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  Pax network on paxpax.org
Pax can now get accurate, up-to-date articles on safe, healthy flying.
Coming soon: we will offer a database where pax can input their airline health and safety experiences and forums where pax can network (or simply read) about a variety of flying conditions.
These pax can all be helped through networking with other pax.
www.paxpax.org /network.html   (541 words)

  
  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: PAX Network
It was estimated in 2003 that "i" is viewable by 74.25% of all households, reaching 79,185,730 houses in the United States.
Pax Christi International is a member of EurAC; Mark Barwick of the International Secretariat participated in the two-day gathering and reported on Pax Christi’s involvement in the region.
Since its inception, Pax Christi USA has been rooted in the call to Christian nonviolence, the practice of prophetic criticism and the primacy of conscience, seeking to be peacemakers and justice-seekers in a world that worships the power of war-making, violence and domination.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/PAX-Network   (1279 words)

  
 PAX Network - Definition, explanation
It was estimated in 2003 that PAX is viewable by 74.25% of all households, reaching 79,185,730 houses in the United States.
PAX has 94 VHF- and UHF-owned-and-operated or affiliate stations in the U.S., although these stations are mainly poorly watched UHF stations, and not all of the stations air PAX's complete nightly transmission.
PAX is not considered by many to be a channel on par with the six existing major national broadcast networks, as it is not received in many parts of the country yet.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/p/pa/pax_network.php   (593 words)

  
 Hacks From Pax: Network Server Monitoring With Nmap - The Community's Center for Security
It's recommended to use nmap from a system that is outside any firewall protecting your network, since the goal is to determine what network ports are visible and listening from a hypothetical attacker's point of view.
Nmap can be very useful for determining the outward facing open ports on your network when you remember to check, but with a little perl magic it can be useful for keeping an ongoing eye on your network as well.
Discovering an newly opened port on your network can be a telltale sign of a hacker's penetration or simply another sysadmin's mistake, but you'll know about it immediately and can take action to investigate the offending port and server.
www.linuxsecurity.com /content/view/119808/2   (1065 words)

  
 Paxson Communications Purchases More Than $1 Million of Tektronix Video Test Equipment for Digital PAX TV Network
Paxson Communications Corporation owns and operates the nation's largest broadcast television station group and PAX TV, the newest broadcast television network, launched in August of 1998.
PAX TV reaches 81% of U.S. television households via nationwide broadcast television, cable, and satellite distribution systems.
In addition, PAX airs its own original family programming in the 8:00 timeslot, including "Miracle Pets," "Twice In A Lifetime," "It's a Miracle," "Encounters with the Unexplained," and will shortly premiere the new series "Doc," starring recording artist Billy Ray Cyrus.
www.tek.com /Measurement/Products/press/pax/index.html   (727 words)

  
 TV Note: Pax hitches a ride on AT&T, Adelphia
Pax will likely roll out on Adelphia's other cable systems sometime during the first half of 2002.
Shooting Star president Diane Sutter said yesterday the addition of a Pax cable outlet is good for Pittsburgh, though it may alter the course for her proposed station.
Fox, with just 15 years of history compared with the other networks' half-century, is more likely to dwell on the present and future.
www.post-gazette.com /tv/20011204tvnote1204p3.asp   (1097 words)

  
  PaX - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The PaX approach is thus not well suited to all circumstances; however, in many cases, it is an acceptable method of protecting confidential information by preventing successful security breaches.
As of mid 2004, PaX has not been submitted for the mainline kernel tree because The PaX Team does not think it yet appropriate; although PaX is fully functional on many CPU architectures, including the popular x86 architecture used by most, it still remains partially or fully unimplemented on some architectures.
PaX also cannot block some format string bug based attacks, which may allow arbitrary reading from and writing to data locations in memory using already existing code; the attacker does not need to know any internal addresses or inject any code into a program to execute these types of attacks.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/PaX   (3694 words)

  
 I (TV network) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Unlike most TV networks in the United States such as ABC, CBS, Fox, or NBC, i has a national feed that is part of basic DBS packages as well as having its affiliates carried by cable TV systems.
It was estimated in 2003 that Pax was viewable by 74.25% of all households, reaching 79,185,730 houses in the United States.
During the transition period, the Pax and i logos were both placed on-screen: the former in the bottom-left corner, and the latter in the bottom-right corner.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/PAX_Network   (656 words)

