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Class:567 350 - DEVEL OF MASS MEDIA
Subject:JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
University:Rutgers University
Term:Fall 2012
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Rights of way Government allocations of of public spaces to builders of train tracks to further telegraph lines in order to further western expansion, improve communication and transportation technologies, open trade lines and develop a national market (1840s to 1900s)
Western union A telegraph company that was the result of the consolidation of previously splintered American telegraph companies (of which there were 50 in 1851). 

Due to their partnership with the AP, a bilateral monopoly over the telegraphy and news industries develops. 
Associated press (AP) A news service that gathered information from news agents in the US and around the world and then consolidated it into single reports, which were then distributed to client newspapers.

Due to their global scope and massive resources they offered incomparable products, and edged out all competitors. This spawned a partnership with Western Union and lead to the first "bilateral monopoly" in US history.
Bilateral Monopoly A monopoly telegraph in close partnership with a monopoly news service or more generally two monopoly companies in separate but related fields in partnership with one another. Ex. Western Union and AP, Google and Apple/Android/etc
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Penny Press
Reuters
Sherman antitrust act
Pensacola Telegraph Co. v. Western Union Telegraph Co.
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Invention of Technical Experts
Comstock Act
Yellow journalism
Newspapers Newspapers: Pulitzer/New York World; Hearst/San Francisco Examiner; Cahan/Forward; White/Emporia Gazette
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Muckracking
Hays Office
Mutual Film Corporation v. Industrial Commission of Ohio
Edison Trust
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Motion Pictures Producers and Distributors Association/Motion Picture Association of America
Amateur Operators
Technical Masculinity
Spectrum
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Clear Channel
FRC/FCC
Radio Act of 1912
Radio Act of 1927
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Telecommunications Act of 1934
Public interest and public sphere in broadcasting
Network-affiliate model
time-shifting
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DXing
print government
Users/audiences
amateurs
business/managers
film
Radio
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Television
Telegraph
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 Rights of wayGovernment allocations of of public spaces to builders of train tracks to further telegraph lines in order to further western expansion, improve communication and transportation technologies, open trade lines and develop a national market (1840s to 1900s)
 Western unionA telegraph company that was the result of the consolidation of previously splintered American telegraph companies (of which there were 50 in 1851). 

Due to their partnership with the AP, a bilateral monopoly over the telegraphy and news industries develops. 
 Associated press (AP)A news service that gathered information from news agents in the US and around the world and then consolidated it into single reports, which were then distributed to client newspapers.

Due to their global scope and massive resources they offered incomparable products, and edged out all competitors. This spawned a partnership with Western Union and lead to the first "bilateral monopoly" in US history.
 Bilateral MonopolyA monopoly telegraph in close partnership with a monopoly news service or more generally two monopoly companies in separate but related fields in partnership with one another. Ex. Western Union and AP, Google and Apple/Android/etc
 Penny Press 
 Reuters 
 Sherman antitrust act 
 Pensacola Telegraph Co. v. Western Union Telegraph Co. 
 Invention of Technical Experts 
 Comstock Act 
 Yellow journalism 
 NewspapersNewspapers: Pulitzer/New York World; Hearst/San Francisco Examiner; Cahan/Forward; White/Emporia Gazette
 Muckracking 
 Hays Office 
 Mutual Film Corporation v. Industrial Commission of Ohio 
 Edison Trust 
 Motion Pictures Producers and Distributors Association/Motion Picture Association of America 
 Amateur Operators 
 Technical Masculinity 
 Spectrum 
 Clear Channel 
 FRC/FCC 
 Radio Act of 1912 
 Radio Act of 1927 
 Telecommunications Act of 1934 
 Public interest and public sphere in broadcasting 
 Network-affiliate model 
 time-shifting 
 DXing 
 printgovernment
Users/audiences
amateurs
business/managers
 film 
 Radio 
 Television 
 Telegraph 
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