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How We Got to Now: Sound

Peter Lovering; Julian Jones; Lovering, Peter; Jones, Julian; Kanopy (Firm)
Format
Video; Streaming Video; Online
Summary
Imagine a world without the power to capture or transmit sound. Journey with Johnson to the Arcy sur Cure caves in northern France, where he finds the first traces of the desire to record sound — 10,000 years ago. He also learns about the difference that radio made in the civil rights movement and discovers that telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell thought that the best use for his invention was long-distance jam sessions. During an ultrasound on a pregnant dolphin, he realizes just how big a role sound has played in medicine. The unsung heroes of sound have had an impact on our working lives, race relations, saving lives and the radical alteration of cities.
Director
Peter Lovering; Julian Jones
Release Date
2014
Language
English
Notes
Title from title frames.
Published
[San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, 2014.
Recording Info
Originally produced by PBS in 2014.
Publisher no.
1132502 Kanopy
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digital, .flv file, sound 1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 60 min.)
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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