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  Television channels - Media UK
Select a television channel from the Media UK Internet Directory...
Television stations are filed under their initial letter.
Top rated and top visited television channel websites
www.mediauk.com /tv   (165 words)

  FCC Reallocates and Adopts Service Rules for Television Channels 52-59
The Communications Act of 1934, as amended, requires the Commission to assign spectrum reclaimed from broadcast television using competitive bidding and to auction this spectrum by September 30, 2002.
Incumbent broadcasters: Establishes technical criteria designed to protect incumbent television operations in the band during the DTV transition period, allows Low Power Television (LPTV) and TV translator stations to retain secondary status and to operate in the band after the transition.
The Order dismisses pending petitions for new NTSC allotments in Channels 52-59 and provides a 45-day window for modification of pending applications for new NTSC construction permits to provide analog or digital service in the core television spectrum or digital service in the 698-740 MHz band (Channels 52-58).
www.fcc.gov /Bureaus/Miscellaneous/News_Releases/2001/nrmc0128.html   (695 words)

  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: List of Australian television channels
Development of cable and satellite means of distribution in the 1970s pushed businessmen to target channels towards a certain audience, and enabled the rise of subscription-based television channels, such as HBO and Sky.
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).
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.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/List-of-Australian-television-channels   (319 words)

 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: List of Indonesian language television channels
A television station is a type of broadcast station that broadcasts both audio and video to television receivers in a particular area.
Global TV is a private television network in Indonesia established in early 1999 and first went on air in October 2001 with MTV programming.
Television stations in Indonesia Current Astro Logo Previous Astro Logo Astro is a subscription-based direct broadcast satellite (DBS) or direct-to-home satellite television and radio service in Malaysia and Brunei.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/List-of-Indonesian-language-television-channels   (578 words)

 BBC International Television | The BBC's International Commercial TV Channels
Profits from these channels help fund BBC public services.
The BBC's general entertainment channel which is available across Europe, Middle east and Africa.
The channel is dedicated to food, showcasing the very best culinary programmes from across the globe.
www.bbc.co.uk /tv   (148 words)

 EurasiaNet Civil Society - New Television Channels Could Shake Up Coverage of Azerbaijan’s Looming Parliamentary ...
Attention is centering on the pending appearance of two new television channels that potentially could broaden opposition candidates’ access to the airwaves.
At present, almost all of Azerbaijan’s television stations are owned and operated by the government or by entrepreneurs with close ties to Aliyev’s administration.
The public TV channel, due to begin broadcasting in mid-August after months of highly contentious debate, is due to receive $3.5 million in funding from the state, prompting some media analysts to believe it will reinforce the pro-government bias in broadcast media.
www.eurasianet.org /departments/civilsociety/articles/eav072605.shtml   (1164 words)

  Television Technology
At a television station, the electronic signal from a television camera can be combined and/or mixed with video signals from other devices such as video tape players, computers, film chains or telecines (motion picture and slide projector units whose outputs have been converted to video signals) using what is known as a switcher.
In this case the television signal is transmitted to the satellite on a specific frequency and then retransmitted at a different frequency by the satellite's transmitter back to the earth.
A television receiver picks up the transmitted television signals sent over-the-air or by cable or satellite, removes the necessary video and audio signals that had been piggy-backed on the carrier wave, discards the carrier wave, and amplifies and converts the video and audio signals into picture and sound.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/T/htmlT/televisionte/televisionte.htm   (2144 words)

 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.
The proliferation of channels and choices, and especially the advent of new systems for recording, archiving and replaying material may be returning us to the sense that television is a personalized and atomized technology.
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.
web.mit.edu /comm-forum/forums/television_obsolete.html   (4452 words)

 Television and public spheres   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Television news bulletins, as well as the rest of information formats, are a result of professional practices -often named production routines- which allow for the achievement of stable criteria for selection and treatment of current events according to a gradation of ambits of proximity which orient information and discourse strategies.
Television news bulletins, as an informative discourse on the present, are credible to their respective audiences insofar as they are a product of a set of coherent and complementary strategies (information and discourse).
In the six television channels of State-wide range, the information discourse is constructed almost exclusively from the perspective of the respective State: the broadcast institution and its audience share a thematic ambit mutually considered as particular which corresponds to the limits of political boundaries.
www.iua.upf.es /formats/formats1/a03at.htm   (2717 words)

 Howstuffworks "How Cable Television Works"
People could set their televisions to tune to channels based on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) frequency allocation plan, or they could set them for the plan used by most cable systems.
The channels weren't put into a single block of frequencies, but were instead broken into two groups to avoid interfering with existing radio services.
Channels 1 through 6 are at lower frequencies and the rest are higher.
www.howstuffworks.com /cable-tv.htm/printable   (1597 words)

