Color Broadcasts Began

Some articles on color, broadcasts, color broadcasts, broadcast:

Timeline Of The Introduction Of Color Television In Countries
... This is a list of when the first color television broadcasts were transmitted to the general public ... the first broadcasts were in color), such as Zanzibar, Brunei, Botswana, Laos, Burma, South Africa, Macau, Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Bhutan and Malawi ... Country Date Network or Channel Color System Notes Albania 1981 RTSH PAL Color broadcasts had been available from Yugoslavia since 1971, and Italy since 1977 ...
MV Ross Revenge - Present Day
... In August 2004, she was used for (legitimate) Radio Caroline broadcasts on 1278 kHz, while berthed on the River Thames at Tilbury ... As is usual with Restricted Service Licence broadcasts, transmission power was restricted to one watt ... Following broadcasts, she remained berthed at Tilbury, and restoration work continued on the studio, which was completely reconstructed ...
Don Wadewitz - Career - NRG/Media
... of Wisconsin at Whitewater Warhawks football broadcasts and fills in on broadcasts of men's and women's basketball games for the Warhawks ... In March, 2012, he broadcast the Warhawks women's D3 NCAA first round tournament game against Carthage College at DePauw University ... In addition, Wadewitz broadcasts high school football, basketball, softball and baseball games on AM 940 WFAW and KOOL 106.5 FM ...
Evolution (Markus Schulz Radio Show) - Broadcasts
... Evolution is broadcast each Thursday at 8pm Eastern, on Area. ...
Andy Freed
... During baseball's offseason, Freed broadcasts college basketball games for ESPN Regional ... He also did radio broadcasts for Providence College basketball, Rider University basketball, College of New Jersey football, and Baltimore Spirit soccer ... Freed started his broadcast career at his alma mater, Towson State University, where he covered various sporting events for the university's radio ...

Famous quotes containing the words began, color and/or broadcasts:

    I now first began to inhabit my house, I may say, when I began to use it for warmth as well as shelter.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    For the profit of travel: in the first place, you get rid of a few prejudices.... The prejudiced against color finds several hundred millions of people of all shades of color, and all degrees of intellect, rank, and social worth, generals, judges, priests, and kings, and learns to give up his foolish prejudice.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    We spend all day broadcasting on the radio and TV telling people back home what’s happening here. And we learn what’s happening here by spending all day monitoring the radio and TV broadcasts from back home.
    —P.J. (Patrick Jake)