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    Everyone loved Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare from the designer Infinity Ward. It was thought by many people that it will take a long time before another addition was made to the Call of Duty series; however it took only a week for the publishers, Activision to announce the new Call of Duty: World at War. Although, the new game was announced, it was quite disappointing when it was said it was going to be created by Treyarch, the other creators of Call of Duty games. Fortunately, it wasn’t as bad as

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    Battlefield

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    franchise because of superior business marketing, a loyal fan base, and a all around great experience when playing with friends. Competition plays a major role within the video game industry and the two companies that are always neck and neck are Activision, who makes the Call Of Duty franchise and Dice, who makes the Battlefield franchise. These companies have become so successful through their marketing department. For example on the newly released Battlefield 4 commercials interviews are conducted

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    Games." Fox News. FOX News Network, 12 Sept. 2013. Web. 09 Feb. 2014. John, Laura St. "8 Ways Violent Games Are Bad for Your Kids." The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 07 Sept. 2013. Web. 04 Feb. 2014. Infinity Ward. Call of Duty: Ghost. Activision, 2013. PlayStation 4. McGraw, Phillip C. "Children and Violent Video Games." Dr. Phil.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Feb. 2014.

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    Do you know the game series that has sold over 50 million copies all over the world? If you guessed Call of Duty then you are right! Call of Duty, the game that pretty much everyone loves. It has been around for more than a decade (ten years)! There are currently ten games and there is another one coming out called Call of Duty Advanced Warfare. So, I bet you are wondering what the other games are? Here is some of the ones that people like the most: Call of Duty Black Ops 1, Call of Duty Modern

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    How might a SWOT analysis have helped Electronic Arts assess its slippage in the video-game market? SWOT analysis allows a manager to capitalize on a business’s strengths, while avoiding threats and weakness. Electronic Arts could have prevented Activision Blizzard from acquiring some of its market share by using the SWOT analysis to detect the company’s own internal flaws. Some of EA’s weaknesses included: conflicts between managers and developers, the practice of a predictable and counterproductive

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    programs and family care programs. On the other hand, Activision Blizzard is an immensely successful, diverse interactive entertainment company with a completely different set of special employee programs and an eighty-nine percent employee rating. Activision provides jobs for veterans, game development competitions, service awards, celebrations, along with paid health care, and family care programs (Activision Blizzard, Inc., 2017). While the Activision Blizzard organization appears to be a great place

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    Call Of Money: Modern Cash-Fare

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    good you can understand my concerns, and even agree with them; for the face of the genre has changed, and it’s not all for the better. The game series in question here is the record-breaking Call Of Duty franchise, backed by gaming industry giant Activision. This game represents much of what has gone wrong with the FPS genre, as well as the gaming community as a whole, both in its lack of innovation of game play and technology, and its business model. The aesthetic problem is possibly the least of

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    The video game industry frequently connotes and restricts itself to the hotbed of console gaming. However, this segment, while quite large, fails to accurately represent the gaming industry’s economic, social, and interactive structure. And the game (or gaming) industry refers all to often to gambling rings. Thus, the “industry of games,” as a collection of interactive media, provides a more robust, inclusive notion of play that transcends platforms, roots of origin, and digital versus non-digital

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    Product placement in popular mass media provides exposure to potential target consumers and demonstrations brands being used in their natural settings (Stephen and Coote, 2005). It has become a TiVo and DVD recorder era [Williams. K; Petrosky. A; Hernandez. E; Page. R; (2011) volume seven]. With 90% of people who have a digital video recording device skip TV ads, and 41% of U.S. homes assumed to have and use digital video recorders that can skip through commercials- product placements are likely

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    Viacom

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    Viacom formed when FCC rules had forced CBS to spin off some of its cable TV and program operations, this happened in 1971. Viacom then buys WAST-TV in 1979, in 1985 Blockbuster Video is founded, in 1981 the NAI buys majority interest ( Sumner Redstone owns this), in 1994 Viacom announces multi-transponder, multi-satellite agreement with PanAmSat. Also in 1994 Viacom and Paramount announces 8.4 billion dollar merger, Viacom then sells its 33% share of Lifetime. In 1995 Viacom spins off its cable

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