Freedom of speech and broadcasting There exists a constant tension between freedom of speech and broadcast regulation.
Reflects EST time zone boundaries defined by political bodies, primarily intended for use with computer programs and operating systems.
Amount of music broadcast on BBC channels per year in hours19 From the time between the World Wars until about 1967, the BBC was obligated to play no more than five hours of commercial music recordings per day. As a result, new rock radio journalism developed a totally new rhetoric for radio talk. Are they probably Com- munists infiltrated into radio?
These were all FM stations. At that time, the record industry in Finland was rather small in scale, so there was not enough domestic music to play.
Original recording remastered. The lack of experience had its pros and cons, which was reflected in the programme planning and music policy.
Acknowledgements The writers wish to express thanks to a number of scholars and friends who brought inspiration, probing dialogue and intellec- tual contribution to the project: Every piece of news should be put out while it was burning hot.
Together with the new broadcast technology, the new mar- ket dynamics lead to a much more detailed approach. In addition, the early problems with radio sounds interestingly mirrors two cultural relationships: One minute would be the maximum for DJs as well as for commercials. By starting Melody ra- dio SR doubled its broadcasting hours.
Los Angeles, CA. This was made possible by building a Parallel Service, which covered all of Finland. Being a pioneering label in the Finnish rock music, also releasing jazz, po- litical songs, and ethnic music, in many ways, one of them, Love Records, became a weighty actor.
The sanctifying and uplifting speech typical of all classical music programmes in previous dec- ades disappeared at least partly in the 1990s. Eastern Standard Time. In the begin- ning it was quite the opposite. The found- ers of the station considered that YLE lacked decently profiled music programmes.