Origins — [ edit ] Family Computer Japan The North American video game market experienced a period of rapid growth and unprecedented popularity in the late s and early s. Consoles such as the Atari and the Intellivision proved to be wildly popular, and many third-party developers arose in their wake to exploit the growing industry. Nintendo was one such development studio, and, by had found success with a number of arcade gamessuch as Donkey Kongwhich was in turn ported to, and packaged with the ColecoVision console in North America. The keyboard, Famicom Modemand Famicom Disk System would later be released as add-on peripherals, all utilizing the Famicom expansion port.
The inception and growth of the satellite industry was made possible by a variety of factors, from major technological developments such as the advent of the space program, advances in digital technology and successive generations of more powerful hardware, to the efforts of a select group of pioneering individuals.
From the vision of Arthur C. Clarke, who first suggested the concepts for a worldwide satellite communications system, through the first Anik and Westar satellite launches, the framework for satellite broadcasting was initiated.
System sales soared as hardware prices fell, and the idea of a practical DBS system was beginning to take shape. Fifty percent of all satellite retailers closed their businesses. Business began to recover, but over the next five years another major problem surfaced—piracy, or the illegal theft of pay television signals.
From to the present, the satellite picture has become much brighter. The satellite television industry has grown to over 33 million subscribers, making it one of the hottest and fastest growing consumer electronics products of all time.
Newer encryption systems have worked to reduce the problem of broadcast security. Small-dish DBS systems have become a reality, creating a huge new market for satellite broadcast services. Favorable legislation has removed many of the former obstacles of dish ownership, and the industry has seen the delivery of interactive TV services, two-way high-speed Internet access via satellite, and the emergence of satellite radio.Our industry focus enables us to deliver innovative solutions tailored to each client.
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The history of motion pictures. The purpose of this lecture: 1.
to provide a brief overview of the development of motion pictures. 2. with an emphasis on the economic culture that developed historically. The rise of industrial America, the dominance of wage labor, and the growth of cities represented perhaps the greatest changes of the period.
Few Americans at the end of the Civil War had anticipated the rapid rise of American industry. The Economics of the Global Entertainment Industry In an earlier posting, I outlined the implications of the several information revolutions we are passing through.
More recently, I described in greater detail the implications of the print to digital transition.