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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 1982 in television
A very special episode is an episode of a television sitcom or drama which deals with a serious social issue (often controversial), usually meant to inspire viewers to talk to family or friends about the topic discussed in the show.
Television New Zealand (TVNZ) is the main and state broadcaster of television in New Zealand.
Silver Spoons was a sitcom that aired on NBC from September 25, 1982 to May 11, 1986 and in first-run syndication from September 15, 1986 to March 4, 1987.
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 1982 in television Information
See also: 1981 in television, other events of 1982, 1983 in television and the list of years in television.
January 1 - Central Television starts broadcasting in the English Midlands, replacing ATV.
February 18 - First color television broadcasts in Pakistan.
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 World Analogue Television Standards and Waveforms
The most basic difference between television standards is the number of lines per field and the number of fields per second, as determined by the line and field scanning frequencies.
An additional effect is produced because many television cameras and telecine units employ a technique called 'contours out of green' in which the the waveforms used for horizontal and vertical aperture correction are derived not from the luminance signal obtained by matrixing the three colour channels, but from the green channel alone.
The art of radio transmission was quite mature at the time of the introduction of television, but to transmit the vast bandwidth of a video signal (one thousand times wider than an audio signal) required carrier frequencies of an order of magnitude higher than those that had been used previously for broadcast purposes.
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 Poltergeist (1982)
Poltergeist (1982) is a memorable supernatural horror film from co-producer/co-writer Steven Spielberg who teamed with director Tobe Hopper (known for his cult horror classic The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)).
In the famous image that advertised the film, the youngest daughter comes down the serpentine staircase from the second floor, walking through the flickering, strobe-effect lighting that is cast over the room.
Again, the television is left on - at 2:37 am, the National Anthem plays (accompanied by patriotic symbols of democracy in the nation's capital), followed by snowy static.
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 All Star Television Shows
Click here to see the honor roll of actors who wear chucks in two or more television series or films.
At the end of their tour of duty in Viet Nam, Col. John "Hannibal" Smith (George Peppard) and his team were framed for robbing the Bank of Hanoi (which they had done, but under orders), and sent to a U.S. military prison.
Doctor Who is a long-running British science fiction television series produced by the BBC about a mysterious time-travelling adventurer known only as "The Doctor", who explores time and space with his companions -- in this series usually Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) -- fighting evil, usually in the form of hideous monsters and aliens.
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 Alan Rickman Fan Page
Born on February 21, 1946 in Hammersmith, London, Rickman attended the Royal College of Art and made his way as a graphic artist in Soho.
During this period, he did occasional television work, in roles from Shakespearean drama to LeCarré's international intrigue.
Television - documentary made during rehearsals of Tango at the End of Winter
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 Our Cases - your on line General counsel since 1982
Lawrence E. Feldman & Associates has experience litigating cases in various areas of law.
The cases have been consolidated and plaintiffs’ counsel will be filing an Amended Consolidated Complaint naming all thirteen companies in one caption.
American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), et.
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This is a commercial for the Commodore 64 home computer, aired in 1983 on Australian television.
This is a commercial for the Commodore Vic20 home computer, aired in 1982 on U.S. television.
This is a commercial for the Commodore 64 home computer, aired in 1982 on U.S. television.
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 The Baseball Bunch (1982) TV Show - The Baseball Bunch (1982) Television Show - TV.com
Viewers of a certain age will think back to this show as a simple, positive-light sports series for younger audiences.
Tell the world what you think of The Baseball Bunch (1982), write a review for this show.
I was hoping that his would do much better than he actually did.
www.tv.com /the-baseball-bunch-1982/show/34784/summary.html   (349 words)

 Cagney and Lacey Main Index Page
Television Today and Tomorrow: It Won't Be What You Think 1996
Prime-Time Feminism: Television, Media Culture, and the Women's Movement since 1970 1996
Women Watching Television: Gender, Class, and Generation in the American Television Experience 1991
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 Video-hills.com -VHS Video Illustrated Catalog
Action & Adventure, Boxed Sets, Classic Directors, Classic Stars, Comedy, Drama, General, Horror, International, Kids & Family, Musicals, Mystery & Suspense, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Silent Films, Television, Westerns
Action & Adventure, Biography, Boxed Sets, By Theme, Classics, Comedy, Cowboys & Indians, Cult Classics, Drama, Epic, General, Musicals, Mystery, Outlaws, Romance, Silent, Spaghetti Western, Television, Western Directors, Western Stars, Widescreen
Karl Video; Published: 1982; VHS Tape; VHS Video
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 David St John - Sale of the Century
TV quiz shows always like to cast outgoing confident players, so my natural exuberance and general knowledge must have impressed them as did the next 20 shows (at time of writing April 2004).
My wife and I enjoyed the hospitality shown by Anglia TV, with a hotel stopover, meals and such, before going onto the studio the next day and my first ever experience of appearing on peak time television.
Although not possessing an academic background, I felt confident in my general knowledge and instant recall, as well as having an advantage in front of the cameras and studio audience, after years in front of the spotlight so to speak.
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  "Digital Broadcast | Vendor News Asia "
We came across this fascinating insight as to how television news in New Zealand reported from the Lebanon recently.
While TVNZ’s coverage [digital national TV broadcaster, Television New Zealand] of the Lebanon war left much to be desired – much praise was heaped on TV3’s Mike McRoberts coverage.
You may remember some [television] footage which has featured prominently on TV3 over the years of me stuck in a riot in the Afghanistan/ Pakistan border town of Peshawar in 2001.
