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television channel

[′tel·ə‚vizh·ən ‚chan·əl]
(communications)
A band of frequencies 6 megahertz wide in the television broadcast band, available for assignment to a television broadcast station.
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If an FM and a TV station share a common tower or are on nearby towers, workers for the TV station could face RF hazards unless the FM reduces or turns off power.
It is estimated that at least 250 TV stations will choose to go off the air, while 1,000 will be repacked.
The prime minister was very positive [with regard] to creating a method of cooperation that would preserve the rights of TV stations," Talal Makdessi, chair of the board of directors of Tele Liban, said after meeting with the premier in the Grand Serail Monday.
The six TV stations being acquired are part of previous takeover deals of Gray and Excalibur with Hoak Media LLC and Parker Broadcasting Inc respectively, Nexstar said.
Churchill Media, based in Eugene and owned by Suzanne Arlie, has bought a local TV station and has started airing Spanish-language programs on it.
Last year, local newspaper sites pulled 50 percent ($81 million) share of total video ad revenue, compared to TV station sites' 20 percent ($32 million).
The sale would include Clear Channel TV stations in Little Rock--Fox affiliate KLRT-TV, Channel 16, and CW affiliate KASN-TV, Channel 38--and Memphis.
The NBC owned-and-operated TV station and the Knight Ridder newspaper will also swap advertising space and airtime.
The section on which the stock of the Tokyo-based commercial TV station will be listed will be decided after the public offering price for the stock is determined on July 27, the TSE said.
TV stations earn large and fast growing income from advertisements.
German TV stations quoted local residents as witnessing what looked like fire balls in the sky.
By that date, according to the must-carry clause in the Satellite Home Viewer Improvement Act, DirecTV and EchoStar will have to carry every single one of the 23 TV stations in Los Angeles, the 23 in New York, 22 in San Francisco, 18 in D.