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  2. 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 ...

  3. The West | Ken Burns | PBS

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    A nine-part series chronicling the turbulent history of one of the most extraordinary landscapes on earth. Beginning when the land belonged only to Native Americans and ending in the 20th century ...

  4. A 7-year-old Texas girl has been found dead two days after being reported missing, and a FedEx driver who made a delivery to her home shortly before she disappeared was arrested in her death ...

  5. Watch CBS News live and get the latest, breaking news headlines of the day for national news and world news today.

  6. World Cup Knockout Stage; Tyson Fury's Boxing Return: What’s On This Weekend in TV Sports (December 3-4) R. Thomas Umstead published 2 December 22. A look at the weekend's top TV sports events on broadcast, cable and streaming services

  7. CBS Corporation | History, Shows, & Facts | Britannica

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    CBS Corporation, formerly (1928–74) Columbia Broadcasting System and (1974–97) CBS Inc., major American mass-media company that operates the CBS national television network and that includes the Simon & Schuster publishing groups and the Showtime cable network, among other holdings. The company was incorporated in 1927 as United Independent Broadcasters, Inc. Its name was changed a year ...

  8. Mutual Broadcasting System - Wikipedia

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    In early 1999, Westwood One announced it was dropping the Mutual name in favor of CNN Radio, which it began distributing through a deal with Time Warner's Turner Broadcasting System. A former member of the Mutual news team described the end: "Official time of Mutual Radio's death was Midnight 4/17/99.

  9. A storm system is pushing through the mainland and southcentral sections of the state. Snowfall is expected to total 1-2 inches for Anchorage and the valleys. The storm will arrive overnight in the Panhandle, dropping light amounts of snow there too. Winds will remain gusty through the evening and Thursday.

  10. WarnerMedia - Wikipedia

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    This would leave a smaller company made up of Turner Broadcasting, Warner Bros. and HBO. On February 28, 2008, co-chairmen and co-CEOs of New Line Cinema Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne resigned from the 40-year-old movie studio in response to Jeffrey Bewkes's demand for cost-cutting measures at the studio, which he intended to dissolve into Warner ...

  11. News | Boston.com

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