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  2. NBC - Wikipedia

    NBC is the home broadcaster of some of the longest-running television series in American history, including the news program Meet the Press (debuted 1947); Today (debuted 1952); The Tonight Show (debuted nationally 1954); and Saturday Night Live (debuted 1975).

  3. NHL on NBC - Wikipedia

    NBC also produced two games per week in high definition, up from one in 2005–06. The newly titled NHL on NBC Game of the Week returned on January 13, 2007, with three regional games (between the Los Angeles and St. Louis Blues, Boston Bruins and New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers) at 2 p.m. Eastern Time.

  4. NBA on NBC - Wikipedia

    The NBA on NBC is the branding used for presentations of National Basketball Association (NBA) games produced by the NBC television network in the United States. NBC held broadcast rights from 1955 to 1962 and again from 1990 (when it obtained the rights from CBS) to 2002.

  5. Greenville, South Carolina - Wikipedia,_South_Carolina

    Districts 22–25 of the South Carolina House of Representatives cover portions of Greenville, as do state senate districts 6–8. The city is within South Carolina's 4th congressional district, represented by William Timmons since 2019. Attractions. As the largest city in the Upstate, Greenville offers many activities and attractions ...

  6. NBC Owned Television Stations - Wikipedia

    After NBC Weather Plus was shut down in late 2008, WNBC launched a replacement programming of local information, news and livestyle as NBC New York Nonstop in March 2009 using LXTV programs. In January 2009, Local Media and Fox Television Stations set up a local news sharing service starting with their Philadelphia stations after testing since ...

  7. 2008 South Carolina Learjet 60 crash - Wikipedia

    Aircraft and crew. The aircraft involved was a Learjet 60 that had first flown in 2006, receiving its airworthiness certificate on December 14. It was powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW305A turbofan engines and had 108.5 flight hours with 123 take off and landing cycles.

  8. Charleston, South Carolina - Wikipedia,_South_Carolina

    The Liberty Flag used by Moultrie's men formed the basis of the later South Carolina flag, and the victory's anniversary continues to be commemorated as Carolina Day. Making the capture of Charlestown their chief priority, the British sent Sir Henry Clinton , who laid siege to Charleston on April 1, 1780, with about 14,000 troops and 90 ships. [49]

  9. WWAY - Wikipedia

    In contrast, WBTW in Florence, South Carolina put a fairly strong grade B signal into the area, and that station consequently remained CBS' affiliate of record for southeastern North Carolina until WJKA-TV (channel 26, now WSFX-TV, a Fox affiliate) signed on 20 years later; the former continued to serve some portions of the market until WILM-LD ...