  
 PAX Network - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It was estimated in 2003 that PAX is viewable by 74.25% of all households, reaching 79,185,730 houses in the United States.
PAX has 94 VHF- and UHF-owned-and-operated or affiliate stations in the U.S., although these stations are mainly poorly watched UHF stations, and not all of the stations air PAX's complete nightly transmission.
PAX is not considered by many to be a channel on par with the six existing major national broadcast networks, as it is not received in many parts of the country yet.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/PAX_Network   (416 words)

  
 PAX Network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The PAX Network, or simply PAX, is a broadcast television network formed in 1998.
Unlike most American broadcast TV networks, PAX has a national feed that is part of basic DBS packages as well as having its affiliates carried by cable TV systems.
PAX programming consists of some original programming mixed with reruns of popular older TV shows and some Christian-oriented programming.
www.encyclopedia-online.info /PAX_Network   (106 words)

  
 PAX Network - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Unlike most TV networks in the United States such as ABC, CBS or NBC, PAX has a national feed that is part of basic DBS packages as well as having its affiliates carried by cable TV systems.
PAX is not considered by many to be a channel on par with the six existing major national broadcast networks, as it is not received in many parts of the country yet.
PAX has 94 VHF and UHF owned-and-operated or affiliate stations in the U.S., although these stations are mainly poorly-watched UHF stations, and not all the stations air PAX's complete nightly transmission.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /pax_network.htm   (304 words)

  
 PAX Network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The PAX Network, PAX TV, PaxNet, or simply PAX, is a broadcast and cable television network first broadcasted on August 311998.
PAX programming consists of some original programming mixed with reruns of various TV shows and movies and some Christian-oriented programming.
PAX has 94 VHF- and UHF-owned-and-operated or affiliate stations in the U.S., although these stations are mainly poorly watched UHF stations, and not all of the stations air PAX's complete nightly transmission.
www.birmingham.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/PAX_TV   (452 words)

  
 Classic TV & Movie Hits - PAX
We are a network television broadcasting company which owns and operates the largest broadcast television station group in the U.S., as measured by the number of television households in the markets our stations serve.
We operate PAX TV, a network that provides programming and reaches approximately 95 million homes, or 87% of prime time television households in the U.S., through our broadcast television station group, and pursuant to distribution arrangements with cable and satellite distribution systems and our broadcast station affiliates.
PAX TV’s entertainment programming principally consists of shows originally developed by us and shows that have appeared previously on other broadcast networks, which we have purchased the right to air.
www.classictvhits.com /network.php?id=14   (328 words)

  
 deseretnews.com | Is Pax TV packing it in?
The Pax television network is, apparently, about to cease to function as any sort of entity we would recognize as a network.
Pax was launched in 1998 amid much fanfare about how it would be a "family friendly" alternative to the other networks.
Pax's original series — including shows like "Twice in a Lifetime" and "Doc"— were done on the cheap, and it showed.
deseretnews.com /dn/view/0,1249,600129345,00.html   (531 words)

  
 Definition of PAX Network
The PAX Network, PAX TV, PaxNet, or simply PAX, is a broadcast and cable television network formed in 1998.
Unlike most TV networks in the United States such as ABC, CBS or NBC, PAX has a national feed that is part of basic DBS packages as well as having its affiliates carried by cable TV systems.
PAX has 94 VHF and UHF owned-and-operated or affiliate stations in the U.S., although these stations are mainly poorly-watched UHF stations, and not all the stations air PAX's complete nightly transmission.
www.wordiq.com /definition/PAX_Network   (352 words)

  
 PAX Network   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Zuh is considered a family network being that it has no porn or warez on it.
Network Protection Monitor Network protection monitoring is provided in Sessionwall by integrating network usage reporting with network security including content scanning.
Network Rail Authority responsible for the United Kingdom's railway network.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-PAX_Network.html   (513 words)

  
 PAX Network
PAX, which is owned by Paxson Communications, shows family-oriented programming.
PAX tends to show reruns of popular older TV shows as well as some Christian -oriented programming.
PAX TV - National television network committed to airing family-friendly programming.
www.nebulasearch.com /encyclopedia/article/PAX_Network.html   (228 words)

  
 Pax - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
PAX (Penny Arcade Exposition), an annual video game convention held at the Meydenbauer Center at Bellevue, Washington.
i, a U.S. television network (formerly the PAX Network)
pax - an abbreviation for "passengers" used by the travel industry.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/PAX   (149 words)

  
 PAX Network - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The PAX Network, PAX TV, PaxNet, or simply PAX, is a cable television network formed in 1998.
Unlike most American TV networks, PAX has a national feed that is part of basic DBS packages as well as having its affiliates carried by cable TV systems.
PAX is not considered by many to be a channel on par with the six existing major national networks, as it is not received in many parts of the country yet.
www.open-encyclopedia.com /PAX_Network   (142 words)

