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Martz Communications Group - Stations - Formerly Owned
... stations were previously owned by Martz, and sold February 1, 2008 to the Stephens Media Group Canton, New York – WRCD, WNCQ Massena, New York – WMSA Morristown, New York ... However, on January 31, 2012 Martz ceased operations of the HD feeds and the translators, due to financial and signal difficulties ...
Martz Communications Group
... Martz Communications Group is an American radio broadcasting company, which operates three radio stations in the St ... The company was founded in 1986 by Tim Martz, a native of Kitchener, Ontario who established a radio station in Presque Isle, Maine, taking advantage of the market across the border in New Brunswick ... Slaight's ownership stake in Martz was not part of that company's sale of most of its broadcasting assets to Astral Media in 2007 ...
Martz Observatory
... Martz Observatory is a public, not-for-profit organization devoted to the amateur astronomer ... and eventually named after, Marshall Martz, an amateur astronomer from Jamestown, NY who built the first large telescope (a 30 inch reflector) ever used at the observatory ... The Marshall Martz Memorial Astronomical Association, Inc ...
Aetosaurs - Naming Controversy
... Spielmann, were accused of "intellectual theft" by paleontologists Jeff Martz, Mike Taylor, Matt Wedel, and Darren Naish, who claimed that they knew that ... According to Martz, Taylor, Wedel, and Naish, the authors rushed to publish their own name before Parker could publish his ... In 2002, Martz came to the same conclusion in an unpublished thesis ...
Mike Martz - NFL Coaching Career - St. Louis Rams - Head Coach
2001 saw the Rams cruise to a 14–2 record (with Martz's signature Greatest Show on Turf offense, behind two-time league MVP Kurt Warner) and the NFC West title ... Martz's Rams went on to win the NFC Championship game against the Eagles before losing in Super Bowl XXXVI to New England ... Faulk was also not the factor he had been in previous years, although many faulted Martz for his tendency to emphasize the pass too much and not run Faulk more ...