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On October 4, 1957, as Leave It to Beaver premiered on American television, the Soviet Union launched the space age. Sputnik, all of 184 pounds with only a radio transmitter inside its highly polished shell, became the first man-made object in space. While it immediately shocked the world, its long-term impact was even greater, for it profoundly changed the shape of the 20th century. Washington journalist Paul Dickson chronicles the dramatic events and developments leading up to and emanating from Sputnik's launch. Supported by groundbreaking, original research and many recently declassified documents, Sputnik offers a fascinating profile of the early American and Soviet space programs and a strikingly revised picture of the politics and personalities behind the facade of America's fledgling efforts to get into space. By shedding new light on a pivotal era, Paul Dickson expands our knowledge of the world we now inhabit, and reminds us that the story of Sputnik goes far beyond technology and the beginning of the space age, and that its implications are still being felt today. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jerry Carrier. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/spkn/000011/bk_spkn_000011_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. KSMO-TV is the MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station for the Kansas City metropolitan area that is licensed to the Missouri side of the Kansas City area. Owned by Meredith Corporation, the station is sister to CBS affiliate KCTV (channel 5). The two stations share studios on Shawnee Mission Parkway in Fairway, Kansas, and KSMO broadcasts from a transmitter located in Independence, Missouri.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. KCET is the PBS member-television station in Los Angeles, California. It is one of four PBS member stations serving Greater Los Angeles, the others being KVCR-TV, KOCE-TV, and KLCS. Broadcasting on channel 28, the studio is located at 4401 West Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. Its transmitter is located atop Mount Wilson, one of the highest points in Los Angeles County. KCET and KTLA are the only broadcasters in the Southern California to be based in Hollywood, as many radio and television stations have left the community for other neighborhoods and cities.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! WBZ-TV, virtual channel 4, is a CBS owned-and-operated television station, located in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. WBZ-TV's studios and office facilities, shared with sister station WSBK-TV (channel 38), are located in the Allston-Brighton section of Boston, and its transmitter is located in Needham, Massachusetts. WBZ-TV began operations on June 9, 1948, as the first commercial television station in Boston and New England. The station was founded by Westinghouse Radio Stations (later to become Westinghouse Broadcasting, also known as Group W), a subsidiary of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, along with WBZ radio (1030 AM). The station immediately joined NBC owing to WBZ radio's long affiliation with NBC Radio. It is the only television station to have been built from the ground up by Westinghouse.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Croydon transmitting station is a broadcasting and telecommunications facility located in Upper Norwood, London, England (grid reference TQ332696), in the London Borough of Croydon, owned by Arqiva. It was founded in 1955 and initially used a small lattice tower. The tower present on the site today is 152 metres (499 ft) high and was built in 1962. The Croydon Transmitter was originally used to broadcast the London ITV signal on VHF Band III. When UHF broadcasting began the nearby Crystal Palace Transmitter was used. VHF television was discontinued in 1985, and the Croydon Transmitter was not used again for regular TV broadcasting until 1997, when a new directional UHF antenna, designed to avoid interference with continental transmitters, was installed to carry the newly-launched Five in the London area. It still carries Five''s analogue signal, although its digital terrestrial service uses Crystal Palace. Croydon also has reserve transmitters for BBC1, BBC2, ITV1 and Channel 4, but these are only used in the event of engineering works or a failure at Crystal Palace.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A broadcast relay station, relay transmitter, broadcast translator (U.S.), rebroadcaster (Canada), or repeater (two-way radio) is a broadcast transmitter which relays, repeats, or reflects the signal of another radio station or television station, usually to an area not covered by the signal of the originating station. They may serve, for example, to expand the broadcast range of a television or radio station beyond the primary signal's coverage area, or to improve service in a part of the main coverage area which receives a poor signal due to geographic constraints. They may be (but are not usually) used to create a single-frequency network. Less commonly, a rebroadcaster may be owned by a community group rather than the owner of the primary station.