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Does the MLB on TBS package really benefit fans and viewers?

Dating back to when Ted Turner owned SuperStation WTBS, the network has aired baseball. At first, it was the Atlanta Braves as Turner owned both the team and the station and Ted was using the games for much needed programming for the summer. Show More Summary

White supremacist David Duke qualifies for Senate debate

Raycom Media commissioned an independent poll to determine which candidates to include in its Nov. 2 debate in New Orleans, which will air live on its TV stations across much of the state. Any candidate with 5 percent or more in that poll received an invite — and Duke narrowly hit the mark, getting 5.1 percent in the telephone survey done by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research.

At Seattle TV stations, health “news” increasingly consists of PR for area hospitals

In June 2016, KIRO-7, the CBS affiliate in Seattle, aired a special program hosted by the station’s morning news anchors John Knicely and Michelle Millman called “Health Evolution: Fighting Cancer from Within.” The introduction to the program states, “Some of the biggest cancer breakthroughs are happening right now in Seattle. Breakthroughs that are turning death […]

Paula Deen Just Announced This Unexpected News We Didn't See Coming

Paula Deen has announced to her fans that she's returning to TV. The new show is called Positively Paula and it will air on various local news stations around the country starting Oct. 15. Based on the sizzle real and episode menu, it...Show More Summary

Recharge Wrap-up: Tesla lane detection video, H2 station locator app

Autopilot 8.0 gets compared to older versions. Renault Zoe competes in e-Rallye Monte Carlo for third year. Air Liquide celebrates Hydrogen Day with a helpful app. UPS adds more hybrid trucks to its fleet. Continue reading Recharge Wrap-up:...Show More Summary

Hurricane Matthew tore 'school bus'-size holes in a building that SpaceX uses to prepare spacecraft

When Hurricane Matthew pounded Florida's eastern coast on Friday, it damaged quite a few buildings at Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Although the storm dealt most of its damage to NASA facilities, a giantShow More Summary

Missouri Leaders Continue Call for F-35s at Whiteman AFB

Top Missouri Democrats and Republicans support stationing F-35s at Whiteman Air Force Base.

Stream UFC 204 live: Watch Michael Bisping fight Dan Henderson tonight

The complete UFC 204 fight card will air later this evening (Sat., Oct. 8, 2016) on two different stations -- FOX Sports 1 and pay-per-view (PPV) -- as well as online via "Fight Pass" digital network. UFC 204's "Prelims" undercard will begin at 7 p.m. Show More Summary

The Score – Classical music celebrates 50 years of Trek

2 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi :

All Classical Portland the public classical radio station of Portland, Oregon produces a radio show called “The Score” which focuses on film music. Their latest episode celebrates the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, airing Saturday October 8 at 2PM PST. Show More Summary

Hurricane Matthew Is a Nightmare Scenario for Kennedy Space Center

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

All signs are pointing toward deadly hurricane Matthew slamming directly into Space Coast—home to Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station—on Friday. If that unfortunate prediction comes true, it’ll be the worst storm to hit the iconic Florida spaceport since it was built in 1962. Read more...

Review: ‘Christine’

Christine Chubbuck was a TV reporter at a station in Sarasota, Florida when on July 15, 1974 while reporting live on air, the production team was unable to switch to a video that she had just announced, so instead she read a few lines she wrote for the occasion — “In keeping with Channel 40’s policy of bringing you the […]

College Marching Band Takes a Knee, Station Won't Air Game

In what its parent company's CEO is calling a "protest to a protest," ESPN affiliate radio station 101.1 FM (WFAY) is turning its back on broadcasting East Carolina University's football game Saturday against South Florida after members of the ECU marching band took a knee during the national anthem...

North Carolina radio station won’t air ECU game after marching band protest

3 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

A radio station in Fayetteville, N.C., said it will not air this weekend’s East Carolina University football game because of the “shameful disrespect” the school’s marching band displayed while protesting police killings during the national anthem. “Several members of the band refused to play the national anthem and others ‘took a knee’ during the performance, […]

Hi Haters: ESPN Fayetteville Radio Refuses To Air ECU Game Over Marching Band’s National Anthem Protest

ESPN Radio Station Refusing To Air ECU Game Over Marching Band’s National Anthem Protest Once again, the spirit of Colin Kaepernick has manifested itself in yet another public display of protest at a sporting event, and once again “they” hatin’.

Radio station won't air East Carolina game after band members knelt during national anthem

East Carolina band members were warned by school officials Monday that kneeling during the national anthem will no longer be tolerated. But apparently that wasn’t good enough for Fayetteville ESPN, a radio station that carries Marching Pirates football games. Colonial Media and Entertainment announced...

North Carolina radio station refusing to air ECU game after band members’ protest

“I’ve decided that ESPN Fayetteville will ‘protest the protest,’” the station’s parent company CEO wrote. The ECU Band was boo'ed loudly during halftime of today's game. — Pirate Radio (@pirateradio1250) October...Show More Summary

Houston, we have a dust problem: CSU-developed air samplers are spacebound

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) conduct research, fix equipment, perform space walks... and they vacuum.

Houston, we have a dust problem: CSU-developed air samplers are spacebound

(Colorado State University) Astronauts aboard the International Space Station conduct research, fix equipment, perform space walks... and they vacuum. A portable air quality sampler based on the 'TPS100 (thermophoretic sampler),' a device developed collaboratively by Pittsburgh's RJ Lee Group and Colorado State University, will soon take a ride up to the ISS.

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