How to become a Broadcasting Industry

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The broadcasting industry comprises of radio and TV slots and networks that make content or secure the right to broadcast prerecorded TV and radio programs. Systems transmit their signals from broadcasting studios by means of satellite signals to nearby stations or cable distributors. Broadcast signals then travel over digital TV lines, satellite distribution frameworks, or the wireless transmissions from a station's transmission tower to the recieving wires of TVs and radios.

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