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 1994 in television - Biocrawler
This is a list of television-related events in 1994.
The low-speed chase, which unfolds live on US television, ends up at Simpson's mansion in Brentwood, California, where he then surrenders to police.
The memorial is in the form of a funeral service for Heflin's character, Mona Kane Tyler.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/1994_in_television   (256 words)

  
 The Broadcasting (Unlicensed Television Services) Exemption Order 1994
A print version is also available and is published by The Stationery Office Limited as the The Broadcasting (Unlicensed Television Services) Exemption Order 1994, ISBN 0110434420.
The print version may be purchased by clicking here.
The Secretary of State, in exercise of the powers conferred on him by sections 13(2) and 200 of the Broadcasting Act 1990
www.opsi.gov.uk /si/si1994/Uksi_19943172_en_1.htm   (384 words)

  
 1994 in television Information
October 19 - The Goodnight Kiwi airs in New Zealand for the last time as TV2 moves to 24-hour television 7 days a week.
January 16 - Time Team premieres on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom (1994-present).
January 19 - The Day Today premieres on BBC2 (1994)
www.bookrags.com /1994_in_television   (579 words)

  
 Stephen Trombley Productions
Over more than twenty-five years, Stephen Trombley has created, directed, produced and written award-winning documentary films and television drama.
His work has aired on more than fifty channels worldwide.
Relentlessly objective, they let the facts speak for themselves and demand that we respond….If there is to be justice, Trombley’s films indicate, it will not come from institutions but from those whose eye on them never wavers in its gaze.
www.stephentrombleyproductions.com /filmandbroadcasttelevision   (216 words)

  
  Paris (1994) TV Show - Paris (1994) Television Show - TV.com
Paris (1994) TV Show - Paris (1994) Television Show - TV.com
Alain Degout is a struggling artist in 1920s Paris, he's struggling because he's not actually very good.
See all Paris (1994) Community Reviews (0) »
www.tv.com /paris-1994/show/6723/summary.html   (120 words)

  
  Making The Grade 101 — Text Reading Example
Our monitoring has been concentrated on this aspect of television, which still accounts for a majority of what is watched on television.
Of the television series we examined, there are 10 that raise frequent concerns about the manner in which they deal with violence.
When one is talking about violence on television in the 1994-95 season, most of it, especially the most gruesome violence, is in theatrical films shown on television.
www.utexas.edu /student/utlc/class/mkg_grd/textreadingexample.html   (1010 words)

  
  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Moira Kelly   (Site not responding. Last check: )
She is notable for playing Mandy Hampton in the first season of the White House television drama The West Wing, as well as for providing the voice of Nala in Disney's The Lion King, The Lion King 1 1/2, and The Lion King II: Simba's Pride.
Kent Harufs [pronounced to rhyme with sheriff] novel The Tie That Binds (1984), is the fictitious story of 80 year-old Edith Goodnough of Holt County, Colorado, as told to an unnamed inquirer on a Sunday afternoon in the spring of 1977 by her 50 year-old neighbour, a...
Kelly's diversity truly began to shine in the mid- to late '90s, and though such films as Little Odessa (1994) and Changing Habits (1997) may not have found wide release or reached blockbuster status, the people who did happen to catch them when they were released on video found her performances as moving as ever.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Moira-Kelly   (1790 words)

  
 Statistics on TV Viewing Habits (1994-2000) | Statistics
Canadians watched television for an average of 22.7 hours per week in the fall of 1997.
TV viewership among children (measured as persons using television, or PUTs) was down 13 per cent in the fourth quarter of 1998, compared to the same period in 1997.
Canadians watched an average 22.7 hours of television per week in 1994, a drop of about 30 minutes from 1990 and 90 minutes over the past decade.
www.media-awareness.ca /english/resources/research_documents/statistics/television/tv_viewing_habits.cfm?RenderForPrint=1   (1981 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Jack O'Neill (Stargate)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Stargate is a science fiction/action film released in 1994, directed by Roland Emmerich and written by Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich, with a soundtrack by David Arnold.
The SGCs Stargate with the Iris closed In the sci-fi television show, Stargate SG-1, the iris (of the Stargate) is a large, metal protective device, similar to the leaf shutter of a camera, which was invented by Stargate Command to prevent unwanted travelers from emerging through the...
In the science fiction television series Stargate Atlantis and Stargate SG-1, the Ancient Technology Activation gene (usually spoken as the ATA Gene), is a specific gene expression present in Ancients that is used as a sort of genetic key, so only their kind can operate their technology.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Jack-O%27Neill-%28Stargate%29   (4277 words)

