Channels

  • (noun): Official routes of communication.
    Example: "You have to go through channels"

Some articles on channels, channel:

Internet Relay Chat Subculture - Overview
... Channels are the "chat rooms" on said networks ... IRC channel operators (commonly referred to as chops or chanops) are the individuals who run any given channel ... many different IRC networks, and across those networks there are usually large numbers of IRC channels, there are some unifying features common to the social structures of ...
Bell Media - Operations
... television stations in Ontario, one in British Columbia as well as two cable-only channels, one in Alberta and the other in Atlantic Canada Bell Media Television also owns 30 cable television specialty channels ... companies which operate similar channels, and primarily concentrated in the following genres Genre Key channels Foreign partner Sports TSN, RDS, TSN2, RDS2 others ESPN (par ...
EIA-608 - Channels
... EIA-608 defines four channels of caption information, so that a program could, for example have captions in four different languages ... There are two channels, called 1 and 2 by the standard, in each of the two fields of a frame ... However, the channels are often presented to users numbered simply as CC1-2 for the odd field and CC3-4 for the even field ...
Public-access Television - Outside The U.S.
... There are Public-access television or Community television channels in other countries, notably in Scandinavia, Western Europe, Canada and Australia ... In Germany, Norway and Sweden there are "Open channels" ... In most countries Public-access television channels are broadcast on cable but in Australia, Denmark and Norway Terrestrial television transmission is common (UHF or digital) ...
List Of Television Stations In Sweden - Pan-Nordic Channels
... Channels that mostly target the Nordic countries ... Most channels carry subtitles and/or audio in Swedish ...

Famous quotes containing the word channels:

    It is worth the while to detect new faculties in man,—he is so much the more divine; and anything that fairly excites our admiration expands us. The Indian, who can find his way so wonderfully in the woods, possesses an intelligence which the white man does not,—and it increases my own capacity, as well as faith, to observe it. I rejoice to find that intelligence flows in other channels than I knew. It redeems for me portions of what seemed brutish before.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    As every pool reflects the image of the sun, so every thought and thing restores us an image and creature of the supreme Good. The universe is perforated by a million channels for his activity. All things mount and mount.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    People between twenty and forty are not sympathetic. The child has the capacity to do but it can’t know. It only knows when it is no longer able to do—after forty. Between twenty and forty the will of the child to do gets stronger, more dangerous, but it has not begun to learn to know yet. Since his capacity to do is forced into channels of evil through environment and pressures, man is strong before he is moral. The world’s anguish is caused by people between twenty and forty.
    William Faulkner (1897–1962)