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  1. Dolly Parton (2469 bytes)
    14: ...r entertainment career singing on local radio and television as a child. She already had a small label and ma...
  2. Johnny Carson (2736 bytes)
    5: [[Category:American television personalities|Carson, Johnny]]
    21: ...y of Nebraska]] in 1949. Carson got his start on television and radio in his home state of Nebraska before mo...
    28: ...my Awards]] and was inducted as a member to the [[Television Academy Hall of Fame]] in 1987. He was also awar...
  3. November 13 (1344 bytes)
    5: ...rk]], [[:Category:SNL cast members]], [[:Category:Television actors]], [[:Category:Voice actors]], [[:Category...
  4. Reba McEntire (2117 bytes)
    4: [[Category:Television actors|McEntire, Reba]]
    14: ... is still producing hits today and even has a hit television show: ''[[Reba]].'' She has also had supporting ...
  5. Chevy Chase (3002 bytes)
    8: [[Category:Television actors|Chase, Chevy]]
    11: ...'Chevy Chase''', is a comedian, writer, film, and television actor.
    32: ...and his next three films were flops. He hosted a television talk show in 1993, but it was canceled after only...
  6. Mike Myers (2455 bytes)
    9: [[Category:Television actors|Myers, Mike]]
    17: ...nal comedy troupe in [[Toronto]]. He had several television roles in Great Britain, including a children’s ...
  7. Gilda Radner (2391 bytes)
    8: [[Category:Television actors|Radner, Gilda]]
  8. John Belushi (2444 bytes)
    11: [[Category:Television actors|Belushi, John]]
  9. Meredith Baxter (1777 bytes)
    1: ...r sitcom, family ties. Baxter began her career in television in the early [[1970s]], starring in [[sitcom]]s s...
    3: ...ly Ties]]'', Baxter continued to work in film and television. She was nominated for another emmy in 1992 for h...
    5: ...]], to a family with strong ties to hollywood and television. Her parents were [[Whitney Blake]], actress and ...
    7: Baxter continues to work in [[film]] and [[television]] today.
    11: [[Category:Television actors|Baxter, Meredith]]
  10. Dan Aykroyd (2763 bytes)
    15: [[Category:Television actors|Aykroyd, Dan]]
    22: ... members of the [[United States|American]] weekly television special ''[[Saturday Nigh Live]]'' from 1975 to 1...
  11. Barbara Walters (2243 bytes)
    6: [[Category:Television journalists|Walters, Barbara]]
  12. Bubble boy (1697 bytes)
    13: ...[[The Boy in the Plastic Bubble]]. This made for television movie enlightened the public to the strife faced ...
  13. Tanya Tucker (2022 bytes)
    7: ...[country music]] singer. She has also made a few television and movie appearances and written an autobiograph...
  14. Glen Campbell (2143 bytes)
    1: ...can]] [[country music]] singer. He also hosted a television show in the 1970’s. Campbell was born into a f...
    3: ...n" and "Galveston". Campbell began his career in television after hosting as a replacement for the [[Smothers...
  15. Bette Midler (2176 bytes)
    11: [[Category:Television actors|Midler, Bette]]
    22: ... "The Stepford Wives". She has also made several television appearances, including one memorable episode of ...
  16. Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (4070 bytes)
    5: ... the name of the performer who plays him on the [[television]] series, [[Will Smith]], the character was devel...
    28: ...e of the funniest [[situation comedy|sitcoms]] on television, this show brought light to many social issues in...
  17. Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (2419 bytes)
    1: ... Cosby]], and evolved from a [[comic strip]] to a television series first popularized during the [[1970s]]. C...
    5: ...artoon]] and later became the subject of made for television documentaries, movies and even a feature [[film]]...
    34: [[Category:Animated television series]]
    35: [[Category: Children's television series]]
  18. November 17 (15131 bytes)
    27: ...ers]], [[:Category:Talk show hosts]], [[:Category:Television actors]]
    80: ...ns]], [[:Category:SNL cast members]], [[:Category:Television actor]], [[:Category:Torontonians]], [[:Category:...
    84: ...ers]], [[:Category:American actors]], [[:Category:Television actors]], [[:Category:Hollywood Walk of Fame]], [...
