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Video On Demand Television For A New Millenium

Author : Christoph Koch
ISBN : 9783638124553
Genre : Performing Arts
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Seminar paper from the year 1998 in the subject Communications - Movies and Television, grade: 1, Ohio University (School of Telecommunication), course: New Technologies of Telecommunication, 17 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: There has been a lot of talk about video on demand (VOD) in the last couple of years. Scenarios of a bright future for couch potatoes who had a whole videostore at their fingertips were constantly wandering through the media. When the Internet became a huge success the attention and future fantasies shifted away from the television and video on demand towards the computer. But how interesting and important is VOD really? The following chapters will explain what VOD exactly is, how it works and who’s standing behind it – its advantages and possibilities as well as its disadvantages and limitations.
Category: Performing Arts

Reading German

Author : Waltraud Coles
ISBN : 0198700040
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Reading German is a structured reading course designed to take a wide variety of users to an independent reading of authentic German texts. It is ideally suited for courses in colleges and universities, for students or specialists in any discipline, and for independent learners. Drawing on recent research into reading in a foreign language, the course chapters focus on the recognition and decoding of progressively complex written structures, before rehearsing a variety of strategies (suchas skimming and scanning) for negotiating longer and more complex texts. The book has four sections: a 16-chapter reading course an extensive reference section containing a specially-designed grammar of written German a further exercises section, for further work on recognizing structures a text corpus containing 23 texts of various types, with facing English translations. Grammatical points explained in the reference section are frequently illustrated using examples located in the text corpus. The only other resource the user will need is a bilingual dictionary. Advice on how to use a dictionary is contained in the reference section.
Category: Foreign Language Study

Convergence Of Telecommunications And Broadcasting In Japan United Kingdom And Germany

Author : Koichiro Agata
ISBN : 9781136126987
Genre : Social Science
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The convergence of telecommunications and broadcasting raises many questions. What form will convergence take in the future? When convergence produces new opportunities in the information, education and entertainment markets, what sort of rules of the game will be required? How will the players behave in these new markets? What policies might be needed?
Category: Social Science

Billboard

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.
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Dictatorship And Demand

Author : Mark LANDSMAN
ISBN : 9780674039926
Genre : History
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An investigation into the politics of consumerism in East Germany during the years between the Berlin Blockade of 1948-49 and the building of the Berlin Wall in 1961, Dictatorship and Demand shows how the issue of consumption constituted a crucial battleground in the larger Cold War struggle.
Category: History

The Satellite Communication Applications Handbook Second Edition

Author : Bruce R. Elbert
ISBN : 9781580534901
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Since the publication of the best-selling first edition of the Satellite Communication Applications Handbook, the satellite industry has experienced explosive growth thanks to a flood of innovations in consumer electronics, broadcasting, the Internet, transportation, and broadband telecommunications. This second edition covers all the latest advances in satellite technology and applications and features new chapters on mobile digital audio radio and VSAT networks. It updates and expands upon the engineering and management topics that made the first edition a must-have for every satellite communications professional as well as network architects. Engineers get the latest technical details into operations, architectures, and systems components. Managers are brought up to date with the latest business applications as well as regulatory and legal decisions affecting domestic and international markets. the treatment is also of value to marketing, legal, regulatory, and financial and operations professionals who must gain a clear understanding of the capabilities and issues associated with satellite space and ground facilities and services.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Variety Deal Memo

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ISBN : IND:30000111331470
Genre : Motion picture industry
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The global newsletter of theatrical and post-theatrical rights and markets.
Category: Motion picture industry

America S Germany

Author : Thomas Alan Schwartz
ISBN : 0674432983
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John J. McCloy was the "wise man" of the Cold War era who had the longest substantial American connection with Germany. A self-made man of great ambition, enormous vitality, and extraordinary tenacity, McCloy served in several government positions before being appointed High Commissioner of Germany in 1949. America's Germany is the first study of McCloy's critical years in Germany. Drawing on deep archival research and interviews, Thomas Schwartz argues that McCloy played a decisive role in the American effort to restore democracy and integrate Germany into Western Europe. Convinced that reunification should wait until Germany was firmly linked to the West, McCloy implemented a policy of "dual containment," designed to keep both the Soviet Union and Germany from dominating Europe. McCloy represented the best and the worst of the values and beliefs of a generation of American foreign policy leaders. He strove to learn from the mistakes made in the aftermath of the collapse of the Weimar Republic, when the West did not do enough to help German democracy survive. Yet his leniency toward convicted Nazi war criminals compromised the ideals for which America had fought in World War II. America's Germany offers an essential history for those wishing to understand the recent changes in Germany and Europe. The book describes a unique period in the relationship between America and Germany, when the two nations forged an extraordinary range of connections--political, economic, military, and cultural--as the Federal Republic became part of the Western club and the new Europe.
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