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  Are National Television Systems Obsolete?
When Katz says that television is dead, he means television of the broadcast era when a monopoly system dominated by three major networks, or a government sponsored "public interest" channel delivered programs to viewers in their living rooms.
If "national television" means television of the network era, when a country was dominated by "single channels" (or three corporations, as was the case in the United States), then many aspects of such monopoly arrangements are finished.
Television is a medium that is fragmented in the ways you describe, but the programming offers a wide range of embedded messages, even in the commercials.
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 "Broadway Looks So Medieval"
Television was significant to the formation of a New York City punk identity.
Television's christening of CBGBs was the catalyst for its generation of punk rock bands.
Television was a class by itself, and irreplaceable in the history of New York City punk.
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  1992 in television: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Seinfeld is a television sitcom, considered to be one of the most popular and influential of the 1990s in the u.s., to the point where it is often cited...
Knightmare was a uk television programme for children produced by anglia television and aired on itv from 1987 to 1994....
The television series empty nest is a spin-off from the golden girls and ran on nbc for seven seasons from 1988 to 1995....
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 1992 in television - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
November 1 - UK Gold is launched in the UK, a joint venture between the BBC and Thames Television.
April 6 - Barney and Friends, a children's educational television show starring a giant purple dinosaur, premieres on PBS And 3 Statewide Barney and The Backyard Gang Television Stations WBAR-TV Hartford, WCHO-TV Waterbury And WEDF-TV New Haven (1992-present).
The show is one of the first popular "reality television" series.
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 wiki/1992 in television Definition / wiki/1992 in television Research
November 18- NBC's SeinfeldSeinfeld is a television sitcom, considered to be one of the most popular and influential of the 1990s in the U.S., to the point where it is often cited as epitomizing the self-obsessed and ironic culture of the decade.
First aired in 1992, it is one of the first reality television shows to gain a national audience, and the show is currently in its fifteenth season....
KnightmareKnightmare was a UK television programme for children produced by Anglia Television and aired on ITV from 1987 to 1994.
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 Television | Biography | MTV
Television were one of the most creative bands to emerge from New York's punk scene of the mid-'70s, creating an influential new guitar vocabulary.
With its angular rhythms and fluid leads, Television's music always went in unconventional directions, laying the groundwork for many of the guitar-based post-punk pop groups of the late '70s and '80s.
Television recorded a demo tape for Island Records with Brian Eno in 1975, yet the label decided not to sign the band.
www.mtv.com /music/artist/television/bio.jhtml   (531 words)

 InfoDome - Subject Guide Television Research
Television as a subject for seriously scholarly study has grown greatly in the last decade or so.
Television is covered though not as extensively as in On the Screen, but it is more up-to-date.
This is THE site for getting to information of an academic nature related to film and television studies ("stresses teaching and research...designed for educators and students.") Includes information on research, education and production resources.
infodome.sdsu.edu /research/guides/communication/television.shtml   (1168 words)

 1992 in film - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of film-related events in 1992.
January 12 - HAL 9000 is activated, the computer in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey (fictional event: date taken from the film)
March 17 - Lawrence Welk, musician, television and film actor
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 Media and 1992 U.S. Elections
There was a dramatic rise of daytime television talk shows as a political venue in 1992, primarily due to the willingness of the candidates to accept invitations from program hosts to be interviewed.
Such shows are vehicles for television viewers, radio listeners and members of a studio audience to see more of the candidates than network sound bites allow; and, by speaking directly to them, the voters have an opportunity to express their own views.
However, the Center pointed out, since the end of the primary season in June 1992, evaluations of the president on the news were more negative than positive by a three-to-two margin while those of Clinton were more evenly balanced.
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As television became a viable medium in the United States at the start of the Second World War, the establishment of technical standards in transmission and reception equipment was of vital importance.
The mission of the committee was to analyze the feasibility of moving to a more advanced television format and to evaluate competing systems.
Although HDTV (high-definition television) is the most recognized acronym in the field of digital broadcasting, it is not the only digital option.
www.law.duke.edu /journals/dltr/articles/2001dltr0014.html   (2717 words)

