Media And Entertainment

Radio and television broadcasting companies have two types of business. There are public service broadcasters, which are funded by public funds, and commercial broadcasters, which are funded through advertising. Broadcasters and television broadcasters create and/or acquire content for broadcasting, such as entertainment, information, discussion and other programs. Most broadcasters use digital media to transmit high-definition images, known as high-definition television (HDTV). They can transmit single HDTV broadcasts or transmit multiple traditional broadcasts. This "multicasting" means that they can broadcast music, for example, from different camera angles on the same channel. Viewers then choose what they want to see on their TV. Other forms of advertising include cable and subscription or paid programming that may be narrowly targeted, such as sports, education, and youth programs.

We can still access the media and entertainment of the past, if we choose, by reading printed books and watching TV shows on our television. But thanks to the Internet and the growth of digital content, media and entertainment are now available 24/7 through computers, smartphones, tablets and e-book readers. Wherever we are, whether at an airport, at a restaurant, at a concert, or at a doctor's office, we can go online almost all the time to watch TV shows and movies, listen to radio shows, read books and newspaper articles, and more. Digital video recorders (DVRs) have freed people from being glued to their televisions during events - we can record our favorite shows and watch them at our convenience. Video and video on demand also allow us to watch previously released shows. These options are great for us, but not great for advertisers who rely on prime time viewers to see their ads.

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