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ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION

Assignment A

1          What is SITE? Explain its importance in Indian Television broadcasting

2          Which is effective medium of mass communication TV or Radio? Explain

3          When was Prasar Bharti Corporation established? Describe its importance

4          Do you think Doordarshan has lost its relevance in era of commercialisation and privatisation? Explain

5          What is TRP? Write its role and importance in current Television industry.

6          What is FM radio transmission? Explain its impact on radio industry

7          Why radio is considered as ´Hot medium´?

8          What is satellite communication? Describe its importance in TV broadcasting

Assignment B

Case study

Television content can be delivered in a variety of ways. It can be distributed through terrestrial transmission. In this system, an antenna connected                  to the television viewer is used to receive the signals telecast by the broadcaster’s transmitter. This is the traditional method of television broadcast. Other methods of delivery include distribution through cable networks and direct broadcast satellite. Have you ever thought how the cable operator in your area supplies all those bouquet of channels? The cable distribution in India can be seen as a chain which begins with the signal sent by the broadcaster to the cable operator. The cable operators then relay these signals to our homes. There are free to air channels and pay channels. For the free to air channels, the broadcaster does not charge the cable operator. Examples of free to air channels include Aaj Tak, Sahara and Times Now. Pay channels like Sony and Star Plus charge a certain amount of money per subscriber per month. Another interesting technology is Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) which allows you to watch television on computers and mobile phones. This allows the consumers to watch television, record programmes and share their experiences with their friends with the help of an internet connection and a set top box provided for the purpose. Under this system, a cell phone can be used to schedule the recording of a programme. This will offer the consumers greater choice, control and convenience. Many of the major Indian channels provide video clips of their programmes through their websites. New media allows greater audience participation. You will learn more about this in the module on new media. Television has invented its own ways to meet the challenges put forward by internet. Audience backed shows where the audience decides the winner is an example. Ask your mother if there were any such programmes on Indian television 15 years back. The answer will be ‘no’. This is because new media is a recent addition to the media scene and television had no such challenges in the past. Reality television is another new trend. Have you seen programmes like ‘Indian Idol’, ‘Big Boss’ and ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’? They are examples of reality television.                                                                                                                                                                              

Q.No 1: What is IPTV?

Q.No 2:  What is a pay channel?

Q.No 3: How internet is revolutionising TV broadcasting?

