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...became an instant sensation in Sochi last winter, when they called live daytime broadcasts with Gannon on NBC Sports' cable network. Many viewers tuned in particularly to see what outrageous outfit Weir would be wearing. Hamilton, Bezic and Hammond...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/2014-10-22
Arts & Entertainment

...of Gareth Edwards' Hollywood Godzilla.Nihon Eiga also aired a special program on the 4K Godzilla project on its cable network, which broadcasts to 7.5 million households in Japan.Restoring movie classics into 4K might do wonders for the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/2014-08-27
Arts & Entertainment

...walk, big blue eyes and frowny face will play a chronically overlooked pet-store cat. The twist, according to the cable network, is the 12-year-old girl who can communicate with her.The live-action movie is aptly named "Grumpy Cat's...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/2014-06-11-1
Arts & Entertainment
Anchorman 2 an exception to rule

...of crushing, humiliating defeats only to be followed by stratospheric redemptions. Before long, the new upstart cable network, GNN, is at his door, offering him a job and a wad of cash to start. Ron's game, but he first must assemble...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/2013-12-25-0
Arts & Entertainment

...The 120th and final episode of The Fugitive is set to air Sunday night on Memorable Entertainment Television, a cable network, and it will be well worth catching.The program started out in black and white in 1963 as the story of a doctor...

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Community

...Telemundo had 1.05 million, ION Television had 1.04 million and the CW had 780,000.ESPN was the most-watched cable network last week, averaging 3.1 million viewers in prime time. TBS had 2.6 million, The Disney Channel had 2.2 million...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/2013-10-02-0
Arts & Entertainment

...Gubernatorial candidates face off by phone Poll shows Ulmer closed gap with Murkowski Two shows still open New cable network takes on fine living Irreverent cartoon history may offend major religions Photo feature: Making music What's...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...misdemeanor for using the Alaska state seal on silver commemorative coins that were sold on QVC, the home shopping cable network, in 1997. A replica of the state seal was on one side and a design commemorating the Gold Rush centennial was on...

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Opens Friday, Sep 16, 2011 Synopsis: Barry Pepper stars as stock-car racing legend Dale Earnhardt in this made-for-cable drama. Dale was raised by Ralph Earnhardt (J.K. Simmons), a proud man who worked at a mill to feed and clothe his family but found true satisfaction rebuilding jalopies in his garage and racing them at local events on the weekends. Ralph was a minor legend in Southern stock-car racing, and when Dale dropped out of high school to follow his own passion for racing, he started out in his father's shadow -- and with no illusions about the odds stacked against him. But after more than a decade of struggle, Dale finally began to break into the big leagues in the late '70s, and in time he became the biggest money maker in NASCAR history, tying with the great Richard Petty as the winner of the Winston Cup trophies. But the lessons Dale learned from his father took on a deeper meaning when his own teenage son, Dale Jr. (Chad McCumbee), also decided to take up racing at the age of 16 -- and Dale tried to keep his hot-headed son away from the track. Named for Earnhardt's racing number, 3: The Dale Earnhardt Story debuted on the ESPN cable network on December 11, 2004, and was released on home video shortly afterward. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Barry Pepper, Elizabeth Mitchell, J.K. Simmons, Chad McCumbee Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

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Opens Friday, Sep 16, 2011 Synopsis: Barry Pepper stars as stock-car racing legend Dale Earnhardt in this made-for-cable drama. Dale was raised by Ralph Earnhardt (J.K. Simmons), a proud man who worked at a mill to feed and clothe his family but found true satisfaction rebuilding jalopies in his garage and racing them at local events on the weekends. Ralph was a minor legend in Southern stock-car racing, and when Dale dropped out of high school to follow his own passion for racing, he started out in his father's shadow -- and with no illusions about the odds stacked against him. But after more than a decade of struggle, Dale finally began to break into the big leagues in the late '70s, and in time he became the biggest money maker in NASCAR history, tying with the great Richard Petty as the winner of the Winston Cup trophies. But the lessons Dale learned from his father took on a deeper meaning when his own teenage son, Dale Jr. (Chad McCumbee), also decided to take up racing at the age of 16 -- and Dale tried to keep his hot-headed son away from the track. Named for Earnhardt's racing number, 3: The Dale Earnhardt Story debuted on the ESPN cable network on December 11, 2004, and was released on home video shortly afterward. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Barry Pepper, Elizabeth Mitchell, J.K. Simmons, Chad McCumbee Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

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