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Abbr. for National Building Code. NBFU Abbr. for “National Board of Fire Underwriters.”
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In the coming weeks, additional "PBC on NBC" on-air personalities will be announced along with future show airdates and times for NBC and NBCSN telecasts.
SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES: Michael Badalucco, ``The Practice,'' ABC; Benjamin Bratt, ``Law & Order,'' NBC; Steve Harris, ``The Practice,'' ABC; Steven Hill, ``Law & Order,'' NBC; Noah Wyle, ``ER,'' NBC.
NBC Universal is excited that DIRECTV will be offering NBC's coverage of the 2006 Olympic Winter Games," commented David Zaslav, president, NBC Universal Cable.
This February, NBC Universal will present the 2006 Olympic Winter Games from Torino, Italy (February 10-26, 2006).
The cuts at NBC have been a long time coming, but they're also only the beginning,'' said Hyman.
Entertainment, news and media organizations both within and outside of the United States that are also using Teletrax for the tracking of news video, advertising or promotional content include BBC, Buena Vista Television, ABC Television Network, Tribune Entertainment, NBC Universal Domestic Television, Reuters Television, NBC News Channel, Advanced Results Marketing, Mercury Media, Media Review International, Internet Broadcasting Systems and Medialink.
ACTOR, COMEDY SERIES: Kelsey Grammer, ``Frasier,'' NBC.
Part 1,'' HBO; ``From the Earth to the Moon: 1968, Part 4,'' HBO; ``Gia,'' HBO; ``Merlin, Part 1,'' NBC.
Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Jennifer Garner, ``Alias,'' ABC; Mariska Hargitay, ``Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,'' NBC; Amber Tamblyn, ``Joan of Arcadia,'' CBS; Edie Falco, ``The Sopranos,'' HBO; Allison Janney, ``The West Wing,'' NBC.
We'll have the Olympics and all the other popular programming that NBC carries, like Frasier, Friends, Eli, and with that comes more audience and more advertising, so our revenue will go up.
Congress has followed suit by allocating hundreds of millions of dollars in recent years to help train first responders--firefighters, police officers, emergency medical personnel--and the National Guard to deal with the aftermath of a terrorist attack involving NBC weapons.