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    NBC News Scandal Analysis

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    NBC appropriately handled this crisis because they kept the NBC’s staff up-to-date throughout the scandal and quickly replaced Williams with Lester Holt in order to the limit the risk of substantial reputational damage. NBC president, Deborah Turness, sent a memo out to the entire NBC News staff regarding the growing scandal surrounding Brian Williams. In the memo, Turness addressed the impending investigation and stated, “As you would expect, we have a team dedicated to gathering the facts to help us make sense of all that has transpired” (Walker, 2015). Turness goes on and addresses that the team is working on what the next best steps are, and once they have something to communicate, it will be shared immediately with the staff at NBC. Turness…

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    The Brexit Analysis

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    Many news stories tend to focus on one aspect of the Brexit whether it is the economic downturn, the side effect of the citizens, or the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron. With that being said, the information given in the news articles can be perceived in different ways based on the facts, perspective and bias of the organization. “Language is never neutral. Communication is never neutral. Information is always framed” (Morales, 2016). The Brexit was talked about in a calm manner…

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    ” We all receive news through various sources, you can open twitter to check the trending topics or receive push notifications from different media outlets. The most common way we trust receiving our news is to turn on the TV to a news anchor. However, there’s a need to question the integrity of a certain news reporter Brian Williams, an anchor for the NBC news. Williams came under fire for embellishing his role in a helicopter incident in Iraq, leading to his suspension. Furthermore, the…

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    chance to fix his/her mistake. (NBC News, 9).Stated in the article by Jeff Pearlman, it says “He made it painfully clear to the others that my brother was the weakest of weak links, that he was useless as a soccer player.” When you play a team sport it usually says that every player is required to play during the game. When a kid that is not good at the sport is thrown into the game with other kids that are better at the sport, and they don’t pass the ball to him/her at all then that could put…

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    The Mindy Project Analysis

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    Originally titled, It’s Messy, The Mindy Project is an original program created by and starring Mindy Kaling, commissioned by NBC due to her success as a writer, actor, and executive producer on their hit show The Office, which was reaching the end of its run. The network ultimately passed on the pilot due to the female-lead heavy programming schedule of that particular season, which included, Whitney, The New Normal, Save Me, and Parks & Recreation (Hibberd). Once released the program was…

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    After gaining the experience and acknowledgments as an accomplished member of The Groundlings, Kudrow secured a role in a bantam production called The Ladies Room. Then she scored a reoccurring part as a character named Ursula in the comedy, Mad About You (1992). Ursula was somewhat of an simple and unsophisticated individual but it gave way to other roles. NBC was absolutely sold on Kudrow's abilities. You could say that the NBC network was instrumental in getting Kudrow to apply for more…

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    Importance Of Emmy Awards

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    Spanish Language Television is produced in the states to and reaches almost all US households. Two popular ones are Telemundo and Univision. Directly from our textbook, Univision for their 2013-2014 season about 3 million viewers in prime time each day compared to 1.9 for the CW or 10.6 million for CBS, the top-rated network). Hence the word “prime time”. This means that Spanish Language Television shows are still flourishing off of their in home audiences.This kind of television is reaching a…

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    Marquell responded well to the meet and greet session. Marquell, stated, playing video game, hanging out with his friend and using his cell phone. Marquell started, hang out and play video games, go to the movies and do fun stuff, doing school work and being with his friends, basketball player, being able to buy the stuff he wants, having lot of video game and being nicer to his parents, he is a nice person. Marquell stated four time a week. Marquell stated, his behavior, talking back, not…

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    The Golden Girls The Golden Girls aired on NBC for seven season, 1985-1992. The 80’s into the early nineties was a time in television that played to the growing over 50+ age group with shows like Matlock, Columbo and Murder She Wrote all receiving high ratings from all generations of viewers. This show however, was different and so successful due to the complex issues and character development that encompassed its 108 episodes. Three women, Dorothy, Blanche, and Rose are housemates after…

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    Conflict Perspective

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    The news of police officers murdering unarmed black children is a social issue that can be explained using conflict perspective. While the killing of police officers by citizens is a problem that the interactionist perspective can provide better insight on. Both social issues could be examined by either perspective but a stronger understanding of the issues will be achieved by looking through the lenses of the two. Conflict perspective views society as “characterized by tension and struggle…

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