Radio Broadcasting vocab
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the method of subtracting the time of a program segment from the total time of a program so the segment and the program
to prepare audio for playback
the type of programming provided by a radio station
foam rubber covering designed to fit over the outside of a microphone to reduce popping sounds
public service announcement
a broadcast from somewhere other than the station's studios
a remote control console
A document relating programming or technical facts as they occur at a broadcast stations, which is required by the FCC.
Those frequencies utilizing amplitude modulation between 540 KHz and 1600 Khz
Audio mixing console. An electronic device which amplifies, processes and combines input signals and routes them to broadcast or other locations.
Any material to be read on the air or in a production setting.
The profile of an actual or intended audience. This includes age, sex, ethnic background, income and other factors which might help a broadcaster attract and hold a particular audience.
A closed loop of audio energy which is in a runway state and causes a large howl.
Those radio frequencies which transmit within the range of 88MHz to 108 MHz.
A gain control
Short for promotion or promotional announcement
Commercial or other announcements produced for use on the air
To listen to a program; a loud speaker
Cut off sound
The degree of audio energy as read on a VU meter
The amplification and listening system on which a recording is cued.
Required at the top of each hour. WLCA-Godfrey
A system on the console through which sound can be fed and heard without sound going out of over the air
Sound level so high the VU meter goes over 100% modulation
Federal Communication Commission
The same program being broadcast on two or media outlets
Moving from one program segment to another
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