America One was an American television network established in 1995 by USFR Media Group through its America One Television subsidiary. The network served over 170 LPTV, Class A, full-power and satellite affiliate stations, it was one of the first TV stations to have online live video streaming, before the tech bubble burst in 2000. At least twenty of the stations carried America One's complete 168-hour weekly transmission. In 2003, the network went through a restructuring, being placed within USFR Media Group's VOTH Network, Inc. subsidiary. In 2009, the network came under the ownership of America One Television Network, Inc. as a result of a shareholder buyout from USFR Media Group. In 2010, America One Television Network merged with B2 Broadcasting to create the holding company One Media Corp, Inc. which America One & B2 Broadcasting became subsidiaries of, while retaining their respective brand identities. According to its press release in 2013, it broadcast "5500 live and exclusive events, over 100 U.
S. Colleges, 70 professional sports teams and hundreds of top professional leagues from Asia and Europe."It was reported in September 2014 that One Media Corp had sold America One to Center Post Networks, LLC, owner of Youtoo TV. The sale was finalized sometime in spring 2015, with Center Post Networks merging the two networks, resulting in both networks being replaced by Youtoo America; the sports assets were not included in the merger, as those had been spun off to One World Sports to Eleven Sports Network in 2017. America One aired US & international sports programming in prime time. Cooking and news shows and classic movies made up the network's daytime programming; the network encouraged preemption of four hours per day of its programming for local sports, entertainment or news. America One held the U. S. broadcast rights to the Ontario Hockey League, Australian Football League, the USAR Hooters Pro Cup, the ECHL, playoffs in the Indoor Football League, the American Hockey League's all star game.
America One syndicated many of these broadcasts to various regional sports networks in the US. America One carried tape-delayed broadcasts of the English Premier League Bolton Wanderers and Everton. America One showed Midwest-based Victory Fighting M. M. A; those events were on tape delay. In 1999, America One broadcast NWA Wildside pro wrestling. America One had broadcast rights to several rugby league organizations. From 2010 the predominantly Britain-based Super League matches were shown live in addition to Australasia's National Rugby League games, they showed the American National Rugby League Grand final. America One had a longstanding partnership with the Canadian Football League that lasted through much of the 2000s. S. broadcast rights. In 2012, America One became the first American network to broadcast a Nippon Professional Baseball game on tape delay. Affiliates received four minutes per hour for ads and end breaks while having to secure cable carriage themselves. One of the stations, affiliated with America One was KPDC-LP.
From 2010 to 2015, it was owned and operated by One Media Corp, based in Dallas, which operates One CNNXT, a broadband transport company B2 Broadcasting, a premier provider of reliable and secure international high definition television transport and pay-per-view broadcasting service Youtoo America One World Sports Independent News Network American One website
This is a list of gliders/sailplanes of the world, Note: Any aircraft can glide for a short time, but gliders are designed to glide for longer. Thuner-Gleiter Hafner-Rath HR-1 Gelse Horikawa H-22 Horikawa H-23 Horikawa H-32 Haig Minibat HAL G-1 – Hindustan Aeronautics Limited – India HAL X-241 Hall Cherokee II Hall Cherokee RM Hall-Leonard Annebula Hall Ibex Hall Vector I Haller ZA-2 Halloran-Wedd Mayfly Hamburg Störtebecker Handasyde 1922 glider Handcock 1930 glider Handley Page 1909 glider Hänle H-101 Salto Hänle H-111 Hippie Hänle H-121 Globetrotter Hannover H 1 Vampyr – built by Hannoversche Waggonfabrik – a.k.a. HaWa Vampyr Hannover H 2 Greif – built by Hannoversche Waggonfabrik A. G. Hannover Hannover H 3 Hannover H 4 Hannover H 5 Hannover H 6 Pelikan – built by Hannoversche Waggonfabrik A. G. Hannover Hannover H 7 Hannover H 8 Phönix Harbich Ha-12/ 49 developed from SG-38 Harth S-1 Harth-Messerschmitt S-03 Harth-Messerschmitt S-04 Harth-Messerschmitt S-05 Harth-Messerschmitt S-06 Harth-Messerschmitt S-07 Harth-Messerschmitt S-08 Harth-Messerschmitt S-09 Harth-Messerschmitt S-10 Harth-Messerschmitt S-11 Harth-Messerschmitt S-12 Hatherleigh CAVOK Hatry Wasserratte Haufe HA-G-1 Buggie Haufe HA-S-2 Hobby Haufe HA-S-3 Hobby Haufe Dale Hawk 2 Walter Haufe & Leland Hanselman Haufe Buzzer Haufe Buzzer 2 Haufe Dale Hawk 2 Havrda SH-2H Hawkridge Dagling Hawkridge TM-2 Hawkridge Grunau Baby Hawkridge Kittiwake Hawkridge Venture HB-23/2400 Hobbyliner HB-23/2400 Scanliner Heath Super Soarer Heinkel He 162S Heinkel Greif II Heinkel Speyer Hendrikson 1908 glider Hentzens Maikäfer Hermanspann Chinook Hermanspann Chinook S Herring 1896 glider - Otto Lilienthal, Octave Chanute & Augustus Moore Herring Herring Powered Biplane glider - Augustus Moore HERRING Herring Triplan 1896 glider - Octave Chanute & Augustus Moore Herring Herring-Arnot 1897 glider - Octave Chanute & Augustus Moore Herring Hewitt 1909 glider Hick Merlin Fukuda Hikari Ken 2.2 Hill 1913 glider Hill Pterodactyl Mk.1 Hill Tetra-15 Hinkler 1912 glider Württemberg Hirth Hi 20 MoSe Hirth Hi 21 Hirth Hi 25 Kria Hirth Hi 26 MoSe II Hirth-Hütter Goevier III Hirth-Wenk-Schneider Moazagotl – Hirth Hi.
