Channel Essays

  • Antigone News Channel

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    Comparing The Chorus of Sophocles' Antigone and America's News Channels The Greek Chorus is very similar to America's news channels because it brings the people the news in a way that they can understand it. The play Antigone by Sophocles is a tragic drama structured around the argument between a king and two sisters about the burial of their brother. Antigone can be compared to the conflict surrounding granting illegal immigrants amnesty. The Chorus is a group of people who provide background

  • Marketing Channels

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    Marketing Channels The marketing channel(s) that will be used to distribute that product and the reason why these channels were selected Our marketing channels which will be used to distribute the household cleaning products are direct and indirect to consumers and direct and indirect to businesses. Direct selling is a dynamic, vibrant, rapidly expanding channel of distribution for the marketing of cleaning products. Direct marketing presents the product and service directly to consumers in

  • Film Distrubution Channels in Indonesia

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    Choosing A Good Channel for Film Industries in Indonesia INTRODUCTION This paper is trying to seek the possibilities of developing commercial distribution links for alternative film in Indonesia for present and future. Although in big scale alternative film is within the area of non-commercial terms and obviously need external support (because its characteristic as an important avant-garde in culture development and film expression), but if we try to see on commercial distribution side from these

  • Disney Channel Analysis

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    activities, and the Disney Channel. The Disney Channel was the place to be, it was this magical portal which could distract you from everything going on around and take you to a place where everyone was a talented singer/actor and mice could talk! At least that is what the old Disney Channel was. The new one is filled with boring shows and has lost that magical touch which enticed us as kids. This paper is written for the new generation of kids who think their version of Disney Channel is the best. I understand

  • Dell's Successful Use of the Internet as a Selling Channel

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    Dell's Successful Use of the Internet as a Selling Channel Dell are currently the worlds number one PC supplier, a position in the market they took from Compaq in April 2001. In short, the company’s success story is mainly down to their innovative direct business model, which pays particular attention to the selling process where Dell completely bypasses all intermediaries and/or middlemen. This is because Michael Dell believed they add little if no value to the end product, instead just gaining

  • Exploring the Channel Characteristics of the River Chess

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    Exploring the Channel Characteristics of the River Chess The aim of this investigation is to explore the channel characteristics of the River Chess. My main interest involve in understanding Hydrology, and how the river changes as it goes downstream. To obtain my results

  • Disney Channel Case Study

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    Introduction: Disney Channels Worldwide are 24 hour kids and family entertainment channels that owned by Disney Channels Television Group, which is part of the Walt Disney Company, based on the United States but Disney Channels Worldwide broadcast in 163 countries, as well as broadcast in 34 languages (“Fact Sheet-Disney Channels Worldwide,” n.d.). Disney Channels Worldwide were able to reach diverse geographical locations through the partnership with to third party broadcasters in different parts

  • C-span, The Cable Tv Channel

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    C-SPAN, the Cable TV channel C-SPAN, the Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network is a medium that truly brings the government to the people. By presenting live and uncut footage of our government in action, the citizens of the United States can get a bit closer to what the founding fathers had in mind when they created our government. C-SPAN is truly a unique channel amongst the mass of today's viewing options. C-SPAN was launched March 19, 1979, "to provide live, gavel to gavel coverage of the

  • The Role of Religion in Thomas Hardy's Poem Channel Firing

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    The Role of Religion in Thomas Hardy's Poem Channel Firing "Channel Firing" by Thomas Hardy is a poem about the atrocities of war. Published shortly before the beginning of World War I, the poem seems almost prophetic. It not only decries the barbaric nature of war--an institution so vile and obnoxious that in this poem it awakens the dead--but also questions our inability to break our addiction to that institution. Less clear, however, is the answer to a question Hardy seems to be posing: is

  • Channel Tunnel Research Paper

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    The Channel Tunnel (Eurotunnel) By: Jawad Alibrahim For: Professor Knutson Dec 3, 2015 CON 101 Abstract The Channel Tunnel is an undersea rail tunnel that connects Britain and France. It was conceived as early as 1802, but its construction began in 1986 and ended in 2004. Construction of project used labor from both countries. A total of 15,000 skilled and unskilled laborers worked to complete the project. The Channel consists of two main train tunnels and a third one in the middle used

