David Sarnoff


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United States businessman who pioneered in radio and television broadcasting (1891-1971)

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The network-affiliate relationship was created by David Sarnoff,'' he said.
Rosenbloom is the David Sarnoff Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus, at the Harvard Business School, where his work focuses on the management of technology.
David Sarnoff didn't need to proclaim a revolution in order to be heard; he was an authority, and people were predisposed to listen to him.
presidents Wilson, Coolidge, Hoover, and Eisenhower) and industrialists (Thomas Edison, David Sarnoff and publisher Henry Luce) to international figures (Caruso, Eleanor Roosevelt, Nijinski and the Diaghilev Ballet Russe).
Submit 4 copies of complete paper to Peter Burt, David Sarnoff Research Center, 201 Washington Rd.
Paley of CBS and David Sarnoff of NBC have passed on, but Leonard Goldenson is very much alive.
Previous honorees include industry founders Guglielmo Marconi, David Sarnoff of RCA and NBC, William S.
Thus he identifies Paul of Tarsus, Walt Whitman, Charles Cooley (a sociologist that first helped define communication theory early in the 20th century), David Sarnoff (who spearheaded the radio broadcast model of mass communication in the 1920s and 1930s), and Robert Merton (another sociologist who collaborated for a decade in the 1940s at Colombia university with Paul Lazarsfeld to help refine the term as it was introduced as an academic field at mid-century).
Goliath tale in which RCA chief and NBC founder David Sarnoff (Hank Azaria) uses spy tactics to take advantage of developments by Philo T.
He describes the first inventors, and key figures such as Vladimir Kosmo Zworykin, Philo Farnsworth, and David Sarnoff, difficulties faced by engineers, innovations at Purdue University and RCA, and the color television hearings of 1949 and 1950.
Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, John Jacob Astor or David Sarnoff.
More people have probably heard of David Sarnoff and William S.
In early 1975, during my research for a booklet I wrote on the history of television entitled 100 Years of Research, 50 Years of Development, 25 Years of Mass Media, the Future of Television; I looked at reports that pitted a |sympathetic' David Sarnoff against a |wheeler-dealer' William Paley.
s David Sarnoff Research Center, Princeton, NJ, will describe how optical memories have evolved.