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    Television content has always been produced and consumed, but the method of consumption has changed over time. Today the same content is being consumed from two main sources, broadcast television and Internet TV. The traditional production model of television distribution has evolved very little since the 1960s and is being surpassed by other forms of content distribution, such as Internet TV. Although traditional Television will not be fully replaced by the internet, its business model also needs

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    Television and The Internet Having already done my fair share of internet surfing, I was excited to finally have the opportunity to do a research paper that involved this vast and seemingly boundless electronic world. It is easy to passively interact with the rest of the world and scan effortlessly through millions of pages of information, some of which is useful, some of which simply takes up space; the problem that many researchers and interest groups face is making sense of the whole thing.

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    media broadcasting. The televisions impact has been so great it’s become a normative in society. Almost all households own a television; we build entire rooms just to accommodate them. In many ways we have built our lives around the television. And yet, if we consider the television from a media standpoint, it can be argued the television has being built around us. The television did what the newspaper could never; the live, uninterrupted broadcasting of events. Television has an immediacy that enables

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    The Negative Impact of Internet and Television on our Youth Meet Jane Doe. Jane is sixteen years old and is "down" with all of the most popular trends. In the morning, Jane washes her hair with Fructise Fortifying shampoo and conditioner. Under her massage therapy showerhead, she rinses away the sweet smell of plumeria from her Bath and Body Works body wash. She hops out of the shower and straps on her cream Victoria Secrets bra and matching panties. As she slides on her dark brown Abercrombie

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    independent mind. There are a great amount of ways to influence voters, whether is be political parties, by peers, or influenced by the technological advances in this world. Majority of our leaders votes are of people influenced by Radio, Television, and Internet. When Radio first came to be, it was just a way of communicating through morse code. Radio was for sea disasters, or space, just a way to send a message between two points, it was not radio broadcasting to the public as it is today.Now its

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    knowledge. This impulsive interest made me want to know more about this catastrophe; thus, I went on the internet to the New York Times website. The internet informed me with more than what I wanted to know. Overall, the internet provided a more specific and well opinionated story, compared to graphic and vivid news broadcasts. There were many similarities between the television broadcast and the internet article. One clear resemblance is how both sources represented Haiti as a poor, helpless, and miserable

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    Comparing Television and Website News Television news is one of the best ways for people to know what is going on in the world today. With the momentum the World Wide Web has gained with in the last 6 years many television news station have also add a website to their media coverage. ESPN is no different; the station still has Sports Center where all the viewers can keep up with their favorite sport, but ESPN also has the website www.msn.espn.go.com where the viewer can get the same or even

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    approximately one-third of the Internet usage recently. This deal comes after Netflix had touted strong opinions against Comcast for its disregard for network neutrality. Network neutrality is the concept that every website has the same tools and abilities as any other website. The general idea is that no network will have an advantage over another, streaming the same services through one big Internet “pipe”. It keeps the playing field level for all those looking to use the Internet to provide goods and services

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    In Kouider Mohktari’s “The Impact of Internet and Television Use on the Reading Habits and Practices of College Students”, he and two other authors (Carla A. Reichard and Anne Gardner) briefly argue and discuss how technology (like television and the internet) effect how the American adult reads. They go further into the subject and decided to study the reading habits of college students in the education system of today. There haven’t been many studies on the habits of college students, which is

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    technological segment and demographic segment. According to Netflix (n.d), “Netflix is the world’s leading Internet television network with over 81 million members in over 190 countries enjoying more than 125 million hours of TV shows and movies per day, including original series, documentaries and feature films. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on nearly any Internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments.”

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