    92: ...[[:Category:People from California]], [[:Category:Television actors]]
  19. Mary Ingalls (1134 bytes)
    5: When the books were made into a television series, Mary was portrayed by [[Melissa Sue Ander...
  20. November 16 (8895 bytes)
    26: ...ategory:CBS network shows]], [[:Category:Animated television series]], [[:Category:Hollywood Walk of Fame]]
    37: ..., [[musician]], [[solo]], [[musical ensemble]], [[television]], [[radio]], [[Internet]], [[CMT]], [[MTV]], [[m...
  21. Common Alerting Protocol (3946 bytes)
    13: ...radio, and the [[Emergency Alert System]] used on television. It also has many other capabilities. Alert messa...
    17: ...casts on digital and [[public broadcasting|public television]]. These [[broadcasting|broadcasts]] were beamed ...
  22. Chick lit (2757 bytes)
    1: ...]]'s ''[[Sex and the City]]'' and the eponymous [[television program|TV series]], and [[Melissa Bank]]'s ''[[T...
  23. Alternative Media (2005 bytes)
    16: ...tlets, as well as [[Alternative Radio|radio]] and television organizations.
  24. Sex symbol (2962 bytes)
    12: ...ex-symbol status by their roles in [[film]] and [[television]]. They are often cast as characters that highlig...
    14: ... [[Boy band]]s. Others are seen on youth-oriented television stations like [[MTV]] or the [[Disney Channel]]. ...
  25. Media conglomerate (2759 bytes)
    1: ...ook]] [[publishing]], newspapers, [[website]]s, [[television]] and concerts. [[Media Institution|Media conglom...
  26. Journalism (3237 bytes)
    15: ...sm is not limited to newspapers. [[Magazine]]s, [[television]] and [[radio]] are also outlets for reporting. W...
  27. Concentration of media ownership (3307 bytes)
    5: ...rketing agreement|local markets]] for radio and [[television]] are by their nature oligopolic, whether or not ...
    7: [[Cable television]] and [[satellite radio]] may create some media v...
    15: ...ost effectively]] than a host of small [[Lists of television channels|local stations]]. This is because produc...
  28. Mass media (3552 bytes)
    5: ...[[magazine]]s, [[newspaper]]s, [[Film|movies]], [[television]], [[radio]], the [[Internet]], [[book]]s, CDs, [...
    11: In the [[20th century]], radio, television, and later the Internet, allowed communications t...
    17: The media can be broadcast on radio, television, or on the [[World Wide Web|web]]. It can also be...
  29. CNN effect (2563 bytes)
    1: ... CNN is the prototype of this theory, any major [[Television news|news station]] that provides focused, [[real...
    12: [[Category:24-hour television news channels]]
  30. McWorld (1489 bytes)
    3: ...rm McWorld, initially used by McDonald's in its [[television commercial]]s, by the mid-1990s had become a ter...
  31. Content industry (1260 bytes)
    1: ...io cassette|cassette]], the radio and [[MTV|music television]], TV shows, [[book]]s, [[magazine]]s, and all [[...
  32. Massively distributed collaboration (6112 bytes)
    28: ...rance|riots in France]]. In times of emergency, [[television]] and [[radio]] stations, firefighters and parame...
  33. Media economics (2677 bytes)
    5: ...y|entertainment industries]]. In an average year, television and [[radio station]]s spend about $150 billion o...
    9: The television and [[RAB|Radio Advertising Bureaus]] of the [[Un...
    13: ..., 610 Class A television stations, 2128 low power television stations, and 8579 signal routers, [[Repeater|boo...
    15: ...stations. The estimated total number of radio and television broadcasters in the world is approximately 65500....
  34. Media ethics (2639 bytes)
    5: ...g [[Television rating system|rating systems]] for television programs.
  35. Electronics (3776 bytes)
    1: ...ls can be in the form of audio, pictures (as in a television or computer system), or numbers and text data.
  36. Blind date (1592 bytes)
    10: Dating television shows, like the appropriately named “Blind Date...
  37. Speed dating (1820 bytes)
    3: ...ently been popularized by its emergence on dating television shows, such as The Fifth Wheel. Recently, it has ...
