Commercial Breaks

Some articles on commercial breaks, commercial, break, breaks:

Side-By-Side (graphic) - By Network - RDS and TSN (Canada)
... the British feed, it was able to initially use ITV's commercial breaks ... transfer of F1 rights to the BBC (and the fact that the BBC feed does not contain commercial breaks), Side-By-Side was introduced for F1 races on TSN beginning in ... TSN also uses split-screen commercial breaks whenever it is simulcasting an ESPN event that uses Side-By-Side ...
Loony On The Bus - Track Listing
... All tracks credited to Roy Harper "No Change (Ten Years Ago)" – (321) (from Commercial Breaks) "Sail Away" – (447) (from Commercial Breaks) "I Wanna Be Part Of The News" – (334) (from Commercial Breaks) "Bu ...
The Daily Show - Global Editions
... due to content, language, length or commercial references ... In addition, the placement of commercial breaks followed the UK format, with one break midway through the show rather than several short breaks at various points ... Free-to-air digital channel ABC2 began broadcasting the show without commercial breaks in March 2010, but discontinued in January 2011 when The Comedy ...
24 (TV series) - Production - Design
... the course of one hour, with time continuing to elapse during the commercial breaks ... Mundane events, such as travel, sometimes occur during commercial breaks and thus these events are largely unseen ... viewing time if episodes are broadcast with commercial breaks of set duration inserted at the points prescribed by the episode ...
... Superhost would appear during commercial breaks, cracking jokes, showing skits, and talking to the TV audience ... On! banner, with Superhost appearing during commercial breaks during one episode each of The Munsters and Batman from 11 a.m ... a cartoon thrown in), and Superhost appearing during commercial breaks, all under the Supe's On with the Three Stooges! banner from 11 a.m ...

Famous quotes containing the words breaks and/or commercial:

    Though they be mad and dead as nails,
    Heads of the characters hammer through daisies;
    Break in the sun till the sun breaks down,
    And death shall have no dominion.
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)

    It is only by not paying one’s bills that one can hope to live in the memory of the commercial classes.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)