  
 Cable Television Laboratory and Pioneer Announce Joint Cooperation for Transmission Technology for Digital CATV
February 15, 1994 - Cable Television Laboratories, (CableLabs) and Pioneer Electronic Corporation of Japan today announced their intention to cooperate in Pioneer's development of a feasible scheme for digital signal transmission technology for North America cable television systems in an attempt to realize the next generation CATV network, the Digital CATV network.
Digital signal transmission technology for cable television that Pioneer will develop is a key among others to a prompt realization of the next generation CATV system.
Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. (CableLabs) was established in May 1988 as a research and development consortium of cable television system operators representing more than 85% of the cable subscribers in the United States.
www.cablelabs.com /news/pr/1994/1994_02_15.html   (719 words)

  
 Market Segment Specialization Program (MSSP)
A television station had aired as a news clip the entire performance of a "human cannonball." The performer sued for compensation for the use of his professional property.
During an examination of the sports franchise's 1994 calendar year tax return, the examiner determined sports franchise ABC was not entitled to defer the reporting of its broadcast revenue under Rev. Proc.
The 1994 IRC section 446 adjustment is the $2.5 million increase in the deferred liability account balance from $7.5 million at the beginning of 1994 to $10 million at the end of 1994.
www.irs.gov /businesses/page/0,,id%3D7101,00.html   (1897 words)

  
 Introduction and Summary: TV News Viewership Declines
Television news is in trouble with the American public.
While the decline in television news viewing is most pronounced for the nightly network broadcasts, it was found for all TV news programming covered in the poll.
For example, in 1994 64% of the public got their news "yesterday" from two or more of the principal outlets -- from television, a newspaper or from the radio.
www.people-press.org /reports/print.php3?PageID=444   (1048 words)

  
 Science Fair Projects - 1994 in television
See also: 1993 in television, other events of 1994, 1995 in television and the list of 'years in television'.
For the American network television schedule, please see 1994-95 American network television schedule.
The memorial is in the form of a funeral service for Heflin's character, Mona Kane Tyler.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/1994_in_television   (395 words)

  
 ABA | News & publications > News releases > News release archive > 1994   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Commercial radio or television broadcasting licences shown as available in a licence area plan will generally be offered via a price-based allocation process to be determined under the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 (the Act).
However, additional television services will need to be on the UHF band as there are constraints on allocating further channels to the VHF band.
Draft television LAPs for Spencer Gulf (SA), Broken Hill and South East South Australia and radio and television LAPs for Geraldton, Kalgoorlie, Central and South West Western Australia, Mt Isa and remote Australia are in preparation.
www.aba.gov.au /newspubs/news_releases/archive/1994/82nr1994.shtml   (1128 words)

  
 ABA | News & publications > News releases > News release archive > 1994   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Minister for Communications and the Arts directed the ABA to conduct the investigation and to report to him on 26 April 1994.
The ABA is inviting written submissions from national sporting bodies, sports journalists and commentators, cultural bodies, commercial television stations, the ABC and SBS, pay tv licensees, the Returned Services League, government sports agencies, public interest groups and the general public.
The intention of the legislation is ensure that events of national importance or cultural significance are received by the public free of charge and are not 'siphoned' to pay tv.
www.aba.gov.au /newspubs/news_releases/archive/1994/14nr1994.shtml   (775 words)

  
 Television, Violence, and Children   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Television viewing is the primary activity for American children in the hours between school and dinnertime.
Television violence affects youngsters of all ages, of both genders, at all socio-economic levels and all levels of intelligence.
By placing the television in a central location, for example in the living room and not in the child's bedroom, parents can better monitor what their children are watching.
interact.uoregon.edu /MediaLit/mlr/readings/articles/kalin.html   (10067 words)

  
 Opinions
Television production companies are scraping the bottom of the proverbial barrel as far as good ideas go.
In 1994, Harding was implicated in a plot that lead to Kerrigan being clubbed in the knee just before the 1994 National Figure Skating Championships.
The two went on to the 1994 Winter Olympics (with endless ridicule by the comic geniuses at "Saturday Night Live").
www.tcnj.edu /~signal/articles/opinions/1998/schaeffer2-17.html   (807 words)

  
 8680.0 - Radio and Television Services, Australia, 1996-97
This reduction in the number of private broadcasters was mainly due to a decline of 14 in the number of commercial radio broadcasters since June 1994.
At the end of June 1997, there were 48 employing private broadcasters in the television services industry, consisting of 34 commercial free-to-air businesses, 7 pay television businesses and 7 community broadcasters.
The increase in the number of private broadcasters was mainly due to the emergence of pay television in the intervening period.
www.abs.gov.au /AUSSTATS/abs@.nsf/PrimaryMainFeatures/8680.0?OpenDocument   (991 words)

  
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INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS Cable television systems are permitted to make installment payments if their total subscriber fee (for all community units in which it is the franchisee or for all community units of a group of commonly- owned cable systems) exceeds $18,500.
COMPLIANCE Cable television systems are solely responsible for accurately accounting for all CARS and Broadcast Auxiliary Service licenses, as well as subscribers within each community unit, and for paying the proper regulatory fees.
Payment Due Date: All regulatory fee payments for cable television systems must be received by the Commission by August 12, 1994 (except the second installment payment for the subscriber fee which must be received by September 9, 1994.
www.fcc.gov /ftp/Bureaus/Cable/Public_Notices/1994/pncb4006.txt   (1835 words)

