- Introduction to Electronic Media
- Electronic Media: About the Midterm Exam
The exam will consist of four parts:
- five (5) true-false questions, each worth 2 points;
- five (5) multiple-choice questions, each worth 3 points;
- five (5) identifications, about 2–3 sentences and each worth 5 points;
- five (5) short essay questions, about 2–3 paragraphs and each worth 10 points.
The subjects covered in this exam will be…
- signal generation
- signal processing
- signal transmission
- signal reception
- signal storage
- development of radio and related industries
- the beginnings of radio broadcasting and the Golden Age of radio programming
- radio stations, formats, and programming
- the origins of television
- early television programming
About each, you should know…
- What is it?
- What are the origins or causes leading to it?
- Why is it important?
A few notes:
- Yes, the exam is on Wednesday, October 17, at 9:00 AM. You will have two hours to take the exam but I suspect that it will take you considerably less time to complete it.
- Yes, the exam will cover the course material for the entire course thus far, including the material on “The Coming of Television.”
- You will take the exam on the form itself. There is no need for you to bring paper or a blue book.