• Case Study
    and services are not an old phenomenon in Bangladesh but not that much powerful in the society. The oldest one is state owned working as a mouthpiece of the government. The private sector list is not too short but mainly these news organizations are small enterprises. Newspapers papers of Bangladesh...
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  • Broadcasting
    frequency, and phase of the wave within a frequency band. Band - is a small section of the spectrum of radio communication frequencies, in which channels are usually used or set aside for the same purpose. The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) -is a specialized agency of the United Nations...
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  • Shaping
    offer more power and control to users, and increase the difficulties for states to control the movement of information across borders and for governments to regulate different media sectors or to regulate media in a thorough-going way. As a result, DBS may have significant implications for change...
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  • Media and Politics in South East Asia
    levels Presence of policies, laws and other regulations restricting the media for the sake of "preserving harmony and diversity" Some are owned by government entities, others by businesses and elites Serving the agenda expected of them Different perceptions on its role in society Some see it as...
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  • Internship
    commercial broadcasting television network, as well as a mass-media state-owned megacorporation, headquarters at Karachi, Pakistan. Founded on November 26, 1964 by an international-sector organization NEC under license from the Government of Pakistan, [1] PTV was the first major televised media broadcasting...
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  • Launch Radio Channel
    share in India. The major factor for this phenomenal growth is that it is the oldest operating radio channel in India and the other factor is the suo motto of other FM players. As there are government stringent rules of broadcasting news and current affairs. The present advertising cost incurred by companies...
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  • Indian News Broadcasting
    the current liberalized environment that is characterized by information and knowledge base, the media, particularly the satellite television news channels, is a very powerful medium that plays a significant role in shaping public opinions and beliefs, and disseminating correct information and knowledge...
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  • Dth Services
    DTH then which company service do they use? I have interviewed 100 household (respondents) of Pune who belongs age group 15-64 years and should be the TV expert of the household.TV expert means the person who is watching more television as compared to others in a household and should have all the knowledge...
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  • Dth Industry -Econimic Analysis
    Long back we only had only one TV channel in India. ‘Doordarshan’ was the only channel available for viewers and it was owned & controlled by government of India. Reception of signal used to happen via an antenna installed in every home with Television. Then with Cable TV Ordinance law passed in January...
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  • Hinduism
    wireless technologies. DTH, a relatively new broadcasting technology has attained significant popularity in the Television segment. The introduction of private FM has given a fillip to the radio broadcasting in India . Telecommunication in India has greatly been supported by the INSAT system of the country...
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  • History of dth service in india
    foreign channels like Star TV and creation of domestic satellite channels like Sun TV and Zee TV. This virtually destroyed the monopoly held by Doordarshan. In 1992, the Cable TV industry started. If one could list down the revolutions that happened in Indian entertainment industry, Cable TV would top...
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  • Expansion of Recharge Network of Videocon D2H in Hubli India
    television dates back to the launch of doordarshan, India s national TV network in 1959. The transmission was in black & white. The 9th Asian games which were held in 1982 in the country s capital New Delhi heralded the mark of color TV broadcasting in India. In 1991, Indian economy was liberalized...
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  • Essay
    Introduction Living in the West we are told that the news media (television, newspapers, radio) are free. It is certainly true that there are few government conspiracies to censor. Unlike in totalitarian countries, the media is not generally state run or controlled. However this is not the full story...
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  • The Evolution and Effect of New Media
    market where the government has full control over. The state is the decision maker on how, who, and when things are produced. In this model, there is no private ownership, everything is owned by the state. In the contrary, the market economy is a free market which has absolutely no government intervention...
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  • service
    but It got approval from government in 2000. ZEE TV was the initiator of this innovation of private dish in India with name DISH TV. Then after doordarshan came up with APNA DTH and after that TATA penetrate by making joint venture with BSKYB of UK with named TATA SKY. DISH TV gained majority of market...
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  • Btec Business Level Three - Unit 1 - the Business Environment Assignment 1
    Broadcasting with £5.9 billion (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BBC#Finance). The reason that Sky’s operating expenditure is higher is because Sky is a private sector PLC, which means that the public can buy shares in a company. Selling shares means more capital income is invested in the business as people...
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  • Radio Analysis
    material Radio broadcasting started in 1927 in India at Mumbai and Kolkata with two privately owned transmission stations which were later on acquired by the government. In July 1999 the government allowed the private players to enter FM radio broadcasting sector in India. However, since the introduction...
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  • Old and New Media
    source was blocked or banned, another one was appropriated to get the word out. For example, when the government banned news channels during the November 2007 state of emergency, private television channels uploaded news clips to YouTube and live streamed their content over the internet, thus motivating...
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  • Corporate Accounting Assignment
    Santhoshni B.Com(general) 2nd Year SUN TV NETWORK LIMITED CONTENTS  Company’s Profile 4  Founder Of The Company 5  Corporate Information 6  History Of The Company...
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  • Mass Media in Usa
    which offer more serious information about politics, home and national news, also information about sport, art, music...But it does not offer only government information as some foreigners believe. The New York Times is ranked as „the worlds top daily.“ There are state, city, and local newspapers...
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