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  • Viacom

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    the most recognized brands in television, film and publishing, including the CBS Television Network, United Paramount Network (UPN), MTV Networks, Black Entertainment Television, Paramount Home Entertainment and Simon and Schuster Publishing group. Viacom originated as CBS Films, the television syndication division of CBS. In 1971, the division was renamed VIACOM (Video & Audio Communications), and in 1973 it was spun off, amid new FCC rules forbidding television networks from owning syndication

  • About Viacom Inc.. Viacom Inc. Is One Of The Largest Media

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    company in the world with leading positions in broadcast and television, radio, outdoor advertising and online. The company operates its business through two segments: Media Networks and Filmed Entertainment. It provides entertainment content through its TV channels like Nickelodeon, MTV, VH1, Comedy Central, and others. Viacom’s filmed entertainment segment produces, finances, acquires, and distribute motion pictures under the banner of Paramount Pictures, MTV Films, and others. The company also provides

  • Film Profile Of Dreamworks Animation

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    Corporate Secretary Margie Cohn – Head of Television Lew Coleman – Vice-Chairman and Acting Chief Accounting Officer Ann Daly – President Bill Damaschke – Chief Creative Officer Finances: 2013 Reported Total Revenue: $706.9 million (earnings of $0.65 cents per share) 2014 Second Quarter Revenue: $122.3 million (loss of $0.18 per share) Profile: DreamWorks Animation is an animation studio that produces and distributes animated content for film and television, focusing strongly on CG content. DreamWorks

  • The United States versus Paramount Pictures, Inc. Essay

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    The United States v. Paramount Pictures, Inc. (1947) case deals with monopolies and antitrust laws. I chose the trusts/monopolies topic due to my interest in finance and economics. Since elementary school, I have been fascinated by John D. Rockefeller’s story about his oil monopoly. This history has caused me to be interested in monopolies and trusts. I began enjoy reading about the elite who obtained their wealth illegally. After reading and watching The Great Gatsby and watching the movie Catch

  • Analysis Of The Movie ' Dreamworks II Holding Co '

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    DreamWorks II Holding Co., LLC is a film production company, which develops and produces films, along with television programming and video games. The company was founded on October 12, 1994 by Steven Spielberg, David Geffen, and Jeffrey Katzenberg. They officially founded the company with the financial backing of $33 million from each of the three cofounders, and $500 million from Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, putting the value of the company at the time around $2.7 billion. The goal of the

  • The Studio System Essay

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    the first book to describe and analyse the complete development, classic operation, and reinvention of the global corporate entities which produce and distribute most of the films we watch. Starting in 1920, Adolph Zukor, head of Paramount Pictures, over the decade of the 1920s helped to fashion Hollywood into a vertically integrated system, a set of economic innovations which was firmly in place

  • How does Sunset Boulevard represent the Hollywood Studio System?

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    the Hollywood Studio System to reveal the truth behind the organisation. During the time the film was released in the 1950s and 60s, audiences started to see the demise of Hollywood as cinema going began to decline and the fierce competition of television almost proved too much for the well established system. Throughout this essay I will discuss how Sunset Boulevard represents the Hollywood

  • The Decline of Classical Hollywood Films

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    Introduction The decline of Classical Hollywood films came after the Hollywood Antitrust Case of 1948 as television audiences dwindled in the wave of television popularity and accessibility and the taste and interests of viewers which in turn ended the monopoly of Hollywood Studios. To combat this Hollywood Studios turned it’s back on the origins of its creation and headed in a new direction. An era of film-school educated, liberal filmmakers began in Hollywood where the directors of the films began

  • National Hall of Jazz Fame Essay

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    1. In their paper on “Understanding the Role of ‘Vision’ in Project Success, Christenson and Walker (2004, p.39) argue that “project vision is a significant contributing factor to project success, and, the communication and maintenance of a project vision will impact project outcomes”. a. How do Christenson and Walker (2004) define project vision? What distinguishes project vision from a mission statement? Christenson & Walker (2004, p.39-40) define project vision as the ability of a leader

  • Book Review : Rear Window By Alfred Hitchcock

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    others. Jefferies is confronted with relationship issues and his moral issues. He shares his curiosities and theories with those arounds him and it is this curiosity that almost turns this mystery thriller into a tragedy. Rear Window was produced by Paramount Studios and is directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Rear Window was filmed in 1954 and IMBD gives the movie a rating of