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The media industry describes the once very distinct, but today interacting, newspaper, magazine, book, radio, internet and TV industries. It is basically competing on three different markets: the content, the consumer, and the advertising market. On the content market it purchases content of different kinds and converts it into a product. This product is then sold on the consumer market. Through its circulation and reach it is an important actor on the advertising market, where it sells its capacities to place advertising for other companies.I LOVE MEDIA BECAUSE IT's SSSOOOOOOO COOOOLLLLL!!!! Generally speaking, advertising is the promotion of goods, services, companies and ideas, usually by an identified sponsor. ... The word circulation can mean the following: The transport of blood through the circulatory system. ...


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Welcome to CSX.com: Media - Industry Issues (1046 words)
The railroad industry responded swiftly in the aftermath of the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, working closely with local, state and federal authorities to secure the nation's railroads.
The railroad security plan that has resulted from this cooperation is a living document, continually updated, revised and strengthened, and the railroad industry is committed to moving forward aggressively to ensure the security of the railroads and their continued service to the nation.
The rail industry supports language in both the US Senate and House Energy bills that would establish a public-private to enhance locomotive fuel efficiency and emissions control.
Singapore boosts digital media industry - Boston.com (261 words)
Singapore's digital media industry is expected to contribute $6.5 billion to the economy and create 10,000 new jobs by 2015, the government said Wednesday as officials outlined plans to develop the sector.
SINGAPORE --Singapore's digital media industry is expected to contribute $6.5 billion to the economy and create 10,000 new jobs by 2015, the government said Wednesday as officials outlined plans to develop the sector.
The city-state's Media Development Authority rolled out a scheme to support and encourage research and development in "interactive digital media services," or IDM services, by the private sector and institutions of higher learning.
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