 The Lost Channels
Channel 1 TV stations were not being built anywhere because, among other things, assignees had to wait for the old FM broadcast band radio stations to relocate into their present band of 88-108Mhz.
The next year (1948) channel 1 was dropped by the FCC, but because a large number of channel 2 stations (and other channels) were already on-air, it decided not to renumber the system (and rewrite the entire book of TV regulations).
Riverside's channel 1 at least in theory could have been reassigned to channel 12, but with the large number of VHF stations powering up nationwide in 1948, it became painfully obvious that these original allocations were all too closely spaced and unexpected interference was coming up everywhere.
www.r-vcr.com /~television/TV/Lost.htm   (2210 words)

 Broadcast Television in Latin America
Television signals are electromagnetic waves that are sent from a transmitter to one or more television receivers.
Since television sets are produced at factories by different manufacturers in order to receive signals coming from different broadcasters, there has to be a television standard.
The television channels are in different financial conditions, wherein television channels with good financial backing can afford to invest in production, distribution, promotion and sales, and to reap the benefits.
www.zonalatina.com /Zldata49.htm   (1016 words)

 Satellite television at AllExperts
The first national network of satellite television, called Orbita, was created in Soviet Union in 1967, and was based on the principle of using the highly-elliptical Molniya satellite for re-broadcasting and delivering of TV signal to ground downlink stations.
Commercial DBS services are the primary competition to cable television service, although the two types of service have significantly different regulatory requirements (for example, cable television has public access requirements, and the two types of distribution have different regulations regarding carriage of local stations).
One of the pioneers of free-to-air digital satellite television is considered to be MBC, which began broadcasting in c band through Arabsat and is the first network in the world to offer a free-to-air Western based English language movie channel to the Middle East audience via its spinoff channel MBC 2.
en.allexperts.com /e/s/sa/satellite_television.htm   (3647 words)

 Arab media: television
Until the 1990s almost all television channels in the Arab countries were government owned and rigidly controlled.
These channels still exist but the situation began to change in the 1990s with the spread of satellite television.
Al-Hurra ("The Free One") was established by the United States in 2004 to counter perceived biases in the Arab news media, especially the satellite channels such as al-Jazeera and al-Arabiya.
www.al-bab.com /media/television.htm   (414 words)

 The Hindu : Front Page : Downlinking policy for television channels notified
NEW DELHI: Satellite television channels uplinking from overseas have been given six months to meet the conditions of the downlinking policy that was notified by the Government on Friday.
Media companies eager to downlink their channels into India have to be registered in the country under the Indian Companies Act, 1956, irrespective of their equity structure, foreign ownership or management control.
The news and current affairs channels downlinking into India have to be the standard international channel and should not be designed specifically for Indian audiences.
www.hindu.com /2005/11/12/stories/2005111202871300.htm   (514 words)

 Kirkland Television Regulations   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The channel is not intended as a mechanism for building support for a particular ballot issue or candidate for public office.
Candidates for election or re-election to a publicly held office shall not be provided access to Kirkland channels or its facilities prior to the election for that office, except in the normal course of their official duties.
The Channels have independence in programming decisions and shall not be subjected to editorial control beyond the guidance provided by this document.
www.ci.kirkland.wa.us /depart/TV/Television_Regulations.htm   (1072 words)

 Discovery Online, The Skinny On ... Why There's No Channel 1 on a TV
Not so long ago, people changed the television channel using a dial on the television, not a remote on the sofa.
It gave the remnants of television's Channel 1 to "land mobile," a class of radio users that included dispatchers and police.
Television was given pieces of what remained in VHF: Channels 2, 3 and 4 reside between 54 and 72 MHz.
www.discovery.com /area/skinnyon/skinnyon971031/skinnyon.html   (914 words)

 Average Joe sees just 15 channels - Television - NY Daily News
The average U.S. household gets a record 104.2 television channels these days, but watches on average only slightly more than 15 of them, according to a new survey from Nielsen Media Research.
Those figures are up from an average of 96.4 channels per home in 2005, when 15.4 were watched with any regularity, meaning about 10 minutes a week.
Interestingly, over the last three years, as the number of channels increased, the number of channels watched hovered in the 15 range, meaning more options didn't translate into more channels being watched.
www.nydailynews.com /entertainment/tv/2007/03/20/2007-03-20_average_joe_sees_just_15_channels-1.html   (224 words)

