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  • Clear Channel and the Cultural and Socio-Political Ramifications of Media Consolidation

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    Clear Channel and the Cultural and Socio-Political Ramifications of Media Consolidation I.INTRODUCTION In 1996, Congress passed the Telecommunications Act thereby lifting restrictions on media ownership that had been in place for over sixty years (Moyers 2003; Bagdikian 2000: xviii). It was now possible for a single media company to own not just two radio stations in any given local market, but eight. On the national level, there was no longer any limit on the number of stations a company

  • Essay On Clear Channel

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    Clear Channel installs digital panels on highways only after receiving full advertising consent from the relevant planning authority as well as highways consent from the relevant highways authority. This ensures all traffic regulations are adhered to including traffic management and requirements of the New Roads & Street Works Act. The installation plan Installing the new kiosks will follow the same approach we use for all other street furniture. We fully understand our responsibilities under the

  • Radio One Essay

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    | Radio One, Inc. | Memo To: Mr. Alfred Liggins III From: Team 5 Date: [ November 22, 2011 ] Re: Clear Channel Communications Inc. acquisitions Mr. Liggins The recent merger between Clear Channel Communications Inc. and AMFM has presented a rare opportunity for Radio One, Inc. The proposed divestiture of Clear Channel will be the largest in the history of the industry. Radio One, Inc. can acquire 12 established urban stations in the top 50 markets, which rarely become available. Market

  • Essay on Radio One

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    Radio one analsys 1) Why does Radio One want to acquire the 12 urban stations from Clear Channel Communications in the top 50 markets along with nine stations in Charlotte, NC, Augusta, GA, and Indianapolis, IN? What benefits and risks? The Reasons for acquiring the 12 urban stations from Clear Channel could be the following: - Bigger African American Base: It would draw more African-American listeners than any other radio broadcaster and cover more African-American households than any

  • New Models of Doing Business: Pandora Radio

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    New Models Of Doing Business: Pandora Radio As if the music industry has not seen enough change in recent years, Pandora Radio has started yet another music revolution. This time, however, the revolution is not about how the music is stored and collected (LP/CD/MP3 transformation), or how music is purchased (Record Stores/ iTunes transformation), but how we actually listen to music. Pandora Radio has created an amazing technology, which allows users to create and customize their own radio stations

  • Media Reflection Paper

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    Some things that have stood out to me since I have started this course is for example the other day when I flew into the ST. Louis airport after Thanksgiving break one of the monitors in baggage claim said that it was “CLear Channel TV” before this course I do not know what clear channel was and I knew that the entertainment business was an oligopoly but I did not realize the extent. Seeing this was a moment of realization, that what I read was real, this one company has its hands in every pot. I have

  • Inherit The Wind Essay

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    asked a lot of questions. Her answers from one side she tried to tell the truth from one side, and from the other she was to protect. Bert she did not want to do him any harm, though she knew her father would not be pleased with her answers. It was clear she demonstrated her independent views and ideas there. The battle between two lawyers showed that Mr. Drummond was right. He was a famous journalist and most famous orator. He battled at the court with weighty arguments and a tremendous speech

  • What Is The Characterization Of The Little Prince

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    Identification with the Little Prince’s Fox Throughout the short children’s novel, The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, the Little Prince encounters a variety of different characters, all showing him or teaching him something about life. My favorite character and the one that I can connect to most is the Fox. The fox enlightens him on what it is truly is to be tamed. He shows him that you are responsible for whatever you have tamed, whether it be a pet, a person, or even a rose.

  • Essay about Equal Opportunity, written by Walter Mosely

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    In this short story, Equal Opportunity, written by Walter Mosely, Socrates Furtlow, an ex-convict, faces the dilemma of getting a job. Socrates served 27 years in prison after killing two of his friends while drunken. Furtlow was now living life as a bumb who went around selling old bottles and cans to make a living. This story tells his struggle to find honorable work as a black man in society because of his background. He ended up lying on his application because he was afraid of what people might

  • Travel Ban In America Pros And Cons

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    and a video with John Kelly show different views and purposes of writing about the Travel Ban. In these articles and video, there are different purposes and point of views that are shown throughout (using similarities and differences) which give clear views to whether the Travel Ban is protecting America or harming the country. According to the article from Fox News, the Travel Ban is helping protect America and it’s people. Their purpose of writing this article was to inform people that the Travel