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  • Warner Bros - 1204 Words
    Dezerae Casares Humanities 90 TTh 8:00am – 9:25 9 December, 2014 Warner Brothers Studio A couple of days ago I took a tour in the Warner Brothers studio in Burbank, and everything was more than I expected. It was a great working studio and I got to see so many props, sets, costumes, exhibits, and even some movie stars that I personally don’t know. It was a great experience. Most of the time you are taken in a tram to see different sets and get around the studio. You were able to enter a...
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  • Warner Bros History - 271 Words
    Warner Bros. studios was the brain child of brothers Harry, Albert, Sam, and Jack L. Warner. Harry, Albert, and Sam began in the exhibition business in 1903 after acquiring a projector with which they showed films in the mining towns of Pennsylvania and Ohio. In 1904 they founded the Pittsburgh-based Duquesne Amusement & Supply Company and with in a few years they distributed pictures across a four-state area. In 1918 the brothers opened Warner Bros. Studio on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood...
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  • Warner Bros Corporate Strategy
    TABLE OF CONTENT 1.0 Introduction……………………………….………………………………………….2 2.0 Porter’s five forces on Warner Bro…………………...……………………………2-3 3.1 Suppliers Power……………….………………………………………………....3 3.2 Buyers Power……...……….…………………………………………………….3 3.3 The treat of substitute..………………….……………………………………….4 2.4 Competition rivalry………………………………………………………………4 3.0 SWOT analysis on Warner Bros………………..……………………………………..4 4.4 Strengths….…………………..…………………………………………………4-5 4.5...
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  • Swot: Film and Warner Bros.
    Warner Bros SWOT Analysis Strengths * Warner Bros. is one of the largest movie producers in the world and is recognized internationally. With this high brand reputation as an entertainment leader, Warner Bros. has a strong competitive advantage. * As a huge company, Warner Bros. possesses large funds and enough resources to produce high quality movies and effectively market them without partnering with other parties. These funds also allow this company to hire the most popular actors,...
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  • Warner Bros. and Rick
    Casablanca “Here’s looking at you kid”. (Humphrey Bogart) When you hear this line it takes you back to Casablanca, a cinema masterpiece. To be truly called a cinema classic, a film has to enter the very fabric of our global conscience. What makes Casablanca a landmark film is its romance. Casablanca came about in 1942, a time when the world was embroiled in World War II. The film perfectly captures the natural pride and sacrifice. (Casablanca, DVD) This film was based on a play entitled...
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  • Warner Bros V Nelson 1937 Case Study
    WARNER BROS v NELSON 1937 Case Study Facts – Small time actress Bette Davis who had a contract with the Warner Bros to act for the them and at the same time not to act or sing for anybody else for two years without the plaintiff's written consent and no other employment could be taken up during this period without the plaintiff's consent. Bette Davis was convinced that all the staring in mediocre film rolls provided by Warner Bros was ruining her career. She accepted an offer in...
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  • Warner Brothers - 4578 Words
    A REPORT ON WARNER BROS. COMPANY [pic] PREPARED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (MGTS GC 211) To Mr. Ch.V.V.S.N.V. PRASAD (I/C-MGTS GC 211) APRIL 23, 2008 1 PREPARED BY: B AVINASH BABU 2006P7PS060 DEVINENI S R CHOWDARY 2006P7PS117 BHARADWAJ AVVA 2006P7PS076 RANJIT 2006T6PS480 VISHWANATH V 2006P7PS108 GOWTHAM KILARU 2006P8PS262 KAMESWAR SHARMA M V 2006P7PS058 JAGADEESH K...
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  • Time Warner - 878 Words
    Time Warner Inc. Part 1 Time Warner Inc. is one of the biggest media conglomerates in the world it is only behind Walt Disney and News Corporation. The main areas of activity are film making, publishing and TV broadcasting. Time Warner combines subsidiaries like Warner Bros., New Line Cinema, Turner Broadcasting, through the last the company runs on air popular channels CNN, TBC and TNT. Also paid channels HBO and Cinemax are ran by Time Warner. The company affects almost all...