  38. Director's cut (1468 bytes)
    3: ...itions]] are also sometimes released of films and television shows that have been commercial successes. These ...
  39. Radio (3247 bytes)
    6: ...rimary application of radio waves is in radio and television broadcasting. This may require the use of satelli...
  40. Jennifer Aniston (2693 bytes)
    5: ...d the People’s Choice award for Favorite Female Television Performer in consecutive years (2001-2004).
    13: Aniston has graced television and movie screens in many roles since 1990 prior ...
    17: [[Category:American television actors|Aniston, Jennifer]]
  41. Journalist (1892 bytes)
    4: ... or publication in media outlets like newspapers, television, magazine, film, radio and the Internet. They fin...
  42. News presenter (1992 bytes)
    1: A '''news presenter''' presents the news via television or news shows, or the Internet, to the public. Ty...
    8: *News anchors host a radio or television show and present material prepared for a news pro...
    11: ...news presenters are the weak link in the trade of television journalism in that they misplace the credit and t...
  43. Screenplay (2854 bytes)
    7: A television program script is sometimes called a teleplay.
    14: *Television screenplays for hour-long dramas and single-camer...
  44. Bachelor party (1543 bytes)
    6: ...hese events have led to countless comic movie and television moments. Typically gag gifts are involved, or eve...
  45. Forensics (2838 bytes)
    7: ...by the comic strip character Dick Tracy. The hit television series CSI or Criminal Scene Investigation makes ...
  46. Anti-aging cream (1903 bytes)
    4: These products are heavily marketed on television and in magazines and newspapers. The target marke...
  47. Makeover (1771 bytes)
    16: Makeovers have been popularized by a variety of television shows, including “Queer Eye for the Straight Gu...
    19: [[category:television genres]]
  48. Endoscopy (2767 bytes)
    5: ...the image that is seen on an eyepiece and/or on a television screen. The endoscopes can be rigid, semi-flexibl...
  49. Law & Order (3336 bytes)
    5: ...ar in production. Through it’s extensive run on television the format has remained at a fairly constant leve...
    13: ...is in sight yet for what remains a hugely popular television crime drama.
    16: [[Category:Crime television series]]
  50. Arrested Development (2575 bytes)
    1: ...evelopment''' is the multi-award winning American television comedy, based around the dysfunction that occurs ...
    9: ...f 6 Emmys and a Golden Globe in its short life on television. But despite the accolades and critical praise th...
    13: ...created by Mitchell Hurwitz; the man behind other television successes like The Golden Girls, The Ellen Show a...
    14: [[Category:Comedy television series]]
  51. Actor (2414 bytes)
    1: ... theatre play but can also be involved in movies, television, radio or street entertainment. Female actors are...
  52. Clown (2834 bytes)
    1: ...al type of comedian that can perform on stage, in television shows, in circuses and rodeos. Several clowns wil...
  53. Executive producer (2234 bytes)
    12: ==Television==
    13: A television production (especially if it is a big one) will s...
  54. Trading card (2007 bytes)
    5: ...racters in comic book or cartoon characters, or a television series. Some of these cards are designed for play...
  55. M*A*S*H (TV series) (3434 bytes)
    3: ==M*A*S*H on Television==
    5: ...subtle humor. The series adopted a far more overt television friendly style, with punch lines and catchphrases...
    9: ...ting in the largest ever audience for an American television show, receiving nigh on 106 million viewers on it...
    13: ...emain constant throughout the book, movie and the television series. The actors may change but the characteris...
    17: ...e show came to a glorious finale with the largest television audience of all time.
  56. Global village (3321 bytes)
    8: ... in a world where visual technology like film and television were dominating.
  57. Desperate housewives (3737 bytes)
    13: ...s has become one of the most viewed and discussed television shows worldwide. With two series of the show alre...
    18: [[Category:Comedy-drama television series]]
    20: ...gory:Best Musical or Comedy Actress Golden Globe (television)]]
    21: ...t Musical or Comedy Actress Golden Globe Nominee (television)]]
    22: ...ory:Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe Nominee (television)]]
  58. Friends (4029 bytes)
    5: ...g one of the most successful formulas in American television history.
