• 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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    survey by A C Nielsen UTV's research partner showed that an average child watches TV for about three hours on week days and 3.7 hours on weekends, the time spent on television goes up with age, and the preferred language of viewing is Hindi across all age groups. Apart from the programs children also...
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  • Globalisation of Entertainment Industry in India
    Indians on the global stage. HINDI FILM INDUSTRY Current Situation :-The Hindi film Industry popularly known as “Bollywood” is the main contributor to the Indian film industry after regional language film industries like Bengali, Tamil, Telegu and Marathi. The Indian film industry is projected to...
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  • Journal
    prominent Indian languages in which papers have grown over the years are Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Bengali. [1] The Indian language papers have taken over the English press as per the latest NRS survey of newspapers. The main reasons being the marketing strategy...
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  • Infants Watching Tv Can Be Harmful
    at my own 8-week-old daughter who showed no interest at all in watching TV and wondered about the effects of TV watching for infants. I wondered if it actually could be harmful in some ways. Professor Dimitri A Christakis, from the Seattle Children’s Research Institute and the University of...
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  • A Study of the Impact of Television Viewing on the Education of the Adolescent Student
    negative effects of television, it's important to understand what the impact of television can be on children. Below you will find information on some areas of concern. Violence Over the past two decades, hundreds of studies have examined how violent programming on TV affects children and young...
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  • Television
    limited only to the youth varying from the age group of 14-20yrs. • The research was limited to all television channels in English or Hindi. 1.4- RESEARCH METHODOLGY 1.4.1-FORMATION OF A RESEARCH PROBLEM My study relates to “TELEVISION AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE YOUTH” it relates the types of programmes...
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  • Male and Female Communication Styles in TV Talk Show Programs
    ENG MO3: Sociolinguistics Final paper: Male and Female Communication Styles in TV Talk Show Programs Submitted by: Ms. JANICE LIM-IT LOZADA MA in English Language Studies Submitted to: MARILU B. RAÑOSA-MADRUNIO, Ph.D. ENG M03 Professor INTRODUCTION Generally speaking, men...
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  • Cultural Diffusion: Scope or Threat
    broadcasting in their country, we are very generous and very host full, so we accept all their channels. Here is a discussion about the harmful effects of indian channels in Bangladesh. This is the main threat of cultural diffusion in Bangladesh. There are some Bangladeshi entertainers who believe that they...
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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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  • Viabiliy of News Channels in India
    • TEZ • INDIA TV • INDIA NEWS • P-7 NEWS • STAR NEWS • LIVE INDIA • CNEB • NEWS 24 • A TO Z NEWS • FOCUS TV • IBN-7 • TOTAL TV • TV100 VIABILITY OF HINDI NEWS CHANNELS: Hindi is the national language of India. It is the most...
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    show. The Final harmful effect is that students watch TV to much can get only one-way information. In fact, may have good comprehension but no reflection back that causes them slower to speak. Delayed language development will led to mental retardation in the absence. In nutshell, i believe that...
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  • Study Guide 1
    formula Official language of state, Mother tongue, Official language- Hindi/English Very easy for North Indians barely had to put any effort and sometimes didn’t have to learn 2 new languages Very hard for South Indians Difficult to learn Indo Aryan language Spread of language through...
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  • Televsion Journalism and Production
    English as well as in regional languages. Interview Programme: An interview is an oral face-to-face conversation between the interviewer and the interviewee(s). Television also broadcasts interview programmes. These may be between two or more people. Similarly the interview may be a personality...
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  • Impact of Television
    causes of obesity in children. � TV ads affect the child and make him the fast foods are harmful to health. � TV develops some wrong behaviors of the child, such as: smoking, addiction, and the use of violence as a means to get what he wants. The negative effects: �Children who watch TV for long...
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  • The Negative Effects of Watching Tv Too Much for the Children
    Television is a modern media which brings to us many benefits. Besides,it also causes several negative effects. According to a recent survey, a child watches television more than 4 hours / day, and they are very hard to change this habit. It is very harmful. Children watching TV too much can face...
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  • Pwc India Media Outlook 2010
    attaining higher ARPU • Fiction remains the key diet for Indian viewers. Key Hindi GEC players are targeting the regional language channels • News losing out to Hindi GECs in the race for ratings • Music channels shifting more towards non-music content • Sports entertainment picking up, but sports...
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  • Paksa
    kasabihan na walang pinagbasihan. Ito ay kadalasang namana natin sa ating mga ninuno. Ako’y di pumapanig o naniniwala dito. Dahil ang tunay na kapalaran at swerte ng tao ay tao rin ang makakagawa. Hindi ito nakabase sa paniniwala na wala naman katuturan at walang pinagbasihan. Sorcery the art...
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  • Business
    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 Group. 1995 - The Company alongwith Newscorp promoted another company viz. Programme Asia Trading Company Private Ltd. (PATCO) for programme supplies to...
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  • Bollywood and Liberalization
    consumption activities b. theatre halls c. methods of acting d. use of language iv. Name the first satellite channel which came to India with globalization a. BBC b. Zee TV c. Star TV d. ESPN v. Name the form of media which became a tough competitor for Hindi film industry...
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