Time Slot

  • (noun): A time assigned on a schedule or agenda.
    Example: "The TV program has a new time slot"
    Synonyms: slot

Some articles on time, time slot, slot:

Startalk - History - 2008-2009: Tolentino's Crisis, Competition With Other Shows
... husband Fernandez's death, Lorna appeared live for the last time on "Startalk" as special guest ... she told stories about her recent trip to Jerusalem which gave her time to heal emotional wounds brought about by Daboy's death ... In the Philippine television industry, the 2 pm to 4 pm time slot was widely regarded as a "dead time slot" primarily because no advertiser would place their ...
Transmux - Usage
... that is, each bit of DS1 signal time slot is spread over the entire DS3 frame one bit at a time ... In a SONET signal, each payload time slot exists with all bits contiguously within its time slot, so in order to covert (transcode) DS1s into VT1.5s, all bit must be extracted from a DS3 ...
The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien - History - Dispute Over Timeslot and Host
... outlets reported that beginning March 1, 2010, Jay Leno would move from his 10 pm weeknight time slot to 1135 pm, due to a combination of pressure from affiliates and both Leno's and O'Brien's poor ratings ... offered two choices the hour-long 1205 am time slot, or the option to leave the network ... Leno would likely regain the Tonight Show title as well as the full 1135 pm to 1235 am time slot ...
Dirty Sexy Money - Broadcast History - International Distribution
... January 9, 2008, the date on which replacement series Cashmere Mafia assumed the time slot ... of 11 filmed unaired episodes available, assumed the slot on February 27, 2008, potentially for the balance of the spring season ... Season 2 commenced airing on E4 in a new time slot ...

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