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  • Commercially available since the late 1920s. Color TV system began commercial broadcasting on 1953. Plasma TV was invented in 1964 by Donald Bitzer. Web TV was rolled out in 1996. Funding In 2009 the global TV market represented 1,217.2 million TV households with at least one television, and total revenues of 268.9 billion EUR

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  • Television has been around for decades. Once upon a time, it was revolutionary. Today, it’s considered by many to be a necessity rather than a luxury. That makes it easy to assume there’s little more to be said about the story of television, but that’s simply not the case. Like many mature, commonly adopted technologies, television is evolving to take advantage of new technology, and this means changes in how it can be used.

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  • A new study suggests that the more teenagers watch television, the more likely they are to develop depression as young adults. But the extent to which TV may or may not be to blame is a question that the study leaves unanswered. The researchers used a national longterm survey of adolescent health to investigate the relationship between media use and depression. They based their findings on more than four thousand adolescents who were not depressed when the survey began in nineteen ninetyfive.

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  •  British people watch a lot of television, but this does not mean that they have given up reading. The British are the third largest consumers of newspapers in the world (after the Japanese and the Swedes). Each day about 80 % of all households buy one of the main national newspapers. Media of Britain consist of several different types of communications media: television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and Internet - based Web sites. In this assignment, I will present some contents about press, the BBC, television of Britain.

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  • In this paper, we identify the effect of preschool exposure to television on adolescent cognitive skills by exploiting variation in the timing of television’s introduction to U.S. cities. 2 Most cities first received television between the early 1940s and the mid- 1950s. The exact timing was affected by a number of exogenous events, most notably a four-year freeze on licensing prompted by problems with the allocation of broadcast spectrum across cities. Once it was introduced, television was adopted rapidly by fami- lies with children.

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  • Americans gets news from both traditional and digital news sources – 38% currently, up from 34% in 2010. And the percentage relying only on digital platforms for news also has increased, from 8% to 12%. Notably, the falloff in the use of just traditional news sources has not come just among young people. Among those 40 to 49, just 24% say they got news yesterday only from television, print newspapers or radio, down from 40% in 2010. Two years ago, about as many people in this age group said they got news only from traditional platforms yesterday as from...

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  • The local production and broadcast of messages that ensure useful content for the poor (especially that generated and managed in the South), might be incorporated into existing media organisations. This may include the ministry of radio and telecommunications or private enterprise that already operates national television/radio/printed matter. But it may also include other groups who can see the potential of the new cheaper mechanisms for mass communication (e.g.

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  • Communication is a vital part of our daily routines. We sit in school and listen to teachers. We read books and magazines. We talk to friends, watch television, and communicate over the Internet.The workplace is no different. Experts tell us that 70-80 percent of uor working time is spent in some kind of communication.

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  • No vocabulary book can possibly contain all of the words and expressions that you are likely to come across in the TOEIC®, so it is important that you acquire new vocabulary from other sources. Try to read as much as possible from a different variety of authentic reading materials (books, newspapers, journals, magazines, etc.), and familiarize yourself with spoken English by listening to English-language radio stations and watching English- language movies and television programs whenever possible....

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  • taxes – money we pay to the state for the government to use household – group of people sharing a home licence – a piece of paper you have to buy from the government to be allowed to do something adverts – short films designed to encourage you to buy things commercial breaks – interruptions during and between programmes to show adverts finance – fund distinct – visibly or noticeably different from each other viewers – people who watch television similar – looking almost the same as each other, having almost the same appearance increasingly – more and more in...

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  • Part 1: Listen to the phone-in. Number the opinions in the order that you hear them. Which two opinions are not expressed. You will hear the recording twice. A. It is difficult to control what children watch. B. Children can tell the difference between fantasy and reality. C. Television should show real life. D. people should be allowed to watch anything they want. E. There's too much bad language on TV. F. There's too much unnecessary violence on TV. G. Only sick people...

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  • Chương 1 ( phần 10 ) I am going to do something A I am going to do something = Tôi đã quyết định thực hiện điều gì đó, tôi có ý định làm điều đó: A: There's a film on television tonight. Are you going to watch it? Sẽ có chiếu phim trên truyền hình tối nay đó.

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  • Lưu ý khi dùng "I am going to do" A I am going to do something = Tôi đã quyết định thực hiện điều gì đó, tôi có ý định làm điều đó: A: There’s a film on television tonight. Are you going to watch it? Sẽ có chiếu phim trên truyền hình tối nay đó. Bạn có định xem phim không?

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  • Some parents believe that watching television is bad for their children. So, they try to restrict their children from watching TV. However, other parents think that there is nothing bad in watching TV. Personally, I think that watching TV brings children only benefits unless they spend in front of TV set less then a couple of hours daily. For the following reasons, which I will mention bellow, I believe that television plays an essential role in child's development.

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  • We use the present continuous for something happening now. / am speaking to you live means that Kitty is in the middle of a live broadcast. Here are some more examples. It's raining at the moment. I'm watching this programme. Look. That man is taking a photo of you. We use the present simple for repeated actions. / often speak live to the camera means that she does it again and again. It always rains at the weekend. I watch television most weekends. He's a photographer. He takes lots of photos. B Thoughts, feelings and states We normally use the present simple...

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  • By so doing, the student progresses from short conversations through longer conversations to mini-talks, gaining experience in listening to simulations of the TOEFL examination. Extensive practice consists of watching a daytime drama on television, listening to a local radio program, or au¬diting a class.

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  • A I am going to do something = Tôi đã quyết định thực hiện điều gì đó, tôi có ý định làm điều đó: A: There’s a film on television tonight. Are you going to watch it? Sẽ có chiếu phim trên truyền hình tối nay đó. Bạn có định xem phim không? B: No, I’m tired. I’m going to have an early night. Không, tôi đang mệt. Tôi sẽ đi ngủ sớm. A: I hear Ruth has won some money. What is she going to do with it? Tôi nghe rằng Ruth vừa mới kiếm được một khoảng tiền....

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  • Extensive practice consists of watching a daytime drama on television, listening to a local radio program, or au¬diting a class. Creative teachers everywhere have developed strategies for checking student

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  • 5 Present continuous or simple? PRESENT CONTINUOUS PRESENT SIMPLE We use the present continuous for something happening now. / am speaking to you live means that Kitty is in the middle of a live broadcast. Here are some more examples. It's raining at the moment. I'm watching this programme. Look. That man is taking a photo of you. We use the present simple for repeated actions. / often speak live to the camera means that she does it again and again. It always rains at the weekend. I watch television most weekends. He's a photographer. He takes lots of photos. ...

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  • Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Attending a live performance (for example, a play, concert, or sporting event) is more enjoyable than watching the same event on television. Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

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