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  • Case Study Of Channel 4 And Desperate Housewives

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    allowed Channel 4 to hold on to both advertisers and audiences due to high profits (after tax of £48.5 million, an increase of nine per cent). Therefore, the case study of Channel 4 and Desperate Housewives is the demonstration of whether American programmes on British screens are the process of cultural interaction. Desperate Housewives was screened on Channel 4’s E4. “E” stands for entertainment, up to ahead of one week before other Channel 4 broadcasts. As a youth-focused channel, Channel 4 is mainly

  • The UK PSB: Broadcasting Influenced by the State

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    that the viewer is not just a consumer, but also a citizen. Programming should be used to promote social and cultural inclusion, and not just be for entertainment purposes. BBC is not the only network that fits under PSB, but includes ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5, which all operate within PSB regulation (Henderson, 2009). According to Curran and Seaton without the PSB framework these stations would be American soap operas, variety shows, game and talk shows, and news would be reserved solely for news

  • Essay about BBC's Current Marketing Plan

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    BBC's Current Marketing Plan The BBC’s current marketing plan focuses on a number of specific areas, where the BBC hopes to achieve a variety of objectives that will improve the corporation’s image, in this country as well as abroad. The BBC plans to increase the range and quality of its radio and television services. More high impact broadcasting is being focused on. More memorable programmes are being developed and created, in particular arts and current affairs

  • The Social Changes Of Television

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    1. Which major waves of social change does the report link television to? (short) The major social changes that are linked to television according to the report ‘A future for public service television: content and platforms in a digital world’ written by ‘Des Freedman and et al. (2016)’ are as follows; 1950’s – Television was one of the main symbols for many reasons. During this decade the first report of general election was televised, also broadcasted was the funeral of George VI and the coronation

  • I Am The Researcher For A Production Company And I Have

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    I am the researcher for a production company and I have been asked to produce an individual research which will be based on analysing and investigating the TV and Film industries. I will be using different case studies to explore ownership and funding in the media industry as it will help me understand what the TV and film industry is, how it works and how ownership and funding relate to the industry. I will be using many different case studies involving several companies. A few companies I will

  • Channel 4 : Programme Entitled ' The Dyslexia Myth '

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    Channel 4 Dispatches programme entitled ‘The Dyslexia Myth’¹ was aired in September 2005. The purpose of the documentary was to inform society of the proposed misconceptions and myths of the condition which affects 1 in 5 people. The programme details how the common understanding of the learning impairment is not only false, but how this particular diagnosis makes it harder for children with reading difficulties to receive help. The director of the documentary clearly wants to get across the message

  • 12 Angry Men: Leadership Essay

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    ways. One way was that they began sticking up for each other when one man would become aggressive towards another. The group moved away from man number 10 when he went on his rampage about young boys and how they are all criminals, prompting man number 4 to tell him to shut his mouth and not speak again. Decision Making: The 12 angry men were forced into making a consensus decision because that was the only way they could present a verdict to the judge. They used nominal group technique because their

  • 12 Angry Men Essay

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    Karina Verano Pd. 2B 12 Angry Men 1. Which characters base their decisions on prejudice? Juror number 4 based his decision based on the fact that the boy on trial grew up in the slum. Juror number 4 said, “He was born in a slum. The slum is a breeding ground for criminals. I know it and so do you. It’s no secret that children from slum backgrounds are menaces to society.” While Juror number ten just doesn’t like the boy bases on his race. Throughout the entire movie, he referred to the boy

  • Number Grid Investigation

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    at a constant (2 x 2) Width of Grid size 10) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

  • Hcs Week 4 Communications Channels Essay

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    Communication Channels Health Care Communication Strategies HCS 320 April 07, 2013 Communication Channels Communication is essential to promoting and marketing the newest addition in technology to an organization. There are many facets to the communication that needs distributing to ensure the largest audience is aware of the new, state-of-the-art MRI, magnetic resonance imaging. The internal staff needs to be educated and knowledgeable about the new equipment so they can help answer