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  • Syndicated Lead In Program For Fox
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    The following information is pertinent to the vitality and success of the FOX 24 cable-programming national network. It is necessary to discuss the importance of the ratings and shares system to enable FOX to increase viewership in the local TV market of 247,780 (. 235% of US). This market is highly competitive among the affiliates of the other major networks: ABC, CBS and NBC. The target demographics for FOX include an average age of 28 years with a $55,000 annual income. 56% of viewers are mal...
  • Time During Children Television Programs
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    Constructing and using a wide spread television rating system was a wise decision made by the television industry. This television rating system is good and should be used by parents who have impressionable children who watch lots of television programs. Parents are able to tell how exciting and action packed a television show is, as well as controlling the amount of violence that their children see, and to help stop the negative effects that television has on children and their parents. Wheneve...
  • Study By The National Television Violence Study
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    "Is Violence on Television Acceptable for our Growing Generation?" I. The Beginning Since the beginning of time, there has always been violence. From the death of Abel by his brother Cain in the Bible, to the mighty gladiator stadiums in Rome ruled by Alexander the Great, to the horrible accusations of the Salem Witch Trials in 1692, to what I will talk about specifically in this position paper, violence on the famous family fun center, the television. To start off, John Logie Baird invented the...
  • Use Of The V Chip
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    The Use of the V-chip: Insightful Tool or Blatant Censorship Recently, there has been widespread debate over the use of a new form of technology that may be coming to a television set near you in the very near future. In fact, some say this new technology, known as the V-chip (the V stands for violence) may finally filter out the trash programming that infests the average television set and reaches millions of impressionable children each and every day. Many others, on the contrary, believe that...
  • V Chip In New Television Sets
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    THE V (Violence) -CHIP By Mary Ann Banta Board Member, National Coalition on Television Violence BACKGROUND Almost from its inception, television has attracted critics concerned with violence portrayed in prime-time and Saturday morning children's programs. Spokesmen for the broadcast industry took the position that television and the violence portrayed on television had no affect on behavior of the viewer. To many this was a strange position for an industry that was also selling commercial time...
  • Cbs Sports Way During Super Bowl 35
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    This was war! Since its inception seven years earlier, the upstart American Football League (AFL) had fought the National Football League (NFL) for players, fans, television revenues, and respect. The successful new league had won everything except, respect. On January 15, 1967 the first World Championship game against the AFL and the NFL took place. The powerhouse NFL champions the Green Bay Packers against the AFL champion the Kansas City Chiefs. What ended in a 35 to 10 loss to the NFL, the A...

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