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TELEVISI√ďN

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  • Television ‚ÄĒ For other uses, see Television (disambiguation). TV redirects here. For other uses, see TV (disambiguation) ‚Ķ   Wikipedia

  • Television X ‚ÄĒ Infobox TV channel name= Television X logosize=200px logofile=Tvx.gif logoalt=Television X logo since 1995 launch= June 1995 former names= The Fantasy Channel sister names= Television X 2,3 4, Red Hot TV (Group of Eight Channels), Fantasy I II… ‚Ķ   Wikipedia

  • television ‚ÄĒ noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: French t√©l√©vision, from t√©l√© tele + vision vision Date: 1907 1. an electronic system of transmitting transient images of fixed or moving objects together with sound over a wire or through space by… ‚Ķ   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • television ‚ÄĒ electronic device electronic device n. a device depending on the principles of electronics and using the manipulation of electron flow for its operation. [PJC] Note: Numerous electronic devices are in daily use, among them the {television},… ‚Ķ   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Television broadcasting in Australia ‚ÄĒ began on the 16 September 1956 in black and white at TCN 9 in Sydney, and has since expanded to include a broad range of public, commercial, community, subscription, narrowcast and amateur stations across the country.Colour television was… ‚Ķ   Wikipedia

  • Television in Australia ‚ÄĒ began as early as 1934 in Brisbane with experimental transmissions by amateur station VK4CM.cite web title = Birth of Our Nation publisher = Brisbane Courier Mail url = http://www.news.com.au/couriermail/extras/federation/Timelines/CMFedTimelineNa… ‚Ķ   Wikipedia

  • Television content rating systems ‚ÄĒ give viewers an idea of the suitability of a television program for children or adults. Many countries have their own television rating system and each country s rating process may differ due to local priorities. Programs are rated by either the… ‚Ķ   Wikipedia

  • Television in the United States ‚ÄĒ Television is one of the major major mass media of the United States. In an expansive country of more than 300 million people, television programs are some of the few things that nearly all Americans can share. Ninety nine percent of American… ‚Ķ   Wikipedia

  • Television in Canada ‚ÄĒ began with the opening of the nation s first television stations in 1952. As with most media in Canada, the television industry, and the television programming available in that country, are strongly influenced by the American media, perhaps to… ‚Ķ   Wikipedia

  • Television in Greece and Cyprus ‚ÄĒ Television broadcasting in Greece began in 1966, with the first network, EPT (Ellinik√≠ Radiofon√≠a Tile√≥rasi) broadcasting out of Athens, as a state owned monopoly. Original broadcasts were in black and white. A second network, YENED, opened in… ‚Ķ   Wikipedia

  • Television in New Zealand ‚ÄĒ was introduced in 1960. Provision was first made for the licensing of private radio and television stations in New Zealand by the Broadcasting Act 1976. In New Zealand, in addition to a legacy analogue network, there are three forms of broadcast… ‚Ķ   Wikipedia


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