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Antenna TV

Antenna TV is an American digital multicast television network, owned by Nexstar Media Group. The network's programming consists of classic television series from the 1950s to the early 2000s, most of which are sourced from the content library of Sony Pictures Entertainment, along with a selection of series from Universal Studios, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Carson Entertainment. Antenna TV's programming and advertising operations are headquartered in the Tribune Tower in Chicago, Illinois; the network's operations are overseen by Sean Compton, who serves as the president of strategic programming and acquisitions for Nexstar Media Group. The network is available in many media markets via the digital subchannels of over-the-air broadcast television stations, on select cable television providers, such as Xfinity and Verizon Fios through a local affiliate of the network and IPTV. Antenna TV broadcasts 24 hours a day in 480i standard definition, it is a sister network to the movie-oriented multicast service This TV, in which Nexstar maintains a 50% ownership stake.

Tribune Broadcasting announced the formation of Antenna TV on August 30, 2010, with television stations owned by Tribune and Local TV serving as its initial charter affiliates. Antenna TV was launched on January 1, 2011, at 12:00 a.m. Eastern Time debuting on seventeen Tribune-owned stations and thirteen stations owned by Local TV; the first program to air on Antenna TV was the Three Stooges' first short Woman Haters as part of a marathon of short films involving the comedy trio. On October 1, 2011, Antenna TV introduced block scheduling for most of its programs, organized by genre and the decade of their original broadcast. By July 2016, Tribune was considering, with the network's success, adding a sister network, Antenna TV Classics, which would take shows that draw older audiences, in an arrangement that proposed refocusing Antenna TV around shows targeting younger audiences. Antenna TV's program schedule relies on the extensive library of films and television programming owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment, which comprises more than 270 television series and over 4,000 films.

The network maintains an Eastern Time schedule, with individual programs airing at the same time in the remainder of the country, though by effect, aired locally in earlier time slots from the Central Time Zone westward. As is common with digital multicast networks, advertisements featured during commercial breaks on Antenna TV consist of direct response advertisements for products featured in infomercials and during its Saturday morning children's programming, public service announcements. Many Antenna TV affiliates use the allotted advertising time to feature localized promotions, ranging from upcoming programming seen on that affiliate's other digital channels, to newspaper and vehicle dealership advertisements, to community service announcements. Antenna TV did not run a split-screen credit sequence at the conclusion of its programs. However, this policy changed in April 2015, when such a sequence began to be used on some programs aired in daytime slots expanding to other dayparts through that summer.

Programs airing as part of Antenna TV's weeknight prime time schedule were not affected until September 2015, when a variant split-screen sequence that incorporated program and network image promotions was introduced during that daypart. Split-screen credits are not used during certain programs that feature multiple episodes containing tag scenes during the closing credits as well as certain shows with lyrical end credit themes; the network does not display an on-screen logo bug during its progr

Mizoram (Lok Sabha constituency)

Mizoram is the only Lok Sabha constituency in the Northeast Indian state of Mizoram, covers the entire area of the state. The seat is reserved for Scheduled Tribes, its first member of parliament was Sangliana of the Mizo Union who represented this constituency in the Fifth Lok Sabha when it became a union territory on 21 January 1972. In the 1977 election, independent politician, R. Rothuama, was elected and went on to be re-elected in 1980. Shri Lalduhoma of the Indian National Congress was elected in 1984. Mizoram became a state of India on 20 February 1987. In the next election in 1989, C. Silvera of the INC was elected, he went on to win the seat in the next two elections, serving from 1989–98 as its MP. Independent candidate H. Lallungmuana was elected in 1998 by a victory margin of only 41 votes. From 1999 to 2009, this constituency was represented for two terms by politician, firstly as an independent candidate and as a member of the Mizo National Front; as of the 2014 elections, this constituency's MP is C. L. Ruala of the INC who has represented this seat since 2009.

The most successful party in this constituency is the INC who have won 6 times out of the elections held. Mizoram's first MP was Sangliana of the Mizo Union who represented this constituency in the Fifth Lok Sabha after Mizoram became a union territory on 21 January 1972. Shri Lalduhoma of the INC was elected to represent this constituency in the Eighth Lok Sabha. List of Constituencies of the Lok Sabha Mizoram lok sabha constituency election 2019 date and schedule Mizoram Lok Sabha Election 2019 Results Website

Gloire du sport

The Gloire du sport is an award, given to former athletes, sports leaders, sports coaches and sports journalists, who have contributed to sports in the country of France. The award is given by the Fédération des internationaux du sport français; the award was first given in 1993. The award aims to reward individuals; the first induction of Glories of Sport were awarded on March 12, 1993. Since new honorees are awarded each year. In order to be eligible for the award, if a nominee is still living a period of 10 years of time since the end of their career must have passed. In terms of selection criteria, in addition to pure sporting results, the individual's impact and influence on society are considered. Among some of the most represented disciplines are: athletics, fencing, alpine skiing, football, tennis, mountaineering, rowing, boxing, figure skating, canoeing. Judo Gloire du sport

