• Zee TV and the Creation of Hindi Media Communities in Singapore
    towards political and social causes that affect India. The Hindi cable channels have created new diasporic spheres that facilitate a sense of belonging with the homeland which was previously unimaginable. Keywords: cable TV, diaspora, Hindi, India, India Rising. Background to Local Broadcasting of...
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  • Any Materiel
    and entertainment. However, with the introduction of satellite television the scenario altered. Several TV channels came into existence and these were available in various Indian languages, such as, Hindi language, Bengali language, Tamil language, Kannada language, Oriya language, Telugu language...
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  • Study Guide 1
    choose a language that will be useful at a national level such as English or Hindi. For example, people choose to put their children in English medium schools in order for them to have an advantage in the future. What is functional transparency? If a language is tied to a specific function 100...
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  • Impact of Advertisements on Youth
    India most of these fears are compounded by the fact that the children watch mostly film based programmes. If there is one unifying force in Indian, it is the mania for watching movies, irrespective of age, class, language, sex, or background for the vast majority of children, Hindi films and film...
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  • Hinglish
    . Some system should be there that children learn one local language along with Hindi. And English might be learned at some later stage. Somebody above was talking about resistance to Hindi. It was there in 1 or 2 Southern states. But, with the advent of Cable TV, even that has gone, but for...
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  • The Perceived Impact of Cartoon Tv Shows on the Behavior and Values of Elementary Students
    that cartoon TV shows have impact and changes on the behavior and values of the students. These findings imply that children upon watching cartoon TV shows aired on the television, receives information that may greatly affect their cognitive comprehension, values integration and behavioral...
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  • Awkwardly Awkward
    language/messages/words.(Hindi ako masyadong nakikilahok/kumikibo sa klase sa kadahilanang hindi ko masyadong maintindihan ang ilang mga salitang kanilang ginagamit sapagkat ako ay sanay sa aking nakasanayang lengwahe.) | | | | | | 3. Age difference affects my participation in class.(Ang...
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  • Indian Television Industry
    % | Zee Telefilms Network Limited: Zee Entertainment Enterprises was previously known as Zee Telefilms Limited which was founded in October 1992 as a content supplier for Zee TV - India's first Hindi satellite channel. It was promoted by Subhash Chandra, one of India's leading entrepreneurs, who...
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  • Zee Telefilms
    Zee Network broadcasts in Hindi, Urdu, and other regional languages of India across its different channels. Zee TV Channels also broadcast in South Asia, along with audiences in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, East Asia, Australasia and North America. In the month of October of 1992, Zee TV network...
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  • Colors Tv Report
    content across numerous brands to build India’s leading multi-platform entertainment company. Launch of Colors TV Channel In-spite of the tough competition and neither partner having any experience in operating a Hindi-language entertainment channel, Studio18, a new-age motion picture brand that...
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  • Role of English in India
    which rarely allows children to be taught in their mother tongue if it is a non schedule language. Even schedule languages like Urdu are strikingly disfavoured compared with Hindi or English. Hasnain & Rajyashree (2004) mention the perverse effect of the lists among which the student has to chose...
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  • Indian News Broadcasting
    its coverage of the Gulf War in 1991. In August 1991, Richard Li launched Star Plus, the first satellite channel beamed the signal to Indian subcontinent. Subhash Chandra’s Zee TV appeared in October 1992. It is India’s first privately owned Hindi channel to cater the interest of Indian viewers...
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  • Hallyu Wave and Otaku Culture in India
    real.  And so it was, in this entertainment vacuum following the Hindi ban and without a decent replacement, that something unexpected happened in Manipur: the Koreans moved in. In the early noughties, Arirang TV began beaming into many living rooms in the Valley. The Korean station was readily...
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  • Bad Impact of Cartoons on the Minds of the Youngs
    psychology.And hindi cartoon negative effect to our children, their language and natural phenoman of asking questions about stuff are turning badly into hindi and hindu culture.. askign seeta , rawan, ram , laxmans and their relations , worshipping idols and all. Kids are above weak or strong faith...
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  • Essay
    ten hours of TV a week don't do as well in school as children their age who watch less. When setting limits, it's important to consider the total amount of time your child spends in front of electronic screens, including TVs, computers, video consoles, and movie screens. • Bad habits can become...
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  • Language Censorship in English Movies and Television
    connects people from all around the globe. As we know it, there are many movies and television (TV) shows that are featured in English language. Therefore, it is crucial for the filmmakers and TV programmers to know how to use the right words because it can affect the viewers, rather mentally. According to...
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  • Satellite Channel Revolution in Bangladesh
    (STAR) in Bangladesh  Zee TV and other Hindi Language Channels in Bangladesh  Different type of impact due to satellite channel in bd  Conclusion INTRoDUCTION : What is revolution ? A revolution is a fundamental change in power or organizational structures that takes place in a...
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  • An Attitude Survey of Crime Programmes on Kannada News Channel
    Agreement with an Indian company and Zee TV was born. It became the First privately owned Hindi satellite channel of India. The agreement between STAR and Zee did not last long. But the Indian television audience was waiting for a shift from the monopoly of Doordarshan and soon a number of private...
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  • Tamil Nadu
    they viewing and how does it affect their behaviour. A part of the study also revealed the activities the children indulged in other than TV viewing — reading books, school work, pursuing hobbies, listening to music, computer games, net surfing, sports, spending time with family and friends and going...
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  • Cartoon Netwrork
    . | | In focus group discussions conducted by the Center for Advocacy and Research in early 2002, many parents voiced their concerns and objections about the Hindi versions because their children were picking up inappropriate language from them. As a result...
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