Television dominates many of our waking hours. We turn TV on for news, sports, weather, talk shows, history, gardening, travel, song and dance, cooking, comedy, movies, and so much more. To discuss TV’s development and current status, I welcomed Dr. Stewart Blakley–Mass Communication Department Chair at Brenau University–to “The Communication Corner,” the program I host Tuesday mornings at 9:00 a.m. on WBCX, 89.1 FM.
Among our very interesting topics:
–His favorite broadcasters, past and present
–Best advances in TV in the last decade
–Worst mistakes of the last ten years
–TV coverage of the Japan earthquake and its aftermath
–What he teaches Brenau students that will benefit them in the job market
–Instant replay in football. . .just boring, or worthwhile?
–His experience in TV production
–What might come next in technology that improves TV viewing
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