• The Perceived Impact of Cartoon Tv Shows on the Behavior and Values of Elementary Students
    suffering of others (Tan, Bella. 1994. "TV is not for Children") (http://www.rstep.org.ph/reading2.html). Watching cartoons doesn’t only make children become harmful to others but also to themselves as well. In 2004, Dr. Ruebert Saturnine III presented an argument on the negative effects of...
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  • Implictions
    , kissing or offensive behavior or language so as to glorify, encourage or justify induce or incite indecent or obscene behavior. * Present the figure of a woman, her form or body or any part thereof in such a way as to have the effect of being indecent degrading or derogatory to woman or depict women...
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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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  • 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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  • Effects of Advertisement on Indian Children
    the sales of junk food, growth in TV ads, harmful content broadcasting, and no regulation over unhealthy food and development of bad habits among children. Conclusion:  Strict enforcement of regulations on advertisements in any form, corrective measures and a need of guidelines under the...
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  • Famous Musicians
    for his versatile voice as well as excellent emotion range. Sonu has sung with clear pronunciations, in many languages besides Hindi, including Bengali, Oriya, Kannada, Punjabi,Tamil, Telugu, English, Bhojpuri, Urdu, Nepali and Marathi.[3] He remains particularly popular in Southern India for his...
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  • Code Switching and Distortion of Bangla Language in Bangladeshi Media
    must use proper Bangla otherwise it can be thought that Bangla language is neglected by them. If electronic media switch code, it will be very harmful for the language as well as for the nation. Globalization, English medium schools, FM radios, TV channels are main causes for rapid expansion of...
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  • Zee Telefilms
    Zee Jagran Zee Arabiya ZIMA Hindi entertainment channel Hindi movie channel Hindi news channel Music channel English channel targeted at the urban and young audiences English movie channel Marathi language channel Punjabi language entertainment channel Bengali language channel Gujarati language...
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  • Tamil Nadu
    young brain manipulated by jazzy visual effects cannot divide attention to listen carefully to language. TV is a very quick medium. Messages are shot at the viewer as if by an automatic rifle. Their minds must be equally as quick to interpret the messages, and with such a “two-minute mind”, many...
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  • Star Tv Network
    VIJAY NATIONAL GEAOGRAPHIC About STAR PLUS : Launched in 1992,21 February as Star TV. STAR Plus is a Hindi language general entertainment television channel based in India. 1992, Star Plus was an English language television channel showing international content from the U.S, U.K and Australia...
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  • A comparative study on Catholic televangelism and traditional catholic mass
    particular purposes. In this theory, the people are to decide as to which media they want to use and what effects do they want the media to have. Uses and Grats also debunks the idea that media has a homogeneous effect to its audiences. It emphasizes that a specific medium, such as TV, radio, and internet...
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  • Cartoon Netwrork
    . | | Kathy McClaure, Vice President Programming, Turner Network, Asia, said, "The bringing in of Tamil-dubbed cartoons is to further reinforce Cartoon Network's commitment to bring localized programming." Hindi and Tamil dubbing was done in collaboration with Indian TV software...
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  • A Study of Value Innovation in Hindi News Channels
    languages. Nine in ten affluent watch TV & nearly three-fourth read English dailies. Result also shows that rich segment also watches more movies outside home than other affluent segments. Magazine reading is not very strong amongst the affluent & more than 6 in 10 individuals do not read...
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  • Zee Tv
    function as a city TV station. The Company also proposed to develop Pay TV industry and with this in view is jointly promoting Zee Cinema, the first Hindi movie Pay TV Channel along with the News Corp 1995 The Company along with NewsCorp’s promoted another company viz. Programme Asia Trading...
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  • Landmark
    Toolbox What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Printable version Permanent link Cite this page Languages Български Česky Deutsch Español Esperanto فارسی Français...
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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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  • Sun Tv Network
    media company based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. It is a part of Sun Group. It has been named as Asia's most profitable media corporations and the largest TV network.[2][3] Established on April 13, 1993, it created and owns a variety of television channels and radio stations in multiple languages...
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  • Corporate Accounting Assignment
    Our Company was incorporated as Sumangali Publications Private Limited on December 18, 1985. The word `private' in the name of our Company was deleted with effect from July 1,1996 pursuant to Section 43A(1A) of the Companies Act, 1956. The name of our Company was changed to Sun TV Limited by a special...
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  • Paper Industry
    English and there are thousands of upcoming entrepreneurs who see language as the major barrier in following up business news and information. It is this gap that BS filled with the Hindi edition which gives relevance to localized content too. Amar Ujala group announced an end-2008 re-launch of its...
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  • Paper on Food Adulteration
    changed their physical guise. A majority of the households in Dhaka city have access to cable networks. Most of these channels broadcast the programs in either English or Hindi. Of these two, Hindi channels are more popular with the masses since the language is close to our mother tongue and people...
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