 US Television Channels - Overview   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The UHF channels are numbered 14 to 83, but some of these channels have been reassigned to other types of non-television communications services.
The frequency shown for each channel is the "center frequency" of the NTSC visual carrier for that channel.
In order to minimize interference between two television stations that could share the same channel number, a 10-kilohertz frequency offset is assigned to television stations that are nearby (200 miles is typical).
www.atxnetworks.com /qrf/ustvchan.htm   (508 words)

 List of Canadian television channels Information   (Site not responding. Last check: )
However, some unique local variations exist for DTH television due to transponder design variation in the Anik series of satellites.
The A-Channel brand was purchased from Craig Media in 2004, and was previously used on the Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg stations now branded as Citytv.
OMNI Television, a pair of religious television stations in BC and Manitoba owned by Rogers Communications.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/List_of_Canadian_television_channels   (869 words)

 Access Television - Where and Why
Community or public access television is still a quite unknown alternative to privately or government run commercial or public service television.
Noncommercial television should address itself to the ideal of excellence, not the idea of acceptability -which is what keeps commercial television from climbing the staircase.
I think television should be the visual counterpart of the literary essay, should arouse our dreams, satisfy our hunger for beauty, take us on journeys, enable us to participate in events, present great drama and music, explore the sea and the sky and the woods and the hills.
www.openchannel.se /cat/accesstv.htm   (945 words)

 Chicago Television- Changing Channels- Part I
Mechanical television systems, utilizing a spinning disc perforated with tiny holes illuminated by light, was for many years thought to be the future of television
On the east coast, home of the Radio Corporation of America (RCA), television experimentation was at full swing as the company had the capital (and the technical know-how) to invest in the new medium.
In 1930, Western Television Corporation, a company run by Sanabria, using the mechanical television scanning equipment designed by him, joined with Nelson Brothers Bond and Mortgage Company and began experimental telecasting that was reported as being seen as far as 450 miles away.
www.chicagotelevision.com /channels1.htm   (652 words)

 CommenTerry: Television
Instead of today's linear protocol of watching television shows on a fixed schedule, we need a purely on-demand model in which we are in complete control of what we watch and when we watch it.
It was one of the first channels beamed from a satellite and carried by cable operators across the country.
One thing I do know for sure is that people would not continue to subscribe to the premium channels for their movie content once they could conveniently pull up virtually any movie or TV show they wanted, any time they wanted.
commenterry.blogs.com /commenterry/television/index.html   (6147 words)

 News Release: FCC Seeks Comment on Proposal to Reallocate Television Channels 60-69 (746-806 MHZ) to Other Services
The Commission stated that the reallocation of these channels would help to alleviate a critical shortage of public safety spectrum, make new technologies and services available to the American public, and allow more efficient use of spectrum in the 746-806 MHz band.
All full service television broadcast stations will be protected against interference during the DTV transition period, which is targeted for completion in the year 2006.
The PSWAC found that the currently allocated public safety spectrum is insufficient to support current voice and data needs of the public safety community, and fails to provide adequate capacity for interoperability channels or to meet future needs based on projected population growth and demographic changes.
www.fcc.gov /Bureaus/Engineering_Technology/News_Releases/1997/nret7009.html   (528 words)

 The Press Ministry launches the hunt on Russian television channels - Pravda.Ru
Everything is done legally and within the framework of the law in our country, The Office of the Prosecutor General institutes criminal proceedings against these or those administrators, but a company is becoming someone else’s property during the paperwork process.
Arkady Vainer said: “I think that it is an unfair decision, it reflects some intrigues around the frequency.” He also said that the administration of the television channel would address to the government and the State Duma in order to make them interfere in the issue.
The television channel started working in the beginning of the year 2001.
english.pravda.ru /russia/politics/30-08-2002/1034-television-0   (645 words)

 South Africa's television channels - SouthAfrica.info
Although the country was one of the last in Africa to have a television service, South Africans now have access to a wide spectrum of local and international drama, comedy, sports and news through their televisions.
The country's first television broadcast took place in the major cities in 1975, before the first nation-wide broadcast on 6 January 1976.
The relatively late introduction of television to the country had its advantages, as the state-controlled South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) was able to skip the expensive transition between fl-and-white and colour.
www.southafrica.info /ess_info/sa_glance/media/satv.htm   (672 words)

 AsiaMedia :: BANGLADESH: More private television channels to go on air
The information ministry may allow a few more private satellite television channels to go on air in a bid to increase competition and professionalism in the electronic media.
A channel now on air allegedly went lobbying to block the permission for new channels, as it fears it will lose in the competition.
Among them, only Channel i, ATN Bangla and NTV are on air, but ITV, UTV and JTV have failed to broadcast programmes even a year after the permission and a Supreme Court verdict cancelled ETV's contract.
www.asiamedia.ucla.edu /article.asp?parentid=9872   (429 words)

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