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 WNET - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
WNET (Thirteen/WNET) is an American television station licensed by the FCC to serve Newark, New Jersey.
WNET was first licensed in 1948 as WATV, a commercial television station.
In February 2003, WNET completed the merger with Long Island PBS broadcaster WLIW (licensed to Garden City, New York and headquartered in Plainview, New York), combining the two stations into one operation and licensee.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/WNET   (657 words)

  
 Facts about topic: (WNET)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
WNET is a member of the PBS (A solution containing a phosphate buffer) television network, which provides educational and informational programming.
WNET was first licensed in 1949 as WATV, a commercial television station.
In February 2003 WNET completed the merger with Long Island PBS broadcaster WLIW (licensed to Garden City, New York and headquartered in Plainview, New York (additional info and facts about Plainview, New York)) combining the two stations into one operation and licensee.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/w/wn/wnet3.htm   (419 words)

  
 Lathe of Heaven, from WNET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Someone here at WNET recently forwarded to me your Internet posting detailing your frustration in trying to obtain permission to exhibit our 1979 production of Ursula LeGuin's "The Lathe of Heaven." I'm writing to set the record straight about a few of the points you make in your posting.
WNET is indeed the coproducer (with Taurus Film GmbH) and copyright owner of this program.
As a result, an effort is underway to investigate the possibility of reclearing it for a new cycle of PBS rights and, perhaps, for ancillary distribution.
www.oz.net /~jhawk/wnetlet.htm   (497 words)

  
 WNET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
WNET is one of two flagship stations of the Public Broadcasting Service television network, which provides educational and informational programming.
WNET began life in 1949 as WATV, a commercial television station.
In February 2003 WNET completed the merger with Long Island PBS broadcaster WLIW combining the two stations into one operation and licensee.
www.yotor.org /wiki/en/wn/WNET.htm   (283 words)

  
 105.HTM, OPEN LETTERS, TO WNET, CHANNEL 13
As repeatedly in the past, WNET is once again requested to not continue to air false, incorrect and misleading pictures, animations and statements during any of its future programs concerning the Universe and specifically now "Life Beyond Earth" as may yet again be WNET's irresponsible foul intent.
Let "Life Beyond Earth" be WNET's turning point and instead of airing untruths and fakery, proceed instead to honor those who created the Universe including Earth and those responsible for creating and supporting all life in the Universe including every one of you at WNET.
WNET, CH 13 aired a program on 9 November concluding what the authors believed after years of research that all life as they believe they know it to be began with microbes.
www.sibology.com /105.HTM   (1207 words)

  
 ITworld.com - WNET discovers 'virtual' solution to storage needs
Ken Devine, CTO of WNET Channel 13 in New York, was all too familiar with this scenario.
The virtualization of WNET's video network is now proceeding without a hitch, and Devine is already adding commodity disk storage to the video network in preparation for the digital video channel, which will go live later this year.
And as producers at WNET and its contributing stations shoot more programs directly to disk instead of tape, Devine says it makes sense to move the majority of the TV station's storage to disk.
www.itworld.com /Comp/3781/IW010129camentor/pfindex.html   (1014 words)

  
 Current Online | WNET-WLIW merger, 2001
While WNET approved the merger in May, the deal must still win regulatory approval from the state attorney general and the FCC, which station officials believe will come readily.
WNET raised and spent $30 million to prepare for launch of its digital signal in mid-July.
Although WNYE is not part of the merger, WNET is in negotiations with the school board to take over its master control operations as well.
www.current.org /ptv/ptv0114nymerge.html   (1159 words)

  
 Thirteen/WNET to add to its digital lineup   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
WNET is planning an April debut for World, a channel broadcasting culture, science, nature, public affairs, history, business and documentary programming, and Create, which features do-it-yourself, cooking, renovating, collecting, painting, crafts, traveling and gardening shows.
WNET is still negotiating with local cable providers for broadcast of the new stations, but expects agreements to be in place by April 1, a spokeswoman said.
WNET launched Kids Thirteen, a 24-hour digital network featuring PBS children's programming, and Thirteen HD, a high-definition channel that offers original and syndicated HD programming, in July 2002.
www.newyorkbusiness.com /news.cms?id=7435   (166 words)

  
 WNET TV 13 - TV station in New York City, New York USA covering New York City general entertainment at Mondo Times
WNET TV 13 is a TV station in New York City, New York, USA covering general entertainment.
WNET TV 13 is an affiliate of the PBS television network.
WNET TV 13 contact information is available to Mondo Times Advanced and Professional Members.
www.mondotimes.com /1/world/us/32/1861/4456   (149 words)

