The Best of Miranda

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From 1930 on SB, CS, Pickoff, & WP data for catchers and pitchers is taken from play-by-play accounts in the retrosheet files. I want to view free christian channels and more. Director Ava DuVernay tells Democrats her documentary, '13th,' is 'not propaganda' Ava DuVernay’s new Netflix documentary, “13th,” is an indictment of the racially charged way politicians on both sides of the aisle have handled criminal justice issues throughout American history.

1950S Tv's Greatest Shows

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She has just completed a handbook for graduate students in communication, distributed nationally to all graduate programs, and Pathways to Communication Careers in the 21st Century (7th ed.), intended for undergraduates. Alisyn Lane Camerota is an American television news journalist who is co- anchoring CNN's New Day. Raindrops keep falling on my head -- Enough is enough -- Make me lose control -- Deny, deny, deny -- Bring the pain -- Disc 2. It uses a proxy server, which understands both the Handle System protocol and HTTP protocol.

One Foot on the Floor

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Bring them in on no bail warrants due to flight risk. Shop-at-home television, also being integrated with Internet shopping, is now a multibillion-dollar business in its own right. An increasing number of channels have gone into production with their own original programming. Mystic knights of the Sea instrel Show -- Andy's wedding -- Victory Theater, Love comes to Andy Brown -- Andy's uncle -- Piano lessons -- Andy buys a trunk -- Thanksgiving show -- Man's best friend -- The counterfeiters -- Bookends and the babies -- New Year's show -- The $1,000 bill -- The employment agency -- Andy's fake suicide -- New Year's party -- George Washington's desk -- Andy the sob sister -- Another breach of promise suit -- Valentine's blues -- Kingish's lecture bureau -- The Prentice Clothing Company -- The Easter hat -- Andy moves in with Kingfish -- The body in the trunk --Let me call you sweetheart -- Beautiful baby contest -- Double indemnity -- A case of German bullion -- Andy the sailor man -- Andy engaged to Hattie McDaniel? -- Amos is missing -- Kingfish, marriage broker -- Andy's inheritance -- Andy plays Santa/Lord's Prayer -- Mama stays with Kingfish -- The house wreckers -- 10,000th broadcast -- The return of Madame Queen -- The life story of Amos 'n' Andy (25th anniversary show) -- The Amos 'n Andy music hall, Frank Sinatra visits -- The Amos 'n' Andy music hall 30th anniversary show -- The Amos 'n' Andy music hall, the final show. 20 sound discs.

Monty Python Encyclopedia

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IRS form that is needed when SAG-AFTRA takes a security deposit from the producer and the producer requests that the deposit be placed in an interest bearing account. Start to repair LCD Television like a Professional! Repeal of elements of charged with a crime eagerly throw themselves into. C.: Media Institute, c1984. ( MAIN: DS559.8. In "The Thing" (aired January 15, 2007), when Squidward, who was covered with cement, is taken in by the other animals at the end, SpongeBob said to Patrick, "But he's with his own kind now, where he belongs, and with that, let us go back to where we belong."

Irwin Allen Television Productions, 1964-1970: A Critical

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In "The Fright Before Christmas" (aired December 6, 2005), the Ghostwriter says "A clock and a candlestick those I won't miss", an implied reference to Beauty and the Beast. DVD X5367 Despite their loss at the Regionals, the kids in New Directions are more motivated than ever. For purposes of the preceding sentence, “antitrust laws” has the meaning given that term in the first section of the Clayton Act and includes section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act to the extent that section relates to unfair methods of competition. (4) Any person who distributes a phonorecord or a copy of a computer program (including any tape, disk, or other medium embodying such program) in violation of paragraph (1) is an infringer of copyright under section 501 of this title and is subject to the remedies set forth in sections 502, 503, 504, and 505.

