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Television Network

1. The most important challenges for a new television network include advertising, settling on a target demographic, building a distribution system, and market the new brand. With the case of CW, dividing the responsibilities between the former WB and former UPN networks was also a major challenge, in addition to deciding which shows from each network would continue. Distribution is the primary concern, as it’s important for the network, especially a new one, to reach as much of the country as possible...

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NBC and the Innovation of Television News

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 news-anchor would recite the news while music played in the background, complimenting photos, filmed events, and headlines that were displayed on the screen. This program was first used by NBC in 1940 on a show called "The Esso Television Reporter" that...

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Television Role in Preserving American Values During the Cold War

- Television Role In Preserving American Values During The Cold War After World War II, technology was advancing and converting from military orientation to more consumer based companies. One of the new technology devices that were introduced to American consumers was television. American television in the 1940’s and 1950’s became a link marvel between Americans, podcasting news, shows, and movies. American television during the 1940’s and the 1950’s played a major rule...

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Media Reaction Paper

Grey’s Anatomy is a television series that began in 2005. The show is in its sixth season and has a loyal following. Competition among television networks became increasingly competitive with the introduction of cable television. Cable television also allowed shows to use curse and cross the lines of what may be considered adult television. In an effort to increase viewers following, networks have begun to add multicultural depth and challenge the rigid television guidelines. This media reaction...

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Essay On Shonda Rhimes

Dave Chappelle in the quote above, in order to achieve progress in matters like race, it has to be openly addressed, especially by mass media. And this is where Shonda Rhimes has failed with television. Undoubtedly, she has created space for ethically flexible and multifaceted female characters in network television through shows that challenge audiences – something rare outside of cable nowadays. Her protagonists – two of them black – are successful women, which demonstrates she is willing to defy common...

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Evolution of Advertising

norm. Television The market did not embrace television initially because of the high cost of TV sets and the lack of programming. However, as the American economy improved in the 1950s, television’s popularity surpassed that of radio. Soon, the industry considered it the number-one medium for advertising. With the establishment of the DuMont Television Network, the modern trend of selling advertising time to multiple sponsors became a permanent feature of the commercial television industry in...

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Government Regulation on Media in America

The government is the political direction and control exercised over the actions of the members, citizens, or inhabitants of communities, societies, and states. Media is the means of communication, such as radio, television, newspapers, magazines, and the internet which influence people broadly. The mainstream American media information presented to the public viewers is selected by the government. Outside of government institutions, no other unit has more influence in determining policy decisions...

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Brand and Oreal

2007. In 2007, the company spent $1,632.3 million advertising in the U.S. (Adage). Of that total, $318.5 million was spent on magazine advertisements. $195.1 million was spent on network television advertising, followed by $95.8 million for syndicated television advertising spots and then by $84.2 on cable television. From 2006 to 2007, L’Oreal more than doubled its spending on internet advertising as well as local radio advertising (Adage). Of the $1,632.3 million spent, $298.7 million was spent...

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Strategic Management: NewsCorp

to expand to the UK, where it acquired more publishers. In 1984 NewsCorp also moved to the US and made the first major product shift by acquiring film company and several television programs. Five years later Newscorp launched a satellite broadcasting network in the UK, named Sky Television. It merged with BSB but Sky Television dominated the new company and in 1992 it launched a sports channel. In 1996 NewsCorp introduced the Fox News Channel in the US. Also it moved into Asia with the acquisition...

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ABS CBN review

CBN lets brief the early beginnings of the company. Back in the 50’s ABS-CBN is merged from two networks, James Lindenberg’s Alto Broadcasting Systems and Lopezes’ Chronicles Broadcasting Network. But later was closed due to the declaration of Martial law in 1972. In 1986, ABS CBN Reopened and launched DZMM RADYO PATROL during the Edsa Revolution. ABS CBN is now a major Filipino television network that continues to produce world class news and entertainment programs not only in the Philippines...

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