  
 Current Online | Research helped shape travel program
WNET research had already confirmed that interest in travel was booming, says Grant.
WNET was working with $1.5 million from PBS plus less than a million in station funds--which WNET still hopes to cover with an underwriter, according to Page.
WNET chose to tape the shows using a new generation of small digital Panasonic DV and DVCPRO camcorders the size of amateur video cameras.
www.current.org /prog/prog702g.html   (1149 words)

  
 WNET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
WNET is the flagship station of the PublicBroadcasting Service television network, which provides educational and informational programming.
In 1961 Channel 13's owner Atlantic Television soldthe station to the Educational Broadcasting Corporation, a not for profit company, which converted Channel 13 to a non-commercial/educational station affiliated with the National Educational Television service.
In February 2003 WNET completed the mergerwith Long Island PBS broadcaster WLIW (Licensed to Plainview,New York) combining the two stations into one operation and licensee.
www.therfcc.org /wnet-332288.html   (276 words)

  
 NPBA, WNET Collection Archives, UM Libraries
Information is included on the history of WNET, on its transfer from New Jersey to New York, and on its audience surveys in New York and New Jersey.
The WNET Archive Collection were donated to the National Public Broadcasting Archives, University of Maryland Libraries by the WNET Reference Library in June of 1994, June and July of 1995.
Hitchcock served at WNET as first Chairman of the Board of Trustees from 1969 to 1981 and then as Chairman of the Board of Counselors from 1981 to 1983.
www.lib.umd.edu /NPBA/papers/wnet.html   (1791 words)

  
 SBA - Women's Business Ownership - WNET Roundtables   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
WNET is a very decentralized program, with various formats and focus groups found across the country.
This diversity is intentional so that each WNET Roundtable can tailor the program to meet the needs of women business owners in their local area.
WNET Financial Management Roundtables offer practical support and guidance by peers and highly qualified experts on solving concrete financial problems every business owner must address in order to run her business.
www.sba.gov /womeninbusiness/wnet_roundtables.html   (827 words)

  
 The Washington Note: Comment on WNET SAYS NO TO
I want balance and tolerance -- and the fact that WNET preempted Kinsey from having its place because of the fear of reaction of a small sliver of the public is irritating.
WNET is a commercial-free PBS station, but does run "enhanced underwriting spots" featuring films, said station spokeswoman Stella Giammasi.
It is pretty silly for WNET to reject the ad since they will be airing a documentary on Kinsey from American Experience in February.
www.thewashingtonnote.com /mt/mt-comments.cgi?entry_id=196   (5023 words)

  
 The IASTED International Conference on Wireless Networks and Emerging Technologies (WNET 2004)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The International Conference on Wireless Networks and Emerging Technologies (WNET 2004), sponsored by IASTED, will be a major forum for scientists, engineers, and practitioners throughout the world to present their latest research, results, ideas, developments, and applications in all areas of telecommunication systems, with emphasis on wireless and optical communications.
WNET 2004 will be held at The Banff Centre, located in the Western Canadian town of Banff, Alberta, amidst the rugged beauty of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
If you are interested in joining the IASTED Technical Committee on Telecommunications, please submit your name, address, phone, fax, email, areas of specialty, a list of your most recent publications, and a brief CV by email to calgary@iasted.org.
www.iasted.com /conferences/2004/banff/wnet.htm   (312 words)

  
 Congressman Eliot L. Engel (NY17) - Press Release - ENGEL FIGHTS FOR THIRTEEN/WNET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
WNET was originally denied on the grounds that Thirteen is an ineligible nonprofit.
The Channel’s digital transmission facilities were housed on top of the World Trade Center — and were destroyed in the terrorist attacks on September 11th.
WNET brings the New York metropolitan area PBS programs, day-time children’s programs, instructional programming for teachers, adult literacy and GED series, educational outreach services and unique local productions.
www.house.gov /apps/list/press/ny17_engel/pr07232002.html   (245 words)

  
 The IASTED International Conference on Wireless Networks and Emerging Technologies (WNET 2005)
The International Conference on Wireless Networks and Emerging Technologies (WNET 2005), sponsored by IASTED, will be a major forum for scientists, engineers, and practitioners throughout the world to present their latest research, results, ideas, developments, and applications in all areas of telecommunication systems, with emphasis on wireless and optical communications.
Its aim is to strengthen relations between the telecommunications industry, research laboratories, and universities.
WNET 2005 will be held at The Banff Centre, located in the Western Canadian town of Banff, Alberta, amidst the rugged beauty of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
www.iasted.org /conferences/2005/banff/wnet.htm   (263 words)

