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  • Nbc and the Innovation of Television News, 1945-1953

    THE SEARCH FOR A FORMAT In order to begin broadcasting news on the television, NBC had to find the perfect format that could easily be understood by the audience. They started by experimenting with the combination of the method used by radio stations and the method used by theatrical newsreels. The...

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  • Google

    Not quite. Google's share remains far below the shares of market leaders during the emergence of earlier new media: radio and TV. Affiliates of NBC and CBS controlled more than 85% of nighttime radio wattage in 1938, giving the networks a virtual lock on evening broadcasts. In the 1950s, the two...

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  • Tvbasics

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 National . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Top 100 TV Programs of 2011-2012 Season . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Top 50 TV Specials of All Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Top 50 Sports...

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  • NBC Tough Decisions

    1 Chapter 8 Case Study: Making Difficult Decisions at NBC Universal The NBC Universal’s late night programming network where faced with some very tough decisions regarding Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien talk show host....

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  • The History of Nbc

    The History of NBC News Channel 4 signed on the air as WNBT on July 1,1941, at 1:29 p.m. This historic event was the beginning of commercial television in the United States. At 2:30 p.m. the same day, WNBT again made history when 4,000 television sets were tuned to the station's first telecast...

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  • Nbc on Trouble

    Bargaining power of buyers 8 iii. Threat of new entrants 8 iv. Threat of substitutes 9 v. Rivalry among competitors 9 III. Internal Analysis Of NBC 9 i. Competitive Advantages (Strengths) 9 ii. Competitive Disadvantages (Weaknesses) 11 IV. Competitor Analysis 14 D. Identification And Justification...

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  • Ge Company Analysis

    Page 1 Proposed Mission Statement Page 2 Environmental Mission Statement Page 2 External Audit Pages 2-4 Opportunities Page 3 Threats Pages 3-4 Competitive Environment Analysis Page 4 Rivalry Among Competing Firms Page 4 ...

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  • Dtra

    Programs Assessment of Catastrophic Events Center (ACECenter) - The Assessment of Catastrophic Events Center (ACECenter) describes DTRA's hazard prediction and consequences assessment capabilities and how qualified users can obtain them. (Learn more) Center for Special Weapon Effects, NBC Threats...

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  • Teacher

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-freelance- work for many different companies --pros - motivation, flexibility...

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  • General Electric

    (December 2009) For a complete list of acquisitions and divestitures, see General Electric timeline In 1986 GE reacquired RCA, primarily for the NBC television network (also parent of Telemundo Communications Group), The remainder was sold to various companies, including Bertelsmann (Bertelsmann acquired...

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  • chapter notes

    the television industry and how programs are produced Chapter main points Electronic television developed during the 1930s. After World War II it quickly grew in popularity and replaced radio as the main information and entertainment medium. Three networks NBC, CBS, and ABC dominated early TV...

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  • Mass Media

    much larger than the 25 regular editions. The record for a Sunday paper is held by The New York Times. One issue on a Sunday in 1965 contained 946 pages, weighed over 7 pounds, and cost 50 cents. Reading the Sunday paper is an American tradition, for some people an alternative to going to church. Getting...

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  • Strategic Marketing

    • M&M's - Melts in your mouth, not in your hands. (US, 1954) • McDonald's - List of McDonald's ad programs • Nabisco - Nibble a Nab for a nickle • NBC - Proud as a Peacock; Be There!; Come Home to NBC (US, 1980's) • New York State - I [heart] New York • Nickelodeon - The First and Only Network for...

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  • Radio History

    channel, previous channel, and volume/off. This type of control did not meet the needs of teletext sets, where pages were identified with three-digit numbers. A remote control to select teletext pages would need buttons for each numeral from zero to nine, as well as other control functions, such as switching...

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  • Hulu Case Write-Up

    strategically derives competitive advantage from a portfolio of relationship with TV networks and studios. Conceived by media giants News Corp. and NBC, and recently adopted by Disney/ABC, Hulu has extensive access to current shows and contents from its three largest equity stakeholders as well as additional...

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  • The Deadly Dees

    Spy espionage adventure series, Cosby became the first African-American co-star in a dramatic television series, and NBC became the first to present a series so cast. At first Cosby and NBC executives were concerned that some affiliates might be unwilling to carry the series. At the beginning of the 1965...

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  • Snowden

    was in a scramble to put in place a program, any program that would prevent another attack like the one on 9/11. Edward Loomis an employee of the NSA made the government aware of an existing program “Thin Thread” that was already in place. This was an encrypted program design to protect U.S. citizens from...

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  • English

    I found the part that made me chuckle the most at the end of the page: Journalists should: - Clarify and explain news coverage and invite dialogue with the public over journalistic conduct. - Encourage the public to voice grievances against the news media. - Admit mistakes and correct them promptly...

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  • Ge and Immelt

    outside of the United States federal government. In 1970 GE sold its computer division to Honeywell. In 1986 GE reacquired RCA, primarily for the NBC television network. The remainder was sold to various companies, including Bertelsmann and Thomson SA. In 2002 Francisco Partners and Norwest Venture...

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  • Obama Poll

    HART/McINTURFF AUGUST 2011 Study #11382--page 1 NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey Interviews: 1000 adults, including 200 reached by cell phone Date: August 27-31, 2011 Study #11382 NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey 48 Male 52 Female Please note: all results are shown as percentages...

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