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 List of fictional television stations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of fictional television stations, including fictional television networks.
WGBS - Metropolis television station in the Superman comics, flagship station of the fictional Galaxy Broadcasting System (note: in real life, the calls were used until 1995 by WPSG, a UPN owned and operated station)
WGON - the television station that Fran and Steven work for in the 1978 Dawn of the Dead /wiki/List_of_fictional_television_stations   (1494 words)

 List of reference tables - Gurupedia
This is a list of reference tables, similar to the collection of reference tables found at the back of almanacs, dictionaries and encyclopedias (or an index of them, if they're scattered throughout the work).
List of monasteries dissolved by Henry VIII of England
List of mean centers of U.S. population during the 20th century /l/li/list_of_reference_tables.htm   (1148 words) Television archive
In celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the invention of television, efforts are underway to revive the name of Philo Farnsworth, an Idaho farmboy who is said to have conceived of the idea at age 14, and created a working model at age 21.
One of the most bizzare rituals of American television is an annual rite where young unmarried women parade their bodies in front of national television to be rated by a panel of middle-aged men in exchange for cash and prizes.
Television Without Pity who are clearly smart enough to be embarrassed at the amount of time they spend thinking about this stuff. /Subject/Television   (5292 words)

 KBBL - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: List of fictional radio stations and List of fictional television stations
In the fictional universe of The Simpsons, KBBL is the call sign used for radio and television stations that broadcast from Springfield.
KBBL-TV or KBBL-DT (in recent episodes) (Channel 6) is the fictional television station in Springfield, the home of television personalities Kent Brockman and Krusty the Clown. /wiki/KBBL   (223 words)

 Society Fresh : Article 'List of fictional dogs'
Fictional things Category:Lists of fictional things Books and literature False document List of fictional books List of fictional books within the Harry Potter series List of fictional books within the Discworld series List of fictional diaries List of Fictional guidebooks Nihilartikel (fictional articles) Commercial Misc.
See also List of fictional dogs Cat Jacob, a Swiss cat provides his readers with a humourous little philosophical "poke" along their way.
See also: Lists of television shows by city setting; and List of movies for a list of movies set in specific locations. /DisplayArticle731545.html   (2126 words) Lists of television channels Article
Lists of television stations by country or continent
The lists of television channels are grouped by name, country or language: For an alphabetical list see Television station.
List of Portuguese language television channels, includes Brazil and the Americas. /lists_of_television_channels.html   (597 words)

 Learn more about Partial list in the online encyclopedia.
List of television stations in Baja California Norte
List of television stations in New York State
List of local television stations in the world /p/pa/partial_list.html   (149 words)

 TV NEWS TELEVISION NEWS T.V. news TV Channels List ;-) TV Stations. T.V. Station, TV Channel List
"Presidential guard troops in Mauritania's capital took control of the national radio and television stations Wednesday and seized a building housing the army chief of staff headquarters while the president was out of the country, witnesses said."...
"The corporation - which funnels hundreds of millions of federal dollars to National Public Radio, the Public Broadcasting Service and noncommercial radio and television stations - was created by Congress in the late 1960s to shield public broadcasting from political influence."..
"Television evangelist Pat Robertson suggested Thursday that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's stroke was divine retribution for the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza, which Robertson opposed."... /tv   (4345 words)

 Urban Legends Reference Pages: Rumors of War (Radio, Radio)
The Clear Channel list is apparently not a flat prohibition against these songs by the nation's largest chain of radio stations.
said that a smaller list of questionable songs was originally generated by the corporate office, but an overzealous regional executive began contributing suggestions and circulating the list via e-mail, where it continued to grow.
Many stations, including some in the New York area, said they were disregarding the list, which was distributed /rumors/radio.htm   (1153 words)

 The Hardy Boys On TV
Most of the television encyclopedias say that there were 17 episodes to the series.
A notice in the book says that the "common" records (those with an established value of $20 or less) were deleted from the listings in order to make room for the "ever-accumulating data." Because of that, the Hardy Boys' records are not in that guide.
Rarely, if at all, have the cartoons appeared in the syndicated television rerun market and none of the episodes are available on the commercial videotape market. /hbtv.htm   (7043 words)

 What Should I Do If The Internet Goes Down?
Like the television, a radio will only have a limited selection of listening stations, and no video.
Televisions, strange boxes that sit in your parents' living rooms, were once used to provide entertainment, long before DVDs and Playstations were invented.
Televisions have the capability of broadcasting streaming information similar to the content on multimedia websites. /031118/internetdown.htm   (1016 words)

