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High Definition Video: Acquisition to Broadcast Overview Defining the term “High Definition” Pixel, frame and video formats Image acquisition Storage.

-drive interfaces can be costly Failures often catastrophic Not practical for long-term storage Can be /productions and home use Storage demands can be staggering –A real-time fade needs 200 MB/sec! Not a realistic prospect with easily accessible / affordable equipment Digital switchover All UK mainland terrestrial analogue TV transmissions will cease by the end of 2012 Central switchover in 2011 Three to six digital TV channels in/ TVs and most computer panels support HDCP Worth checking if you… –Are running/

Prepared by: Jamal Husein C H A P T E R 4 © 2005 Prentice Hall Business PublishingSurvey of Economics, 2/eO’Sullivan & Sheffrin Production and Cost.

Sheffrin Production and Cost in the Long RunThe key difference between the short run and the long run is that there are no diminishing returns in the long run.  Diminishing returns occur because workers share a fixed facility. In the long run the firm can expand its production facility as its workforce grows. 26 © 2005 Prentice Hall Business PublishingSurvey of Economics, 2/eO’Sullivan & Sheffrin Long-run Average CostLong-run average cost (LAC) is total cost divided by the quantity of output when the/

Cloud TV : the 3 pillars of the Netflix model & way it matters to your Asia Pacific network & content business March 2012 Adrian Drury, Lead Analyst, Media.

Change in the EPG UI and erosion of value of channel brand & Logical Channel Number model Connected TV / Console app platform penetration, take up and share of audience Live & non-live audience growth on non-DTT devices Shifting delta between DTT / DTH and DTC transmission vs. SD & HD unicast / multicast over IP Cloud TV : the impact of an IaaS enabled global rights procurment / production model Social affinity marketing – low cost/

SIMULATION An attempt to duplicate the features, appearance, and characteristics of a real system Applied Management Science for Decision Making, 1e ©

.10.9586 - 95 5.051.0096 - 00 THE LONG-TERM EVENT PROBABILITIES To Test if the Simulation Was Run Over Sufficient Time.15(0) +.20(1) +.30(2) +.20(3) +.10(4) +.05(5) = 2.05 televisions Long-term probabilities Daily demand events Compute the expected value of average daily television set sales ( in units ) Conclusion  Simulated average daily TV sales over 10 days = 1.80 units  Expected/

Unit 15 - Computer Game Technologies and Platforms L/600/6610 LO1 - Understand Game Platform Types.

production, Squaresoft are not allowed to release a game in Japan on a week day, and more money is spent on marketing certain games than production costs combined.  Gone are the days when one could make a game in your bedroom in/ to be running a base clock/and offline versions has plagued the PC market more than the console market since the early days. New and better protection methods limit this down slightly but never for long. On PirateBay the seed and peer value of a new PC game is about 10,000. The/

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, it runs “Klasse Family”, a council of suppliers. ② Members of the council are selected as a supplier that is to be strategically nurtured. For activities and support methods of the council, they should be regulated separately from purchase policy of the company. ③ Members of the council should promote coexistence with improvements either together by the parent company or by members in cost reduction through joint technology development, and increased quality and production/

The Practices of International Market Entrance for Chinese Companies WHERE and HOW to Grow?

Which was organized by worker’s union and different cultures. The company started to make money in 2007, $170 million. The reason is not only by the ore price increasing but the managers understood how to run an oversea company appropriately. Joint Venture Advantages : May facilitate entry into a foreign market. Allow firms to share the fixed costs (and associated risks) of developing new product or processes. A way to bring/

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Unit9 1. Quote Fred Allen: You can take all the sincerity in Hollywood , place it in the navel of a firefly and still have room enough for three caraway.

to television stations. He approved the production of programs and movies for adults. He expanded the idea of the Disney parks to Japan and France. Disney parks opened in Tokyo in 1984 and Paris in 1992. Text7 Text IIMemorable quotes 17 Led by Mr. Eisner, the Disney Company continues to build entertainment centers. Disney California Adventure parks opened last year in Anaheim, next to Disneyland. It cost 1,400,000,000 dollars. California/

Chapter 6 Market Structures. –Perfect Competition Characteristics –Many small firms –Easy Entry and exit –Identical product –No nonprice competition –Price.