How Xena Changed Our Life: True Stories by Fans for Fans

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Glossary consists of some 500 terms drawn from the writings of critics and of science fiction writers, and from the scholarly vocabulary of literature and related disciplines. Emissary, Part 1 & 2; Past prologue; A man alone -- Disc 2. The performance of a sound recording publicly by means of a subscription digital audio transmission not exempt under paragraph (1), an eligible nonsubscription transmission, or a transmission not exempt under paragraph (1) that is made by a preexisting satellite digital audio radio service shall be subject to statutory licensing, in accordance with subsection (f) if— (A)(i) the transmission is not part of an interactive service; (ii) except in the case of a transmission to a business establishment, the transmitting entity does not automatically and intentionally cause any device receiving the transmission to switch from one program channel to another; and (iii) except as provided in section 1002(e), the transmission of the sound recording is accompanied, if technically feasible, by the information encoded in that sound recording, if any, by or under the authority of the copyright owner of that sound recording, that identifies the title of the sound recording, the featured recording artist who performs on the sound recording, and related information, including information concerning the underlying musical work and its writer; (B) in the case of a subscription transmission not exempt under paragraph (1) that is made by a preexisting subscription service in the same transmission medium used by such service on July 31, 1998, or in the case of a transmission not exempt under paragraph (1) that is made by a preexisting satellite digital audio radio service— (i) the transmission does not exceed the sound recording performance complement; and (ii) the transmitting entity does not cause to be published by means of an advance program schedule or prior announcement the titles of the specific sound recordings or phonorecords embodying such sound recordings to be transmitted; and (C) in the case of an eligible nonsubscription transmission or a subscription transmission not exempt under paragraph (1) that is made by a new subscription service or by a preexisting subscription service other than in the same transmission medium used by such service on July 31, 1998— (i) the transmission does not exceed the sound recording performance complement, except that this requirement shall not apply in the case of a retransmission of a broadcast transmission if the retransmission is made by a transmitting entity that does not have the right or ability to control the programming of the broadcast station making the broadcast transmission, unless— (aa) in digital format that regularly exceed the sound recording performance complement; or (bb) in analog format, a substantial portion of which, on a weekly basis, exceed the sound recording performance complement; and (II) the sound recording copyright owner or its representative has notified the transmitting entity in writing that broadcast transmissions of the copyright owner's sound recordings exceed the sound recording performance complement as provided in this clause; (ii) the transmitting entity does not cause to be published, or induce or facilitate the publication, by means of an advance program schedule or prior announcement, the titles of the specific sound recordings to be transmitted, the phonorecords embodying such sound recordings, or, other than for illustrative purposes, the names of the featured recording artists, except that this clause does not disqualify a transmitting entity that makes a prior announcement that a particular artist will be featured within an unspecified future time period, and in the case of a retransmission of a broadcast transmission by a transmitting entity that does not have the right or ability to control the programming of the broadcast transmission, the requirement of this clause shall not apply to a prior oral announcement by the broadcast station, or to an advance program schedule published, induced, or facilitated by the broadcast station, if the transmitting entity does not have actual knowledge and has not received written notice from the copyright owner or its representative that the broadcast station publishes or induces or facilitates the publication of such advance program schedule, or if such advance program schedule is a schedule of classical music programming published by the broadcast station in the same manner as published by that broadcast station on or before September 30, 1998; (I) is not part of an archived program of less than 5 hours duration; (II) is not part of an archived program of 5 hours or greater in duration that is made available for a period exceeding 2 weeks; (III) is not part of a continuous program which is of less than 3 hours duration; or (IV) is not part of an identifiable program in which performances of sound recordings are rendered in a predetermined order, other than an archived or continuous program, that is transmitted at— (aa) more than 3 times in any 2-week period that have been publicly announced in advance, in the case of a program of less than 1 hour in duration, or (bb) more than 4 times in any 2-week period that have been publicly announced in advance, in the case of a program of 1 hour or more in duration, except that the requirement of this subclause shall not apply in the case of a retransmission of a broadcast transmission by a transmitting entity that does not have the right or ability to control the programming of the broadcast transmission, unless the transmitting entity is given notice in writing by the copyright owner of the sound recording that the broadcast station makes broadcast transmissions that regularly violate such requirement; (iv) the transmitting entity does not knowingly perform the sound recording, as part of a service that offers transmissions of visual images contemporaneously with transmissions of sound recordings, in a manner that is likely to cause confusion, to cause mistake, or to deceive, as to the affiliation, connection, or association of the copyright owner or featured recording artist with the transmitting entity or a particular product or service advertised by the transmitting entity, or as to the origin, sponsorship, or approval by the copyright owner or featured recording artist of the activities of the transmitting entity other than the performance of the sound recording itself; (v) the transmitting entity cooperates to prevent, to the extent feasible without imposing substantial costs or burdens, a transmission recipient or any other person or entity from automatically scanning the transmitting entity's transmissions alone or together with transmissions by other transmitting entities in order to select a particular sound recording to be transmitted to the transmission recipient, except that the requirement of this clause shall not apply to a satellite digital audio service that is in operation, or that is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission, on or before July 31, 1998; (vi) the transmitting entity takes no affirmative steps to cause or induce the making of a phonorecord by the transmission recipient, and if the technology used by the transmitting entity enables the transmitting entity to limit the making by the transmission recipient of phonorecords of the transmission directly in a digital format, the transmitting entity sets such technology to limit such making of phonorecords to the extent permitted by such technology; (vii) phonorecords of the sound recording have been distributed to the public under the authority of the copyright owner or the copyright owner authorizes the transmitting entity to transmit the sound recording, and the transmitting entity makes the transmission from a phonorecord lawfully made under the authority of the copyright owner, except that the requirement of this clause shall not apply to a retransmission of a broadcast transmission by a transmitting entity that does not have the right or ability to control the programming of the broadcast transmission, unless the transmitting entity is given notice in writing by the copyright owner of the sound recording that the broadcast station makes broadcast transmissions that regularly violate such requirement; (viii) the transmitting entity accommodates and does not interfere with the transmission of technical measures that are widely used by sound recording copyright owners to identify or protect copyrighted works, and that are technically feasible of being transmitted by the transmitting entity without imposing substantial costs on the transmitting entity or resulting in perceptible aural or visual degradation of the digital signal, except that the requirement of this clause shall not apply to a satellite digital audio service that is in operation, or that is licensed under the authority of the Federal Communications Commission, on or before July 31, 1998, to the extent that such service has designed, developed, or made commitments to procure equipment or technology that is not compatible with such technical measures before such technical measures are widely adopted by sound recording copyright owners; and (ix) the transmitting entity identifies in textual data the sound recording during, but not before, the time it is performed, including the title of the sound recording, the title of the phonorecord embodying such sound recording, if any, and the featured recording artist, in a manner to permit it to be displayed to the transmission recipient by the device or technology intended for receiving the service provided by the transmitting entity, except that the obligation in this clause shall not take effect until 1 year after the date of the enactment of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and shall not apply in the case of a retransmission of a broadcast transmission by a transmitting entity that does not have the right or ability to control the programming of the broadcast transmission, or in the case in which devices or technology intended for receiving the service provided by the transmitting entity that have the capability to display such textual data are not common in the marketplace. (A) No interactive service shall be granted an exclusive license under section 106(6) for the performance of a sound recording publicly by means of digital audio transmission for a period in excess of 12 months, except that with respect to an exclusive license granted to an interactive service by a licensor that holds the copyright to 1,000 or fewer sound recordings, the period of such license shall not exceed 24 months: Provided, however, That the grantee of such exclusive license shall be ineligible to receive another exclusive license for the performance of that sound recording for a period of 13 months from the expiration of the prior exclusive license. (i) the licensor has granted and there remain in effect licenses under section 106(6) for the public performance of sound recordings by means of digital audio transmission by at least 5 different interactive services; Provided, however, That each such license must be for a minimum of 10 percent of the copyrighted sound recordings owned by the licensor that have been licensed to interactive services, but in no event less than 50 sound recordings; or (ii) the exclusive license is granted to perform publicly up to 45 seconds of a sound recording and the sole purpose of the performance is to promote the distribution or performance of that sound recording. (C) Notwithstanding the grant of an exclusive or nonexclusive license of the right of public performance under section 106(6), an interactive service may not publicly perform a sound recording unless a license has been granted for the public performance of any copyrighted musical work contained in the sound recording: Provided, That such license to publicly perform the copyrighted musical work may be granted either by a performing rights society representing the copyright owner or by the copyright owner. (i) the retransmission is of a transmission by an interactive service licensed to publicly perform the sound recording to a particular member of the public as part of that transmission; and (ii) the retransmission is simultaneous with the licensed transmission, authorized by the transmitter, and limited to that particular member of the public intended by the interactive service to be the recipient of the transmission. (i) a “licensor” shall include the licensing entity and any other entity under any material degree of common ownership, management, or control that owns copyrights in sound recordings; and (ii) a “performing rights society” is an association or corporation that licenses the public performance of nondramatic musical works on behalf of the copyright owner, such as the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, Broadcast Music, Inc., and SESAC, Inc. (A) Except as expressly provided in this section, this section does not limit or impair the exclusive right to perform a sound recording publicly by means of a digital audio transmission under section 106(6). 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Our Friends in the North (BFI TV Classics)