  
 PAX attax with original shows. Will it matter?
After nearly three years on the air, PAX is finally making a move to become a serious broadcast network by offering a full slate of original shows next fall.
But Banks says that he doubts PAX will ever move out of minor league status because of the difficulty in creating a hit show and lingering coverage problems for the network.
Original series announced so far by PAX are a second season of "Mysterious Ways"; "The Ponderosa," a prequel series for the 1960s western "Bonanza"; and "Left Behind," a science-fiction show based on Biblical prophecies.
medialifemagazine.com /news2001/jan01/jan08/2_tues/news3tuesday.html   (592 words)

  
 I (TV network) information - Search.com
The network is currently in somewhat of a gap between the Big Six and smaller networks.
In 2003, the predecessor Pax network scaled back its operations, presumably due to financial losses: it was originally offering five or six new series each season.
In the spring of 2005, it was reported that Pax intended to break its contract with NBC Universal, which eliminated all of their entertainment programming, and rely on infomercials, direct response advertising, and other paid programming to help increase cash flow.
www.search.com /reference/I_(TV_network)   (1401 words)

  
 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on PAX at Epinions.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
With the introduction and expansion of the PAX network, viewers can regularly tune in to a 'family friendly' alternative to the constant flood of violent and degrading program choices offered by the mainline TV networks.
As was the case with the FOX network a decade ago, original programming is currently limited to a handful of shows, but as PAX grows, it is inevitable that more new programs will be added in the future.
The PAX network currently broadcasts nationally on many ultra-high frequency; (UHF), television stations across the country; (primarily in larger urban markets), and on cable.
www.epinions.com /content_51285823108   (430 words)

  
 Sliding Pax network changing its name to 'i'   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pax TV airs family-friendly shows such as the country-doctor drama Doc and will continue as a digital channel carried by cable systems, the West Palm Beach, Fla.-based company said in a statement.
The network has lost about 38 percent of its audience in the past year as the channel failed to attract viewers to new programs, such as Lie Detector, a weekly reality show that gives polygraph tests to celebrities, including Laverne and Shirley actor David Lander on a recent episode.
The network's audience has shrunk to an average of 600,000 viewers during prime-time hours from 970,000 a year earlier, according to Nielsen Media Research.
www.azcentral.com /arizonarepublic/arizonaliving/articles/0629paxtv0629.html   (399 words)

  
 PAX Network   (Site not responding. Last check: )
PAX which is owned by Paxson shows family-oriented programming.
Unlike most American broadcast networks PAX has a national feed that part of basic DBS packages as well as having its carried by cable TV systems.
PAX tends to show reruns popular older TV shows as well as Christian -oriented programming.
www.freeglossary.com /PAX_Network   (468 words)

  
 528,465 area cable viewers to get Pax TV -- 'seventh network'
Pax has been mentioned as a possible source of programming for Diane Sutter, president of Shooting Star Broadcasting, who wants to buy Channel 16 for $20 million.
Yesterday's news means that Pax is securing a beachhead in the market, but agreements with other big cable companies -- or a station available to viewers without cable -- would broaden its potential audience.
In July, Pax TV President Jeff Sagansky told the Post-Gazette that getting Pax on cable was problematic because of financial concerns and a lack of space on low-numbered channels.
www.post-gazette.com /tv/20011129paxtv1129p3.asp   (576 words)

  
 :::: PAX Network Co.,Ltd. >>> We make connecting people ... POSIBLE !!! ::::
PAX is to work side by side with you in solving your complexity problems on site implementation.
PAX Network will pursue those projects which can be made into products and marketed to other potential customers.
Copyright 2007 © PAX Network Co.,Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
www.paxnetwork.co.th   (256 words)

  
 Pax Christi International > Members > Africa
Much of Pax Christi International's present work in Africa can be traced to the momentum created at the First Africa Regional Consultation held in Pretoria, South Africa, in October 2000.
In their declaration coming out of the most recent consultation held in Kinshasa, Great Lakes region member organizations came together to urge the governments of their countries, international actors and civil society to take concrete actions not only to resolve on-going conflicts in the region but also to prevent them into the future.
The Pax Christi Great Lakes network itself stands as an example of one of its recommendations: the establishment of cross-border, inter-country institutions capable of binding the people of these different countries together in peace rather than war.
www.paxchristi.net /members/html/africa.php   (355 words)

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