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  Television   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
A semi-mechanical analogue television system was first demonstrated in London in February 1924 by John Logie Baird with an image of Felix the Cat and a moving picture by Baird on October 30, 1925.
Television in its original and still most popular form involves sending images and sound over radio waves in the VHF and UHF bands, which are received by a receiver (a television set).
Paralleling television's growing primacy in family life and society, an increasingly vocal chorus of legislators, scientists and parents is raising objections to the uncritical acceptance of the medium.
www.gogoglo.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/t/te/television.html   (4260 words)

 Wikinfo | Television
A mechanically-scanned analogue television system was first demonstrated in London in February 1924 by John Logie Baird with an image of Felix the Cat and a moving picture by Baird on October 30, 1925.
As a result, up until at least the mid-1970s, television stations would air announcements reminding viewers to unplug their sets before going to bed for the night, since the heat build-up in the back of the set was a considerable fire hazard.
As a result, up until at least the mid-1970s, television stations would air announcements reminding viewers to unplug their sets before going to bed for the night, since the heat build-up in the back of the set was a not inconsiderable fire hazard.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Television   (7475 words)

 Television Violence: Christian Resource Centre (Bermuda)
It is certainly true that television violence does not account for all the causes of children's aggression, and it is also true that some children are a great deal more likely to be affected by television violence than others, and that it is these children who are likely to be potentially more aggressive anyway.
The age of eight is critical in the relationship between television violence and the development of aggression, because of the cognitive and emotional developments that occur at this age.
One explanation may be that television provides children with rather narrow and stereotypical characters, so that they have relatively little opportunity to express their increased sophistication if they choose television characters as heroes.(36) In one study, children who chose family members or other real people as their heroes did show a more sophisticated understanding.
www.nisbett.com /child-ent/television_violence.htm   (13794 words)

 Violence on Television
In one study done at Pennsylvania State University, about 100 preschool children were observed both before and after watching television; some watched cartoons that had a lot of aggressive and violent acts in them, and others watched shows that didn't have any kind of violence.
Parents can limit the amount of time children spend watching television, and encourage children to spend their time on sports, hobbies, or with friends; parents and kids can even draw up a list of other enjoyable activities to do instead of watching TV.
Television and Behavior: Ten Years of Scientific Progress and Implications for the Eighties, Volume 1.
www.jesus-is-savior.com /Family/violence_on_television.htm   (996 words)

 YOJOE.COM | G.I.Joe Commercials - 1982
G.I.Joe was first introduced in the spring of 1982 with a television commercial for Marvel Comics' G.I.Joe #1.
This commercial was made in late 1982 and even may have been in early 1983.
The commercial also is the first appearance of the Silver Pads Grand Slam with the JUMP jet pack.
www.yojoe.com /television/commercials/82   (385 words)

 Television/Cable Research: Audience Research
Report of three studies sponsored by the Committee on Nationwide Television Audience Measurement, concerning: Study 1, the accuracy of small random samples in measuring television viewing behavior; Study 2, conducted by Eric Marder Associates to compare viewing levels among cooperators and non-cooperators in television diary surveys; Study 3, comparison of ARB and Nielsen ratings.
A pilot study in which, by using a special electronic detector to determine TV set usage, it was found that the incidence of sets-in-use among "not-at-homes" and "refusals" was not greater than that of interviewees.
Respondents were asked to record television viewing, in-home and out-of-home, and location of out-of-home viewing, in one-week personal diaries.
www.vmr.com /research/520.html   (2905 words)

 Television News
Veteran character actor Arthur Hill, whose dozens of television and movie appearances included the title role in the series "Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law," has died.
The AIDS epidemic in the fl community, and the effect of media conglomerates on smaller minority owned publications and broadcast stations are among key issues to be discussed this week at the 19th annual...
The setting was California, but Georgia was on the minds of virtually all at the Museum of Television & Radio, as Dixie Carter, Jean Smart, Annie Potts and Delta Burke - the original stars of the sitcom...
www.topix.net /tv   (941 words)

