Monthly Archives: September 2016


TV80

The Sinclair TV80, also known as the Flat Screen Pocket TV or FTV1, was a pocket television launched by Sinclair Research in 1984. Unlike Sinclair’s earlier

all-about-flat-screen-tv-standsAll About Flat Screen TV stands
from TerroWhite, ago in


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List of smart TV platforms and middleware software

The following list encompasses notable smart TV platforms and application software that are used as software framework and middleware platforms used by

app-per-smart-tv-un-progetto-realeApp per Smart TV – Un Progetto Reale
from AntonioGrasso6, ago in
Un Progetto Reale per il Digital Marketing con le Smart TV. Approfondisci su http://www.dbi.srl

Smart TV Remote GUİDE
voho, published 2010, 0 pages


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Jewelry Television

Jewelry Television is an American television network, formerly called "America’s Collectibles Network." It has an estimated reach of more than 80 million

ewave-tveWave TV
from suegreutmannphillips, ago in
Looking for talented Musicians and Filmmakers to broadcast on eWave TV – America’s First Multi-Channel Online Television Network – Looking for Talent and Quality Shows for All 20 eWave TV Networks. http://phillipsinternational.weebly.com/ewave-tv.html


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Future TV Co. Ltd.

Future TV (Chinese: 未来电视; pinyin: Weilai Dianshi) is a subsidiary of China Network Television (CNTV), the official online division of Chinese national

future-of-tv-deck-2016future of TV deck 2016
from GEORGESMONTY, ago in

Post-TV: Piracy, Cord-Cutting, and the Future of Television
Michael Strangelove, published 2015, 360 pages


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List of programs broadcast by the Israeli Educational Television

programs currently, formerly, and soon to be broadcast by the Israeli Educational Television. This is a list of prominent IETV TV shows currently and formerly

net-collection-catalog-projectNET Collection Catalog Project
from WGBH_Archives, ago in
AAPB team presented on the National Educational Television (NET) Collection Catalog Project on November 21, 2015 at AMIA in Portland, Oregon.

Children’s Learning From Educational Television: Sesame Street and Beyond
Shalom M. Fisch, published 2014, 280 pages


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