Assignment C

  1. First radio station in world came into existence in year?

 (A): 1920

 (B): 1921

 (C): 1922

 (D): 1923

  1. Who was first controller of broadcasting in india ?

 (A): charles romes

 (B): lionel fielder

 (C): thomes reeds

 (D): none of them

  1. Delhi radio station started in year

 (A): 1933

 (B): 1935

 (C): 1937

 (D): 1936

  1. Indian state broadcasting corporation (ISBC) name changed to AIR in year

 (A): 1937

 (B): 1936

 (C): 1943

 (D): 1946

  1. Mahatama Gandhi´s only broadcasting on akashvani was aired on

 (A): 8/15/1948

 (B): 5/12/1946

 (C): 11/12/1947

 (D): none of these

  1. Vividh bharti was launched to compete which private radio

 (A): radio mirchi

 (B): radio dhamaal

 (C): radio red

 (D): radio ceylon

  1. Vividh bharti was launched in year

 (A): 1957

 (B): 1956

 (C): 1958

 (D): 1959

  1. First FM station was commisioned at

 (A): Bombay

 (B): Calcutta

 (C): Delhi

 (D): jalandhar

  1. Akashvani was separated from doordarshan in year

 (A): 1975

 (B): 1967

 (C): 1965

 (D): 1976

  1. Advertisements were introduced on AIR for first time in year

 (A): 1967

 (B): 1976

 (C): 1965

 (D): 1968

  1. AIR inaugurated its external service in

 (A): German

 (B): italian

 (C): english

 (D): pashto

  1. Prasar Bharti corporation came into existence in year

 (A): 1995

 (B): 1996

 (C): 1997

 (D): 1998

  1. In amplitude modulation, the ………… of carrier is varied according to the strength of the signal.

 (A): Frequency

 (B): amplitude

 (C): phase

 (D): none of above

  1. In radio transmission, the medium of transmission is …………

 (A): Antenna

 (B): cable

 (C): space

 (D): none of these

  1. FM stands for

 (A): frequently modulated

 (B): famously modulated

 (C): frequency modulation

 (D): none of these

  1. DTH service of Prasar bharti was launched with how many AIR channels

 (A): 10

 (B): 11

 (C): 12

 (D): 19

  1. Yuva vani was launched in year

 (A): 1969

 (B): 1970

 (C): 1971

 (D): 1972

  1. Amruthi varshini was

 (A): music channel

 (B): entertainment channel

 (C): Sitcomchannel

 (D): classical music channel

  1. Kisan vani programme was launched in year

 (A): 2000

 (B): 2001

 (C): 2002

 (D): 2004

  1. Who is considered as "Father of radio broadcasting"

 (A): John reed

 (B): lionel fielder

 (C): Reginald Aubrey Fessenden

 (D):  none of these

  1. Who is credited with invention of Television

 (A): Antiono marconi

 (B): John baird

 (C): Niclos tesla

 (D): none of these

  1. Which corporation started first regular television transmission

 (A): NBC

 (B): ABC

 (C): BBC

 (D): radio Moscow

  1. TV came in India in year

 (A): 1959

 (B): 1960

 (C): 1961

 (D): 1962

  1. Krishi darshan programme was inaugrated by

 (A): Jawaharlal nehru

 (B): Mahatma Gandhi

 (C): Indra Gandhi

 (D): Rajiv Gandhi

  1. Krishi darshan programme was inaugrated in year

 (A): 1968

 (B): 1966

 (C): 1965

 (D): 1967

  1. SITE was inaugrated in year

 (A): 1976

 (B): 1977

 (C): 1978

 (D): 1975

  1. Color transmission in India was started in year

 (A): 1980

 (B): 1982

 (C): 1981

 (D): 1986

  1. "Hum Log” India´s first sitcom was started in

 (A): 1984

 (B): 1985

 (C): 1986

 (D): 1988

  1. INTEX service was started in year

 (A): 1987

 (B): 1988

 (C): 1985

 (D): 1984

  1. DD international was launched in year

 (A): 1995

 (B):  1996

 (C): 1997

 (D): 1998

  1. Doordarshan decided to switch over color transmission just before

 (A): National games 1982

 (B): Olympics 1982

 (C): Commonwealth games 1982

 (D): Asian Games 1982

  1. CNN famous News channel is owned by

 (A): Disney

 (B): Sony

 (C): Time warner

 (D): Viacom

  1. Cable and TV regulation Act came into force in year

 (A): 1995

 (B): 1996

 (C): 1997

 (D): 1987

  1. The bill for digitalisation of TV channels was passed in year

 (A): 2001

 (B): 2003

 (C): 2011

 (D): 2010

  1. Television in India began as

 (A): a source of entertainment

 (B): a medium for education

 (C): an experiment

 (D): a tool for development

  1. Gyan Darshan is

 (A): an entertainment channel

 (B): an educational channel

 (C): a sports channel

 (D): news channel

  1. The satellite used by Doordarshan for national coverage in 1982 is

 (A): ATS -6

 (B): Aryabhata

 (C): IRS 1C

 (D): INSAT 1A

  1. Doordarshan began as a part of

 (A): AIR

 (B): Prasar Bharati

 (C): SITE

 (D): Krishi Darshan

  1. ITU stands for

 (A): Intel transmission united

 (B): International transmission Union

 (C): International Telecommunication Union

 (D): None of these

  1. Zee TV was launched in india in year

 (A): 1998

 (B): 1991

 (C): 1994

 (D): 1992


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