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Introduction David Sarnoff was a pioneer of mass broadcasting He was born at a pivotal time in history and grew up as new technologies were beginning to be invented But David Sarnoff took the dreams of inventors and saw beyond them to a future that no one but he could have imagined He is responsible for the development of radio and TV as we know it today Sarnoff developed radio and TV networks and regarded black-and-white TV as merely a transition until color could be made available Astonishingly he even envisioned the concept of the VCR This paper will cover Sarnoffs life and the vision he gave the world in the mass broadcasting industry Background David Sarnoff will have a strong influence on my career He began when there was no television and he developed his skills in radio and then he advanced and kept up with the new technology Today the new technology is the Internet so I plan to keep up with the new technology by developing my Internet skills David Sarnoff had to support his family from an early age so he quickly learned English It is taking me a long time to learn good English but it is also important for me English is the language that is used all over the world so it is important for communication in the mass media Sarnoff did not go to college but I have the great privilege and advantage of a college education When I read about how Sarnoff developed his career form newspapers to radio to television I am inspired If he could make a success of his life then I can make a success of my life too I cannot begin at the top but I can advance to the top Sarnoff educated himself by studying engineering so he was not just a manager This tells me that it is very important to have technical knowledge when
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