The City Gone Wild

The City Gone Wild is a silent gangster film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. The film starred Louise Brooks and was directed by James Cruze, is now a lost film; the last known copy of this film was nearly saved in the late 1960s by preservationist David Shepard for deposit at AFI. Paramount had contracted with junk men to haul off their old rusting reels with the film still wound on. Shepard arrived at the studio. Thomas Meighan - John Phelan Marietta Millner - Nada Winthrop Louise Brooks - Snuggles Joy Fred Kohler - Gunner Gallagher Duke Martin - Lefty Schroeder Nancy Phillips - Lefty's girl Wyndham Standing - Frank Ames Charles Hill Mailes - Luther Winthrop King Zany - the bondsman Gunboat Smith - the policeman The City Gone Wild on IMDb The City Gone Wild synopsis at AllMovie

Make Up (Vice and Jason Derulo song)

"Make Up" is a song by American DJ Vice and American singer Jason Derulo, featuring vocals from American singer Ava Max. It was released as a single on October 2018, by Atlantic Records. Mike Wass from Idolator described the song as "a funk-heavy banger about the joys of making up", while BroadwayWorld stated that it "fuses Derulo's silky falsetto with Max's irresistible vocals for the ultimate'kiss-and-make-up' anthem". Paper felt that the song encapsulated "the signature mix of sultry and upbeat pop funk we've come to love and expect from Derulo since his "Whatcha Say" days." The music video was released on October 23, 2018. It depicts Derulo showing off his choreography and shirtless poses, alongside Max lounging at poolside; as of December 2019, the video has over 5 million views on YouTube

Bishnu Sethi

Bishnu Sethi is an Indian politician, the deputy leader of the opposition in the Odisha Legislative Assembly. He is the current MLA from Dhamnagar Assembly Constituency. A leader of Bharatiya Janata Party Sethi holds the position of Vice President in Bharatiya Janata Party Odisha Unit, he was the MLA from Chandabali Assembly Constituency from 2000 to 2004. He is a poet and writer in Odia literature. Bishnu Sethi was born on 5 June 1961 in a remote village of Tihidi in the district of Bhadrak. From the beginning of his childhood, he lost his mother and brought up by his father Gayadhar Sethi, he completed his schooling from Tihidi High School. He has been connected with Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad from his early political life. After graduating from Utkal University in History and Library Science, he moved to Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, he qualified Odisha Administrative Service conducted by Odisha Public Service Commission for two times. He is the founder secretary of M.

A. English Medium School, Bhadrak. Being influenced by the ideology of Shyama Prasad Mukharjee and Deendayal Upadhyaya, Bishnu Sethi's first political exposure was: a member of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha. During the rise of Bharatiya Janata Party in India by the leadership of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and L. K. Adwani, Mr. Sethi stood in Bhadrak parliamentary constituency at the age of 30 from BJP, he was appointed as secretary of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha of Odisha state. With his leadership, Bharatiya Janata Party was propelled to a greater political prominence in Bhadrak, he took the charge of district president of his party for three times. In the year of 1995, he was a member of Bharatiya Janata Party's National council, he worked as Odisha state vice president of BJP scheduled Caste Morcha. In 2000 Mr. Sethi elected to Odisha Legislative Assembly from Chandabali Legislative constituency as a member. During his first time membership, he could participate the discussion In Karnataka State Assembly Estimate Committee on behalf of Odisha.

In 2004 Bishnu Sethi again appeared as a MLA candidate from BJD united alliance. In the year of 2006 he was selected as the chairman of Odisha State Cashew Development Corporation. Being the chairperson of the Corporation he threw his attempts to boost cashew plantation program in Odisha abruptly and laid the paper before Goa Convension regarding this. In 2009 and 2014 Mr. Sethi again fought as the BJP candidate from Dhamanagar assembly constituency, but he could not win the elections. Regardless the defeats, By virtue of his oratorical and organizational skills, he became the face of the Bharatiya Janata Party in eastern part Odisha. In 2016 he has been appointed as state vice president of Odisha BJP. Now he has been elected as a member of estimate committee of Odisha Legislative Assembly. Deputy Leder of BJP Legislature Party in Odisha Assembly. Bishnu Sethi believes in "Ekatma Manav Vaad", the doctrine of integral humanism, the official doctrine of his party. Mr. Sethi has a strong belief in the ideology of BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and is confident about BJP to fulfill all its commitment towards nation made during general election.

He believes under PM Modi's leadership. Sethi put faith over the working style and strong political will power of Dharmendra Pradhan for the development of Eastern India as well as Odisha. Bishnu Sethi was the sub-editor of Odia weekly Bisesh Khabar, he is now the editor of a historical and cultural quarterly magazine. His prose Collection ` Sironama Sirodharya' reflects their solutions, he wrote two poem collections named Niswa Matira Swara. Moreover, he has keen interest in short stories and odia history, culture and language also, he is the regular columnist of various Odia journals. He has been elected as the Senate Member to Utkal University of Bhubaneswar. For last years he is the pioneer to organize the Literary assembly of college and school level students, he is the editorial member of'Utkal Sammilani'. He is the Regular member of Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage which makes commitment on Indian architectural heritage and cultural-historical symphony. During his first time membership of Odisha Legislative Assembly, he drew the attention of Odisha to declare Bande Utkal Janani as State Anthem, the creation of Late Kantakabi Lakshmikanta Mahapatra, not achieved officially