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Solve each equation. See Examples 1 through 6.-154y + 1+ 4

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Problem 43

Solve each equation. See Examples 1 through 6.-154y + 1+ 4 = y

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TV and the NFL Pro Football’s humble Origins  The NFL was formed in 1912 starting out in small towns and moved to bigger cities within the next 30 years  Football wasn’t that popular Bert Bell, TV and the NFL’s Emergence  After WWII TV helped the NFL to become famous, NFL copied the Baseball league by using the Radio and TV  Bell guided the NFL through the merger  Brown invented play books, game film, prescribing offensive and defensive plays, along with hiring assistant coaches  Bell signed the NFL their first league wide TV contract  The Demont Network televised 1 regular season game per week and the annual championship game, it blacked out the games within a 75 mile radius unless the game was sold out 1958 NFL Championship Game  In 1955 the Demont Network fell, Bell signed a deal in 1956 with CBS which payed over $1Million  NBC payed for the rights to broadcast for the league championship game  35 to 45 Million fans watched the NBC game, named as the single event most responsible for kick starting pro­football  Turned into first rate family entertainment because of TV Pete Rozelle, TV, and the NFL’s Growth  The NFL used television to become Americas most dominant sport, fend off challenges, grow, and develop into a media powerhouse  Rozelle was a public relations expert but didn’t know much about football, because of his knowledge in marketing he knew how to deal with the TV industry  Signed his first TV contract in 1962 by CBS, $4.6Million  Instituted a bid between the three industries to get a higher payout, CBS won with a $14Million bid NFL­AFL Merger  In 1960 the AFL came into play with 19 teams  In 1960 the NFL established 2 new teams against the AFL ownership  In 1964 AFL signed a $36Million TV contract with NBC to televise their league games for 5 years, the revenue allowed the AFL to compete with the NFL for top talent  AFL and NFL went in a bidding war and the AFL won several battles, Joe Namath signed $427k 3 year contract with the New York Jets with the AFL  Namath’s signing gave the AFL good credibility  In 1956 a merger deal was announced, holding a draft eliminating the costly bidding war along with a 26 team league in 1970, 2 conferences were being created, Rozelle would continue to be the commissioner, and the NFL and AFL agreed to play an annual championship game known as the Super Bowl  The Super Bowl quickly became the biggest “Holiday” where Americans watched and consumed food Roone Arledge’s Revolution  Former ABC producer, presented sports as entertainment with compelling interest stories  Involving the audience emotionally by telling injury stories  Taking “The game to the fan” and not the “fan to the game”  A casual viewer would not want to watch the full football game without breaks, Roone added commercials. 3 or 4 different cameras were used to allow fans at home to experience the game personally  Introduced slow­motion and instant replays  By 1970 ABC became the top rated network ABC’S Wide World of Sports  Weekly sports series for 35 years  WWS broadcasted pre­recorded events, squeezing the maximum amount of drama into a minimum amount of time keeping the listeners  Whatever appeared on TV had to be entertaining for the viewer Evel Knievel  Personified WWS, in 1967 the motorcycle daredevil appeared 16 times  Millions watched to see the ultimate agony of defeat because of his injuries  WWS showed all his failures in slow motion Monday Night Football  NFL games were only televised on Sunday afternoons and had little viewers, Rune Arledge  September 1970 Monday night football started on ABC, handled isolated coverage and play by plays  Don Meredith, Howard Cosell, and Frank Gifford were hired by Aledge to add flavor to the broadcast to keep audiences  Gifford was the most popular sports caster in New York City and a former player along with Don Meredith, who was the comedy man  Howard Cosell was the play by play man, WWS brought him to national attention  Arledge casted Cosell to become the man to hate, this draws in fans  Monday Night Football switched to ESPN in 2006

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Textbook: Intermediate Algebra
Edition: 6
Author: Elayn El Martin-Gay
ISBN: 9780321785046

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