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  • Time Warner - 1649 Words
    Time Warner is a media powerhouse. Its influence and control spans various media outlets in the realms of film, television, music, and print works. Time Warner’s significant mark in television and film is evident in the great number of subsidiaries that operate under it. Such Subsidiaries include CNN, HBO, WB Network, Kids WB, New Line Cinema, The CW television network and Turner Classic Movies. In the publishing arena, Time Warner has current assets in the form of several magazine publications...
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  • Time Warner Analysis - 980 Words
    BUSINESS CASE ASSIGNMENT 1 Jie Tian Zhaopeng Li A. As part of strategic planning exercise, describe and analyze the vision and mission statements of Time Warner Inc. There is no explicit vision or mission statements on Time Warner’s website. But according to the description of vision and mission statements on class the “ABOUT US” statement on the company’s website resembles the mission statement and the “OUR VALUES” statement fits the definition of vision statement. The “ABOUT US”...
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  • Time Warner Case Study
    Case Summary The merger of AOL-Time Warner hit rock bottom in January 2003, when the Company posted a loss of $98.7 billion for 2002, the largest corporate loss in US history. Being an employee of the company, TJ (we) have to give fact-based answers to Memos, which are assigned to us. In 2000, AOL purchased Time Warner for $164 billion, resulting in formation of AOL Time Warner. FCC, Federal Trade Commission and European Commission approved the deal a year later. AOL owned 55% of the new...
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  • The Ownership of Time Warner - 1491 Words
    In 50’s, there are over 500 media companies in America, but through many integrations, there are only 6 major media institutions in America and they dominate nearly 98% of the market in America. “The media monopoly” written by Ben Bagdikian in 1983 criticized that the concentration of the media institution in America is fundamentally anti-democratic. Moreover, In the process of globalisation, people of different countries are becoming “world audiences”. The demands for media texts produced by...
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  • Aol Time Warner Inc. – a Bad Idea from the Start?
    EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT A. Societal Environment 1. Economic • Strong competition among internet providers – not able to increase prices(O/T) • Growing markets, Stage II development for Internet service with Broadband, Cable and DSL(O) • Business growth, product and service usage (cable, internet, media)(O) • September 11th disaster(O/T) • The ‘burst' of the Internet bubble(T) • Corporations' accounting issues(T) • Slowdown of the economy(O/T) 2. Technological • Changes in...
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  • Hollywood Accounting - 342 Words
    Hollywood Accounting Despite the many copyright infringement accusations and the recent economic recession, the Hollywood box office remains a multi-billion dollar industry. If it is unarguably profitable and healthy then how do highly acclaimed feature presentations such as Harry Potter, My Big Fate Greek Wedding, Lord Of The Rings, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Forest Gump and Nash Bridges report incredible losses of up to $167 million? The answer is Hollywood Accounting and it basically...
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  • Tom And Jerry Character Analysis
    Identify companies that have been successful at reviving brands What company, brand, industry? 2014 Warner Bros Animation - TV on Cartoon Network What did they do? 26 Episodes: two 11-minute shorts in each episode What did it cost? How long did it take? " We’ve been working on it, obviously, for well over a year. These things take a long time to actually make, so it’s been the last couple of years. Even figuring out the pitch before that takes a while longer as well.” “It takes about a...
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  • Fads in the 1940s - 290 Words
    FADS OF THE 1940'S During the 1940s, growing up in the United States of American became more complex. Technology provided new interest and amusements. The Great Depression and two world wars touch young people's lives. Still some things did not change. Going to school and having fun were the only thing that children had to worry about. As the economy grew, many Americans were able to buy goods that were consider luxuries. Base ball continued to be a favorite...
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  • What Ever Happened to Baby Jane: Movie Analysis
    What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? When Henry Farrell’s novel What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? falls into director Robert Aldrich’s hands for the first time, Aldrich knows instantly that he can create a hit. However, the success of the screenplay starring Bette Davis and Joan Crawford goes far beyond what Aldrich could ever predict. The film grosses almost ten times its estimated budget, a success partly credited to the enormous effort that went into promoting What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?....
