They have become so popular that there are now entire reality subgenres that include Documentary-style, Competition, Dating, Talk Shows, Self-improvement, Makeover and Renovation shows, Business shows, Social Experiment shows, and many more. In this assignment, your task is to deconstruct three different facets of a reality show, analyzing how the show works and the cultural assumptions that it carries.
In radio broadcasting through most of the s, dayparting was also used for censorship purposes. Many songs that were deemed unsuitable for young listeners were played only during the late evening or overnight hours, when children were presumably asleep. Even today, the Federal Communications Commission FCC dictates less stringent decency requirements for programming aired between the hours of The drive time dayparts coincide with rush hour ; these dayparts are traditionally the most listened-to portions of the schedule, since these are the times when most people are in their cars, where radios remain nearly ubiquitous.
Most stations both talk and music air local programming in one or both drive time slots. The midday, or "at work" slot, has in recent years become particularly prone to voice trackingas large station ownership groups cut costs and use supposedly local jocks at multiple stations often in different time zones.
Music stations often are careful not to repeat songs during the midday shift, as they generally have a captive audience, and will often use "9 to 5 No Repeat Workdays" and all-request or specialty lunch hours to lure listeners and air a broader variety of music.
Evenings are a popular time for syndicated programs, while overnights are generally automated, either with or without a voice-tracked jock, though there are a few niche programs that target special audiences in the overnight and early morning hours Coast to Coast AMMidnight Trucking Radio Network and the National Farm Reportamong them.
On weekends, music stations often air syndicated programming, without regard to time slots though Saturday nights often remain live with either local or syndicated hosts, especially on oldies and country music stations, to take requests and talk stations air niche network shows or brokered programming.
Religious programming often airs on Sunday mornings. In talk radio, where voice tracking is impossible and syndicated content is live and national, these lines blur somewhat.
The Rush Limbaugh Show airs in a time slot that is in midday in all time zones, but other than that and overnight shows such as Coast to Coast AM, a show that airs in a slot corresponding to afternoon drive time in the Pacific Time Zone for instance, The Lars Larson Show would fall into a less-listened-to evening time slot on the East Coast.
Similarly, a show that airs during early midday on the East Coast such as the Glenn Beck Program would be aired during the morning drive time period on the West Coast, and may not live up to the expectations of listeners expecting local, informative content.
The general solution for this problem is to tape-delay programming to fit schedules, though another problem develops where West Coast listeners are unable to interact with those programs unless they stream them live from a station east of them. Dayparts on television[ edit ] In the United States, dayparting is by far the most common among the Big Three television networks ABCNBC and CBSall three of which continue to produce programming for a wide array of audiences a programming strategy known as full service.
This is also generally true of other countries where the major terrestrial broadcasters have more general audiences. Cable and satellite channels, most of which cater to smaller niche audiences, generally use much simpler programming strategies: Cable news outlets typically program a network-style morning show, rolling news coverage in the daytime with opinion programming or long-form documentaries at night; ESPN follows a similar format, but with sporting events in prime time, while its opinion programs air primarily on sister outlet ESPN2.
Children's channels such as Disney Channel and Nickelodeon generally air programs for preschool children during the early morning hours in the form of blocks such as Nick Jr.
During prime time, programs that are generally aimed at the entire family such as movies, which Disney Channel often airs are common. Daytime[ edit ] On televisionlike on radio, the day is divided into similar dayparts, although the times have been blurred somewhat.
Until the s or so, children's programs such as Captain Kangaroo aired in this time slot since that time, however, the school day has started earlier, making such programs less viable. After breakfast comes daytime televisionwhich targets college students, older retirees and the ever-shrinking base of stay-at-home moms and housewives; the soap operatabloid talk showjudge show and much more rarely since the s the game show are popular genres in this daypart.Featuring 1, detailed entries, this encylopedia examines the phenomenon of television theme songs.
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