    13: ... The shows finale was hotly anticipated moment in television history. With record audience figures expected, a...
    22: ...gory:Best Musical or Comedy Actress Golden Globe (television)]]
    24: ...est Musical or Comedy Actor Golden Globe Nominee (television)]]
    25: ...ory:Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe Nominee (television)]]
  59. Magnum PI (2820 bytes)
    15: [[Category:Crime television series]]
  60. Doctor Who (3332 bytes)
    9: The Doctor has regenerated 10 times in his television life of over 40 years covering 718 episodes. The...
  61. Music-video director (1342 bytes)
    1: ...or promotion tools. They are aired on specialized television channels (i.e.: MTV, VH1) or, on a smaller scale,...
  62. Television producer (1493 bytes)
    1: ...dget and will coordinate the people involved. The television producer needs to make it clear what every person...
    4: ... especially because, if something goes wrong, the television producer is the one blamed. TVPs need to be creat...
    5: ...iated only by the crew and company. Experience in television is necessary for such a producer and most people ...
    7: [[Category:Television producers| ]]
  63. Television director (1452 bytes)
    1: ...ector''' is one of the most important people in a television production. In most cases, he/she will be the res...
    3: ==Types of television directors==
    4: ...ith more than one episode, there will be only one television director involved.
    5: When a bigger show or production is underway, the television director needs to be in charge and react quickly ...
    6: The television director needs to call the shots used and all air...
  64. Technical director (1425 bytes)
    6: If in live television, the TP will call the shots when it comes to cuei...
  65. Dinesh D'Souza (2416 bytes)
    16: D’Souza makes few television appearances, but his credits included guest spots...
  66. Ann Coulter (2559 bytes)
    11: ... She also makes frequent appearances on radio and television shows, including Politically Incorrect, The Daily...
  67. William F. Buckley, Jr. (2945 bytes)
    15: *1966: Creates Firing Line, an award-winning television series.
    22: ...makes infrequent appearances on popular radio and television programs.
  68. Cult figure (2441 bytes)
    18: ...g: Musician made famous while auditioning for the television show American Idol.
    22: * Elvira: Television personality and self-proclaimed Queen of Darkness...
    23: * Pee-Wee Herman: Television personality made famous on the children’s show ...
    26: ... famous for saying “Where’s the beef?” on a television commercial.
  69. Music video (2700 bytes)
    9: ...it first aired and viewers received the idea of a television broadcasting only video clips all day long with g...
    10: ...eos are broadcasted in several all day long music televisions. Marketing is the real reason behind the creatio...
  70. Star trek (3805 bytes)
    1: ...tar trek''' is the hugely popular science fiction television and movie franchise. The show was first aired on ...
    5: ...The Motion Picture.’’ During the 1980’s the television productions were put on hiatus whilst 3 more film...
    9: ...d cast members from the Next Generation series of television, the films were ‘’First Contact’’ (1996),...
    13: ... the big screen, it’s legacy is imbedded in the television history books and it’s popularity will no doubt...
    17: [[Category:Science fiction television series]]
  71. Surf culture (2659 bytes)
    3: ...ppearance, music, literature as well as films and television. The surfing culture is often stereotyped, but it...
  72. Subtitle (2110 bytes)
    1: ... '''subtitle''' is an on-screen text version of a television program's dialog, or an explanatory title of a wr...
    3: Subtitles are very common in moder world television, either in order to make the program accessible t...
    5: ==Television subtitles==
    7: The television subtitles are very different from the actual tran...
    9: ...self. However, it is often a matter of tradition: televisions in Italy, for example, have used dubbing for dec...
  73. Propaganda (2082 bytes)
    13: ...read by the media, whether electronic such as the television and radio or printed such as leaflets and newspap...
  74. Microwave meal (2125 bytes)
    3: ...d TV dinner (as it is mostly eaten while watching television). It is readily available across stores because o...
  75. Internet television (2138 bytes)
    1: ...''' emerged as a natural extension of traditional television and it uses the Internet to transmit broadcasts b...
    5: The most common problem encountered by television web servers nowadays is the overload. Oddly enoug...
    6: ... this industry as it is very likely that internet television will be targeted for pirating.
