An Analysis of the Television Sports Programing Industry and The Profitability of the Consumer Electronic and Appliance Industry for the 1990's
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The following paper is a two part analysis project involving different subjects. The first segment will discuss the television sports programing industry. It will focus on the economics involved with the leagues, television programers, and the sponsors. The paper will provide a brief history, a present analysis, and future predictions. The second part will cover the consumer electronics and appliance industry. It will define each product line and make predictions on the future growth for each. The paper will also show why the present recession will not effect this industry as it has many others. Also included in this section is a brief job description of a position I held in this industry, and a section covering skills utilized on the job.Missing page 33.
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