Headline December 23, 2016/ ''' DREAMING -*SCHOLARSHIPS*- STREAMING '''



*I HAVE A SCREAM AND I HAVE A STREAM*:  A great time as any before the year draws to an end, to  inform the students of some very spirited honours: 

MILLIONAIRE FAHIM KHAN   -Masters, Peshawar University, and another Masters from the University of Surrey,UK - toiling at  this great Telecom giant, Ericsson, Middle-East,  honours:

!WOW! -the World Students Society and  gets to fund and  execute [along with his friends], the following scholarships in the province of KPK, Pakistan:

1. Student Syed Wajid Ali Shah. 2. Student Bushra Taimur. 3. Student Uzma Taimur. 4. Student Taqdeer Ali. 5.Student Khurshida Jamal. 6. Student Reshma Bibi. 7.Student Maryam

8. Student Uzair Alam 9. Student Akber Khan. 10. Student M Zarak Jan. 11. Student Zeeshan. 12. Student Umer Khiyam. 13. Student Naeem. 14. Student Hashim Khan 15. Student M Anas

!WOW! admires, appreciates and thanks Mr. Fahim Khan and friends, for his unconditional support to the students of KPK province
However, when I do get to see him, I would suggest to him to include scholarships  for all the other provinces and even more, sprinkle his offerings with a few global scholarships as well.

In the years ahead,  say, the near future, !WOW! will make the difference with its  *global policy and campaigns*   of :  educate a student/ sponsor a family of 5 students/ finance construction of a village school, and so on and so forth.

IT SEEMS SO LONG AGO,  before Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime, gadgets called  VCRs roamed the whole wide world.

Most of the students, the  19 years old, in every likelihood won't. Well, they were rectangular boxes that plugged into televisions, and if a videocassette {a smaller rectangular box that contained long spools of film}-

Was inserted into a slot on the player's front, a film would begin playing on your set  -that is, as long as whoever watched it last was kind enough to rewind.

Most VCRs  now sit on the dusty bottom shelves of thrift stores or are buried in garages, because someone figured out how to put movies onto shining, reflective discs called DVDs, and then we all bought flat, rectangular boxes for playing them,

THANKS TO ALL LINE STREAMING, DVD players may soon join VCRs on those thrift store shelves, according to a new report from research firm *Strategy Analytics*.

The amount of money consumers have been spending on DVDs has long been declining steadily for the past 10 years.

In 2016, consumers are expected to spend 7 and 10 percent less on DVD sales and rentals, respectively, than they did in 2015. It's a kind of like when young people begins to notice that their aging parents are acting like their grandparents.

But just because Dad loses track of his keys a lot more often than he used to doesn't mean you should reserve a room for him in the retirement home just yet.

American consumers are still projected to spend $8.42 billion in DVD sales and rentals in 2016, versus $6.62 billion on video streaming services.

Tech savy Americans who cut the cord long ago may have hard time believing DVDs still reign supreme, but there are plenty of Americans who haven't embraced  on-demand streaming.

For those who weren't weaned on the Internet, the suddenly rapid progression of entertainment technology can be hard to grasp. But despite DVDs' current lead, projected 2016 streaming revenue is up 22 percent just from 2015.

While the revenue increases is less than streaming industry saw in 2015  -the first year that growth has slowed   -it's mostly a testament to how staggering the growth was in the first place.

The market for streaming video may have reached a saturation point, but it will continue to expand and sales will continue to increase.

At least for 2016, though plenty of American families are still dropping those shining, reflective discs into the DVD players.

Now, to figure out which of their TV's AUX channels will play the movie......

With respectful dedication to the Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all on !WOW!  -the World Students Society and...... Twitter-!E-WOW!  -the Ecosystem 2011:

''' Amazing '''

Good Night and God Bless

SAM Daily Times - the Voice of the Voiceless


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