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  Television Studies   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Television studies is the relatively recent, aspirationally disciplinary name given to the academic study of television.
The "television" of television studies is a relatively new phenomenon, just as many of the key television scholars are employed in departments of sociology, politics, communication arts, speech, theatre, media and film studies.
Thus television, along with other of the mass media, is conceptualised within frameworks principally concerned with the maintenance of social order; the reproduction of the status quo, the relationship between the state, media ownership and citizenship, the constitution of the public sphere.
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 Television television.html
Television as a medium had a content, during the Gairy years, that distanced itself from providing any opposition to government.
Television sets were not prevalent in Grenadian homes in the early days of the Gairy regime.
Television programming circa 1982 included six locally produced shows - "Pioneer Times" (changed to "Ti Marmaile"), "Grenada Today", "Culturama," "Let the People Speak," "Interview of the Month" and "News and Sports." Programming was based on a state decision that content not be racist, sexist or gory.
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 Cagney and Lacey   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As demonstrated by television scholar Julie D'Acci's outstanding study Defining Women: Television and the Case of Cagney and Lacey, the history of Cagney and Lacey provides a textbook case illustrating many issues pervasive in the U.S. television industry as well as that industry's complicated relationship to social and cultural issues.
Foster, who had played a lesbian in an earlier television role, was cited as "masculine" and "aggressive," and after considerable argument CBS threatened to cancel the series, made Foster's removal and replacement a condition of continuing the show, and the fall 1982 season began with Sharon Gless, presumably more conventionally feminine and heterosexual, portraying Cagney.
The generic modifications were intertwined with rather conventional police matters, and the sense of strangeness caused by the gender shift was combined with the familiarity of crime drama.
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 CD Baby: TELEVISION: The Blow-Up (2xCD)
Television was one of the most creative bands to emerge from New York's punk scene of the mid-'70s, creating an influential new guitar vocabulary.(guitar-based post-punk pop) (ROIR)
Television was one of the most creative bands to emerge from New York's punk scene of the mid-'70s, creating an influential new guitar vocabulary.
Double live albums frequently come off as redundant and indulgent, but in the case of Television, The Blow Up comes awfully close to being an essential document, simply because the band's studio albums didn't always capture the rawness and spontaneity that fueled their on-stage improvisations.
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 The Oracle Of Ottawa-Kids and their Computers 1982   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It's 1982 and at a nursery school, kids just out of diapers use video display terminals to draw pictures.
In this CBC television clip, one boy says he likes learning with computers because he can work at his own pace, "instead of like in a class where if somebody gets it wrong then you review it again."
There is no Internet in 1982, but this report is a wonderful time capsule on how Gen Y acquired their computer skills.
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 1982 in television: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
See also: 1981 in television, other events of 1982, 1983 in television and the list of 'years in television'.
July 28 - Comedian Andy Kaufman and professional wrestler Jerry Lawler[?] get into an on-air fight during an interview on the Late Night with David Letterman show.
Post a link to definition / meaning of " 1982 in television " on your site.
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 The Second City | TELEVISION & FILM
Originally airing during the 1982-83 television season, the episodes in Volume 3 contain some of the funniest and most memorable SCTV skits and guest musical performances.
SCTV (an acronym for Second City Television) began in 1976 as a simple show featuring comedic performers from the famed, improv-oriented Second City Theatre in Toronto.
Originally created for syndication as a 30-minute show, SCTV was picked up five years later by NBC and ran for two seasons of 90-minute episodes, then moved to Cinemax for a last season of 45- minute episodes.
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 1982 in television at AllExperts
For the American network television schedule, please see 1982-83 American network television schedule.
Channel 4, the UK's fourth channel, is launched in November this year.
Also, TVS starts broadcasting to the south & south-east of England, replacing Southern, and TSW starts broadcasting to the south-west, replacing Westward.
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 1982 in television Details, Meaning 1982 in television Article and Explanation Guide
March 4 The short-lived Police Squad airs on ABC (last episode was shown on July 8).
The Young Ones premieres on the BBC (1982, 1984)
This is an Article on 1982 in television.
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 YOJOE.COM | G.I.Joe Television History
The very first G.I.Joe animation was seen in the 1982 television commercial for Marvel Comics' G.I.Joe #1.
Sunbow Productions produced all of the G.I.Joe animation between 1982 and 1988.
In 1983, Sunbow produced the five-part G.I.Joe syndicated television mini-series, The M.A.S.S. Device.
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 1981 in television at AllExperts
See also: 1980 in television, other events of 1981, 1982 in television and the list of 'years in television'.
For the American network television schedule, please see 1981-82 American network television schedule.
The wedding of Ken and Deirdre is watched by over 24 million viewers in Britain, beating the Royal wedding in the ratings.
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 "Clive James on Television" (1982)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Back in the early '80's we could laugh safely in the knowledge that our television was nowhere near as bad.
Unfortunately, our television producers then made the mistake of thinking it would be a brilliant idea to emulate the programmes shown.
Twenty-odd years later, our television is indistinguishable from the type of infantile dross Clive regularly used to make fun of.
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The only intention of the show is to be funny." (Ungenanntes Python-Mitglied) zitiert in: Thompson 1982; S.29 / John Cleeses Schlußsatz in der Sat1-Sendung "The Making of...
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Dennoch können meiner Erkenntnis zufolge gewisse 'ethnische' Linien verfolgt werden, schließlich tut man sich in Deutschland heute noch mit Komödien schwer.
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