The media of Los Angeles are influential and include some of the most important production facilities in the world. As part of the "Creative Capital of the World", it is a major global center for media and entertainment. In addition to being the home of Hollywood, the center of the motion picture industry, the Los Angeles area is the second largest media market in North America. Many of the nation's media conglomerates either have their primary headquarters or their West Coast operations based in the region. Universal Music Group, one of the "Big Four" record labels, is based in the Los Angeles area; the four major American television broadcast networks, ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC, all have production facilities and offices throughout various areas of Los Angeles. All four, plus major Spanish-language networks Telemundo and Univision own and operate stations that serve the Los Angeles market; the region has four PBS stations, with KCET, re-joining the network as secondary affiliate in August 2019, after spending the previous eight years as the nation's largest independent public television station.
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The city's Hollywood neighborhood is notable as the home of the U. S. film industry, its name has come to be a shorthand reference for the industry and the people in it. The industry's "Big Five" major film studios are all based around Hollywood. Several other smaller and independent film companies operate in the Los Angeles area; the Big Five major film studios Asbarez The Epoch Times Hoy Investor's Business Daily The Korea Times The Los Angeles Bulletin and Civic Center NEWSource Los Angeles Daily Journal Los Angeles Daily News Los Angeles Times Metropolitan News-Enterprise MyNewsLA La Opinión Rafu Shimpo The Daily Telescope World Journal Argonaut Beverly Press CaribPress The Century City News Cultural News Eastside Sun India Journal The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles L. A. Watts Times LA Weekly Larchmont Chronicle Los Angeles Asian Journal Los Angeles Business Journal Los Angeles Downtown News Los Angeles Free Press The Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Sentinel Los Angeles Wave - Culver City edition Culver City Star The Westsider Los Angeles Wave - Northeast edition Belvedere Citizen Eagle Rock Sentinel East L.
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The Fox Broadcasting Company is based in the Century City district of Los Angeles inside the 20th Century Fox studio lot, while another complex, the Fox Television Center, is in West Los Angeles. CBS owns CBS Studio Center in Studio City and owned Television City in the Fa
Al-Najaf Football Club is an Iraqi football club based in Najaf. They are members of the Iraqi Premier League. Al-Najaf played in the 2007 AFC Champions League. In 1960, the city of Najaf began an active movement to establish a sports club after the athletes felt the need of the city to a sports club that absorbed the energies of young people and their creations which are lost in the amateur leagues; some of the dignitaries of the city were contacted for this purpose. The request was submitted to the Ministry of the Interior, responsible for the authorisation of sports clubs in Iraq at that time; the name of Al Ghiri Sports Club was proposed for this institution. In 1961, the Ministry of the Interior approved their request to establish the club and thus wrote the birth certificate of the first sports club in the city of Najaf and consisted of the first administrative body of Messrs. Naji Hassan Hasswa as president and Maki Hadi Maala Vice-President and Alwan Elsafer as secretary. At the beginning of the establishment of the club, the Ministry of the Interior allocated an annual grant of 60 dinars divided into two instalments, the club relied on this grant and monthly subscriptions from its members.
New Najaf Stadium is a purpose built football stadium, the current home stadium of Al-Najaf. It opened with a capacity of 30,000 people; until 2018, the club played. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Updated to match played 23 July 2019Source: alsumaria.tv The season-by-season performance of the club over the recent years: Last updated: 4 August 2019 AFC Champions League: 1 appearance2007: Group Stage Since the club's promotion to the Iraqi Premier League in the 1987–88 season so far, twenty-four coaches have led the team: Iraqi Elite Cup Winners: 1997 Al-Nasr wal-Salam Championship Winners: 1992 Al-Mahabba Cup Winners: 2003 Iraqi clubs in the AFC Champions League 2007–08 Arab Champions League Official Website Club Page On Kooora
Robert W. Eaks is an American professional golfer playing on the Champions Tour. Eaks was born in Colorado, he attended the University of Northern Colorado and turned professional in 1976. Eaks played on the Nationwide Tour during the regular years portion of his career, where he earned three victories, he was a member of the Nationwide Tour from 1990–1997 and 1999-2001. He was a member of the PGA Tour in 1998 and 1999 but was not successful, he only made 17 cuts. His best finish on the PGA Tour was tied for 7th at the United Airlines Hawaiian Open in 1998. Eaks has been a member since then, he had a successful 2007 season. He won the Dick's Sporting Goods Open in July and the Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn in September, he had 11 top-10s including four runners-up. Eaks participated in the largest playoff in a PGA Tour-sanctioned tournament at the Boeing Greater Seattle Classic. Denis Watson emerged victorious from the 7-man playoff, he finished sixth on the 2007 season Champions Tour money list and won the Comeback Player of the Year award.
1990 Arizona Open 1995 Taco Bell Newport Classic 1996 Taco Bell Newport Classic Champions Tour playoff record Note: The U. S. Open was the only major Eaks played. DNP = Did not play CUT = missed the half-way cut 1997 Nike Tour graduates R. W. Eaks at the PGA Tour official site