    9: == Types of internet television==
    16: [[Category:Internet television|*]]
  76. Cable impedance (1603 bytes)
    20: Coaxial cable used in television for unbalanced connections to antennas has a char...
  77. Esperanto (2242 bytes)
    3: ...h as world travel, correspondence, literature and television and radio broadcasting.
  78. Mumbai (2741 bytes)
    13: ...t 800 films being produced in a year, innumerable television serials, and a buzz of activity in the drama, cul...
  79. The Walt Disney Company (3105 bytes)
    9: ...Walt Disney Studios the company’s main film and television facility and corporate headquarters is located in...
    11: ...up et al. through ABC, Disney Also owns ten local television stations and 26 local radio stations. Disney also...
  80. Vivendi Universal (1994 bytes)
    1: ...dia & communications, like in the fields of music television, in films, publishing telecommunications and the ...
    5: ... by the merger of Vivendi Media Empire with Canal+television networks & Seagram of Canada. The core business h...
  81. Living statue (1873 bytes)
    5: ... method of surprising the general public, both on television and as improvised street art. Hidden camera shows...
  82. John le Carré (3513 bytes)
    12: ==Movies, Television series==
    14: ...ec Guinness as Smiley) when they were adapted for television series by BBC.
  83. Nicole Kidman (3213 bytes)
    34: [[Category:Australian television actors|Kidman, Nicole]]
  84. James Dean (2663 bytes)
    1: '''James Dean''' was an American-born film and television actor whose short life and career had a tremendou...
    8: ...study live stage acting. He landed roles in many televisions programs after that and ultimately gravitated to...
  85. Johnny Depp (3522 bytes)
    35: [[Category:American television actors|Depp, Johnny]]
  86. Cameron Diaz (2807 bytes)
    11: Other hit movies followed, including former television show, made-for-the-big screen effort Charlie’s ...
    28: [[Category:American television actors|Diaz, Cameron]]
  87. 1925 (2951 bytes)
    1: ...story as the year when the first breakthroughs in television technology have been done. Another important even...
    9: ... just 5 miles. This was the foundation for public television.
  88. 1923 (2547 bytes)
    20: * April 22 – One of the most important television producers and writers ever, Aaron Spelling.
  89. 1928 (2587 bytes)
    6: * The first television license was released on the 25th of February by t...
  90. Arthur Conan Doyle (3942 bytes)
    31: Many of his stories have been adapted for television series and for movies all over the world. Several...
  91. Aerobic exercise (1779 bytes)
    13: ... the 80’s, Richard Simmons took his aerobics to television and later to VHS. Today, fitness instructors like...
  92. Media bias in South Asia (2042 bytes)
    5: ...as can be seen being observed in the print media, television as well as academic field. Very often, the leanin...
  93. Mass media in India (2938 bytes)
    2: ...lish and vernacular print media and multiple 24/7 television channels, is catering to the news-hungry billion ...
    19: Television has brought about a sea-change in the way that In...
  94. Arabic language (3566 bytes)
    8: ...ent Arabic language, is used by the media (radio, television, books, magazines and newspapers). It is also the...
  95. Glory hunter (2005 bytes)
    5: ...ally go and see, but may regularly follow through television or match reports. This form of support exploded i...
    9: ...ion of world-wide audiences through the medium of television. Clubs with a huge fan base enjoy immense financi...
  96. Lonely Planet (2591 bytes)
    1: ...elevision production company called Lonely Planet television. It has produced three popular series till date :...
    18: [[Category:Travel television series]]
  97. Arundhati Roy (2755 bytes)
    8: ...ee '', another one of her works, was made into a television serial.
  98. Fahrenheit 451 (2895 bytes)
    5: ...reality television.” Viewers are glued to the television as they watch everyday occurrence play out in the...
    9: ...re the inspiration for the first Walkman. Reality television has become the mainstream as more and more viewer...
  99. Ray Bradbury (2514 bytes)
    9: ...s like “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” and “CBS Television Workshop.” In 1980, Rock Hudson starred in the ...
  100. Hotel (2817 bytes)
    5: ...els may provide a telephone, an alarm clock and a television. The luxurious hotels may have en suite bathrooms...

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