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  2. TBS (American TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    The 1980s also saw WTBS begin to venture into original programming, in 1980, the station premiered Tush, a late night sketch comedy and variety series hosted and developed by comedian Bill Tush (who had hosted newsbriefs and, occasionally, movie presentations for WTBS, in addition to serving as a staff announcer), with Jan Hooks (who would later gain fame during her stint as a cast member on ...

  3. S4 | E47 November 23, 2022 Wednesdays 8/7c AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament Finals: Ricky Starks vs. Ethan Page

  4. TNT (American TV network) - Wikipedia

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    Prior to the launch of the channel in 1988, the Turner Network Television name had been utilized by the Turner Broadcasting System for an ad hoc syndication service which produced and distributed various sporting events for carriage on Turner's Atlanta, Georgia superstation WTBS (channel 17, now WPCH-TV, which was separated from its national cable feed, TBS, in October 2007) as well as ...

  5. NHL Network (American TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    History. Launched on October 1, 2007, the NHL Network was developed out of a joint venture between the NHL and cable provider Comcast, as part of a broadcast rights agreement that resulted in the NBC Sports Network (then known as Outdoor Life Network) acquiring partial cable television rights to regular season, and Stanley Cup playoff and finals games from the National Hockey League.

  6. Braves TBS Baseball - Wikipedia

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    History 1970s. Coverage of the Atlanta Braves was perhaps TBS's signature program during its early years. Ted Turner – who had purchased WJRJ-TV (channel 17) in January 1970 (changing its call letters to WTCG shortly after the sale was finalized), when the station was simply a UHF independent station available primarily within the Atlanta market – shocked Atlanta media observers by ...

  7. Television in the United States - Wikipedia

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    TBS, whose former parent Atlanta station WTCG (now WPCH-TV) became the first "basic cable" network to be uplinked to satellite in December 1976, had converted its national feed into a conventional cable channel in October 2007; WGN-TV in Chicago was uplinked in October 1978; its national feed, WGN America, also converted into a traditional ...

  8. Boomerang (TV network) - Wikipedia

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    Boomerang is an American cable television network and streaming service owned by Warner Bros. Discovery Networks, a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Discovery.. Boomerang debuted in 1992 as a programming block on Cartoon Network, dedicated to classic animation from the WB library (including Warner Bros. Cartoons and Hanna-Barbera productions, among many others), and was eventually spun-off into its ...

  9. Olympic Channel (American TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    Olympic Channel (branded as Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA) was an American pay television sports channel owned by the NBC Olympics, a joint venture between NBC Sports and the United States Olympic Committee. It was dedicated to Olympic sports, and was a franchise of the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) Olympic Channel operation.

  10. List of programs broadcast by Discovery Kids (Latin American ...

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    This is a list of television programs currently broadcast (in first-run or reruns), scheduled to be broadcast, or formerly broadcast on Discovery Kids, a Latin American cable television channel owned by Warner Bros. Discovery. The channel was launched on November 1, 1996, and airs a mix of animated and live-action programming.

  11. What channel is the Phillies game on today? | FREE live ...

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    The Philadelphia Phillies, led by right fielder Bryce Harper, face the Atlanta Braves, led by Ronald Acuna Jr., in an NLDS game on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022 (10/14/22) at Citizens Bank Park in ...