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  • Paramount-Viacom Merger - 788 Words
    PARAMOUNT AS A TARGET WHO IS INTERESTED MORE ? BIG DIVERSIFIED MATURED BRANDED 1 BACKGROUND PARAMOUNT COMMUNICATIONS ESTABLISHED PRESENCE: TYPE OF BUSINESS: •  Entertainment/Motion Picture production and distribution 1934 Worldwide Gulf & Western previously, name changed after acquisition of Paramount Pictures TYPE: HQ: Public NYC, New York, US •  Publishing 2 BACKGROUND VIACOM ESTABLISHED PRESENCE: TYPE OF BUSINESS: •  Networks •  Cable Television • ...
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  • Corey Turner - 287 Words
    Corey turner was born on 7 January 1976 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. His star sign is a Capricorn and his height is 6' 3" (1.91 m). Coreys achivements incude visual effects (20 titles)Editor (3 titles)Show Producer (1 title)Show Director (1 title)Show Self (3 titles). He is a stereographer which is someone who will sit by the director and map out the presentation for the 3D movie. They need to make sure they stayon point with whatthe director visions also, not just " oh this looks great, ill put...
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  • The Dark Knight and The Matrix neo-noir characteristics
    The Dark Knight and The Matrix neo-noir characteristics Both movies show neo-noir characteristics though both production and story elements. Production elements such as the dark scenes throughout the movie are used to show the contrasting sides to the story. Within both movies it also shows that a friend of the main character dies, and it shows how this may be devastating to the character however they avoid showing emotion or grief as they are determined to finish their quest and do what is...
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  • Mean Streets - 482 Words
    Mean Streets is Scorsese’s breakthrough film, his first financed by a major studio – Warner Brothers, though it’s not exactly a blockbuster-budget affair. Charlie, the film’s protagonist, struggles to maintain his sense of Catholic values despite being in the world of the petty Mafiosi – he’s not a made man by any stretch of the imagination, but he’s trying. He’s also a devout Catholic, who understands that “you don’t pay for your sins in church; you do it in the street – you do it at home.”...
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  • Case of Movie Industry - 1117 Words
    CHAPTER-03 1. What competitive forces have challenged the movie industry? What problems have these forces created? What changes have these problems caused the movie &televisions studios to make? Some competitive forces have challenged the movie industry such as – • Treats of new entrants • Substitute Products or services • Increasing bargaining power of customers • Increasing bargaining power of suppliers • Rivalry among existing competitors Those are...
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  • Changes During the 1900's
    Throughout the 1900’s great and monumental changes were made in our country. Changes the Like Fair Labors Act of 1938, the Dyer Anti Lynching bill, and Women’s Suffrage all took place in at this time. The 1900's also brought in Muckraking, the Dust Bowl, the Great Depression, and the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. The mid 1900s gave way to crime and gangs a problem that we still have today. Satchmo and Louis Armstrong along with Duke Ellington, And Frank Sinatra are all products of the 1900's....
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  • Power of advertisements - 317 Words
    PUBLIC SPEAKING *Music* Well I guess each and every one of you know that this is the teaser and not the trailer of the movie. Most of you know, right? Now, a show of the hands. Who was looking forward to see the movie because of the teaser? So, did this part – potato nanana~ appeared in the movie? Are you all disappointed? That – is the method of advertisement by Universal Pictures. Fun fact! The number of viewers for the teaser is 30 million – 3 times more than the number of viewers...
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  • Movie Industry - 594 Words
    1) What competitive forces have challenged the movie industry? The movie industry is challenged by increased levels of high-speed Internet access, improved PCs with DVD readers and writers, easy-to-carry video devices, and leading-edge file-sharing services. These forces make the video download easier and faster than ever before. 2) What problems have these forces created? Meanwhile, benefits are not the only things came with these competitive forces, problems came as well. The movie...
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  • Casablanca Film Review - 1238 Words
    CASABLANCA FILM REVIEW 1. How did the practical constraints imposed by World War II affect this movie? (Give 2 examples.) Hollywood shifted from an outspoken denial of any overt promotion of the U.S. involvement in the war to an active on-screen support of that involvement. The cast was very international, of all the principle and supporting actors in the film came from Europe, only Humphrey Bogart and Dooley Wilson were born and raised in America. The rest of the actors either cam to...
