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    Analysis Of Channel Orange

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    Channel Orange One of the artists that has inspired me to produce my own music is Frank Ocean with his second album, Channel Orange. The first time that I ever listened to the album back in 2012, I remember thinking, “Holy shi*t…I have never heard anything like this before in my life.” Telling a song-by-song story, his poetic lyrics about his personal sexuality, strip clubs, pregnancy, wealth, drugs, and corruption show Frank’s slightly strange perception of it all. That is one thing that really intrigued me the most. To have such real-life, and uncomforting situations spilled into a seventeen track album is really powerful. With this, you can relay any sort of message and perception you please as an artist. Although Frank had a good amount…

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    There have been billions of tv networks out there made for young television viewers, but one of the most popular tv channels made for kids and teens is Disney Channel. Disney channel started in 1983 and is still very popular today. This channel is full of great shows that most of us remember from our childhood, like “That’s So Raven” and “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.” Looking at Disney now, you’ll see new shows and movies, such as “Liv and Maddie,” “K.C undercover,” and “Descendants” In…

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    Disney Channel was quick to recognize females would put their money where “liberation” appeared signifying that third-wave ideals of girl power are related to consumer power. Rather than use girl power as a true political stance, Disney Channel used it as an industrial strategy to cultivate their audience and justify the commodification of young females and the prioritization of consumption over substance. Having now established the feministic atmosphere that would allow for this decade of…

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    Two of the more popular news channels in Australia, Channel 7 News and the ABC News, show this by reporting on similar stories but through contrasting target audiences, their main purpose, structural and stylistic elements and linguistic features…

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    delivery network is composed of the company, suppliers, distributors and eventually the customers, where all parties partner together to improve the performance of the whole system in delivering customer value1. The marketing channel and/or distribution channel are a set of mutually dependent organizations that help make and design a product or service available for users or consumers. Channel members can add value by providing more efficiency and specialization in making goods or services. Some…

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    It is always right for kids. There are many kids channels in television such as: PBS kids, Cartoon network, and Disney channel. Each channel has their own special program, but their same purpose is entertainment. For example, children really love PBS kids. Absolutely, they watched it all day when they were little. In addition, people usually found their children watched these channels in their school while they were waiting for their parents. It means that school also uses television as a school…

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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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    Potassium channels (KC) are selective transmembrane proteins that allow K+ ions flow down an electrochemical gradient across cell membrane, thus controlling plasma membrane potential in both excitable and non-excitable cells (Szabo, Zoratti&Gulbins, 2010). Evolutionarily conserved KC family is one of the larges and most diverse of ion channels (Table1). Its diversity comes not only from a large number of genes coding for main subunits (over 80 mammalian genes). Many other processes such as…

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    Channel Orange Analysis

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    Why Blonde overshadows Channel Orange Ever since July 10, 2012,when R&B singer Frank Ocean released his first Grammy winning album by the name Channel Orange, many of his fans have been begging him to make another album. He spent two years teasing his fans about another album very soon, but it never happened. With many fans getting impatient he felt the need to finally address his fans about a second album in which he released his surprise second album "Blonde". Within the first week of the…

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