ETC or etc may refer to:
ETC (Chilean TV channel)
ETC is a Chilean cable TV channel currently owned by Mega. The channel's slogan is "Todo pasa por Etc..." (Everything Happens on Etc...). Launched in 1996, the company was previously owned by Telefilms Ltda. Starting with a low budget, the channel was originally conceived as a "miscellaneous" channel (the name of the channel, ETC, is based on et cetera), focusing on children's programming and some North American sitcoms in their first year. In 1997 when the channel aired Sailor Moon and Saint Seiya, the station experienced an increase in ratings, leading the station to narrow their focus to include primarily Japanese anime, though in recent years they have also added some South Korean contents including music and kdrama.
ETC (Philippine TV channel)
ETC (stylized as etc) is a general entertainment television channel in the Philippines. It is owned by Solar Entertainment Corporation through its subsidiary Southern Broadcasting Network. It's free-to-air broadcast is carried by SBN's flagship station DWCP-TV Channel 21 Metro Manila. The channel can also be seen nationwide in all SBN provincial TV stations. The channel is also carried by cable/satellite providers, including SkyCable (Metro Manila), Destiny Cable, Cablelink, Sky Direct and Cignal, along with various provincial cable operators and through online streaming via Blink, SkyMobi and Sky On Demand.
It operates 19 hours from 6:00 AM to 1:00 AM on free TV, while it operates for 24 hours on various pay TV service providers.
ETC broadcasts from Solar's master control facility located at the Third Floor of the Worldwide Corporate Center, Epifanio de los Santos corner Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City, while SBN's sales office is located at the 22/F Strata 2000, F. Ortigas Jr., Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City. SBN holds free-to-air broadcasts from its transmitter and tower site located at Nuestra Señora de la Paz Subdivision, Bo. Sta. Cruz, Antipolo City, Rizal.
Etc… is a rock band from Czechoslovakia. It was founded in 1974 by Vladimír Mišík. With this group for the entire period of its existence played such violist Jan Hrubý ( Framus Five), bassist Jiří Veselý (Stromboli, Žlutý Pes), guitarist Petr "Kulich" Pokorný (Framus Five, Žlutý Pes), drummer Ivan Kadaňka, bassist/cellist Jaroslav Olin Nejezchleba, bassists Vladimír Padrůněk and Vladimír Guma Kulhánek and many others. In 2010 it was inducted to Beatová síň slávy (Beat Hall of Fame) and released new album called Ztracený podzim. In 2011 the band without Vladimír Mišík recorded and released collaboration album with Vladimír Merta called Ponorná řeka.
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
adv. (alternative form of etc. nodot=1 English)
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Usage examples of "etc".
Of the 975 prisoners, 106 were former nobles, 239 female nobles, 174 priests or monks, 206 nuns, 111 seamstresses, female workers etc, 56 were farmers, 46 artisans or workers, 17 merchants, 3 with a liberal profession.
By observing the rules about line, proportion, rhythm, harmony etc, a man does not become an artist.