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  • Animation - 397 Words
    In the very beginning of its time, animation was created for the pleasure of only the artist, but it has evolved with time to become a form of entertainment that brings pleasure to not only the artist, but also a wide variety of audiences. I believe that there are limitations with animation just like there are limitations with any other art form. I agree with Walt Disney and the historian of popular culture’s statements, but when it comes to what the other mentioned critics suggested about...
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  • Watching a Movie at Home or in Theaters
    Tyler Murphy Compare and Contrast Paper (Rough Draft) October 12, 2010 B5 Composition & Grammar Watching Movies: At Home vs. Going to the Theaters When deciding between watching a movie/video at home and watching a movie/video in a theater, most people base their decision on many things. Some major components people factor in before making a decision on which is way of watching...
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  • Luffy - 550 Words
    Hobby I am a kind of person who has lots of hobbies. First of all, I enjoy doing sports activities such as basketball, volleyball and table tennis. I always keep in my mind the proverb “A sound mind in a sound body”. Secondly, I like listening to music. I am a fan of Chris Brown, Ne-Yo and Nelly. In my opinion, they have great vocal abilities. Besides, I like singing their songs in karaoke. My third and the most important hobby is watching films and reading news about...
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  • Economic Impact on Hollywood - 2012 Words
    Introduction The filmmaking industry has always been a business first, and some of the major studios’ most successful projects came from taking popular radio shows, which were the previous form of entertainment and turning them into television shows and sometimes films. Over the years the studio system grew in to a production machine, pumping out creative masterpieces that lead to the magical and creative sentiment Hollywood has garnered. Oftentimes the wondrous masterpieces mesmerized...
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  • Mini essay - 3650 Words
    Name: Prue Middleton Student Number: S2917605 Unit Code: CMM10 Unit Name: Screen History and Research My tutor: Dr Danielle Zuvela Unit Convenor: Dr David Baker Assignment Name: Interview Based Report Assignment Number: 1 Word Count: 1500 Due Date: Friday week 5 Extension Granted: No (If yes) Extension Date: na (If yes) Extension Date: na Interview Based Report Cinema in Great Britain from the 1920’s...
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  • Here's Looking at You, Kid.
    Here’s Looking at You, Kid. Filmed and released in 1942 Casablanca, starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, is a romantic drama set during World War II. The movie focuses on a man (Rick Blaine) torn between love and virtue and it is throughout the movie that he struggles to choose between his love for a woman (Ilsa Lund) and helping her and her Czech Resistance leader husband (Victor Lazlo) escape from the Vichy-controlled Moroccan city of Casablanca. Throughout the movie it becomes clear...
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  • Paramount and Movie Industry Analysis
    Marketing Term Paper The Movie Industry and Paramount Pictures Austin Brennan Table of Contents Introduction 3 Scope and segment of the industry 3 Analysis of the industry in 2011...
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  • Global Manager - Challenges and Responisibities
    Question 1. Constrains and Challenges for the Global Manager. As our organization we chose a humidification called ‘Climanova’ in Eede. It’s often interacted with because Jolien works there often in the weekends. The physical design: The organization is located in Eede a small town in Zeeland. Climanova lies on an industrial area surrounded by multiple European organizations. There is a big parking lot in front of Climanova where all the clients and employees get to park for free. The...
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  • World War Ii and Movie
    Casablanca Introduction to Film English 225 Professor Stave September 29, 2008 Casablanca The movie, Casablanca, based on the play "Everybody Wants to go to Rick's,” still captivates audiences around the world. This movie was a pleasurable afternoon of great movie watching. The setting of the movie is Casablanca, Morocco during the Second World War. Casablanca is the jump off point to get to Spain and then to America. I think that all four factors of a setting have...
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  • Opinion and analysis essay on movie "Merchants of Cool".