  
 Broadcast-Satellite Television Education in China
In 1986, China proclaimed the implementation of compulsory education and regarded a qualified teaching force of adequate quantity as the key to the advance of popularisation of compulsory education.
In comparison with 1989, 1991 saw an increase in the rate of qualified primary school teachers from 69.8 per cent to 73.8 per cent.
It is expected that by 1994 when the project is concluded, all the primary school teachers in Ao Han Qi would meet the state's educational requirements and become qualified teachers.
www1.worldbank.org /disted/Technology/broadcast/tv-03.html   (1994 words)

  
 Jennings, Peter
In 1968, he left the anchor desk and was sent to Rome to become a foreign correspondent and sharpen his reporting skills.
Jennings was credited with establishing the first American television news bureau in the Middle East and served for seven years as ABC News Bureau Chief in Beirut, Lebanon.
In 1994 he served as moderator of a special question and answer broadcast from the White House in which American children questioned President Clinton about issues important to their lives.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/J/htmlJ/jenningspet/jenningspet.htm   (957 words)

  
 Assaulting Orthodoxies in Screen Studies
The new television is not nearly as pervasive as Caldwell argues.
Television studies is castigated for its inability to cope with 'the problem of the image' -- as he titles the three-chapter Part One of Televisuality.
Writing in late 1993 and early 1994, Caldwell could not have been aware of the Internet's immanent evolution into a graphical medium; Mosaic, the first visually rich World Wide Web browser, was given limited release in June 1993 and began to make an impact on the broader Internet community several months later.
www.tcf.ua.edu /jbutler/Research/Televisuality.htm   (2885 words)

  
 Future TV
For that, Future Television took off with a sweeping reputation for an eccentric funky look, extensive family programming, an Oriental-Western promotional blend and a diversity of public awareness messages; all in all, an optimistic view of the future.
Like Future Television, Future International is a family TV that promotes Lebanon as a place for reconstruction, civilization, prosperity, coexistence, fun and good times.
With an increasing number of daily hits, our website continues to be a reliable reference for Future Television viewers and fans worldwide on one hand, and a connection linking Lebanese abroad to their mother country on the other.
www.futuretvnetwork.com /Default.aspx?page=aboutus   (400 words)

  
 Friends - TV series 1994-2004 - About the Production
Courteney Cox Arquette returns to television's top-rated comedy "Friends" for the tenth season as the sensitive and meticulous Monica Geller Bing, who is married to fellow "Friend" Chandler Bing (series star Matthew Perry).
She co-starred opposite Kevin Costner and Kurt Russell in the film "3000 Miles to Graceland," and as television reporter Gale Weathers in Wes Craven's "Scream" trilogy, opposite Neve Campbell and Cox Arquette's husband, David Arquette.
Before "Friends," Cox Arquette's most memorable television roles included a recurring turn as Lauren, Alex P. Keaton's (Michael J. Fox) girlfriend on "Family Ties," and, as a teenager, playing a starstruck fan hauled on stage by Bruce Springsteen in his "Dancing in the Dark" video.
www.hollywoodjesus.com /friends_about.htm   (3326 words)

  
 The UCLA Television Violence Report 1996 Center for Communication Policy
Last year's report concluded with an analysis of the 1994-95 television season, a series of recommendations that we felt would significantly address television violence and an invitation to the broadcast networks to work with us over the next year on this issue.
Each television program can be encoded with a rating or label running from 0 to 5 or, if the motion picture ratings are used, from G to NC-17.
In another development regarding television programming, through the spring and summer of 1996 FCC Chairman Reed Hundt attempted to adopt a rule requiring all broadcasters to carry at least three hours of children's educational programming each week as a condition of renewal of their broadcast license.
www.digitalcenter.org /webreport95/intro.htm   (1310 words)

  
 Biography of Jacqueline Kennedy
Her interest in the arts, publicized by press and television, inspired an attention to culture never before evident at a national level.
She devoted much time and study to making the White House a museum of American history and decorative arts as well as a family residence of elegance and charm.
From 1978 until her death in 1994, Mrs.
www.whitehouse.gov /history/firstladies/jk35.html   (537 words)

  
 Berlusconi looks a winner as Italy swings to Right
Mr Berlusconi, the television and property magnate who entered politics in January 1994 and became prime minister three months later, has lost none of his touch as a television campaigner.
The pledge is similar to one he made in 1994, when his government failed after seven months because its third partner, the Northern League, defected.
His message at the rallies in the piazzas for the poor south is as devastatingly direct as Mr Berlusconi's sound bites are on television.
www.telegraph.co.uk /htmlContent.jhtml?html=/archive/1996/04/02/wital02.html   (670 words)

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