: stores in the mall and shopping centers Model: MR = MC –Profits in the short run, firms enter with a slightly different productLong run – breakeven –Demand saturation – satisfying the total demand for a product in an area –Explains the turnover rate among firms –Oligopoly Characteristics –Few dominant large firms –Difficult entry and exit »Barriers to entry »Large capital costs »Economies of scale »Large advertising budget »Brand loyalty –Much non-price competition (national TV and Magazines) –Firms/

Copyright © 2006 Thomson Business and Economics. All rights reserved. Chapter 15 Media Planning: Print, Television, and Radio.

in the industry 15–18Copyright © 2006 Thomson Business and Economics. All rights reserved. Television For many, TV defines what advertising is –In 2004 advertisers spent $68 billion on television. –Many more billions are spent on commercial production. 15–19Copyright © 2006 Thomson Business and Economics. All rights reserved. Television Categories Network television Cable television Syndicated television –Off-network syndication –First-run syndication –Barter syndication Local television Satellite and/

Measuring the US Economy FIN 30220: Macroeconomics.

product (GDP) measures the current market value of all goods and services produced within the borders of a country over a given time period. For the US, GDP (on an annual basis) for the first quarter of 2015 was $17,655B Therefore, in measuring GDP, we are concentrating on the product markets Farmer A produces 1,000 bushels of Apples (Apples cost/ Growth) Peak Trough Peak Billions of 2000 Dollars How can we best describe long run growth in the US? A linear trend describes growth as Dollars per year 1,042 X=0/

Overview of the lifestyle project Select two of the five areas listed on the Lifestyle Project introduction sheet (green sheet in folder or on Blackboard).

in a year? Consider your options for reducing energy and CO 2 – what do they cost? Which ones would actually save you money in the long-run? Consider auto maintenance (tire pressure, etc.), driving habits (avoiding fast starts and high highway speeds), and reducing trips and miles by rescheduling and/(e.g., a steak or potatoes) Plant product (from leaves or seeds) Meat Animal product (e.g., milk, cheese, eggs) Fast food (lots of processing, transportation, and added ingredients) Processed food (can, jar, /

Evaluation of Broadcast Media. Media Terminology Print Media - Publications such as newspapers, magazines, direct mail, outdoor, and the like. Media Vehicle.

High information content Longevity Multiple readers Disadvantages Long lead time for ad placement Visual only Lack/In-Flight TV Commercials Advantages A Desirable Audience A Captured Audience Low Relative Cost Segmentation Possibilities Disadvantages High Potential for Irritation Limited Availability of Medium Lack of Audience Attention Potential for Rapid Wearout The Internet and Interactive Media Internet / Interactive Media Characteristics Advantages User selects product information User attention and/

1 Forgiving Utility Debt, Waiving Penalties & Punitive Deposits – How to Make the Case H. Gil Peach, PhD H. Gil Peach & Associates LLC/Scan America® 16232.

receive high definition pictures over cable. The low end TV is no longer in the market, and the new TV costs twice as much. The low end TV is no longer in the market, and the new TV costs twice as much. The CPI calculation is adjusted to say the new TV costs less than the old one due to the increase in pleasure. The CPI calculation is adjusted to say the new TV costs less than the old one due to the increase in pleasure. 55 Consumer Price Index/

10. Data Mining Data Mining is one aspect of Database Query Processing (on the "what if" or pattern and trend querying end of Query Processing, rather.

long training time (for large training sets, it is prohibitive!) The input feature vector x=(x 0..x n ) is mapped into variable y by means of the scalar product and a nonlinear function mapping, f (called the damping function). and/ re-run Taufiks SMART-TV with the Modified Gaussian, MG(x), and closed kNN. We should also take several standard UCI ML classification datasets, randomize classes in some particular/0 0 10 01 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 The cost is the same as an indexed nested loop join (reasonable to assume /

Copyright © 2005 by Allyn & Bacon Chapter 7 Updated Jan. 10, 2006 Advertising “Advertising - ‘nonpersonal communication for products, services, or ideas.

