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Duopoly (entertainment company) is an independent film, television and multi-platform content company founded in 2002 by Catherine Tait and Liz Manne. Tait and Manne, both veterans of the independent film and television industries, established the company in order to develop and produce compelling new content propert
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A duopoly (or twinstick, referring to `stick` as jargon for a radio tower) is a situation in television and radio broadcasting in which two or more stations in the same city or community share common ownership. ==In the United States== In the United States, the practice of duopolies has been frowned upon when using public air
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Any market that is dominated by two organisations.
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A market dominated by two suppliers to the extent that they jointly control prices....more on Duopoly
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duopoly, duopolistic 1. An economic situation in which two powerful groups or organizations concentrate or dominate commerce in one business market or commodity. 2. A condition in which there are only two suppliers of a particular commodity, service, etc.; the domination of a particular market by two firms. 3. A situation in which two companies ow
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An oligopoly with two firms.
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A true duopoly (from Greek duo δύο (two) + polein πωλεῖν (to sell)) is a specific type of oligopoly where only two producers exist in one market. In reality, this definition is generally used where only two firms have dominant control over a market. In the field of industrial organization, it is the most commonly studied form of oligopol
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An instance where two stations in the same designated market area are owned by the same party. Thoug
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Two companies, or a situation, in which both companies control a particular industry
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