Televisions

Football matches send viewers to TV on a chilly weekend

An average of 30.5 million people watched NFL joker games on TV and digitally over the weekend, which the league said was up 21% from the same games in 2021 . Boosted by their wild card games, CBS averaged 10 million viewers and NBC had 6.8 million in prime time …

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‘We have been forgotten’: British embassy security officer in Kabul | Afghanistan

Abdullah*, 34, was a security guard at the British Embassy, ​​employed under contract by Gardaworld, and had a senior management role, caring for other employees of the embassy guards. Him and around 180 colleagues had hoped to be evacuated to the UK at the end of August, but the evacuation …

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Australian free-to-air channels demand guaranteed prime position on smart TVs | Television

Australian free-to-air commercial TV channels have called on the Federal Government to introduce legislation to ensure they are visible on smart TV home screens, saying they are becoming “increasingly difficult to find” among global streaming rivals such as Netflix. TVs increasingly include apps for the various streaming services available, including …

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What Happened to Madison Hildebrand of the Million Dollar Listing?

In a 2018 interview with Page Six, Hildebrand admitted that he had been trying to quit the show for some time. “I tried to quit with season 6. With season 6 I tried to get away from it and it just didn’t happen,” he said. Hildebrand went on to describe …

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Brass Rabbit Pub set to open next month in former Bracket Room location | ARLnow

Brass Rabbit Pub plans to open next month, in the Clarendon space formerly occupied by the Bracket Room. In July, ARLnow reported that a new bar planning to have “elevated pub fare with a wholesome twist” is coming to 1210 N. Garfield Street. Now, owner Reese Gardner tells us he’s …

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The digital press already has more prestige than the paper press and television, and it doubles that of social networks – CVBJ

More and more Spaniards trust the Digital media as a reference medium for information. Although he passes through many social strata, his average score is 4.8, which places it above televisions (4.5), the paperweight (3.5) and social networks (23) in terms of notoriety. This is clear from the latest survey …

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US reflects on technology restrictions on Russia to thwart Putin

The Biden administration and its U.S. allies are discussing possible controls on exports to Russia, including restrictions on sensitive technologies and electronics, which would be imposed if President Vladimir Putin captured more of the world. ‘Ukraine, said a person familiar with the talks. Although no decision has been made, the …

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Mountain Mike’s opens its first location in Arizona

Mike Mountain Pizza, a leading family-owned pizza chain based in California for over 40 years, known for their legendary crisp and curly pepperoni, mountain-sized pizzas and fresh dough of the day, announced the opening of its first Arizona location in Mesa. The new restaurant is owned and operated by Pelican …

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CES 2022: Sony unveils its new range of televisions

Sony kicked off 2022 with flying colors, revealing a huge range of new TVs, including its first sets featuring Quantum Dot OLED and Mini LED technology. While his CES opening address focused on non-TV offerings, including details on PlayStation VR2, a separate virtual presentation revealed six additions to the Sony …

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Almost a foot is possible

It’s officially 2022 and generally January means cold weather and snowfall, especially here in western New York. After a rather mild December for Buffalo, we are coming back to reality regarding the winter weather, and the first big storm of the winter season is soon arriving for Buffalo and western …

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