CBS Live is a 24-hour cable news channel that provides live coverage of breaking news events, as well as political analysis and opinion programming. The channel features a mix of news anchors and commentators, who discuss and debate current events, often from a neutral perspective. Some of the popular programs on CBS Live include: "CBS This Morning" : A morning news program that features a mix of news, interviews, and lifestyle segments. "CBS Evening News" : A nightly news program that provides in-depth coverage of national and international news, as well as weather and sports updates. "60 Minutes" : A long-running news magazine program that features investigative reports, interviews, and feature stories. "Face the Nation" : A Sunday morning news and public affairs program that features interviews with political leaders, experts, and newsmakers. "CBSN" : A 24-hour digital streaming news service that provides live coverage of breaking news events, as well as original reporting and analysis. These programs provide a well-rounded coverage of national and international news, as well as in-depth analysis of current events.
Consisting primarily of Greek programs such as dramas, comedies, entertainment shows, and current affairs Mega TV or simply called Mega has much to offer the viewing audience that can either watch in live time or stream from the website. First launched on November 20, 1989 Mega TV has grown and become a highly watched channel in the area, beating out the competition (ANT1) by a large margin. In 2005 Mega decided to change their slogan and it became Megalicious. The studios for Mega Channel are situated in Athens on Mesogeion Avenue. Among the more popular shows currently running are: Anatropi (Backfall) which is a talk show on current affairs. Mega Gegonota (Mega News) which provides daily news and featured Greek news and globally. WarZone Documentaries which include highly respected as well as award winning documentaries from around the world. Mega Weekend also known as Mega Savvatokyriako which provides morning programming for weekend viewers. This includes current affairs and sports highlights. Fifty-Fifty is a game show on weekend evenings hosted by Giorgos Liagas. There is always something well worth viewing on the Mega Channel viewers lovingly call their Mega TV.
THVL2 is the second central Vietnamese TV channel that features slightly more entertainment programming than THVL1. Here is the example of common THVL 2 schedule full of cartoons, entertaining series and travel documentaries: "World Heritage", "China Film: Love In The Time Available" , "Cartoons: The Machine 17", "Vinh Long Day", "Phim VN: The Family Magic", "Club Sports", "Melody Of Love", "Reportage", "Phim VN: Shadow Husband", "Cartoons: Robo Fruit", "Delta Rhythm", "China Film: Only In New Registration", "Travel Through The Small Screen", "Reformism: Wild Night Lords", "Lighting Beliefs", "Cartoons: University No. 1 Team", "Phim VN: She Is Reluctant", "To Move THVN", "Television Engineers", "World This Week" , "Reformism: Late", "Club Sports", "Science - Technology - Environment", "Travel Through The Small Screen", "Reformism: Wild Night Lords" And "Excitement".
TVA is the Montreal based French-language nationwide Canadian broadcaster featuring diverse programming available across the globe as TVA Live. Camera cafe is a humoristic TV show adapted hosted by Michel Courtemanche, Pierre Paquin and Guy Levesque. Crusoe is a Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe based action and adventure TV show, created by Stephen Gallagher. TVA also features French adaptations of most popular American TV series like Dr House, Du talent revendre (America's Got the Talent), La Fievre de la danse (So You Think You Can Dance) and (Le Banquier ) Deal or No Deal. There are also original Quebec TV shows on TVA live: Occupation Double and Juste pour rire (Just for Laughs).
EastLink TV is the largest privately held Canadian television company which broadcasts in almost in all of the Canadian states and in web as EastLink TV live. EastLink TV everyday programming brigs you Sportsland, an one hour talk show observing world major sport events and hosted by Harv Stewart, Cecil Wright and Steve MacLean. Another popular EastLink program, the Island View features exclusive half-an-hour interviews hosted by Matt Beardsley. The Eastlink Magazine program provides a fresh look at the persons and places by Michael McDonald. For those who love to cook EastLink TV presents the Welcome to My Kitchen program featuring the easy and affordable receipts of full-course meals in 30 minutes with Joan McElman. Fuelin' Around is another 30 minutes call-in TV show dedicated to cars and everything around them. Steve Clapperton's Fishing with Friends featuring stories and facts, hints, tips anything you would like to know about fishing. Swap Shop is the kind of unique program on EastLink TV you can hardly find anywhere else it features TV market which could be in help to find local treasures or even sell something you don't need anymore. If you are truly enthusiast of natural health care Au Natural is the special program for you. Hosted by Dr. Lana McMurrer, ND and Dr. Kali Simmonds, the program will be in great help to you to figure out where are the truth and the lie hidden behind most critical health issues of our time.
Aimed toward those who are age six and under, the BBC channel known as CBeebies is not only extremely popular with parents and children, it has won many awards for top quality programming for children. Today it's difficult to decide which programs are safe for young eyes and ears to see and hear. Violence and foul language are common on television no matter where we live and some require watching before allowing those youngsters to view for themselves in case inappropriate programming slip by the censors. Some examples of the fine quality to be found on CBeebies are Bits and Bobs about two fluff balls called Bits and Bobs who reside in a car they call Trug and often filmed in locations such as some notable Scottish attractions. Finley the Fire Engine is a talking fire truck who lives in Friendlyville and doles out good advice to young viewers. Another great representation of top quality viewing aimed at youngsters up to around age six is Teletubbies. Colorful characters include Tinky Winky (purple), Po (red), Laa-Laa (green), and Dipsy (green). They do things young children like to do including running, rolling on the ground, and watching other kids on TV.
Available only to digital subscribers, BBC Four broadcasts just slightly less than half of each day, sharing its band-width with CBeebies. BBC Four evolved from the old BBC Knowledge, and it honors its provenance by maintaining the BBC's highest intellectual standards. Although most of its programs are repeated or borrowed from elsewhere, its license requires at least 100 hours of original programming each year, and the network far exceeds the legal minimum. BBC Four gained distinction as the first network to air Curb Your Enthusiasm, and it scored critical praise for bravely airing the razor-edged political satire The Thick of It. Many loyal BBC One viewers switch to BBC Four for its nightly news broadcast, World News Today, which creams the best of BBC reporting, delivering a comprehensive report of global and national events in a tight format designed to accommodate work-a-day viewers just as they arrive home from work. Film fanatics appreciate BBC Four's dedication to vintage dramas, especially praising its fine catalogue of rare back-and-white films; and they admire BBC Four's support of foreign language films via the network's annual World Cinema Awards.
Community served television is not a dream but is reality thanks to Grassroots Television and those who choose to keep it going and prospering. The viewers decide what should be televised and they are also the ones who help support and fund the concept of free speech and basic interests shared in the media of television. Grassroots TV proclaims itself to be the only free speech venue available in the Roaring Fork Valley area. Democracy Now is the first actual live broadcast to come from their studio which is an extremely busy station that has seen production of some eight hundred programs a year. Five full time staff members see to the daily operations and over the years many famous people have appeared on Grassroots Television. The list reads like a who's who in world leaders and influential people. King Abdullah II of Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, President Barack Obama, General Colin Powell (Secretary of State), Bob Shieffer (Reporter), and Glenn Frey and Willie Nelson (Musicians) are but a few well know people who have opinions they have shared with viewers on Grassroots Television.