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  • Its Standard Channel 4 Analog Signal
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    The future of home television is at a crossroads with new technologies available in every direction. Will recordable DVD replace the home VCR Will HDTV succeed with consumers What is affecting the mass rollout of these new technologies The DVD story is a classic computer technology tale. All the key elements are there: vaporware, standards wars, compatibility problems, extremely high initial prices, and confusion at every turn. Even the technology's name stirs minor debate. Some claim it stands ...
  • Station And Its Programs To The Public
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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 im...
  • Cbs Television Stations Division
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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 ...
  • 5 Major Free To Air Television Stations
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    Introduction: The Television Industry has been running now for the last 49 years, it consists of 5 free-to-air television stations (ABC, Seven Network, Nine Network, Ten Network and SBS) and 3 pay-tv stations. Two of the five free-to-air networks are government funded (ABC and SBS). All free-to-air stations are based in every capital city in Australia. All free-to-air stations cover all of Australia, some rural areas have local television stations as well as nation wide stations. This report wil...
  • Black Entertainment Television
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    Television In our society, we like to think of the television as nothing more of a form of entertainment. But do we really believe that Maybe when television was first introduced, that is all that it was. That certainly is not the case today. It tells us what to buy, what to wear, how to act, even how to think. In other words, people are relying too much on television as a source of information. There are very few television stations that are black oriented. This hurts blacks because it causes t...
  • Being A Photojournalist
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    There are a wide variety of careers to chose from in this large and free nation which we live in. Young people these days can pursue nearly and idea that interests them and make a living. I find the occupation of being a photojournalist to be the best choice for me. Being a photojournalist isn't as easy of a job as it sounds. There are many responsibilities that go along with it, and the assignments aren't always the best. The pay isn't the best either, and it's not even very easy to get into th...
  • National Broadcasting Services Of Thailand
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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 economy ...
  • Ruling Allows Television Networks The Freedom
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    Monday, June 2nd, 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 2nd? 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 informati...

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