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chronicle broadcastingの例文

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  • Former owner Chronicle Broadcasting, which owned the latter two, being liquidated.
  • Copyright 1999 San Francisco Chronicle Broadcasting real news into countries with heavy censorship has never been easy.
  • The television station became WOWT in 1975 to obtain FCC approval of its sale to Chronicle Broadcasting.
  • It was founded in 1956 as one of the radio stations of Chronicle Broadcasting Network ( ABS-CBN ).
  • In 1955, Manila Chronicle owner Eugenio Lopez, Sr . and former Congress and immediately established Chronicle Broadcasting Network ( CBN ) in 1956.
  • In the 1960s, Eugenio Lopez's Chronicle Broadcasting Network ( CBN ) acquired Alto Broadcasting System to establish what would be the most important television network in the Philippines all throughout the 1960s.
  • In April of the same year, another TV network opened, and this was the Chronicle Broadcasting Network ( CBN ), established as a radio medium in 1956 by businessmen Eugenio and Fernando Lopez.
  • In 1955, Manila Chronicle owner Eugenio Lopez, Sr . and Fernando Lopez acquired a radio-TV franchise from Congress and immediately established " Chronicle Broadcasting Network " ( CBN ) in 1956.
  • Although some smaller station group could surface unexpectedly ( as Young Broadcasting did when KRON was being sold by Chronicle Broadcasting and NBC was looking like the sure buyer ), it's more likely that a new bidder would be well connected.
  • "' ABS-CBN "'( an initialism of the network's former names, "'Alto Broadcasting System-Chronicle Broadcasting Network "') is a Filipino term which means a member of a family, and was originally introduced in 2003 during the celebration of the 50th year anniversary of Philippine television.
  • It was formed by the merger of "'Alto Broadcasting System "'( founded as Bolinao Electronics Corporation in 1946 by American electronics engineer James Lindenberg and Antonio Quirino ) and the "'Chronicle Broadcasting Network "'( founded in 1956 by media tycoon Eugenio Lopez, Sr . and his brother, the then-Philippine Vice-President Fernando Lopez ).