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What is a conglomerate? Give one example
A conglomerate is a combination of two or more companies. Within these there is a parent company (the main one, the one that makes the most money) and they control all the subsidaries. News corp, Disney.
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What's the difference between the BBC and ITV?
The BBC do not make money, they are funded by the public and government. They do not show adverts due to this. The ITV are a business who make profit by advertisements but the public do not pay for this channel.
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Name 5 media products.
Broadcasting, e-media, film, print, apps.
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Name 2 media institutions?
Advertising media products, distributes media products, producing, deals with the public, developing.
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What methods can businesses use to improve their media products?
Market research, focus groups, polls, surveys.
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Name the 6 social classes.
A,B,C,C2,D,E. Upper class, middle class, lower middle class, skilled working class, working class, those at the lowest level of subsistence
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What's the difference between the BBC and ITV?

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The BBC do not make money, they are funded by the public and government. They do not show adverts due to this. The ITV are a business who make profit by advertisements but the public do not pay for this channel.

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Name 5 media products.

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Name 2 media institutions?

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What methods can businesses use to improve their media products?

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