’  Account Executives Local sales agents Account lists & cold calling Selling an “intangible” Per spot pricing Run-of-schedule vs. specialized buys  Traffic - places ads in schedule Copyright © 2005 by Allyn & Bacon Local Ad Sales - TV & Radio  Station will produce the spot and may provide talent.  Some regional/national production companies specialize in producing ads.  Competitive business  Pay is commission on sales  Many local stations have a 40/

Media Planning: Print, Television, and Radio Chapter 15 © 2006 Thomson/South-Western.

in the industry © 2006 Thomson/South-Western Chapter 15: Print, Broadcast 18 Television For many TV defines what advertising is In 2004 advertisers spent $68 billion on television Many more billions are spent on commercial production © 2006 Thomson/South-Western Chapter 15: Print, Broadcast 19 Television Categories Network television Cable television Syndicated television –Off-network syndication –First-run syndication –Barter syndication Local television Satellite and closed-circuit/

SEM1 3.08 A - Promotion PE - Manage media planning and placement to enhance return on marketing investment PI - Determine advertising reach of sport/event.

effective way to promote a local event to the public – Very long production lead time Rates – how determined – Larger/higher audience rating & time are the major factors, (Nielsen ratings) are GRP for television – advertisers will ask for this data – SQAD (cost-per-point) x Nielsen ratings determine TV ad costs – Rates and schedules change based on local factors Types of rates – Run of schedule – prime time vs. other – National/

1 - 1 The basic goal: to create stock- holder value Agency relationships: 1.Stockholders versus managers 2.Stockholders versus creditors CHAPTER 1 An Overview.

be if g = 0? The dividend stream would be a perpetuity. 2.00 0123 r s =13% P 0 = = = $15.38. PMT r $2.00 0.13 ^ 1 - 173 If we have supernormal growth of 30% for 3 years, then a long-run constant g = 6%, what /improve the production line site. Should this cost be included in the analysis? 1 - 359 Yes. Accepting the project means we will not receive the $25,000. This is an opportunity cost and it should be charged to the project. A.T. opportunity cost = $25,000 (1 - T) = $15,000 annual cost. Suppose the plant/

PowerPoint Presentation by Charlie Cook The University of West Alabama CHAPTER 1 Eighth Edition © 2010 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning All rights.

=MC  Marginal Cost =Change in total cost =  TC Change in quantityQ  Marginal Revenue =Change in total revenue =  TR Change in quantityQ  Advertisers should increase their advertising investment as long as it is profitable to do so © 2010 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.6–171 Marcom Budgeting Sales-to-Advertising Response FunctionSales-to-Advertising Response Function  The relationship between money invested in advertising and the response, or/

Chapter Seventeen The Gains from International Trade.

decreases and moves toward the cost of production. Figure 29.6 illustrates the relationship between the price and the number of firms. Measuring the Gains from Expanded Markets (cont’d) 17 | 41 Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. Measuring the Gains from Expanded Markets (cont’d) Figure 29.6 17 | 42 Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. Figure 29.7 illustrates the long-run equilibrium number of firms and cost per unit in the market. The/

1 - 1 CHAPTER 1 Overview of Corporate Finance and the Financial Environment Corporate finance Forms of business organization Objective of the firm: Maximize.

the discount rate which causes the PV of a project’s terminal value (TV) to equal the PV of costs. TV/ and sale price. Substitute these values in the spreadsheet and calculate NPV. Repeat the process many times, saving the input variables (units and price) and the/run: If customers pay sooner, this increases cash holdings. Long run: Over time, the company would hopefully invest the cash in more productive assets, or pay it out to shareholders. Both of these actions would increase EVA. 1 - 774 Is there a cost/

Chapter 12 Product and Price Decisions: Entertainment.

business. Selling music in CD form through retail stores and e-commerce is a risky business. On average, the cost of production for a popular album is minimum $125,000 (not including marketing and promotional costs). On average, the cost of production for a popular album is minimum $125,000 (not including marketing and promotional costs). Enough for Profits The bottom line is that the large production and marketing costs must be covered, and there must be enough/