 1918 News Service :: Television Section
Below is a listing of the stories that have been catagorized as pertaining to Television.
From AP; Two television stations are refusing to broadcast a new NBC series about an Episcopal priest who abuses painkillers, has a gay son, a promiscuous straight son, a daughter who deals marijuana, and a wife who drinks too much.
From TV Shark; Television these days is loaded double the number of sex scenes aired seven years ago, says a study out today. /section.php?section_id=15   (2141 words)

 Storytelling on the Internet...Storytelling Links List
Listing of Rhode Island storyteller Keith Munslow's upcoming shows and educational programs.
These stories are on a hospital radio network of 300 stations from Ireland to Australia.
In "The Value of Story Sharing," communication consultant and writer Dr. Dolly Berthelot explores the many benefits (to individuals, organizations, and communities) of sharing fictional, folklore, and especially life experience stories, interpersonally and in personal writing as well as in teaching, speeches, and performances. /resources/links.htm   (3086 words)

 PressThink: Too Much Reality: Is There Such a Thing?
Yesterday I was interviewed by a reporter from BBC television about everything happening in politics and the media these days, the closing days of the 2004 campaign.
But because they don't have a well-developed sense of other groups, their representations of those groups is fictional, the stuff of fantasy and fairy tale.
It was typified by broadcast — radio, television and the early incarnation of the Internet, whose first use as a new medium was the emulation of the old media. /pubzone/weblogs/pressthink/2004/10/23/strain_pol.html   (15102 words)

 National Recording Registry - National Recording Preservation Board (Library of Congress)
Note: this is a national list and many of the items listed are housed in collections across the country.
Radio reporters were stationed at the three locations in Washington to provide successive, 'live' descriptions of the pilot's arrival: the Washington Navy Yard; the procession along Pennsylvania Avenue; and his reception at the foot of the Washington Monument by President Calvin Coolidge.
Singer and songwriter Bruce Springsteen, whose live performances are renowned for their energy and passion, burst onto the rock scene in the early 1970s, a time when many believed that rock was in need of new lifeblood. /rr/record/nrpb/nrpb-masterlist.html   (9456 words)

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.
Even when they do direct their attention to the television, infants are likely missing most of what adults consider to be program content, experiencing it primarily as fragmented displays of light and sound, which they are intermittently able to group into meaningful combinations such as recognizable human or animal characters.
Bravery, strength, and power are themes that have run strongly through the fantasy play of six-to eleven-year-olds, even long before television entered children's lives in the 1950s. /docs/mnet/00001068.htm   (14038 words)

 DVDFILE.COM: The Cut :List
Normally in the Cut List we talk about deleted scenes or shots on DVDs, but in the case of Friday The 13th The Final Chapter, there are a number of sound cues missing on the DVD.
However, on television, they added quite a few minutes of extra footage, including some material rumored to have been shot just for the TV broadcast.
However, the broadcast television version features a few minutes of extra scenes to pad out the runtime in place of the considerable cuts due to profanity and language. /software/cut_list   (7239 words)

 Business Software Review : Article 'List of fictional companies'
This is a list of fictional television stations, including fictional television networks.
This is a list of websites that are specifically mentioned or seen in works of fiction, rather than fictional websites that exist in reality.
As with newspapers and television shows, creators fiction set in recent years (and in the future) may need to create fictional resources to be accessed via computer networks. /DisplayArticle197187.html   (537 words)

 Reality TV, Variety Shows, Crowd Scenes, Booking Agents
Television executives originally embraced these short run reality shows as an expensive way to shore up summer offerings and to keep viewers from flocking to cable channels.
MTV's College Television Network, CTN, is looking to showcase student-produced programming that has aired on campus television stations--from the serious to the humorous to the bizarre to the terrible.
The producers of America's Funniest Home Videos are developing a new television show featuring America's most embarrassing parents. /resources/realitytv.html   (8587 words)

 Lost Remote TV Blog
Broadcast TV I received an early preview of a Television Bureau of Advertising survey of 161 local TV stations and their websites, and I'm surprised by the results of the question, "Who oversees your station's website operation?" News director: 10.
For 2005, the Hearst-Argyle Television reported just $300,000 in digital media revenues compared to a projection of $16-18 million for 2006.
It's time for TiVo's punctual press release listing the most replayed events of the Winter Olympics. /#107466983507098733   (2878 words)

