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 MEDIA&MEDIA CONGLOMERATES<br />
Media & Its Types<br />The storage and transmission <br />   channels or tools used to store and deliver information or da...
Electronic Media:- Television, Radio, Movies.
New Age Media:- Mobile Phones, Computer, Websites, Blogging, Internet TV, Social Networking.</li></li></ul><li>Types of Me...
Role of Media<br />Electronic media(T.V., Internet ,etc.) & print media (such as newspapers, newsletters) are important fo...
Percentage of MarketersUsing New Media Elements for Direct Marketing<br />
What is Conglomerate???<br />A conglomerate is a combination of two or more corporations engaged in entirely different bus...
Media Conglomerate<br />A media conglomerate describes companies that own large numbers of companies in various mass media...
Some Media Conglomerates<br />AT&T<br />AOL<br />Sony<br />Time Warner<br />ITI Group<br />The Walt Disney Company<br />Vi...
AT&T Inc.<br />AT&T, Inc. was formed in 1983<br />The largest provider of local and long distance telephone services in th...
AT&T Inc.<br /><ul><li>Industry: Telecommunications.
Products: Telephone                   Internet                   Television.</li></ul>The AT&T tower in downtown <br />Los...
              Corporation<br />A multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Minato, Tokyo, Japan.<br />Sony i...
              Corporation<br />Industry: Consumer electronics.                Entertainment.<br />Products: (1)Consumer & ...
The world&apos;s fourth largest entertainment conglomerate (behind      News Corporation and Viacom),<br />Warner Communic...
Its subsidiaries are:<br />    (1) New Line Cinema, <br />    (2) Time Inc., <br />    (3) HBO, <br />    (4) Turner Broad...
Short for <br />     &quot;Video & Audio Communications&quot;,<br />      is an American media conglomerate.<br />In cable...
Industry:  Cable TV, <br />                     Motion Pictures.<br />Film Production and Distribution: <br />     (1) Via...
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  1. 1. MEDIA&MEDIA CONGLOMERATES<br />
  2. 2. Media & Its Types<br />The storage and transmission <br /> channels or tools used to store and deliver information or data.<br />Its Types:-<br /><ul><li>Print Media:-Newspapers, Magazines , Brochures, Newsletters, Books, Photographs, etc.
  3. 3. Electronic Media:- Television, Radio, Movies.
  4. 4. New Age Media:- Mobile Phones, Computer, Websites, Blogging, Internet TV, Social Networking.</li></li></ul><li>Types of Media Contribution<br />
  5. 5. Role of Media<br />Electronic media(T.V., Internet ,etc.) & print media (such as newspapers, newsletters) are important for distributing advertisement media.<br />Help to connect diverse people from far & near places.<br />Tools such as e-mail, MSN, Facebook etc, have brought people closer together.<br />Children are encouraged to use media tools in school.<br />
  6. 6. Percentage of MarketersUsing New Media Elements for Direct Marketing<br />
  7. 7. What is Conglomerate???<br />A conglomerate is a combination of two or more corporations engaged in entirely different businesses together into one corporate structure, usually involving a parent company and several (or many) subsidiaries.<br />Often, a conglomerate is a multi-industry company. <br />Conglomerates are often large and often multinational.<br />
  8. 8. Media Conglomerate<br />A media conglomerate describes companies that own large numbers of companies in various mass media such as television, radio, publishing, movies, and the Internet.<br />As of 2008, The Walt Disney Company is the world&apos;s largest media conglomerate, with News Corporation, Viacom and Time Warner ranking second, third and fourth respectively.<br />A conglomerate is, by definition, a large company that consists of divisions of seemingly unrelated businesses.<br />
  9. 9. Some Media Conglomerates<br />AT&T<br />AOL<br />Sony<br />Time Warner<br />ITI Group<br />The Walt Disney Company<br />Viacom<br />Dishnet<br />Comcast<br />Liberty Media<br />News Corporation.<br />
  10. 10. AT&T Inc.<br />AT&T, Inc. was formed in 1983<br />The largest provider of local and long distance telephone services in the United States.<br />Also sells digital subscriber line Internet access and digital television service.<br />Having over 81.6 million wireless customers, and more than 150 million total customers.<br />Headquarters:Whitacre TowerDallas, Texas, United States.<br />Website: www.att.com<br />Randall L. Stephenson (Chairman, CEO & President)<br />
  11. 11. AT&T Inc.<br /><ul><li>Industry: Telecommunications.
