• Network Of Railroads B A Complex Interconnect System Net Group
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    1. An openwork fabric or structure in which cords, threads, or wires cross at regular intervals. 2. Something resembling an openwork fabric or structure in form or concept, especially: a. A system of lines or channels that cross or interconnect: a network of railroads. b. A complex, interconnected group or system: an espionage network. c. An extended group of people with similar interests or concerns who interact and remain in informal contact for mutual assistance or support. 3. a. A chain of...
  • Local Station Stations Television Important
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    Johnny Doe lacker December 8, 2000 Broadcast Management 1. The "classical" management theory leans toward the administrative, bureaucratic and scientific approaches to management. The "behavioral" theory emphasizes employee needs and their motivation. The "behavioral" approach is best suited for media management because the employees play a huge role in the business. The employees could include actors or radio personalities that draw huge interest and revenue based on their talent. It is very i...
  • Japanese Media Overview Cooper Chen
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    Japanese media overview Physically, the mass media in Japan are quite similar to those in any developed nation, although perhaps somewhat more advanced. In organizational structure, however, Japanese media are unique. Individual elements of the Japanese media mix may resemble counterparts in other nations, but the combination is purely Japanese. The primary characteristics of Japanese mass media are the influence of the national daily newspapers and the Japan Broadcasting Corporation (Nihon Hoso...
  • Viacom Cable Television
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    Viacom formed when FCC rules had forced CBS to spin off some of its cable TV and program operations, this happened in 1971. Viacom then buys WAST-TV in 1979, in 1985 Blockbuster Video is founded, in 1981 the NAI buys majority interest (Sumner Redstone owns this), in 1994 Viacom announces multi-transponder, multi-satellite agreement with PanAmSat. Also in 1994 Viacom and Paramount announces 8. 4 billion dollar merger, Viacom then sells its 33% share of Lifetime. In 1995 Viacom spins off its cable...
  • Persian Empire Canal One King
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    I am here today to talk to you about the Persian Empire. One of the reasons I chose this topic is that I am Persian myself. Another reason for me choosing this topic is that there is a large Persian community in Lower Mainland. Moving along, Persian Empire was founded around 548 BC. It was the first largest empire stretching from Atlantic Ocean, Morocco, to Indus River, India. The Persian Empire is most famous for its tolerance over other religions and races and the first people to write the Cha...
  • Relative Humidity Measurements Average Deforestation
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    Scientific Method Deforestation in Rhondonia, Brazil Observation: In one of the major regions of deforestation, the province of Rhondonia, Brazil, the rainfall has been severely and or completely stopped. Theory: As the tropical rainforest of Rhondonia, Brazil is leveled for farmland, rainfall is significantly and directly reduced. Rainfall is reduced because there are fewer trees to return water vapor to the air through tree transpiration, or water evaporation through trees. Relative humidity i...
  • Clear Channel Broadcast Contract Stations
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    Clear Channel Ever turn on the radio and hear the same five songs over and over again? You can thank clear channel for that. According to a study conducted last summer the top songs are played more than 85 times between 6 a. m. and 6 p. m. and only add around 15 songs a week giving the most air time to the largest sum accepted in the promotional payment contract. In blunt terms it is the illegal practice of payola which allows goods and / or money to be exchanged for air time. But Clear channel...
  • Radio Broadcasting Stations Digital
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    Radio and its future During the increase in popularity of radio, Arthur Edwin Kennelly said (1926) 'through radio I look forward to a United States of the World. Radio is standardizing the peoples of the Earth, English will become the universal language because it is predominantly the language of the ether. The most important aspect of radio is its sociological influence.' Kennelly was foreseeing the potential power and impact that radio would soon come to have. By the late twenties, we would se...
  • Price Of Gasoline Radio Station
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    ANALYZING THE PRICE OF GASOLINE The assignment this week presents a problem where the American Automobile Association (AA) generates a report on gasoline prices that it distributes to newspapers throughout the state. It further states that on February 18, 1999, the AAA called a random sample of fifty-one stations to determine that day's price of unleaded gasoline. The following data (in dollars) was given in this report: Table 1 - Prices of Unleaded Gasoline at 51 Stations 1. 07 1. 31 1. 18 1. ...
  • Clear Channel Radio Stations Music
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    12-6-2004 Problem/Solution The Radio Makes My Ears Bleed There is a major problem these days in entertainment, and that is there is such a lack of diversity in the music industry. Because of this problem, fewer bands will have the opportunity to go big, or get signed to major record label. Small, local bands will never be able to get the popularity they deserve because every band is compared to one another. The same bands are played on the radio all the time, and instead of playing a variety ban...