 The Countess: Television Archives
If I were going to stay in a haunted hotel, The Myrtles would be at the top of my list.
The show, which once struggled to find guests, is now on the must-visit list of most major politicians.
A German reality television show will whip misbehaving husbands into shape in a physical and psychological battle to win back their wives, show producers said on Friday. /blog/television   (9725 words)

 Business Software Review : Article 'News release'
(parody of Hee Haw) See also List of fictional media List of fictional television stations List of fictional radio stations
Below is a list of television shows that have been made up in real television shows or other media.
The use of news releases is common in the field of public relations, the aim of which is to attract favorable media attention to the PR firm's client, and publicity, the aim of which is to attract favorable media attention for products marketed by the client. /DisplayArticle251452.html   (922 words)

 Church Executive Magazine - January 2003 - The 50 most influential Christians in America
Tim LaHaye was the man who dreamt of fictionalizing an account of the Rapture and the Tribulation, which lead to the wildly popular Left Behind Series.
He is not in the media like his more visible counter-parts listed above, but his ministry models for children and teens have made perhaps a greater impact on the American church than many of the more well-known televangelists.
Cable networksand low-power TV stations nationwide hum withthe sound of TBN broadcasts. /2003/01/The_50_most_influential_Christians_in_America.asp   (2022 words)

 *michael parekh on IT*: Television
The broadcasters are about to return a sizable chunk of spectrum as part of the digital television transition, a portion of which could be reserved for Community Internet if Congress doesn't auction it all off to the cell phone companies.
MovieBeam is built around a technology that broadcasts movies slowly over unused portions of the television signals to set-top boxes that store them on a hard disk.
In the world of the stock market, one of the first steps to figuring out what the market in a particular stock looks like is to look at the "Bid-Ask" Spread. /mp/television   (9388 words)

 NYC 9/11 Truth Movement Calendar for 2006
The list of historical precedents for both "false-flag" terror attacks and for false "casus belli" is long and sorrowful, both in this country and around the world.
Lists the 27 original endorsers of The 9/11 Truth Alliance, from 2002
On the high-tech set of a fictional news channel (shot at Toronto's Berkeley Studios): "On this program, we ask questions the 9/11 commission and the media never asked.   (8911 words)

 ArtsJournal: About Last Night
I awoke without benefit of alarm at seven and set to refining my list, indicating which blogs had been updated most recently and posting excerpts from the best ones.
Carmela says that she "didn't feel like watching Casablanca anyway" and someone asks what the next movie on the list is. Janice picks up the piece of paper to read, "The Godfather." The looks on their faces are priceless.
Quite a conventional list of its kind, I imagine. /aboutlastnight/archives20050828.shtml   (14327 words)

 Financial Sense Storm Watch Update - "The Day After Tomorrow, Part 4" by Jim Puplava 11/23/2005
Meeting with project managers she developed a list of the most popular options: stainless steel kitchen appliances, washer and dryer, granite counters, crown molding in the living room and master bedroom, Hunter-Douglas silhouette blinds for the windows, and tile floors in the entry way, and master bath.
Her waiting list for million-dollar homes was growing by the day.
There was a waiting list at Paradise Village with anxious buyers willing to accelerate their move-in dates. /stormwatch/update.htm   (16564 words)

 Boing Boing: A Directory of Wonderful Things
Octavia Butler was the first widely read African American woman science fiction writer, and her works wrapped up complex treatments of gender and race in palatable, fast-paced sf stories.
I learned everything I know about reading aloud from attending Jim Kelly's readings at science fiction conventions (and he says he learned all he knows from reading to his kids, who are apparently a discriminating audience) and listening to him read Burn is a positive delight.
Using the themes of technology vs nature, Ryan presents his work in a retro type format, drawing visual inspiration from 40’s –50’s science fiction magazines and old B monster movies.   (9446 words)

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fictional revivals of Braniff International Airways, Eastern Airlines, Pan Am, TWA and many other extinct airlines (e.g.
Nocturnal Aviation - fictional sponsor of advertisements on MIT student radio station /usa/crop_insurance.htm   (2423 words)

 KBBL - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: List of fictional radio stations and List of fictional television stations
In the fictional universe of The Simpsons, KBBL is the call sign used for radio and television stations that broadcast from Springfield.
KBBL-TV or KBBL-DT (in recent episodes) (Channel 6) is the fictional television station in Springfield, the home of television personalities Kent Brockman and Krusty the Clown. /wiki/KBBL   (223 words)

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