  12. 12. Products: Telephone Internet Television.</li></ul>The AT&T tower in downtown <br />Los Angeles, USA.<br />
  13. 13. Corporation<br />A multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Minato, Tokyo, Japan.<br />Sony is one of the leading manufacturers of electronics, video, communications, video game consoles, and information technology products.<br />Founded: 1946 in Japan.<br />One of the world&apos;s largest media conglomerates with revenue exceeding  $78.88 billion U.S. (FY2008).<br /> The company&apos;s current slogan is make.believe.<br />Howard Stringer <br />(Chairman , President & CEO)<br />
  14. 14. Corporation<br />Industry: Consumer electronics. Entertainment.<br />Products: (1)Consumer & professional electronic equipments, (2) Communication & information-related equipments, (3) Semiconductor (4) Electronic devices & components, (5) Battery, (6) Chemicals, (7) Sony Pictures Entertainment, (8) Sony Music, (9) PlayStation, (10) Blu-Ray.<br />Services: Financial services. Internet service.<br />
  15. 15. The world&apos;s fourth largest entertainment conglomerate (behind  News Corporation and Viacom),<br />Warner Communications, Inc. and Time Inc., (along with the assets of a third company, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.) form the current Time Warner.<br />Major operations in film, Broadcasting, publishing, Internet, telecommunications..<br />Headquarters: New York City, U.S.<br />Website: http://www.timewarner.com<br />Jeffrey L. Bewkes(Chairman & CEO)<br />
  16. 16. Its subsidiaries are:<br /> (1) New Line Cinema, <br /> (2) Time Inc., <br /> (3) HBO, <br /> (4) Turner Broadcasting System, <br /> (5) The CW Television Network, <br /> (6) TheWB.com, <br /> (7) UBU Productions, <br /> (8) Warner Bros. Entertainment, <br /> (9) Kids&apos; WB, <br /> (10) The CW4Kids, <br /> (11) Cartoon Network, <br /> (12) Boomerang, Hanna-Barbera, <br /> (13) Adult Swim, <br /> (14) CNN, <br /> (15) DC Comics, and <br /> (16) Warner Bros. Games.<br />
  17. 17. Short for <br /> &quot;Video & Audio Communications&quot;,<br /> is an American media conglomerate.<br />In cable and satellite television networks (MTV Networks and BET), and movie production and distribution with Paramount Motion Pictures Group.<br />Founded in 2006.<br />Headquarters: New York, USA.<br />As of 2008, Viacom is one of the world&apos;s largest media conglomerates, behind The Walt Disney Company and News Corporation.<br />Website:www.viacom.com.<br />Philippe P. Dauman(President, CEO & Director)<br />
  18. 18. Industry: Cable TV, <br /> Motion Pictures.<br />Film Production and Distribution: <br /> (1) Viacom International, <br /> (2) Paramount Pictures, <br /> (3) Republic Pictures, <br /> (4) MTV Films, (5) Nickelodeon Movies, <br /> (6) Go Fish Pictures<br />VideoGaming:  <br /> (1) Xfire,<br /> (2) Harmonix, <br /> (3) GameTrailers, <br /> (4) Neopets<br />New Media: <br /> (1)MTV New Media<br />
  19. 19. Television Networks: <br /> (1) Comedy Central, <br /> (2)Logo, <br /> (3)BET, <br /> (4)SpikeTV<br /> (5) Nick@Nite, <br /> (6) Nickelodeon,<br /> (7) TeenNick, <br /> (8) Nick Jr., <br /> (9) MTV, <br /> (10) VH1, <br /> (11) MTV2, <br /> (12)CMT.<br />
  20. 20. Thank You<br />Presented by:<br />Nirankar Singh<br />PGDFM/09/003<br />
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