posted by Kevin on .
Are both these false?
A unique format is one for which there is no similar competition in the market.
I also think this one is false but again not sure
A "head to head" format refers to a format that is trying to successfully program against a similar one.
First of all, be sure you are clear on the meaning of the word "unique."
Let us know what you discover ... and if it changes your answer.
unique as in do they have a competitor
What does "unique" mean?
Never mind I'm not sure that's why i asked, how about the other question i think that's false do you?
I think the first one is true because of the meaning of the word "unique." Make sure you're clear on the meaning of that word -- http://www.answers.com/unique
I think the second is false.
i agree with the first one, but why would the second one be false? when somethings head to head wouldnt it be 2 programs battling and 1 trying to be successful?
The phrase "head to head" sounds as if there are two things (in this case format?) that are alike or very similar.
That's my guess!