Arirang TV is a global, English-language television network based in Seoul, South Korea. The service is aimed at the overseas market, similar to NHK World, CGTN, TRT World, BBC World News, DW, PTV World, France 24 and RT, it is operated by the Korea International Broadcasting Foundation and is financially supported by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The channel, which airs in 105 countries, is considered a public relations arm of the South Korean government; the channel airs different programming in different countries, but airs news, cultural programs, educational shows and documentaries. Arirang TV began airing on February 3, 1997, it was operated by the non-profit Korea International Broadcasting Foundation, created by Article 32 of the South Korean Civil Code on April 10, 1996. The channel was available only on cable and satellite television in South Korea and was targeted to foreigners living in or visiting the country. Arirang TV has three channels for overseas viewers. Arirang World was established as a satellite television channel in 1999 and is broadcast in English, Spanish, Arabic, Russian and Indonesian.
Arirang UN was established in 2015, is broadcast in English. As of 2018, the channels are broadcast in 105 countries. Arirang TV provides subtitle services in a variety of different languages in order to interact with overseas viewers. Arirang Radio Arirang Social Media HUB Arirang a+ List of programs broadcast by Arirang TV Television in South Korea Satellite listings: "How to Watch: Satellite". Arirang. Korea International Broadcasting Foundation. Retrieved 2018-03-27. IPTV listings: Provider websites and "How to Watch: Platform". Arirang. Korea International Broadcasting Foundation. Retrieved 2018-03-27. Official website
Charlie Brown Jr. is the first demo tape by eponymous Brazilian rock band Charlie Brown Jr. self-released in 1994. With songs in English and a heavier sonority than what the band would develop in future outputs, inspired by acts such as Blink-182, Bad Brains and Suicidal Tendencies, the demo was a massive success in the underground scene of Santos. Copies of it were handed out as a bonus on some issues of magazine Tribo Skate in the mid-1990s; the demo was recorded in 1993. Champignon approached record producer Tadeu Patolla with a copy of the demo, so he could evaluate their work. Subsequently, Patolla introduced the group to fellow producer Rick Bonadio, thanks to their conjoined efforts Charlie Brown Jr. was catapulted to nationwide fame following the release of their 1997 debut Transpiração Contínua Prolongada. Chorão confessed in an interview that, after listening to the demo after it was finished recording, he cried of joy. All lyrics are written by Chorão. Chorão – vocals Champignon – bass guitar Thiago Castanho – electric guitar, backing vocals Marcão – electric guitar Renato Pelado – drums Tao Designer – cover art
Quebec is the eighth studio album by the American rock band Ween, released on August 5, 2003 on Sanctuary Records. It was the first album released after the band's contract with Elektra expired, marked its return to independent labels; the song "It's Gonna Be a Long Night" is featured in the video game Tony Hawk's Underground 2 and in the TV show The Shield. The music video for "Transdermal Celebration" was animated by Adam Phillips. Music critic Mark Prindle named Quebec the best album of the 2000s in an interview on Fox News Channel's Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld. Mojo named it the No. 39 best album of 2003. "CMJ" named it the No. 8 best album of 2003. On August 11, 2011, Dean Ween released a two-disc, MP3-only collection of songs, The Caesar Demos, named after the band's original working title for quebec—to friends on his Facebook page. In his comment, he stated the songs were all recorded between 2001 and 2003 while drummer Claude Coleman, Jr. was recovering from injuries sustained in a car accident, that many of the tracks featured only himself and Gene.
In addition to a handful of recordings that made the album, the demos feature several alternate takes as well as a number of songs that have remained unreleased. The cover art on this album is a takeoff of the game Thorns from the 3M Paper Games Series. All tracks written by Ween; the Caesar Demos is a compilation album released digitally for free trading by the band in 2011. It contains a combination of demo tracks from Quebec and songs recorded for the album which were cut prior to pressing. About the compilation Dean Ween wrote: well what can i say about this here, lemme see; the first thing that comes to mind is that all the while we were doing this we still had claude coleman on drums, he got into a major car wreck and wasn't around when it came time to make the "real" record. Instead the drum duties fell on me, josh freese, sim cain for a couple of tunes. All of this was recorded at our beach house in holgate, nj onto 16 track tape. A tiny bit of it was recorded in the garage behind aaron's house in pt. pleasant, pa. some of it was recorded in the spare bedroom of my house in new hope.
Most of the tunes aaron, with the two of us playing everything, with me on drums. The songs with claude and glenn are pretty obvious. On just a few tunes we took what you hear here and cleaned them up and had andrew weiss mix them for the record after some overdubs. Dave sings on "it's gonna be a long night", this was days before he had surgery to remove polyps in his throat and his voice was rough so we figured he was the guy for the job; this isn't all of the tunes that we ended up choosing from, just the ones i happened to burn to cd before we drove home from the beach every week. Hope you dig it for what it is. Dean Ween – bass, drums, electric guitar, vocals, electric sitar, vocoder Gene Ween – synthesizer, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, electric guitar, vocals, drum machine Andrew Weiss – synthesizer, strings, drums, producer, fretless bass, soloist Glen McClelland – organ, accordion, keyboards Dave Dreiwitz – bass Sim Cain – drums Josh Freese – drums Ween – arranger Christopher Shaw – mixing Ted Young – mixing assistant Howie Weinberg – mastering 2003 Billboard 200 No. 81