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Q: Companies whose broadcasts themselves are free make money by _____. taking payments from guests charging subscription fees selling airtime to advertisers receiving a portion of sales profits from
radio/television sales.
A: Companies whose broadcasts themselves are free make money by selling airtime to advertisers.
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User: Companies whose broadcasts themselves are free make money by _____. taking payments from guests charging subscription fees selling airtime to advertisers receiving a portion of sales profits from radio/television sales.

Weegy: Companies whose broadcasts themselves are free make money by selling airtime to advertisers.
nose|Points 731|

User: Score: Select all that apply. One way to make the overall message of this article more objective would be to _____. remove the quality statements make more quality statments add alternative opinions remove any inaccurate information none of the above

Weegy: It is D)remove any inaccurate information
vandar|Points 911|

User: Select all that apply. This article contains mainly _____. objective statements that can be proven with feelings or emotions statements and judgements made based on feelings or personal preferences facts (i.e., statements that can be verified without feelings or emotions) statements of quality that make the article invalid objective statements with a few quality statements that don't detract from its purpose

Weegy: What is the article?
spyderman|Points 651|

User: Which of the following best describes the function of the Federal Communications Commission? the regulation of mass media the regulation of radio the regulation of television, except cable the regulation of broadcast communications the regulation of newspapers, radio, television, and Internet communications

Weegy: d
selymi|Points 8182|

User: Score: The early telegraph (invented by Samuel Morse) could not be credited with which of these? the transmission of sounds such as music or the human voice the transmission of information across the Pacific Ocean the transmission of info across sounds and images without the need for a person to physically take it the transmission of sounds and images across the Atlantic Ocean any of the above

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