1 Volume 3, Chapter 4 Revenue sharing in professional sports leagues.

to operate without introducing additional distortions. When players’ salaries are determined in competitive market, no need to separately tax this component of costs 19 Economically justified taxes Taxing on revenue vs cost Taxing on revenue ultimately depress league’s revenues and both owners and players suffer in the long run. Taxing costs strengthens owner’s existing desire to control costs and increase profitability. Owners will be better off even if players are/

Chemical/Material Startups in the US R.C. Liang CEO & Founder, Trillion Science Mountain View, CA Co-founder & Ex-President, CTO & Vice Chairman, SiPix.

. Huge environmental expenses: Hood, waste (gas, water, solid) handling, safety equipment…etc Long product development cycle time : 5-10 years (>3-5 years) Difficult to raise funding For Electronic applications (Semiconductors & Displays)  Long product qualification time (1-2 years)  Short product life time (could be <1 year)  The product is often an insignificant cost factor in the final device (could be <1%, mostly <5%)  Very high entrance barrier to nail/

. A22. (F) The MC curve always passes through the minimum point of the ATC curve. 􀂄 True/False Questions-1 Long-Run Cost 23. In the long run, all costs are variable costs and no costs are fixed cost. A23. (T) In the long run, all factors of production can be varied so all costs are variable costs. 24. No part of any short-run average total cost curve lies below the long-run average total cost curve. A24. (T) The long-run average cost curve shows the least possible cost to produce any/

CHAPTER 9 (blend of the chapters of the text book)

can run many times daily and reach many people, and can reach specific audiences by selecting the correct TV shows. However, they are very expensive. Outdoor Advertising: billboards along highways or in and around large cities are used to remind and attract potential guests about the product. They must be bold, dynamic and graphic so that passersby can get the message at a glance. They have large circulation, broad reach and low cost but/

The Evolution of Okuns Law and of Cyclical Productivity Fluctuations in the United States and in the EU-15 Robert J. Gordon Northwestern, NBER, CEPR, OFCE.

0.21 quarters vs. 0.29 quarter lag in US Key Difference: In late interval, the long-run responses shift in opposite directions, increasing to 1.28 for the US and decreasing to 0.61 for the EU. Key Difference: In late interval, the long-run responses shift in opposite directions, increasing to 1.28 for the US and decreasing to 0.61 for the EU. Responses of productivity also shift in the opposite direction (0.37 to 0.45/

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cooling Thus, it is better to maximize electricity production, throw away the remaining waste heat, and use the extra electricity in the best available electric chiller As the larger electric chiller COPs pertain to the larger chillers, there may be situations where the COP of the chiller that can actually be used is at the small end of the range given above, in which case the absorption chiller appears to be a better choice/

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. 5. Young people liked renting home furniture in that ____________ A. They have less money. B. They dont want to buy old furniture. C. The new furniture is of good quality. D. They dont have much money and dont want to buy the cheap furniture. Passage 34 As long as the sun shines, the earth will not run out of energy. The sun pours more energy on earth than/

Data Management in a Highly Connected World James Hamilton Microsoft SQL Server March 3, 2000.

blind systems Alarms and remote notification for failures in: Alarms and remote notification for failures in: Circulations pump Circulations pump Heating & cooling Heating & cooling Salinity & other water chemistry changes Salinity & other water chemistry changes Filtration system Filtration system Feedback directed systems Feedback directed systems 13 Palmtop Resource Trends Palmtops Ive purchased through the years Palmtops Ive purchased through the years All about same cost & physical size All/

Television. new shows beginning last week Novelty Stage Philo Farnsworth –Patents “Dissector” Tube (related to cathode ray tube) in 1927 Finds way to.

