Between High-Tech and Media Change

Introduction Research objectives, the objective of this research is to evaluate how news production companies are using newer technologies and equipment to reach audiences with rapidly changing behavior related to the viewer ship and readership of news. The research will have an approach on culture and terminologies that will help in the research analysis. It will also be i...
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Case – Air Asia: Flying Low-Cost with High Hopes

Problem/ Issue Analysis: This case details the history and unlikely success that the aforementioned airline, Air Asia, endeavored in and experienced after Tony Fernandes acquired the then debt-ridden airline. The economic outlook, ‘Post- September 11 (2001)’, notwithstanding, his belief in the right timing in the airline’s entry into the air-transport market proved successfu...
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Pay Up or Sit Out

School Supplies: $75; School Clothes: $100; Participating in school activities: $25-450. Before July of 2011, participating in extracurricular activities at this school came at no cost. Now, the school ask parents to pay $25-$450 in order for their children to have the opportunity to participate in school activities. Although participation fees help offset economic costs for ...
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Coca Cola Case Study

#1) What role does corporate reputation play within organizational performance and social responsibility? Develop a list of factors or characteristics that different stakeholders may use in assessing corporate reputation. Are these factors consistent across stakeholders? Why or why not? Corporate Reputation is extremely important when considering the role that it plays regard...
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Hypertention

Introduction Hypertension, also called high blood pressure, is a condition associated with elevated pressure in the arteries. The normal level of blood pressure is estimated to be 120/80 mmHg. Hypertension is a condition that may lead an individual to developing other worse diseases like a stroke or heart diseases, or may even cause death. This condition is mostly associated ...
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Is It Possible to Be Famous via Social Networks?

Using the example of a famous online vlogger, you will see how social media may help a person achieve a fair amount of fame and notoriety. However, just like in the music industry, the chances of you finding your fame via social media is as likely as a record producer hearing you sing in a working men’s club. Ben Yahtzee Croshaw This is a man who works for the Escapist Magazi...
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Impact of TV

Life in the United States comprises of sleeping, working and watching television. North America is a small screen society in which the imaginary stories anticipated from a little box, further identify us. TV also reveals and outlines our edifying prospects and customs. TV has portrayed and embodied upheaval in copious, and perhaps the distinct partitions of life, since who ca...
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ATMS-100: EXAM III REVIEW SHEET

ATMS-100: EXAM III REVIEW SHEET The exam will be 80 questions, multiple choice. You may use a calculator, however, CELL PHONE USE IS PROHIBITED. Please bring a #2 pencil. Study aids: This sheet, lecture notes, textbook. Learn and be able to apply concepts; do NOT simply memorize facts. Questions? Come to office hours, ask your TA, post to the discussion board on Compass. FRO...
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The Necessity of Planned Parenthood

“Planned Parenthood is a nonprofit organization that does research into and gives advice on contraception, family planning, and reproductive problems” (About Us). This program is necessary and the government should not defund Planned Parenthood because private women’s health care organizations are more expensive; therefore, women who are living below the poverty line c...
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Huck Finn Case Study Research

1. All through the novel Huck’s morals on slavery and other topics change while on his thrilling adventures. In chapter fifteen Huck tricks Jim into thinking they had not been recently separated in the fog and that Huck had been with Jim the whole time, Jim already upset, for he had thought Huck had gotten lost, was furious and for Huck “it was fifteen minutes before I coul...
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