    The movie, "The Merchants of Cool", presented an in-depth look at the relationship between marketing giants and the individuality and "coolness" of teens today. I was surprised by some of the things shown in the movie; not that I was ignorant of the fierce marketing tactics used by companies to sell their product, but I was unaware of the extent that some are willing to go to. Sprite for instance, paid teenagers $50 each to come, dance, and have a good time at the launch party for its website....
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  • Accounting - 1647 Words
    Why did the New Zealand government offer Warner Brothers incentives to film “The Hobbit” in New Zealand? Analyse how this will affect the New Zealand film industry and New Zealand society. Warner Brothers, one of Hollywood's most famous studios, was founded in 1923 by four actual brothers: Jack, Sam, Harry & Albert Warner. On April 4, 1923, with help from a loan given to Harry Warner by his banker Motley Flint, they formally incorporated as Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. I believe that...
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  • Independent Films - 512 Words
    Independent films Independent films today are generally defined as American films financed and distributed by sources outside today's Big Six and its subsidiaries. {text:bookmark-start} {text:bookmark-end} {text:bookmark-start} {text:bookmark-start} {text:bookmark-end} {text:bookmark-end} Present day and digital filmmaking Taiting, Abdul Written Report Mr. Mike P. Limon In an effort to cash in on the present day boom in independent film, today's Big Six major studios, have created a number...
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  • Goldas Jewellery - 1043 Words
    OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT GOLDAS JEWELRY San Diego / 2010 About Company Goldas Jewelry was founded in Istanbul, Turkey by Yalınkaya Group in 1993. Goldas has an 18 million unit production capacity per year with ISO-9001 quality certificate. Their products are exported to 48 countries in 5 continents. Goldas has representative offices in UK, USA, Germany, Russia, UAE, Thailand, South Africa, China, Hong Kong and Ukraine. And also, Goldas has the ability to make on-line sales to the entire...
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  • role of film in society - 823 Words
    way or another. The idea that a film can have such an enormous impact on people can be difficult for some, however, this same impact can also be a great tool when used properly and for the right reasons. Rise of the Giants The roaring 1920’s gave us five major movie studios from the Hollywood area. These studios included Metro Goldwyn Mayer, Paramount, Warner Brothers, 20th Century Fox, and RKO Radio. Their growth gave rise to movie viewings and the overall popularity of this form of...
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  • Casablanca - 587 Words
    Casablanca The movie Casablanca tells a story of Rick Blaine, exiled American and former freedom fighter, who runs the most popular nightclub in town. For many people, it may be seen as a pure romance film. But, to me this film tells us about how Rick managesa nightclub during war times, learns the reason why Ilsa,his sweetheart,never followed him on his way to Casablanca, and has to make the most difficult decision ever. The first stage of the film starts during times of World War II in...
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  • Edge of tommorow - 971 Words
    Edge of Tomorrow is a 2014 American military science fiction film starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. Doug Liman directed the film based on a screenplay adapted from the Japanese light novel All You Need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka. The film takes place in the near future, where an alien race has invaded the Earth and defeated the world's military units. It follows Major William Cage (Cruise), a military PR officer inexperienced in combat, who is deployed into a combat mission against the...
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  • Casablanca Cinematography - 1702 Words
    Casablanca Cinematography The film Casablanca directed by Michael Curtiz and released in 1943—at the height of World War II—is set in December 1941 in Casablanca, French Morocco. It is a time of escalating power of the Nazi party, which attempted to gain control of most parts of the world starting with Europe and Northern Africa. As a result of the ascending power of the Nazis and anti-German sentiments, many Europeans were desperate to flee their homes. Because Casablanca was not yet...
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  • The Contemporary Hollywood Blockbuster Is Not so Much a Film as a Dev
    " I like ideas, especially movie ideas, that you can hold in your hand. If a person can tell me the idea in twenty-five words or less, its going to make a pretty good movie." Steven Spielberg.' For this essay I intend to discuss how Hollywood as an industry has used the marketing strategies of blockbuster films to significant advantage in film merchandising. Along with the use of mass merchandising as a form of marketing films, with the hope of creating awareness among the public. As...