  • Radio History Stations Television Music
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    Joe Clark January 21, 2002 Mrs. Perkins AP U. S. History The radio has evolved over time. The radio we listen to today has a different format, purpose, viewer reach, and clarity than it did before the 1950 s. The radio has survived the threat of the television industry by changing with the times. It has been dealt with in the law through acts and the creation of the government regulating agency (FCC). Today the radio is the cheapest and most affective way to communicate with everyone around the...
  • Television News Informing The Public About Significant Events
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    Discuss to what extent two television stations broadcasting to audiences in Western Australia succeed in informing the public about significant events, in a fair and balanced way. Television news is an entertainment medium intending to inform the public of current issues in society, but that is not its prime function. It also serves as a program that helps viewers to see issues from different perspectives. Some perfect fairness cannot exist, so bias of some sort must be present in all Television...
  • Tv Commercials Television Advertisers Advertising
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    Television viewers today are bombarded with increasing commercial content. From the barrage of 15-second commercials every seven minutes, to product placement, to infomercials, when the viewer watches television, they are constantly exposed to some form of advertising. Beyond the minor annoyance, very few people think that much is wrong with advertisements. What viewers do not realize is how much advertising influences the content of television, often in a negative manner. In his article, Consci...
  • Broadcasting System Radio Stations Affiliates
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    In 1844, Samuel Morse successfully demonstrated an invention known as the telegraph. The telegraph, which Morse invented in 1832, consisted of a current charged wire, location points (A and B), and a current breaker, which could be used to send dashes and dots. These dashes and dots could be successfully understood at the other end of the cable, thus introducing the world to Morse code. Thirty-two years later, a man by the name of Alexander Graham Bell introduced a device that would come to be k...
  • Building A Radio Empire Chancellor Media
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    "Media do not simply present cultural products for consumption; they provide much of the stuff of every day life through which we construct meaning and organize our existence." -Michael R. Real, Super Media DEFINING MOMENTS IN MASS MEDIA Newspapers. Media began with the written word... To date, the oldest existing written document dates back to 2200 B. C. By 500 B. C. Persia had developed a form of pony express and the Greeks had a telegraph system consisting of trumpets, drums, shouting, beaco...
  • American Media Dominating Canadian Culture
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    American Media Dominating Canadian Culture The possibility of the American media taking over Canadian culture has always been an intimidating issue for Canadians over the past few decades. It has been known that the American model of life is one that is very different from ours and that the americanization of Canada could prove to be a threat of losing our own values and beliefs. The presence of the American media is very tempting for Canadians to forget about our own nations people and their va...
  • Comcast Brainwashing Employees Local Broadcast
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    Is HDTV available currently on Comcast in Colorado? Not at this time. We are planning to offer the service in some rebuild areas later this year. When will HDTV be available? Our plan is to launch HDTV in the metro Denver rebuild areas in August - the outer market areas are not yet determined. What programming will Comcast offer in HDTV? Comcast will offer HBO and Showtime (one channel each) in HDTV plus a few local broadcast stations. We are still negotiating with the local broadcast stations f...
  • Thailand Economic Science And Technology
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    Economic Analysis Introduction Thailand's economy is beginning to recover from the global economic slowdown of the past two years, which led to reduced demand for Thai exports. The country's real gross domestic product (GDP) grew only 1. 0% in 2001, and is projected to grow 1. 8% in 2002, resuming a growth rate of over 4% in 2003. Longer-term annual growth rates beyond 2002 are projected in the range of 4%-5%. Still, the risks confronting Thailand's economic recovery are serious. The Thai econo...
  • Commercial Radio Stations Music Advertisers
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    This report will look at how 'pirate' radio stations, such as Radio Atlanta and Radio Caroline, and then Radio 1 filled a vacuum in the 1960 s by providing pop music for the British people and the impact this had on the launch of commercial radio in 1973. The report will also look at how commercial radio has developed since 1973 and at how it looks set to develop in the future with the introduction of digital radio. The main focus on commercial radio's development will be on the advertising reve...
  • Television Station Company Media Ruling
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    Monday, June 2 nd, 2003 will be potentially the day we look back and say that was the day that we changed the way we watched television, listened to the radio, and read the newspaper. Why June 2 nd? Well, simply because this was the day that The Federal Communications Commission ruled in favor 3-2 that there be a "relaxation of media ownership rules." Basically, the FCC had changed is allowing the major media market owners to become even bigger and control more of the nations viewing and informa...