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  • Thank You And You Re Welcome Analysis

    With time, I started to notice that the only reason I had the full cable package was the need to be included in the conversations my coworkers were having about television shows. This book was like a giant neon sign saying, “This cable television has to go!” As I have gained more control over my budget, letting things go has become easier. One of the hardest things for me to let go of was cable television. There was no way I could justify paying $60 month just to watch television. So, I had to cancel my cable television plan with AT&T. Instead, I signed up for Hulu and Netflix. Combined, these two subscriptions cost $20 per month. $20 dollars is a long way from…

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  • Presupposition In The Godfather

    A movie entitled The Godfather is chosen as object in this analysis. Don Corleone as one of main character chosen as source data. Regarding utterance from Don Corleone this movie presents a numbered of presupposition in various context. Then relation between presupposition and context obtains a certain meaning of an utterance. As considering, statement from Stalnaker who said that context influences content, while content can creates a context because sometimes word that say has a function not…

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  • Prime Time Essay

    commercial commodity, an aesthetic endeavor, and a social institution. As a result, those making programming decisions will be variously evaluated according to perceptions of their business judgment, their aesthetic tastes, and the values they impart” (Bielby and Bielby 1994:1290). “in a mass-culture industry with a high level of market concentration such as network television, brokers are more directly accountable to commercial interests than to creative interests” (Bielby et al. 1994:1291).…

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  • The Mindy Project Analysis

    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 immediately picked up by…

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  • Say Yes To The Dress Sociological Analysis

    According to the Television History Network, 99% of homes in America have at least one television set, and 66% have at least three. In this day and age, it is nearly impossible to not watch at least one TV show television. Television programs are flooded with advertisements, media and instant news. Although it might not be obvious, television has a large influence on our lives and on society as a whole. It seems anywhere we go and anything we do television’s influence is inescapable. For my…

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  • Case Study: Columbia Broadcasting System

    Columbia Broadcasting System – CBS Corporation is one of the largest American media holdings and conducts its activity in the branch of mass media and the entertaining industry. The business of a direction of the Company is cable television, creation, and propagation of a television content, a film studio, publishing house, TV and radio stations, interactive media and the outdoor advertising including a network of television announcement CBS Television Network. It was founded in 1971. Leslie…

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  • Racial Stereotypes In The 1950s

    Television programs throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s confronted race in the United States. African American’s had always been misrepresented on television, or if portrayed, the characters would embody racial stereotypes. Therefore, in the late 1960’s, African Americans began to receive more prominent roles in popular American television programs on big networks. This era was a major time for a change in race relations in the African American community in the media. The representation of…

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  • Sherlock Holmes Effect

    Recent years have seen television rise up to the level and status of film, paralleling the increasing popularity of streaming platforms and websites as well. TV is no longer the younger kid sibling of cinema, but instead has come to the forefront as a key player in the entertainment industry. Where movies may have large budgets and what seems like an unlimited supply of resources, television must be creative in this department. Cue in what media expert Jason Mittell regards to as the “special…

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  • How Does Tv Affect Society

    A decade ago, no one would have imagined that the television industry would explore making programming available on the Internet. Nowadays, we can watch tv programs on any device connected to the Internet. As we transition the delivery of content over the internet, the line between traditional tv, where you sit at home on a couch with your family, to watching tv on a mobile device, continues to blur. For the audience, it is a win-win situation, but for the creators of the shows it means that you…

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  • Netflix And Amazon Analysis

    The decision of Netflix and Amazon to release all new episodes of their original television series at the same time is one that addresses one of the most inherent desires of customers, and this is a good thing. One of the reasons for the widespread popularity of these means of entertainment is because of the elimination of the wait time in-between television (TV) shows. Before shows created by Netflix and Amazon, fans of a particular TV show needed to wait for a period spanning 24 hours to 1…

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