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By Elmo Ellis

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Before cable TV blanketed the country, most viewers in the United States could only watch the network offerings aired by local VHF and UHF stations. Now cable and satellite systems have vastly increased the available choices. More than two-hundred cable networks narrowcast various types of specialized programming, and the average cable system makes room for forty or fifty of them. CNN, CNBC, New England Cable, and numerous other networks deal only with news. Other networks concentrate solely on religion, comedy, animals, sports, public affairs (C-Span), home shopping, or some other specialty.

On-line Internet surfers are growing at a comparable rate. This expansion of digital-based technology is generating billions of dollars in billings for TV, radio, cable, makers of computer hardware and software, and thousands of related businesses. It also is creating many jobs. This should be welcome news for young people who are training for a career in some field of electronic communication. New Media Era* Never before have the American people had so much easy access to information or so many simple and economical ways to engage in verbal and visual communication.

Unlicensed low-power narrowcasting. Electronic media in Canada. Job hunting in Canada. 17 Page iv 4. You and Electronic Media Weighing your media options. Ask the professor. Valuable communication qualities. Job satisfaction. Giving the public what it wants. Electronic media career test. 34 5. Preparing for a Career in Electronic Media Develop communication skills. What management wants. Need for technical talent. Versatility is valuable. Education. How to get that first job. Resumes and software.

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