  • 10 Days That Shaped America (History Channel) Summary

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    Ten Days That Shaped America 1) May 26, 1637-The Mystic Massacre of the Pequot War On May 26, 1637, English settlers under Captain John Mason, and Narragansett and Mohegan allies set fire to a Pequot fort near the Mystic River. The fort only had two entrances, and anybody that tried to flee the fort was shot by awaiting enemies. The only Pequots that survived were those who had followed their sachem Sassacus in a raiding party outside the village. This attack on the fort almost entirely wiped

  • How Was Channel Island Created

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    How was Channel Island made? In this essay I will be talking about Channel island and how it was formed, if it was man made or natural, the environmental problems, and all of the beautiful Islands it includes all of the unique plants it has and all of the different species of animals it has. How Channel Island was formed: “The story of the rocks that make up the islands goes back well over 100 million years and is a history of the changes wrought by plate tectonics in southern California.

  • Annotated Bibliography: California Channel Islands Literature Review

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    Lily Akrapongpisak Biology 1B Section 423 Annotated Bibliography: California Channel Islands Resource 1: Literature Review The Urocyon littoralis (Island fox) populations that inhabit the California Channel islands have significantly decreased since 1994. This paper reviews prior pathogen exposure in these populations, and examines the present threat through the use of a serologic survey of sympatric feral cats in 2001-2003 on three of the islands, and a survey of the foxes on all of the islands

  • 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 could

  • Ethical Issues At Fox News Channel

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    Friends” co-host, Gretchen Carlson filed a lawsuit on Ailes for sexual harassment. She claims that since she joined the Fox News team there have been more than one sexual harassment encounter made towards her since 2009. Fox News Channel is a basic cable and news channel in the

  • Part of the Neuron Affected, Inhibitory or Excitatory Potential Changes and Ion Channels Affected by Psilocybin

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    Part of the Neuron Affected, Inhibitory or Excitatory Potential Changes and Ion Channels Affected by Psilocybin Psilocybin belongs to the classification of drugs called hallucinogens. Hallucinogens typically act by stimulating serotonin receptors at different times or for longer durations than serotonin itself would (Kalat 2004). When psilocybin enters the brain, the enzyme alkaline breaks down one of its phosphate groups through hydrolysis. It then becomes psilocin, an even stronger

  • The Different Families of Ligand-gated Ion Channels

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    Ion channels are macromolecular protein structures which form pores within the membrane of cells to enable the movement of ions into and out of cells, and is the basis of fundamental process such as establishing a resting potential, generation of action potentials etc. In order for the channel to be involved in these cell functions it must possess certain features such as ionic specificity, gating mechanism (i.e. voltage or ligand binding), for these reasons, channels have been the subject of much

  • Company Watch - BSkyB

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    introduced satellite television to the UK with four channels. By 1990 sky reached one million homes and merged with British Satellite Broadcasting (BSB) to form BSkyB. In 1991 Sky and BSB streamline their channels into five separate channels. Between 1992 and 1993 BSkyB secures exclusive rights to live FA Premier League football coverage and Sky Multi-Channels launch with a package of 14 channels at basic subscription level. In 1994 five more channels are introduced and Sky announces £13 million

  • History Channel

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    History Channel is one of the top cable stations in the United States. Since launching in 1995, the network has provided viewers with historical documentaries and original programming loosely based on U.S. history. After rebranding in 2008 as ‘History,’ the network began airing popular reality programming, including Pawn Stars, Ice Road Truckers and Ax Men, giving it the highest ratings ever. Though they have had many controversies surrounding their shows, History Channel still manages to come out

  • Bullet Busters

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    then called the cable company to complain and were subsequently taken to court for cable theft. The "Bullet" works by ordering the computer processor within the cable box to lock-up if it is authorized for all channels. Since pirate chips installed in a cable box would authorize all channels, the TV "goes black". HOW THE CABLE COMPANIES CATCH PIRATES There are several methods; here are some of the more popular. The first method is somewhat costly to the cable company, and is used usually only when