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    High Reach Rule Case Study

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    articles. 4.0 Main Discussion 4.1 History Australia’s Media Ownership Laws The Australian Federal Government first issued licenses for radio networks in the 1930’s and then went onto television networks in the 1950’s. These licenses were issued to network operators under certain conditions and for a fee. Every other time apart from the colonial times, the ownership of newspapers were free of government regulations until the 1980’s, when the government was run by Labor leader Bob Hawke (Phillips, 2015). The first change to Australia’s media ownership laws limited a person or a company to just one type of ownership to either print, radio or television. The second rule of no person or company being able to own more than two television stations was abolished and replaced with the 75% broadcast license which is now known as the 75% Reach Rule. The 75% Reach Rule was introduced in 1987, before the internet became a thing of life. Although the 75% reach rule wasn’t always 75%, it was actually only 60%. That meant the population for the license areas that were controlled by a person or a company could not exceed more than 60% of the Australian population (Dwyer 2016). In 1992 the 60% reach rule extended to 75% as the outcome was to create commercial metropolitan television networks such as Seven, Nine and Ten and regional television networks such as Prime WIN and Southern Cross Austereo. In 2006 the two out of three rule was introduced and its purpose was to prevent a person…

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    buses, shared taxis (microbuses)…etc.) and different characteristics (dimensions, engine power, maneuvering capability…etc.). Moreover, lane discipline in Egypt in general, and in GCR in particular, is weak similar to other developing countries. Vehicles, especially in congested areas, occupy any available space depending on vehicle’s dimensions and the available frontal and/or lateral space. Another basic characteristic of the traffic in GCR is the aggressive…

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    and was last inspected on March 6th 2015. On that day, it was certified to carry 46 passengers, according to Transport Canada spokeswoman Jillian Glover. Regulations state that all commercial vessels must have life-saving equipment including life rafts, first aid kids, as well as distress-alerting equipment such as radios and flares. There must be a life jacket available for each individual on board. Jamie’s Whaling Station The owner of Jamie’s Whaling Station that owned the Leviathan II,…

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    parallel east–west runways along with five terminals which covers 12.14 square kilometres. The airport is owned and operated by Heathrow Airport Holdings, which itself is owned by FGP TopCo Limited, an international consortium led by the Spanish Ferrovial Group that includes…

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    Yep, this may seem a strange experience, and perhaps it will be. After all, you’ll be an American in Puerto Rico ordering Mexican food from a food truck owned and operated by Chilean/Lebanese immigrant. Talk about a worldly experience! If that wasn’t strange enough, the truck is actually parked behind a gas station tucked away on a side road that parallels one of the busy highways in Bayamon. Easiest way to find the truck is to find the gas station in front of it. It is a TOTAL gas station…

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    Case Study: Hoof Nuclear

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    1. Introduction Hoof Nuclear (HN) has been surfaced with some issues ever since it opened. Many foreign governments and funded campaign group wants to seize the operations of Hoof Nuclear. Hoof Nuclear is owned by Hoof Power Company and has been around 51 years. Ever since its operation, the neighboring counties (Beeland and Ceeland) want them to seize their operation. But this nuclear power station has been supported by many local government…

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    big. Heathrow is one of the biggest in the world and Beijing transships a lot of cargo. In 2015 Beijing airport transshipped 1,831,167 tons of cargo. Beijing Capital International Airport is the main international airport serving Beijing. It is located 32 km northeast of Beijing's city center. The airport is owned by the Beijing Capital International Airport Company Limited, a state-controlled company. The airport's Airport code, PEK, is based on the city's former name: Peking. Beijing Capital…

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    at the age of thirteen, Sanders well-versed many professions, with mixed success. In 1930, he took over a Shell service station on America Route twenty five simply outside North Corbin, Kentucky, a little city on the sting of the chain of mountains. It had been here that he 1st served to travellers the recipes that he had learned as a child: cooked chicken and alternative dishes like steaks and country ham. Once four years of serving from his own feeding space table, Sanders purchased the larger…

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    and protect”. Firstly, Radebaugh’s comic is surprisingly accurate in certain respects. In 1960, Radebaugh acknowledged that CCTV cameras had already been implemented for monitoring the expressway in Detroit and were used for checking tickets at Pennsylvania Station in New York. Therefore, he had thought that the surveillance camera’s widespread implementation was inevitable (Novak). It is true that in contemporary societies of the developed world, any privately-owned place such as a bank or…

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    Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB) is adjacent to the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach Campus. Daytona Beach International Airport is a county owned airport three miles southwest of the beach next to Daytona International Speedway, in Volusia County Florida. Before airplanes landed on the beach, automobiles raced. The beach was a relatively clean surface for anything that had wheels and speed, and also had a smooth and hard surface. Pilots then caught on to the idea and…

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