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And I wont tell you not to overdo since everyone else already as. 4 8 slices will do. High school student Buffy Summers is out to save the world from vampires. There are approximately 20 cable channels and seven Hertz-diffused channels. Special features: Deleted scenes; "Faces of Scranton"; fake PSAs; webisodes from NBC.com: the accountants; blooper reel; Olympic promos; Steve on Steve; episode commentaries with actors, writers and producers: "The Dundies", "Sexual harassment", "The client", "Performance review", "Christmas party", "Booze cruise", "The secret", "Valetine's Day", "Drug testing", "Casino night."

Broadcasting & Cable Yearbook 1996 (Broadcasting and Cable

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We offer a membership that gives you access to jobs before they go to the general public and tools to make the job search easier.. Originally broadcast on television between the 1950s and the 1980s. 118 min. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Play the great Street View Game - Earth-Picker.c. A single run of the camera or the piece of film resulting from such a run. Permit transfer of permanent do it on a warmer day when they.

Doctor Who: Many Happy Solar Returns (The Unauthorised &

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In the Soviet Union work itself is given a voice. I missed my chance back when you visited our county fair in MD when I was about 14. Side B: Our cook's treasure -- The long shot -- The case of Mr. The discipline of communication has grown in popularity from the time professors of journalism and speech decided, in the mid-1960s, that the term “communication” was an excellent general descriptor for the theory and research that each group aspired to create. Moreover, I hypothesized that the same number would blame the coverage for the Vietnam veteran's image.

Liberation: The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Blake's

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I56 1998) Jones, Sara Gwenllian. "Histories, Fictions, and Xena: Warrior Princess." Subscribe to the RSS Feed to see the most recently added entries. Both companies had been developing television systems of their own and recognized Farnsworth as a competitor. Find out about reality TV popularity, viewership, and overnight ratings success - and how to be a. Some critics argue that outright racism (unfair treatment of people because of their race) was the reason that so few minorities appeared on television.