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The sound will be the same. The range of signals declines slightly as frequencies go up, at least within the FM band, where signals mostly rely on line-of-sight and refraction around terrain and buildings. The difference between 8. and 10. on FM, however, is far less than that between 540 and 1700 on the AM dial. Those of us who worked at AM stations at the top of the dial were jealous that those on the bottom had signals that travelled much further, but we were happy that ours sounded brighter. k views · View 1 Upvoter.
In 1900, Reginald Fessenden made the first - though incredibly weak - voice transmission over the airwaves. The next year saw a step up in power as Guglielmo Marconi made the first ever transatlantic radio broadcast. This means that at 110 light-years away from earth - the edge of a radio ‘sphere’ which contains many star systems - our very first radio broadcasts are beginning to arrive . Let’s put it this way – it would be like a message in a bottle or smoke signals to us, today. Really totally useless, relative to the possibilities.
They sound nothing like the Buzzer, says Stupples. Intriguingly, there is a station with some striking similarities. The Lincolnshire Poacher ran from the mid-1970s to 2008. Just like the Buzzer, it could be heard on the other side of the planet. Just like the Buzzer, it emanated from an undisclosed location, thought to be somewhere in Cyprus. And just like the Buzzer, its transmissions were just plain creepy. At the beginning of every hour, the station would play the first two bars of an English folk tune, the Lincolnshire Poacher. Oh ‘tis my delight on a shining night . It only becomes a numbers station in moments of crisis, such as if Russia were invaded. Then it would function as a way to instruct their worldwide spy network and military forces on standby in remote areas.
Will future radio be visual? Doesn’t adding visuals to radio make it just like TV? Modern society is image-obsessed, so radio can maintain its individuality by not following suit. From the very beginning, the advantage of radio has been its ability to boost the imagination via the content being broadcast. Adding images to its content could make it lose its charm and scar the future identity of radio itself. Whichever way you look at it, radio is and will remain a simple, direct way to capture the hearts of its listeners.
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