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Sends wireless signals through air and for this is considered "Father of Radio"
Invented liquid barrettes which is the first audio device permitting reception of wireless voice transmissions
"talking machine" a device for replicating sound that is used a hand-cranked grooved cylinder and needle
Invented the flat disk gramophone and microphone, and contributed to RCA with the development of the sophisticated microphone
invented audio tube which amplified wireless signals and contributed to the means of broadcasting
an employee of Marconi who created the "Radio Music Box Memo" which made radio a household utility and RCA's commercial manager. He also in 1939 introduced a regular TV broadcasting at Worlds Fair
Created the electronic microscope which is the first practical camera tube and the Kinescope an improved picture tube in 1923, was the head of RCA research lab. Fought in court against patent battles against RCA and won in 1939.
Demonstrated the electronically scanned TV image 1927
TV- John Baird
Transmitted moving images using mechanical disc in 1925 and in 1928 sent Television pictures across the world
In 1884 developed the first workable device for generating electrical signals suitable for transmission on the scene that people could see
Video Games-Harry Williams
The first electric pinball game was invented by
Video Games-David Gottlieb
invented the first mass produced arcade game Baffle Ball in 1931 (a small wooden cabinet)
Known for creating "The best TV set in the world" in 1951and in 1968 patented his device and in 1972 marketed the first home-video game system Odyssey for $100
Video Games-Nolan Bushnell
Atari was incorporated by
Video Games-Herman Hollerith
His device helped rapidly tabulate the 1890 U.S. Census
Video Games- Charles Babbage
Spent his life trying to build a "difference engine"
Video Games- Vinton Cerf
Helped develop TCP/IP
Video Games-Vannevar Bush
Envisioned the "Memex"
Internet- Which of these individuals made a significant contribution to the development of the internet when they were a college student?
All Three: Marc Andreesen
Developed the HTTP protocol
Internet- Charles Baddage
is considered the "originator of the computer"
Envisioned the "Memex"
Public Relations- Amos Kendall
First presidential press secretary 1833
Public Relations-Anne Williams Wheaton
During the 1950s and 1960s, women began to assume prominent roles in public relations. Among the most notable was President Dwight Eisenhower's associate press secretary
Public Relations-Edward Bernays
In 1920s, stressed two-way communication—that is, public relations practitioners talking to people, and in return listening to them when they talked back.
Public Relations- Ivy Lee
Believed in honestly acknowledging shortcomings and failures.
Public Relations-P. T. Barnum
"A sucker is born every minute" was the public relations philosophy of what legendary PR practitioner?
Public Relations-Edward L. Bernays.
Many of the propaganda techniques used by the Nazis in World War II were based on the public relations theories of
Advertising-F. Wayland Ayer
The first full-service ad agency was begun in 1869 by
opened the first advertising agency in Philadelphia in 1841 and is possibly the first person to use the term "advertising agency