n. A grouping of television channels, generated at television stations, broadcast over a unified terrestrial or satellite system from which a subscriber may choose various packages to accept and pay for (if not free-to-air)
A television network is a telecommunications network for distribution of television program content, whereby a central operation provides programming to many television stations or pay television providers. Until the mid-1980s, television programming in most countries of the world was dominated by a small number of broadcast networks. Many early television networks (such as the BBC, NBC or CBC) evolved from earlier radio networks.
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Also, there was now another dimension to the story: Somebody's breaking into a major television network studio and stealing a news program - that was a story in itself.
Sometimes she runs into them through her work as an executive at the ABC television network.
To the side of his desk are two Sony television sets, one connected to the outside world with the Weather Channel muted, and the other connected to Crypto City's own secret television network.
Congress, almost every governor, and every major newspaper, television network, and magazine in the nation, including thirty-six women’.
Every television network in the worldexcept per haps state television in North Korea and Cubawas showing the carnage nonstop, and there was no question the attacks had caught Washington com pletely by surprise.
But this relationship has been fouled by a nest of demons that control this very television network.
CNN was also there in force, as were NHK, BBC, and nearly every other television network in the world, all fighting for space in the grand piazza that sprawls before the church begun in 1503 by Bramante, carried on by Raphael, Michelangelo, and Bernini.
Congress, almost every governor, and every major newspaper, television network, and magazine in the nation, including thirty-six womens magazines with a combined circulation of sixty million readers.
Congress, almost every governor, and every major newspaper, television network, and magazine in the nation, including thirty-six women's magazines with a combined circulation of sixty million readers.
Not because he would have to face a trio of experienced senior interrogators from the most prestigious newspaper, news magazine, and television network news department in the United States.
The theft of the presidential race in Florida was also given big television network coverage.