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  2. CNN - Wikipedia

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    CNN Pipeline was the name of a paid subscription service, its corresponding website, and a content delivery client that provided streams of live video from up to four sources (or "pipes"), on-demand access to CNN stories and reports, and optional pop-up "news alerts" to computer users.

  3. News Patrol - Wikipedia

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    News Patrol is an hourly news bulletin of Kapamilya Channel which was aired from September 5, 2005, to May 5, 2020, replacing ABS-CBN News Advisory at the former ABS-CBN.The news bulletin was suspended on May 5, 2020, after ABS-CBN was forced to cease and desist its free TV broadcasting operations given by the order of the NTC.

  4. iOS jailbreaking - Wikipedia

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    Motivation. One of the reasons for jailbreaking is to expand the feature set limited by Apple and its App Store. Apple checks apps for compliance with its iOS Developer Program License Agreement before accepting them for distribution in the App Store.

  5. AOL - Wikipedia

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    News reports in late 2005 identified companies such as Yahoo!, Microsoft, and Google as candidates for turning AOL into a joint venture. Those plans were abandoned when it was revealed on December 20, 2005, that Google would purchase a 5% share of AOL for $1 billion. 2006–2009: Rebranding and decline

  6. WRAL-TV - Wikipedia

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    WRAL has received award nominations for news 32 times, tying Nashville station WTVF in the 2012 Mid-South Regional Emmy Awards and won 11. WRAL took home the Emmy for News Excellence, Evening Newscast, Breaking News, Serious Feature News Report, Light Feature News Report, Light Feature News Series, Interactivity, Promo Spot News Same Day, Promo Spot News Image, Graphics Arts, and News Writing.

  7. The Weather Channel - Wikipedia

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    The Weather Channel was founded on July 18, 1980, by television meteorologist John Coleman (who had served as a chief meteorologist at ABC owned-and-operated station WLS-TV in Chicago and as a forecaster for Good Morning America) and Frank Batten, then-president of the channel's original owner Landmark Communications (now Landmark Media Enterprises).

  8. 2009 Red River flood - Wikipedia

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    Government officials handed out evacuation alerts to 850 residents. Forty homes north of Winnipeg were evacuated, while dozens of homes were flooded due to ice jams. On Thursday, March 26, some 95 elderly and special needs people were evacuated from the Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation.

  9. Tubbs Fire - Wikipedia

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    News and social media coverage. The fire was covered extensively and in depth by news outlets from around the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. In addition to local coverage, CNN and Fox News were on scene in Sonoma County, focusing primarily on northern Santa Rosa.