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    released by SARFT (The State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television), the population coverage rate of Chinese television programmes is about 98.42%. China has more than 1900 television channels overall and the audience ratings suggest that users watch television for more than three hours per day. Therefore, China 's television industry and Chinese audiences are closely interrelated. Even though the television industry developed rapidly in China, it is still considered to have a lack of creation and innovation. This is because almost all the popular programmes on China’s television screens were purchased from foreign television formats.…

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    Choi and Ronald Tamborini,which showed that exposure to the behaviors as represented on television, could be misconstrued as normal and acceptable. The outrageous behavior could also reinforce existing stereotypes among United States citizens. The research conducted by Woo and Dominick shows a relationship between television viewing and assumptions about cultural norms. The best comparison is the late night TV show that featured Aliens who lived in Earths Suburbs. Why all the concern about…

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    were all about looking at the different effects of television on American culture and on the lives of everyday Americans through programming. In chapter 11, Mittell looks at television through a different perspective in order to get new insight into the effects of television on America and the American lifestyle. In order to understand Mittell’s approach to analyzing television in this chapter, it is important to look at the medium of television from a technological standpoint, independent of…

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    creating the first 24-hour network, and the first to exclusively air sports news. The very first show to air was on September 7th, 1979, live from the ESPN studio. In 1983 they began to distribute programming internationally. After discovering that it was cheaper to rent satellite time from RCA for 24 hours rather than for five hours, Rasmussen decided to offer 24-hour sports programming on a national basis. RCA offered Rasmussen an easy payment program, so he used his credit card to lease…

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    TV Programming Over Time “I thought they were pulling my leg when they said that one of these days, pictures are going to be flying through the air - you’ll be able to see radio!” (“TV History”). Hal Kanter was not the only American thinking the same thing. Today, television eats away at the average person’s life. For example, the average person working a full time job works around forty hours a week, which is the same amount of hours the average person spends watching television a week…

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    People started using television in the 1940’s. Television makes people feel like they are viewing live events. Television took years of innovation. In the beginning the importance of was ignored as people didn’t really need television in their day to day lives. In 1872, Joseph May, was examining materials for use in for the first transatlantic cable placed a strand of selenium wire on a table near a window and noticed that sunlight caused the electrical conductivity of the wire to change .He…

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    experimental studies have all confirmed this connection. Today, many youths have television in their rooms which could give children a greater opportunity to view programs without parental supervision. Researchers show that young children could copy aggressive and dangerous acts on TV in their play with peers. Before the age of 4, children are unable to know the difference between fact and fantasy and may view violence as normal. Media Violence does affect youth violence; if…

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    The origins of television can also be traced to science. Television was a visual extension of a radio. The first attempts at commercial television emerged in 1925 in both the United States and England. By 1946, synthesis of four different designs led to a much better receiver. Televisions could be found in eight-thousand American homes in 1946, one million by 1949, ten million by 1951, and forty-five million- 90 percent of all homes- by 1960. In 1967, 95 percent of American homes consumed an…

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    Introduction: In many aspects, television has become a vital aspect of daily life within modern society. It encompasses a variety of genres ranging from soap operas to thrillers, as to meet the uses and gratifications of its audiences. As television continues to become more popular, networks are struggling to come up with new and inventive plots as a means of attempting to outshine other programs in their genre. Nelson Media Research ratings confirm that in 2006, aside from top shows like…

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    The Public Broadcasting Service PBS, has existed since 1970, is not considered part of the big networks like CBS, CNN and FOX News. PBS operates with a much different distribution model compared to the major networks. Most uniquely, its station determine their own network rather than a traditional mode; of a network owning some of its stations and affiliating with additional stations owned by other broadcasters. PBS offers programming that expands the minds of children, and documentaries that…

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