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  • A Group of Investors - 507 Words
    Executive Summary: A group of investors (Arundel group) is looking into the idea of purchasing the sequel rights associated with films produced by one or more major movie studios. Movie rights are to be purchased prior to films being made. Arundel wants to come up with a decision to either purchase all the sequel rights for a studio's entire production during a specified period of time or purchase a specified number of major films. Arundel's profitability is dependent upon the price it pays...
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  • Paramount Pictures: the Transformers Dilemma
    Paramount Pictures: The Transformers Dilemma - Case Analysis The dilemma faced by Paramount pictures was to decide what changes, if any, should be made to Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon’s release date, best promotion strategy, and anticipate the rival Warner Brothers’ move. Each competitor probably had three options to choose from for the respective release dates. Paramount could consider moving the release date two weeks ahead to June, stay with the original July 1st weekend tentative...
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  • Porters Typology - 1114 Words
    Time Warner’s Customer groups Word count 655 Section 1. Introduction Time Warner facilitate for a wide range of customer types with their products and services they offer. Their products and services include; HBO, Time inc, Tuner broadcasting system and warner brother entertainment. Within these services there’s a variety of subsidiaries like, sports illustrated magazine (Time inc). They really try to accommodate for as many consumers as possible, focusing on the range of their...
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  • Critical Analysis - 1285 Words
    WALL-E: The Cautionary Tale “Will seeing WALL-E make kids more likely to recycle in the school cafeteria, or plant sprouts, as the kids from the spaceship do as their first act on Earth?” (Judkis) This reflective question posed by Maria Judkis in her article, “Will WALL-E Make Us Greener” requires the viewing audience to think about more than simply the love story between WALL-E and EVE and really try to understand the cautionary tale this film is actually telling. The environmental...
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  • Antitrust case - 412 Words
     Antitrust Case 1 United States v. Paramount Pictures, Inc. United States v. Paramount Pictures, Inc., 334 US 131 (1948) (also known as the Hollywood Antitrust Case of 1948, the Paramount Case, the Paramount Decision or the Paramount Decree) was a landmark United States Supreme Court antitrust case that decided the fate of movie studios owning their own theatres and holding exclusivity rights on which theatres would show their films. It would also change the way Hollywood movies were...
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  • Why Do We Read a Book
    What Does PG-13 MeanWhat Does PG-13 Mean? I am an international student. When I come to the America, everything was fresh and surprised. Especially, going to a movie theater was very impressed for me. While I was waiting to begin a movie, I was looking at movie posters that were displayed at the theater. At that moment, I discovered some abbreviations, such as R, G, and NC-17. If you had been born in the United States, you already knew what these were abbreviations of, but others who from...
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  • Cartoon Network - 762 Words
    Cartoon network Cartoon Network (CN) is an American cable television network owned by Turner Broadcasting which primarily airs animated programming . The channel was launched on October 1, 1992, after Turner purchased the animation studio Hanna-Barbara Productions in 1991. It was originally a 24-hour outlet for classic animation properties from the Turner Broadcasting libraries and was all-ages-oriented, but now the channel targets kids and teens (about ages 8-15) with mature content during...
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  • McCullagh notes - 1249 Words
    Name: Emma Dungan Student Number: 12498788 CM135 Analysing Media Content For Eileen Culloty. Signed:_________________________ The film I have selected to discuss for my final essay is “Casablanca” directed by Michael Curtiz. “Casablanca” is a romantic drama set during World War 2 in Vichy France, Morocco. It follows the imperishable love of its two main characters through its trials and tribulations at a time of great difficulty for everyone....
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  • Casablanca Analysis - 1291 Words
     The film Casablanca was released in the year 1942 just after the United States’ entrance into World War II on the heels of the attack at Pearl Harbor. The film was planned to be released in spring of 1943 but instead was released on November 26, 1942 in New York and Hollywood in order to coincide with the Allied Invasion of North Africa and the taking of Casablanca. The film was led by director Michael Curtiz was a Hungarian Jew born on December 24, 1886. He grew up in Hungry then moved to...