II HKS-1 V1 and V2 HKS-2 HKS-3 see:Diamond Aircraft Hoekstra T-20 Hofírkův Milan see:Diamond Aircraft Hofmann Westpreussen Hofmann Schloß Mainberg Høgslund/Traugott-Olsen 2G Hohmuth Windhund Holdsworth 1929 glider – Holdsworth, H. Holdsworth 1931 glider – Holdsworth, H. Holeka Míra 3 Lanaverre SL-2 Janus Obering. Hans Hollfelder Hollfelder Greif I – Hans Hollfender Hollfelder Greif III – Hans Hollfender Hollfelder Greif IV – Hans Hollfender Hollfelder Greif V – Hans Hollfender Holmes KH-1 Holste MH 20-P1 Holste PE-1 Honjo K-16 Kamo Honjo-Miyahara Mita 2 Horten H. I Horten H. II Horten H. III Horten H. IV Horten H. V Horten H. VI Horten H. VII Horten H. VIII Horten H. IX V1 Horten H. Xa Piernífero Horten H. Xb Piernífero Horten H. Xc Piernífero Horten H. XII Horten H. XIII Horten Ho 1B Horten Ho 1O Horten XIV Olympia Horten XVa Horten XVb Horten XVc Horten XVI Colibri Horten Ho 33A Horten Ho 33B Horten Parabel Horten Cóndor Andino – Reimar Horten aka I. A. 54 Cóndor Andino Horten-Schäfer Aachen – designed by Reimar Horten & Schäfer_ built by Christiani Wassertechnik GmbH Hosszú-Tišma 1932 triplane HpH 304 HpH 304B HpH 304C Wasp HpH 304CZ HpH 304CZ-17 HpH 304E Shark HpH 304MS Shark HpH 304S Shark HpH 304SJ Shark HpH 304TS Twin Shark Hrbek Albatros Hrbek Morava I Hrbek Přerov Hrisafovic HS-62 Cirus Hrisafovic HS-64 Huber-Schmid Zaunkönig Hug Dräckspatz II Hug Geier Hug Gimpel Hug Spyr I Hug Spyr III Hug Spyr III-A Hug Spyr IV Hug Spyr V Hug Spyr Va GBMZ Zögling (E.
A. S. Hulton Hulton 1969 hang glider Humek H-2 Metla Hunziker Cimarrón Hutchinson HS-127 Hütter Hü 17 Hütter Hi-21 Hütter HT-23 Tandemdecker Hütter Hü 28 Hütter H-30 Hütter H-30TS Hütter IMI Stekelis-Hütter 17 – Huberts Stekelis Vilnis-Hütter 17 – Edvins Vilnis Vainode Duja – A Hutter-17 type, based in Vainode. Built by the 17th Glider Aviator Group. Scott Hütter 17 (Tadeusz Chyliński / Harcerskie Warsztaty Lotnic
Beland Hugh Honderich, was a Canadian newspaper executive, the Chairman and Publisher of the Toronto Star and Chairman and President of the Torstar Corporation. Born in Kitchener, the son of John Honderich Sr. and Rae Honderich, he was a high school drop-out who worked as a cub reporter for the Kitchener-Waterloo Record before heading to Toronto. He was hired at the Star to replace reporters who went to serve in World War II, as Honderich was rejected by the RCAF due to poor eyesight. In 1955, he was appointed editor-in-chief of the Toronto Star and a director in 1956. In 1966, he was elected publisher of Toronto Star Limited. In 1976, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Torstar Corporation. In 1988, he retired as publisher and moved to Vancouver after his third marriage in 2000, he died at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver after having a stroke, his final request was for cremation. Honderich was married three times, with two sons and a daughter: John Honderich, was publisher of the Toronto Star from 1994 to 2004 David Honderich, an entrepreneur Mary Honderich and English teacheras well as six grandchildren.
