Tuesday, December 17, 2019

South Park Is The Third Longest Running Animated Series

South Park is the third longest-running animated series in the United State; it is famous for its crude language, dark humors and satires on current global and pop culture events, in which create a lot of controversies on political, social and religions context. The following content will analysis â€Å"South Park† in the aspect of circuit of culture. Production South Park is first on air on Comedy Central, which is an American basic cable and satellite television channel that is owned by Viacom, which is one of the world’s sixth largest broadcasting and cable company in terms of revenue. Viacom having numbers of subsidiaries in New Zealand, and several countries throughout Europe and Latin America on channels that are divisions of Comedy Central and MTV networks. In 2009, South Park is aired in syndication, which covers 90 percent of the U.S and Canada television markets. As a result, It generated US$25million in advertising revenue. 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