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    Television debuted to the masses of the United States at the 1939 World Fair held in New York City when RCA head David Sarnoff showcased the TRK-12 which was the first set available for purchase by the public. Sarnoff also headed the group that began television network broadcasts by granting rights to the newly created NBC for coverage of the opening ceremonies and events of the fair and eventually a regular schedule of broadcasts that would consist of 2 hours in the afternoon and roughly an hour

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    NBC: The Most Watched Television Network

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    Most Watched Television Network What makes any company successful? It could be anything from a hard work ethic, a wise decision based on experience, or even luck. Essentially there all kinds of ways that make a company successful. For the last seventy-five years one television network has beat others to capture such a large audience, making it the most watched network. That network is the National Broadcasting Company, otherwise known as NBC. The combination of its television shows, national

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    communications, cable networks, broadcast television, filmed entertainment, and theme parks. As of December of 2016, Comcast’s two primary business are Comcast Cable and NBCUniversal accounting for nearly all the company’s revenue. Comcast’s largest business is Comcast Cable, providing cable communications for residential and businesses, representing 66 percent of Comcast’s revenue. Comcast’s

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    Telenovelas are seen as a genre – a soap-opera style of television with wild theatrics, colorful sets, and a romance-oriented storyline. However, telenovelas are much more inclusive and can be considered a format, rather than a genre, due to the fact that there have been telenovelas that have been mysteries, horror shows, and action-oriented, rather than the traditionally recognized “romance”. A question that I will attempt to answer in this essay is: why did telenovelas become so popular in Mexico

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    began establishing a network of video coaxial cables. Giving signals to route New York Facilities Signal. The United States, was where the first commercial was made, in 1939 New York World’s fair Broad ban Signal Sprung around the world. Broad Television has been transmitting to the general pubic ever since the first commercial. Television was the next step in Generation of kids growing up. Satellites were the next inn communications, orbiting around the earth for television networks, a satellite itself

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    Could American Money fund operations at the Abbey? YouTube started out as an independent web site, so why is it now full of advertisement? Downton Abbey is period drama that airs in the UK on the free to air ITV ONE network. In America Downton Abbey is aired on the PBS network. The show has become one of many to realize the power of the internet. Downton Abbey is available on Amazon and Hulu, both are websites who allow users to view TV programs over the internet. You need not be home at 9

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    watching during the 9pm broadcast. Using relationship marketing can also help them build better relationships with their target audience and even help them steal viewership away from their competitors. WGN still remains Chicago’s most watched news network today. Being a local TV station they are easily to gain the viewership of loyalty Chicagoans. In addition to this, they are also recognized nationally and have their news broadcasted to several news stations around the country. Works Cited http://wgntv

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    Minorities In Tv Shows

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    The Chicago Tribune reports that, as of 2014, children sit in front of the television more than an entire day in the average week. The problem is, parents now more than ever are relying on the media to help their child’s development to become an adult and children’s television shows are improving only certain aspects of a child’s growth while ignoring others. Unfortunately, they forget to acknowledge the social advancements in today’s society while prioritizing skills already taught to them in schools

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    the past century. Television viewing has become part of everyday life. The evolution of television has changed more than programming, technology, or the way we watch it. Our culture has even been dramatically transformed. America is watching so much television that a lot of Americans are becoming obese. In the beginning television was a luxury. Many use to think watching television was something to prepare for. Watching television was more like an event. People who had television in their home invited

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    day. To a person who has not watched television those characters might be made up people. For a child, however, those characters are Blue from Blue’s Clues, Elmo from Sesame Street, and Dora from Dora the Explorer. These three shows air on networks that are based for children, and are what could be referred to as educational entertainment; they hide learning into an entertaining television show. Experts say that this technique, that children’s education television shows use, builds a foundation that

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