 Little House on the Prairie - Episode Guide - Television Movies
The reason is that Michael Landon and his new wife, Cindy, both had face lifts in the spring of 1983 after the series was completed.
Trivia note: Trivia note: This was the second television movie made and later aired on December 17, 1983.
Trivia note: Trivia note: This was the third and final television movie made and later aired on February 6, 1984.
littlehouse.sphosting.com /tvmovies.html   (938 words)

 GW Television Preserves Classroom and Conferencing Activities   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
GW Television is the University's professionally-staffed television production house and videoconference broadcast facility, providing a full range of production and videoconferencing services to the University and the community.
GW Television is a nationally recognized videoconferencing center.
Since its inception in 1983, GW Television has originated hundreds of televised seminars, public service programs, and other videoconferences to sites world-wide.
www.gwu.edu /~connect/intro2.html   (349 words)

 Television - Related Items - MSN Encarta
Faced with increasing competition, the three major U.S. commercial television networks—CBS, ABC, and NBC—have begun to find themselves in perilous straits.
For more than three decades they thrived, taking a mass viewership largely for granted.
As recently as 1977, they could count on regularly...
encarta.msn.com /related_761559903_9.45/1983.html   (44 words)

 The Outsider (1983) TV Show - The Outsider (1983) Television Show - TV.com
Broadcast in the UK in the fall of 1983, "The Outsider" was a 6-part series about a London-based journalist, Frank Scully, visiting Yorkshire.
Frank arrives in Wrathdale expecting to visit his friend Donald Harper for a few days en route to Scotland, where Frank plans to finally write his novel.
Tell the world what you think of The Outsider (1983), write a review for this show.
www.tv.com /the-outsider-1983/show/31605/summary.html   (150 words)

 Annotations of King Lear III, vii   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The 1983 Granada Television production used the exit of Edmond and Goneril to show the beginning of the rivalry between the sisters over Edmond.
The Granada Television production of 1983 did not show the actual blinding, but did show blood spurting through the air after Cornwall removes the first eye.
In the 1983 Grenada Television production, Regan kneels down to Gloucester's level, grabs his face, and turns it to show Cornwall his other eye.
www2.ups.edu /faculty/greenfield/kl3-7not.htm   (1123 words)

 American Experience | Vietnam Online | Reviews | PBS
From the moment of its debut, Vietnam: A Television History has been lauded as a watershed in television history.
For those who lived through the period, Vietnam: A Television History is the kind of retelling that can't be told enough.
The 1983 public television series Vietnam: A Television History, based on the book by Stanley Karnow, won every award when it was first broadcast and is recognized as one of the most important TV documentaries ever made...
www.pbs.org /wgbh/amex/vietnam/series/press.html   (508 words)

 Television Entertainment Kids and Teens
Provider of customised television entertainment for the hospitality industry, Tangerine Global first turned to Rainbow last year to provide high-quality HDTV...
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Family Channel is a premium, commercial-free network offering the best in family television entertainment in 5.3 million homes across Canada.
www.iaswww.com /ODP/Kids_and_Teens/Entertainment/Television   (352 words)

 TIME.com: TELEVISION -- Oct. 5, 1983 -- Page 1
Now there are the Bellamys, masters of an Edwardian town house in London and, to their way of thinking, masters of the world as well.
Originally created by British commercial television, the series brings the household serving staff in from the cold periphery of drama to its center.
All the episodes are self-contained, but there is a solid cotton thread tying them together, namely Rose, the head houseparlor-maid, played by Jean Marsh—who is also one of the show's co-creators.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,952085,00.html   (403 words)

 American Experience | Vietnam Online | About the TV Series | PBS
From the first hour through the last, the series provides a detailed visual and oral account of the war that changed a generation and continues to color American thinking on many military and foreign policy issues.
A seminal television event when it premiered as a 13-part series on PBS in 1983, Vietnam: A Television History was edited to 11 hours and rebroadcast in 1997.
The series won television's top awards, including seven Emmys, the George Foster Peabody Award, the duPont/Columbia Journalism Award, the George Polk Award, two Writer's Guild Awards, and the Erik Barnouw Award of the Organization of American Historians.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/amex/vietnam/series/index.html   (340 words)