  
 The Herald Business Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Cost of attending each program, which includes a continental breakfast, is kept “really reasonable,” she said, with attendance fees ranging from $15 per session for the Everett WNET to $20 per session for the Seattle WNET.
Since starting in the Puget Sound, the WNET program has become a training tool that more and more small-business owners — both men and women — are taking advantage of, Andersen said, adding that there are about 152 WNETs nationwide.
Other sponsors for the Everett WNET include the Everett Area Chamber of Commerce, the South Snohomish County Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Department of Labor.
www.heraldbusinessjournal.com /archive/may02/wnet-may02.htm   (637 words)

  
 WNET meeting to focus on combating negative attitudes
WNET meeting to focus on combating negative attitudes
WNET is part of a nationwide roundtable for women business owners, sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Through networking, presentations and information sharing, WNET provides professional development and personal growth for women business owners.
www.valleynewsonline.com /News/2005/0924/Business_News/003.html   (242 words)

  
 OpinionJournal - Taste
In polite company, it is now well known that the Fox slogan "fair and balanced" is not to be uttered unless accompanied by a knowing roll of the eyes or some ironic inflection of the voice.
That might not be surprising: WNET is the same station that a few years back was embarrassed when it was found swapping mailing lists with the DNC and a host of other, mainly Democratic groups.
Remember, the people who think this WNET list provides an objective overview of the subject are the same people who can't keep their brie down when the subject turns to the conservative domination of Fox News or talk radio.
www.opinionjournal.com /taste?id=110004209   (597 words)

  
 Small Business Development Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Women's Network for Entrepreneurial Training (WNET) at the Small Business Development Center, College of DuPage, appeals to women business owners interested in networking, learning from role models, supporting one another, and sharing information about resources so necessary to running a successful business.
The WNET program at College of DuPage began in September 1994 modeled after the Small Business Administration, Office of Women's Business Ownership's "Women's Network for Entrepreneurial Training (WNET)" mentor/protege program.
Nationally, other WNET groups were experiencing success with roundtables.
www.cod.edu /BPI/BPI_WNET.htm   (432 words)

  
 Program Notes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The important announcement: The Women's Network for Entrepreneurial Training (WNET) was hosting a trade show for women.
Not one to merely attend, Martin immediately got involved in the Idaho WNET by first participating in one of the group's round-table conferences, then volunteering to help put together a marketing plan for the organization.
In the process, she became a WNET mentor.
www.entrepreneur.com /mag/article/0,1539,229637----6-,00.html   (404 words)

  
 Seattle SCORE Chapter 55
As of 2002, there are an estimated 6.2 million majority owned, privately-held women owned firms in the U.S. The power of women business owners is growing and getting training that helps women grow their companies has never been more important.
That's why you are invited to join us for the WNET training series.
Geared for both men and women, no membership is required to attend any of these valuable training sessions.
www.seattlescore.org /JanuaryFiles/WNET0105.htm   (164 words)

  
 Mastering Windows Networking (WNet)
WNet API is compact enough and may be easily overviewed.
The origin of all this stuff comes from wce.h header files under the MFC Include folder, where you can find that many API are stored even though there are appropriate headers in the SDK folder.
But all in all, WNet is easy to revive by such a simple trick.
www.developer.com /ws/pc/article.php/3424161   (726 words)

  
 Women's Network for Entrepreneurial Training Schedule
Back by popular demand: WNET members submit for nine slots for 10-minute presentations.
If interested, contact Bonnie at mclaren@cdnet.cod.edu or (630) 942-2600 on Tuesdays with your name, business name, mailing address and e-mail address if you have not received membership mailings in the past, or if your contact information has changed.
If you would prefer, you may use the electronic WNET Membership Form and e-mail it.
www.cod.edu /dept/BPI/wnet_prog.htm   (398 words)

  
 SAMPLE: WNetCOM Uses COM Object to Access WNet Functions from VB
The COM object is listed as "NetwkObj 1.0 Type Library." While still in Visual Basic, you may use either early or late binding to instantiate these types of objects.
This file is associated with the WNet COM object.
Along with the source code for the WNet COM object is a Visual Basic project that illustrates how to use the WNet COM object for network programming.
support.microsoft.com /support/kb/articles/Q189/5/15.ASP   (1272 words)

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