His brother, the British-Canadian philosopher Ted Honderich, worked for the newspaper in the 1950s. In 1976, he was awarded an honorary LL. D. from York University. In 1977, he was awarded an honorary LL. D. from Wilfrid Laurier University. In 1986, he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. In 1989, he was awarded an honorary D. Litt. From Carleton University. Order of Canada Citation He made his mark on nation Martin, Sandra. "Beland Honderich, 86". The Globe and Mail. Pieri, Mike. "The Keeper of the Atkinson Flame". The Toronto Star
Army Group Don was a short-lived army group of the German Army during World War II. On 20 November Hitler ordered again to reorganize the southern front in the Soviet Union; the order was following: "Between the Army Group A and B at the turn of the river Don has to be sent another Army Group." Army Group Don was created as an attempt to hold the line between Army Group A and Army Group B. Army Group Don was created from the headquarters of the Eleventh Army in the southern sector of the Eastern Front on 22 November 1942. Army Group Don only lasted until February 1943 when it was combined with Army Group B and was made into the new Army Group South; the only commander of Army Group Don during its short history was Field Marshal Erich von Manstein. It consisted of the Sixth Army in the Stalingrad pocket, which included the encircled elements of the 4th Panzer Army, together with the Romanian Third Army. Zhukov stated, "We now know that Manstein's plan to rescue the encircled forces at Stalingrad was to organize two shock forces - at Kotelnikovo and Tormosin."
The attempt "was a total failure." Tessin, Georg. Die Landstreitkräfte: Namensverbände / Die Luftstreitkräfte / Flakeinsatz im Reich 1943–1945. Verbände und Truppen der deutschen Wehrmacht und Waffen–SS im Zweiten Weltkrieg 1939–1945. 14. Osnabrück: Biblio. ISBN 3-7648-1111-0
Tanais Archaeological Reserve Museum, or the Archaeological Museum-reserve Tanais, is one of the largest historical and archaeological open-air reserve museum in Russia. It is the first archeological reserve museum established in Russia, it is based on the site of the ancient city of Tanais. The city, named after the river Tanais, was founded in its mouth at the confluence to Meotida; the city of Tanais has played a significant role in the political life of cities of the Northern Black Sea Region and the adjacent areas of the Great Steppe for eight centuries. Tanais was an ancient city founded in early 3rd century BC by Greek colonists, it became an important center in the steppe region in the 2nd to 3rd century AD, but was abandoned by the 5th century. Settlements were established nearby but the site itself was not covered by buildings; the site was identified as Tanais in the early 19th century, archaeological excavations at the site begun in 1853, which continued into the 20th century. In 1955, the Academy of Sciences of USSR began a Lower-Don archaeological expedition, which, in collaboration with the Rostov University and the Rostov Museum of Local Lore, began studying the site of the ancient settlement.
A little time the head of Lower-Don expedition, Dmitry Shelov and deputy director of the Rostov Regional Museum of Local Lore, Sergey Markov initiated the establishment of a reserve museum. In 1958, the Rostov Regional Executive Committee issued a resolution "On the establishment of Tanais Reserve Museum as a branch of the Rostov Regional Museum of Local History." In 1960, to Tanais Archaeological Reserve Museum was handed over land with the main square of the ancient settlement and the adjacent sections of the necropolis. Soon the construction of the first buildings of the museum was started. On August 1, 1961 the museum was welcomed its first visitors. In 1981, the Rostov Oblast Executive Committee designated the conservation zones of the reserve with an area of 1,200 hectares. In 1990, the museum-reserve became an independent cultural institution. About 40 people work there. A new museum building was built on its territory with the main historical exposition; as a result of excavations, about a tenth of the ancient city, as well as the main territory of the urban necropolis, has been discovered.
Visitors can see an open-air exposition, which includes lapidarium and reconstructed ancient buildings. Museum funds number more than 140 thousand units. Unique "Hall of amphora standards" is the only collection of open storage of amphoras in Europe; the Lower-Don archaeological expedition, which since 1993 acquired the status of an international expedition, continues to make contribution to the development of the museum-reserve. In February 2009, Tanais Archaeological Reserve Museum became a candidate to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Official site An article about Tanais Archaeological Reserve Museum Another article about Tanais Archaeological Reserve Museum
Elrundie is a suburb in the Northern Territory of Australia located in Darwin about 13 kilometres east of Darwin City overlooking a part of Darwin Harbour known as the East Arm. Elrundie consists of land associated with a peninsula known as the Elrundie Peninsula and part of the channels of the following waterbodies that bound the peninsula's coastline: the Hudson Creek to the north-west, the Elizabeth River to the south-west and the Myrmidon Creek to the south-east; the name is derived from Elrundie Flat, a name, considered to be of Aboriginal origin and, first used in 1869 in a document prepared by A. J. Mitchell, a member of the Goyder expedition to the Northern Territory; the suburb’s boundary and name were gazetted on 21 April 2004. The 2016 Australian census, conducted in August 2016 reports that Elrundie had no people living within its boundaries. Elrundie is located within the federal division of Solomon, the territory electoral division of Spillett and part of the unincorporated areas of the Northern Territory.
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