 College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) - University of Cincinnati
In 1984, he was a visiting professor at the University of Fribourg, Institute for Journalism and Mass Communication, in Switzerland.
Published works include 'Film and the Federal Republic of Germany,' in Contemporary Germany (1984); 'Television Production and the University Curriculum,' in Television Techniques and Africa (1984); 'Techniques in Television Drama: A Case for a Revised Dramaturgy,' in ERIC (May 1983); and 'Television Production,' in JOB (Fall 1979).
He was also the recipient of the faculty fellowship for production with CBS Television Network in 1980 awarded by Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and Broadcast Education Association.
www.ccm.uc.edu /faculty/facultyProfile.aspx?facultyid=45   (175 words)

 Casablanca (1983) TV Show - Casablanca (1983) Television Show - TV.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Casablanca (1983) TV Show - Casablanca (1983) Television Show - TV.com
Based on the movie of the same name.
Tell the world what you think of Casablanca (1983), write a review for this show.
www.tv.com /show/6760/summary.html   (213 words)

 SCARFACE (1983): The Television Version
This movie is a fictitous account of one of those Mariel criminals who arrived in Miami that year.
While in Freedom Town, we see Tony in a phone booth trying to call what I assume is Gina (from a photo of a young girl).
The comedian's line after he welcomes everyone to the Babylon club and makes a joke that with coke, they'd all be "babblin' on." Some of the other jokes were cut, too.
www.jgeoff.com /scarface/sftv.html   (680 words)

 YouTube - Commodore 64 commercial (1983)
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This is a commercial for the Commodore 6 This is a commercial for the Commodore 64 home computer, aired in 1983 on Australian television.
Commodore C64 computer retro 80s TV television commercial advertisement (more) (less)
www.youtube.com /watch?v=G7lAhguZWdE   (113 words)

 1983 in television - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
February 28 - Over 125 million Americans tune in to watch the final episode of M*A*S*H.
March 6- Country Music Television (CMT) launches in the United States.
March 7 - The Nashville Network (TNN) (later Spike TV) begins broadcasting.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1983_in_television   (1052 words)

 CW Television Productions Services
Since 1983, CW Television Productions has been providing high quality, professional video for Broadcast, Commercial, Industrial and Consumer Clients.
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 Shakespeare on Film and Video
series: the entire canon was produced for television in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
As always, his voice and diction are the clearest of the entire cast.
It is interesting to compare this performance with that of the 1980 television version where he played Hamlet and Patrick Stewart was Claudius.
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 Amazon.com: Music From The Wonder Years: Good Times, Good Friends (1983-93 Television Series): Music: Various Artists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Others may well enjoy The Champs' Tequila and The Surfaris' Wipeout, although I personally count these among the most annoying songs ever recorded.
When it comes down to it, this CD just seems to lack something important, and its disjointed assembly of songs has little to do emotionally with The Wonder Years television series.
Amazon has magazine subscriptions for $10 or less and subscriptions with savings of at least 70% off the cover price.
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 Collectible and Antique Character Collectibles, Television on CYBERATTIC.
Collectible and Antique Character Collectibles, Television on CYBERATTIC.
In this listing is a 1983 Sesame Street Muppets Cookie Monster in Rocket - Die cast metal with plastic part's - Measure's approximately 2 1/2" long - In slightly used condition with minor paint loss - These Sesame Street Muppet car's are getting harder to come by
In this listing is a Sesame Street Muppets Bert in a school bus.
www.cyberattic.com /directory/Character_Collectibles:Television20.html   (568 words)

 YouTube - Universal Television (1975)/Stephen J. Cannell Productions
Here's a rare 1983 version of Stephen J. Here's a rare 1983 version of Stephen J. Cannell Productions, shown on a 1983 episode of "The A-Team".
Cannell Productions 1983 closing logo ident (more) (less)
A December 3rd Production/20th Century Fox Television (1982)
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 Amazon.com: Music From The Wonder Years: 5 Disc Set (1983-93 Television Series): Music: Various Artists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
This item is not eligible for Amazon Prime, but over a million other items are.
Various Artists - Soundtracks - Television, The Wonder Years (Related Recordings)
The Wonder Years (1988-93 Television Series) ~ Various Artists - Soundtracks - Television
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