 1992 in television at AllExperts
The Guinness Book of Records recognized it as the longest continuously running television show in history.
As a result, she is written out of most of the final episodes.
The show is one of the first popular "reality television" series.
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 Sitcom: What It Is, How It Works
Included are my own theory of comedy, the business of television, action, character, thought, diction, music and spectacle as applied to the sitcom, and a listing of all the sitcoms that have been on American primetime television since 1947.
The last point notwithstanding, television is indeed an art just as much as drama or movies; it's just harder to tell because of all the other things with which it must contend.
Television is an important part of American life, and, although a great amount has been saidand written about its significance and impact on politics, sociology, communications, technology, and the American life style, almost no attention has been paid to the programs themselves as an art form.
www.wsu.edu:8080 /~taflinge/sitcom.html   (1953 words)

 Black and White in Colour
In 1992, BBC Television broadcast a season of programmes celebrating the contribution which Black and Asian people have made to British television.
The most popular programme on British television at this time, was Johnny Speight's sitcom Till Death Us Do Part which, although it rarely featured Black characters, gave space to the blatantly racist views of Alf Garnett (often described as Powell's alter-ego).
Although Black And White In Colour traces a history which reveals an improvement in images of flness on British television since 1936, the analysis makes it clear that representations of fl people are far from prefect and that many of the early patterns are still apparent.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/B/htmlB/blackandwhic/blackandwhic.htm   (789 words)

 1992   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
1992 is a leap year starting on Wednesday.
November 21 - Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is released for the Sega Megadrive in Japan.
I may be the only dissenting voice, but having bought the book, I am disappointed that it does not cover my 1995 525 TDS - it therefore does not, in my humble opinion, deserve the accolades of "comprehensive" and "completeness" that yo...
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 JR.com: TELEVISION in Music
Television: Tom Verlaine (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Richard Lloyd (guitar, background vocals); Fred Smith (bass, background vocals);...
Television: Tom Verlaine (vocals, guitar); Fred Smith (guitar, bass, background vocals); Richard Lloyd (guitar); Billy Ficca...
Television: Tom Verlaine (vocals, guitar); Richard Lloyd (guitar, background vocals); Fred Smith (bass, background vocals); Billy Ficca...
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 Upto11.net - Wikipedia Article for 1991 in television
See also: 1990 in television, other events of 1991, 1992 in television and the list of 'years in television'.
The Museum of Broadcasting, now called the Museum of Television and Radio, moved into its new 17-story building, located a block from its previous location in New York City.
First television sets with bulit-in closed-caption display are introduced in the United States.
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The program united three concepts of "community"- a national community of artists influenced by the AIDS crisis, organizations around the country (schools, art centers, hospitals, and activists groups) that screened the broadcast in their facilities, and the home audience.
The program was produced at the Media Center at BMCC/CUNY, an inner-city educational environment that is predominantly African-American and Latino, providing the students an opportunity to work with profession media artists on a program of national scale.
The program was aired in NYC on WNET-13 and WNYC-31, as well as, public television and public access stations across the country.
www.creativetime.org /programs/archive/1992/We/We.htm   (203 words)

 NJN - New Jersey Public Television and Radio
A member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) since 1993, he is also the recipient of the 1999, 2002 and 2003 Mid-Atlantic Emmy and the 2002, 2003 and 2006 New York Emmy for Classroom Close-up, NJ and has twenty-four nominations under his belt.
During his collegiate career, Chad was a reporter for the TCNJ television show Instant Entertainment, interned with WTSR 91.3, the TCNJ radio station, and was a sports correspondent for TCNJ’s newspaper, The Signal.
Working in television has been a goal of Jamie’s for several years and he is happy to be a part of the NJ WORKS team.
www.njn.net /television/njnseries/njworks/about/producers.html   (628 words)

 1992 in television - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
other events of 1992, 1993 in television and the list of 'years in television'.
It is never said who won the contest, however it is assumed to be a tie between Jerry Seinfeld's character and
Barney and Friends, a children's educational television show starring a giant purple dinosaur, premieres (1992-2002).
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 1992 Compterworld Article on TeleRead: Information Access for All
A television tax has long since been dropped from TeleRead, and in many other ways, the proposal has evolved.
Rather, the government would use revenue from a tax on television sets and other video products to buy laptops for schools and libraries, guaranteeing enough of a market to justify the RandD in the private sector.
A tax would hardly kill off television or double SAT scores, but it would send a message about new priorities for the country.
www.teleread.org /computerworld.htm   (1881 words)

