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    Nielsen Ratings

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    FOX Marketing; The following information is pertinent to the vitality and success of the FOX 24 cable-programming national network. It is necessary to discuss the importance of the ratings and shares system to enable FOX to increase viewership in the local TV market of 247,780 (.235% of US). This market is highly competitive among the affiliates of the other major networks: ABC, CBS and NBC. The target demographics for FOX include an average age of 28 years with a $55,000 annual income. 56% of viewers

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    TV Ratings Benefit Viewers

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    our children are watching on TV has become a concern to many. Some feel like there should be something to help decide what they think is appropriate and what is not. So in today's world TV ratings are a must. TV ratings might just be one of the best ways to control what is coming into our homes. With TV ratings we won't have to research every show that our children want to see. We only have to look in the corner of the TV to see what the program might contain, and then if we don't approve we can

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    Posthumous Rating of Hawthorne and “Young Goodman Brown” This essay intends to trace the main literary criticism of the author, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and “Young Goodman Brown”since the author’s death in 1864. Nathaniel Hawthorne’s acclamation as a great writer by both critics and the general public was not an overnight occurrence. The Norton Anthology: American Literature states that “he was agonizingly slow in winning acclaim” (547). Initially, of course, Nathaniel Hawthorne’s

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    the problem of exposure to young people has been the implementation of rating systems. Ratings are currently assigned to movies and television programs. The next step of this process would be to assign ratings to music. While the goal of a music rating system is understandable, there are many reasons why this policy should not be implemented. By taking a look at the Constitutional, financial, and parental involvement in rating policies, several good reasons not to support this mandate will emergeThe

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    Violence Rating System Needed for TV Programs While society recognizes the detrimental effects of general television on children, parents and other child advocacy groups don't feel as though there is an adequate rating system. Consequences of ineffective rating systems are that children's personalities are being negatively affected. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has made legislation to address this issue, but the children's advocacy community is still dissatisfied. This community

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    round silver speaker mounted on the window: "No children under seventeen allowed! Sorry. This note isn't gonna cut it." The incident exemplifies a pressing issue in the ever-topical discussion of the oft-vilified film rating classification system in our country. Is the movie rating system, originally designed to assist parents in guiding the movie-going habits of their children, actually preempting parental choice? To at least some people, however, Jack Valenti, the man responsible for devising

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    The Credit Rating Agencies are regulated by mainly SEBI and RBI policies. In fact SEBI through The Securities and Exchange Board of India ( Credit Rating Agencies) Regulations, 1999 was one of the first regulators globally to devise an effective and comprehensive regulatory framework for CRAs SEBI regulation for CRAs has been designed to ensure the following: - Only credible players enter and exist in the business -The regulations are devised in such a way that fair and objective opinions are given

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    Who are the People rating movies?

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    Who are the People rating movies? Parents can determine if they want to allow their children to watch certain movies by using the film rating system. The film rating system went into effect on November 1, 1968. Even though the decision of whether or not to use the film rating system is voluntary, the vast majority of theaters in The United States enforce the Classification and Rating Administration’s guidelines. This was a voluntary system sponsored by the Motion Picture Association of America

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    see fit. Television content rating systems have given viewers an idea of the suitability of a television program for children or adults. Many countries have their own television rating systems and each country's rating process may differ due to local priorities. Programs are rated by either the organization that manages the system, the broadcaster or by the content producers themselves. A rating is usually set for each individual episode of a television series. The rating can change per episode, network

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    History of the rating system and the MPAA (parag.1-2) II. Thesis paragraph (3) THESIS: By wearing a mask of deceiving helpfulness, the current system hijacks the role of the parent in choosing what is acceptable for our youth III. Current process and definitions of ratings (4) IV. The rating system is harmful to our children A. Ratings do not accurately reflect harmful, frightening images (5) B. The harmful effects of violence are inaccurately reflected in    ratings  (6) C. The

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