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The Economic Transformation of Television

Heath Hawkins

After World War II, the television industry skyrocketed, and Americans could not get a television in their homes fast enough. Approximately ten years after the war, “nearly two-thirds of American households had a… 395 more words

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The Economic Impact of Producing Television

Heath Hawkins

Across America, states compete to entice television production companies to their state because of the positive impact it has on their economy. For example, Georgia was the first state to have all of their counties labeled as “Camera Ready,” which means each county is prepared to support a production company. 295 more words

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Nothing To See Here. Move Along, Please...

If you only took your news from television, radio or the right-wing press, you’d be forgiven for thinking the Labour Party is uniquely violent, sexist and anti-Semitic, and the Tories are a party of fair-minded individuals, who stand up for the rights of oppressed minorities. 908 more words

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Television Advertising Boosts the Economy

Heath Hawkins

As a child, I remember watching television commercials, and then begging my parents for the yummy cereal or cool new toy, but is television advertising still essential to sell products? 324 more words

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The Daily Politics

Many of us already know the BBC’s attitude to the reporting of political stories is less than objective. The Daily Politics, the corporation’s flagship politics programme on BBC2 has long been the subject of a great deal of ire. 805 more words

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The project Television Media needs to address

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Corporate stakeholders and response to their issues

The role of the industry in its social, economic, and political setting… 138 more words

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