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36:50 UTC, minutes before any other radio or television network. Beginning in the late 1950s, ABC fed hourly newscasts to affiliates at :55 past the hour until January 1, 1968, when the singular ABC radio network "split" into four separate and distinct programming services. The American | 2011/9/18 17:15:25

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Democratic National Convention and Republican National Convention . On the 5th November 2007 Disney ABC International Television announced plans to launch the channel in international territories including Germany , Spain and Belgium in 2008 on IPTV service Zattoo with more territories | 2011/8/31 5:39:13

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1.1.2 Red & Blue Networks 1.1.3 The chimes 1.1.4 New beginnings: The Blue Network becomes ABC 1.1.5 Defining radio’s golden age 1.1.6 The last years of NBC Radio 1.2 Television 1.2.1 Color television 1.2.2 1970s doldrums 1.2.3 Tartikoff's turnaround 1.2.4 "Must See

ABC (Swedish news programme) print that page

The programme is broadcast from the SVT news studio in Stockholm and has a local office in Uppsala . The name comes from the county letters for Stockholm (AB) and Uppsala (C). This Swedish television programme-related article is a stub . You can help Wikipedia by expanding it . v · | 2011/6/9 13:28:06

Roone Arledge print that page

Richard Wald , another president of NBC News that Arledge would later persuade to come over to ABC News as a senior vice-president. After receiving a bachelor's degree in 1952, Arledge enrolled in graduate studies at Columbia's School of International Public Affairs. Restless with graduate | 2011/6/28 15:39:24

WDAF-TV print that page


began operations in 1922. It was affiliated with all four major networks of the time: NBC , CBS , ABC , and DuMont . It was a primary NBC affiliate, owing to WDAF radio's long affiliation with NBC Radio . Randall Jessee was the station's first anchorman. Several other notables, including

WLNE-TV print that page


market, including 630 WPRO-AM . Contents 1 History 1.1 Switch to CBS 1.2 Return to ABC 1.3 Sale to Global Broadcasting 1.4 Financial struggles, bankruptcy 1.5 Sale to Citadel Communications 2 Digital television 3 Programming 3.1 NewsChannel 5 4 News operation

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channel 4. [ 2 ] It was a primary NBC affiliate, and also carried secondary affiliations with ABC and DuMont . It was Alabama's second television station, signing on a few months after WAFM-TV (channel 13, now WVTM-TV ). During the late 1950s, the station was also briefly affiliated with

KMSP-TV print that page


of Electrical Workers Local 292. Contents 1 History 1.1 Early history 1.2 As an ABC affiliate 1.3 Becoming an independent once again 1.4 First Fox affiliation, then back to independent 1.5 As a UPN affiliate 1.6 Return to Fox as an owned-and-operated station 1.7 Video

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network package. Contents 1 History 1.1 The early years (1955-1999) 1.2 The end of the ABC era (1999–2001) 1.3 The early years as an NBC affiliate (2001–2004) 1.4 New office and transmitter location (2004–2007) 1.5 New leadership and decline (2007–present) 2