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    TV without a cable subscription is easy for most, there are situations that may leave some tied to cable TV. For instance, you may want to watch your home town baseball team. Personally, I just started listening to games on the radio. However, I can understand if you must watch the game live on TV. Others are tied to cable or satellite TV due to where they live. Some areas of the country do not have good over the air coverage and would miss out on network TV. Hulu and CBS All Access could substitute, but that would lack live events and local news. Watching the NFL without cable would still be possible, but it’s much easier to catch your local football team with an antenna. Whether it’s…

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    identification of the organization’s corporate profile. Do they operate in a single industry? Do they operate in a related or unrelated industry? These are questions that must be answered. On June 25, 2015, a public interest statement was filed with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which began the current merger and acquisition journey between Charter, Time Warner Cable, and Bright House…

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    DSL Access: Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Internet connectivity, contrary cable modem-based service, allows the user with consecrated bandwidth. furthermore, the apex bandwidth feasible to DSL usersis normally compact than the apex cable modem rate because of changes in their respective network technologies. additionally, the "consecrated bandwidth" is only consecrated between your home andthe DSL provider 's core office the providers allow minimal or no assurance of bandwidth all the way…

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    1992 Cable Television

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    and liberal cable television viewers by setting a certain time for sexual mature content. This system allows underage or conservative viewers to be more likely to be sifted out as an audience by pick that late of a time frame. Violent Content Violence has been a integrated part of media since the beginning of television. Eventually, as violence on television become more graphic it naturally leads to the question of whether or not violence on cable television should be regulated. Yet, "The FCC…

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    Community Cable Channel

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    Question: According to Salter et al., what is a "community access cable channel"? Identify a community access TV channel in your community. What is shown on that channel? Response: A community access cable channel is a non-commercial, non-professional cable television network that is dedicated to providing high-quality local content to a local audience. Unlike other cable TV providers, a community access cable channel is only permitted to host local advertising and does not seek to maximize…

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    She spent all day in her beloved garden, which took up the entire front and back yard. A garden of the heart; she plants all the good things. I was young, she would include me in her gardening chores by handing me her blue bucket of tools or red watering can. She’d hand me a scissor and ask me to go outside to pick a bouquet of flowers for her. Any flowers I wanted. That was such an exciting feeling for me, to choose which flowers I wanted with no rules, no ‘Oh Sweetie – not those’. No matter…

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    Coax Case Study

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    traded company that manufactures and sells coaxial and fiber-optical cable. The company has two transactions where they must determine the appropriate way to recognize revenue. In Transaction 1, CoAx entered an agreement to sell 1,000 feet of 18 American wire gage coaxial cable for $3 a foot to CableCo. The agreement requires CoAx to hold the cable in its warehouse until CableCo can transport the cable to its own warehouse. CoAx concluded that risk of ownership have passed to CableCo, there is a…

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    We now live in the age of Netflix, binge watching, and being able to carry a TV with us at all times on our smart phones. The TV revolution will change what we’re used to through services, technologies, and advertising. Cable and satellite services are bound to die thanks to the internet. The rise of wireless internet has introduced us to streaming. Before we were limited to only cable company's content and schedules and to only watch TV with cable boxes. The reason why cabe has reigned supreme…

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    Essay On Indecency

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    indecent and what is not, thus causing a “freezing effect” on cable and broadcast networks. The problem is that the Commission is in charge of enforcing these prohibitions by means of radio communications. Historically, this was interpreted to apply only to radio and…

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    Debra Lee Case Study

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    Debra L. Lee is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of BET Networks, a unit of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB) and the leading provider of entertainment for the African-American audience and consumers of Black culture globally. Ms. Lee oversees one of the most influential multiplatform media companies in the world, including several cable television networks, digital offerings, and a home entertainment business. BET Networks is committed to providing its audience with quality entertainment…

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