Created daily magazine programs, 90 min to 3 hours long (Today Show/Tonight show)Today Show Created the “spectacular”spectacular A Shift in TV Sponsorship –NAIL IN THE COFFIN for TV Sponsorship: The Quiz Show Scandals 1957-58: Twenty-two game shows on network TV $64,000 Question and $64,000 Challenge the most popular 1958: Revelations that Dotto was fixed ends run of game shows 1959 Congressional investigations –Scandal helps to/

LONG RUN A period of time over which the number of firms in an industry can change their production facilities. In the long run, firms can enter or leave.

inputs at the same prices, and these inputs are as productive as inputs in the smaller industry. Industry must be small part of relative input markets: industry does not affect the prices of inputs. Decreasing-Cost Industry An industry with a negatively-sloped long-run supply curve. The average cost of production decreases as the industry expands. Short-Run versus Long-Run Supply Curves Long-run response to change in price is much greater than short-run response. The long-run supply curve/

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Integrated Marketing Communications

images and symbolic appeals and for differentiating similar products and services ability to strike audience through creative advertising ability to control the message (what, when and how something is said and where it is delivered. Disadvantages of Advertising: the cost of producing and placing ads can be very high, particularly television commercials, it can be difficult to determine the effectiveness of advertising there are credibility and image problems associated with advertising Spending in/

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is more likely to be hurt in the long run by substitute products than by its immediate steel company rivals. It must also consider whether to make substitute materials or stick only to those applications where steel offers superior performance. Samir K Mahajan VALUE AND SATISFACTION Customer Value is the difference between the values the customer gains from owning and using a product and the costs of obtaining the product. e.g. For buying McDonalds food/

Acting for Camera Theatre vs Camera. How are they the same? How are the different? In both an actor’s primary function is to communicate ideas and emotions.

; TRUCKING): The act of the camera moving to follow the action. DRY RUN: Running through a scene without all the special effects that will be there in an actual TAKE. DUBBING: Transferring all the sound effects, music, replaced voices, etc. onto the finished product (tape). Film/TV Vocab E ECU: Extreme Closeup. EDITOR: The person who joins the chosen bits of different takes together to make the finished product. Also called the CUTTER. ELS: Extreme long shot/

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1 Inventory Models. 2 Overview of Inventory Issues Proper control of inventory is crucial to the success of an enterprise. Typical inventory problems.

should be under control. Two Types of Service Level The cycle service level –The probability of not incurring a stockout during an inventory cycle. –Applied when the likelihood of a stockout, and not its magnitude, is important for the firm. Service levels can be viewed in two ways. 23 In many cases short run demand is variable even though long run demand is assumed constant. Therefore, stockout events during lead/

Magazine Advertising in a Recession: A toolkit for publishers, agencies & advertisers PPA Research 2009.

around TV adverts (the legendary “Papa and Nicole”) supplemented by full-page print adverts and posters Results: Renault gained its highest market share in ten years and the Clio exceeded its first year sales objectives Source: Advertising in a Recession, 1999, ed. Patrick Barwise, London Business School Ford learns from mistakes made during the last recession “We gave every marketing cost a haircut back in 1990/91, including our future product plans, and/

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© Logica 2008. All rights reserved The death of divide and conquer The roles of integration and convergence in telecoms and media Thomas Breuer Group Director.

time -> less need for performance Attention economy Advertisement financed products – pay the consumer Complex community structures “reverse” charging Long tailHuge number of items with low usage per item Central product catalogues with advanced life-cycle management Agenda New facts of live – the power of the consumer Business models and ownership Learnings from the retail sector A paradigm-shift in delivering services Conclusion Current trends offer a multitude of potential/

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at Fox Searchlight and runs Fox network television. Worldwide cable and satellite television interests incl ownership of BSkyB in Britain and Star TV in huge Asian market. Book publishing interests and controls a portfolio of newspapers that includes The Sun and The Times. ·        Viacom-Paramount involved in film and television production and distribution, owns cable channels like MT, VH1 and Nickelodeon, controls television stations, has interests in book publishing and runs the Blockbuster video rental/

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Reduce operating cost in IP Contact Centers SOLUTION Product: Oracle Communications Converged Application Server Implementation: Internal Development for Enterprise IP Call Centers Oracle Communications Converged Application Server for voice and IP interactive voice SIP trunk service. RESULTS Rapidly developed SIP Servlet-based control and configuration application using in-house development resources. Exceeded customer’s transaction volume and long-running session requirements. Successfully deployed the IP/

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