 Broadcasting and Television Act 1992
There is hereby established a Corporation to be called the Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Corporation which shall be a body corporate with perpetual succession and a common seal and in that name may sue and be sued.
(k) to accept advertising materials and programmes for television and sound broadcasting upon payment of such charges as may be determined by the Corporation from time to time and to determine the conditions subject to which advertisements may be accepted for transmissions;
(2) When a radio or television broadcast is made by the Corporation and a person, by the reception of that broadcast, causes a musical work or sound recording to be heard in public, he does not thereby infringe the copyright in that musical work or sound recording.
www.paclii.org /vu/legis/num_act/bata1992258   (5018 words)

 Digital Television & Cable TV: Legislative Background   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Cable operators are generally required to carry local television stations on their cable systems in a tier of service provided to every subscriber without degrading the television station's signal.
The law governing retransmission consent generally prohibits cable operators and other multichannel video programming distributors from retransmitting the signal of a commercial television station, radio station or low power station without the prior consent of the station whose signal is being transmitted, unless the broadcaster has chosen must carry.
Congress adopted must carry provisions to ensure 1) the availability of free over-the-air television, 2) the benefits derived from local origination of programming from television stations, and 3) the continued distribution of unique, noncommercial, educational programming services.
www.benton.org /publibrary/policy/tv/legislation.html   (387 words)

 screenonline: Television, Memory, Race (1992)
A two part documentary that details the contribution of fl and Asian people to television history from the birth of television in 1936 to 1992
It looks at the representation of fl people on television and makes reference to the wider context of cultural, political and social events.
The programme is a valuable chronicle of television history, which asks challenging questions of both the audience and the television industry.
www.screenonline.org.uk /tv/id/439149/index.html   (196 words)

 Television   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
I began at KRTV in the spring of 1996 as Weather Anchor at Noon.
In August CBS Television decided to begin a morning show "CBS This Morning" for local affiliates, so was asked to take that role as anchor/weather anchor during the morning show as well as the noon weather.
Within a few months, the main weather anchor at KRTV announced he was leaving the station to start an animation company and I moved to Noon, 5:30 and 10 newscasts as the Chief Weather Forecaster, currently anchoring weather at 5:30 and 10.
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 Television: Marquee Moon ---Ink Blot Magazine
Tom Verlaine and Richard Hell began Television as a combination of proto-punk energy and poetic musings, but soon their paths would diverge.
Verlaine and Television were originals in 1977, and Marquee Moon still sounds special today.
You can hear them defining punk and new wave: "I get your point/You're so sharp" from "See No Evil" pretty much invented the new wave lyric, and the occasional afterbeat guitars and and high hat shuffles show them experimenting with reggae before The Clash brought it to the punk masses.
www.inkblotmagazine.com /rev-archive/television.htm   (358 words)

 Amazon.com: Television Character and Story Facts: Over 110,000 Details from 1,008 Shows, 1945-1992 (History of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Terrace's book is a television trivia lover's treasury, with information that cannot be found in other reference sources.
In an effort to update the new programs from 1976 to 1992 we purchased TV Characters and Story Facts 1945 to 1992.
Instead of attempting to include all the years from 1945 to 1992, maybe the author should have concentrated his efforts on more complete programing from 1976 to 1992.
www.amazon.com /Television-Character-Story-Facts-1945-1992/dp/089950891X   (960 words)

 1992 in Television - SCIFIPEDIA
In terms of speculative fiction and paranormal television programming, the following events happened and shows aired in 1992.
It's first program was a showing of the 1977 movie, Star Wars Another new cable TV network, Cartoon Network, also debuts with programming that includes reruns of classic sci fi cartoons.
1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
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 1993 in television -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
January 1 - Carlton Television takes over the ITV London Weekday franchise at midnight, replacing Thames Television after 24 years.
Additionally, Meridian Broadcasting takes over the South of England franchise from TVS, Westcountry Television takes over the South West England franchise from TSW, and GMTV takes over the breakfast television franchise from TV-am.
March 6 - A IRA bomb scare at BBC Television Centre means the live Saturday night programme Noel's House Party cannot be shown.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/1993_in_television   (639 words)

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