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  • Casablanca - 1042 Words
    Casablanca essay Casablanca is a classic Hollywood movie where the setting is in French unoccupied Casablanca of 1940’s World War II era. The good portion of the movie has a love story theme centered on two people whose names are Rick Blaine and Ilsa Lund. In the movie, Rick is the owner of Rick’s Americana bar and there his predictability is minimal as it can keep the audience guessing on his nature. He did play the part of the hero but kind of hard to notice his heroic nature in the...
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  • Dc Comics (2012-2013)
    Report on DC COMICS for Business Studies Introduction DC comics incorporated is a leading pioneer and one of the most successful enterprise in the American comic books and many related media industries (comic books, movies, games and etcetera) . Founded by Malcolm Wheeler Nicholson in 1934, it was originally known as 'National Allied Publication' the initials 'DC' was taken from the popular series 'Detective Comics' which subsequently became part of the company's name. DC...
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  • tomtomtomt - 1705 Words
    The chase is on! Everyone's favorite cat and mouse, Tom and Jerry, are back in brand-new cartoons! It's the classic look of the original shorts, but with all-new storylines. Watch Tom, Jerry, Spike, Tyke, Tuffy, Butch and other friends in new adventures around the house, and beyond! New settings include The Witches' Cat, a creepy haunted house where Tom belongs to a pair of witch sisters; The Lab-Mouse, where Tom and Jerry get into secret formulas and wild experiments; and The Cat & Mouse...
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  • Youtube, the Internet and the Future of Movies
    YouTube, The Internet and the future of movies The Internet has transformed the music industry. Sales of CDs in retail music stores have been declining while sales of songs downloaded through the Internet to iPods and other portable music players are skyrocketing. And the music industry is still contending with millions of people illegally downloading songs for free. Will the motion picture industry have a similar fate? Increased levels of high-speed Internet access, powerful PCs...
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  • Colorado Theater Massacre - 250 Words
    Gunman Kills 12 in Colorado, Reviving Gun Debate Dan Frosch and Kirk Johnson Aurora, Colorado Abstract On July 20th, 2012 a tragic shooting ended 12 lives and injured 58 other people in Aurora, Colorado. This all happened at the midnight viewing of the film “The Dark Knight Rises” at the Century 16 movie theatre. This was the highest number of casualties in America mass shooting. James Eagan Holmes was arrested minutes after the crime in the parking lot of scene. Police say the suspect...
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  • Motion Picture History - 968 Words
    Before World War I, films were being made mostly European countries and in Japan. When the war interrupted European filmmaking, however, the American film industry began to dominate the world market. In the years between 1917 and 1927 the silent film reached the peak of its development. United States had the largest film industry and American films dominated the international market. Germany and Japan still had some movie industries but mostly left to domestic. Many nations found film production...
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  • An Example Of Narrative Animation - 1216 Words
    An Example of Narrative Animation: Duck Amuck During the golden age of Hollywood short cartoons, from the 1930s to the 1950s, Disney and Warner Bros. were rivals. Disney animators had far greater resources at their disposal, and their animation was more elaborate and detailed than the simpler style of the Warner product. Warner cartoonists, despite their limited budgets, fought back by exploiting the comic fantasy possible in animated films and playing with the medium in imaginative ways. In...
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  • Popular American Culture Paper Soc 105
    Popular American Culture Paper SOC/105 Popular American Culture Paper According to Merriam-Webster, Inc. (2011), culture is defined as “the customary beliefs, social forms, and material traits of a racial, religious, or social group” (para. 5b). Popular culture involves the most current and modern elements in our lives that can often change rapidly in the modern world of technology. “Because of its commonality, popular culture both reflects and influences people’s way of life; because it...
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  • Study Mode Movie Critic
     Movie Critic Lauren HUM/150 February **, 20** Movie Critic The story of U.S. Navy Seal Chris Kyle isn’t exactly an unknown story. Chris Kyle, named the Legend is said to be the most lethal sniper in the United States military history. Chris Kyle has over one hundred and sixty confirmed kills throughout his service to the USA. Kyle enlisted in the Navy after the devastation of 9/11 swept the country, and continued on to complete four tours of Iraq before finally coming home. The editing...
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  • Why do people watch foreign films first, before local films?
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