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Television formats have become a major export industry for Britain and the United States (who together account for nearly two thirds of all format hours broadcast annually worldwide). Yet, there is no such thing as a television format right under copyright law. Any producer is free to develop...
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This is a pioneering study of television programmes from a brand management perspective by bringing together published literature in line with industry perspectives on programme and channel branding in the UK. The research traces the development of broadcast branding from its visual brand image...
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Commercially successful ideas in the creative world are often imitated or adapted. Television formats, in particular, are routinely copied. From early radio formats to game shows and reality programme formats of today, producers have accused others of “stealing”. Although formats constitute...
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Commercially successful programme ideas are often imitated or adapted. Television formats, in particular, are routinely copied. Starting from radio formats in the 1950s to game shows and reality programme formats of today, producers have accused others of “stealing”. Although formats...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10009429770
This publication charts the legacy of the Round 1 (2012-2016) of the CREATe research programme, based at the University of Glasgow. CREATe is the RCUK Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy investigating the future of creative production in the digital age, and in...
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In this work, core-shell heterostructure catalyst by NiP2/NiP nanosheets shelled carbon nanotubes supported on three-dimensional framework were prepared by new effective approach. Benefiting from the unique morphological feature of carbon nanotubes architecture, the synergy of inner carbon...
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