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  1. TBS (American TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    TBS (originally an abbreviation for Turner Broadcasting System) is an American pay television network that is owned by WarnerMedia Studios & Networks. It carries a variety of programming, with a focus on comedy, along with some sports events, including Major League Baseball and the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. As of September 2018

  2. TBS (American TV network) - Wikipedia

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    TBS (originally an abbreviation for Turner Broadcasting System) is an American basic cable television network that is owned by AT&T's WarnerMedia under its Studios & Networks division. It carries a variety of programming , with a focus on comedy , along with some sports events, including Major League Baseball and the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament .

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This category lists television programs that have regularly aired their first-run episodes on TBS. It does not list programs which first appeared on a different network.

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    TBS is avail­able on cable and satel­lite providers through­out the en­tire United States. Until Oc­to­ber 1, 2007, the na­tional TBS feed could not be viewed within its home mar­ket in the At­lanta met­ro­pol­i­tan area, due to the over-the-air pres­ence of WTBS (chan­nel 17), which car­ried a nearly iden­ti­cal sched­ule, with the only dif­fer­ing pro­gram­ming being chil­dren's pro­grams that meet the Fed­eral Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Com­mis­sion (FCC)'s ed­u­ca­tional pro­gram­ming guide­lines and pub­lic af­fairs pro­gram­ming. The op­er­a­tions of WTBS and TBS Su­per­sta­tion were sep­a­rated in Oc­to­ber 2007, with the over-the-air At­lanta sta­tion be­com­ing WPCH-TV, a gen­eral en­ter­tain­ment in­de­pen­dent sta­tion fo­cused solely on the At­lanta area. The na­tional TBS feed be­came avail­able to cable and satel­lite sub­scribers within chan­nel 17's view­ing areaas a re­sult. TBS's pro­gram­ming was pre­vi­ously made avail­able to cable and satel­lite sub­scribers in Canada...

    Early years

    TBS orig­i­nated as a broad­cast tele­vi­sion sta­tion in At­lanta, Geor­gia that op­er­ated on UHF chan­nel 17, and main­tained a gen­eral en­ter­tain­ment for­mat as an in­de­pen­dent sta­tion. The sta­tion first signed on the air on Sep­tem­ber 1, 1967, as WJRJ-TV; Ted Turner ac­quired the sta­tion from its founder, At­lanta en­tre­pre­neur Jack Rice, Jr., in Jan­u­ary 1970 and changed the call let­ters to WTCG, which of­fi­cially stood for We're Turner Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Group (the fore­r...

    WTCG gets beamed via satellite

    Ted Turner de­cided to dis­trib­ute his sta­tion through satel­lite, en­abling WTCG to be re­ceived na­tion­wide, es­pe­cially in mar­kets lack­ing even a dis­tant in­de­pen­dent sta­tion. At 1:00 p.m. East­ern Time on De­cem­ber 17, 1976, WTCG's sig­nal was beamed via the Sat­com 1 satel­lite to cable sys­tems in Grand Is­land, Ne­braska; New­port News, Vir­ginia; Troy, Al­abama, and New­ton, Kansas. The first broad­cast was the 1948 Dana An­drews-Cesar Romero film Deep Wa­ters, which had be...

    Initial change to WTBS

    WTCG changed its call­sign to WTBS on Au­gust 27, 1979. The new call let­ters were ac­quired via a mon­e­tary do­na­tion to the Mass­a­chu­setts In­sti­tute of Tech­nol­ogy's stu­dent radio sta­tion (now WMBR) for the con­struc­tion of a new trans­mit­ter. In the late 1970s, WTBS con­tin­ued to ac­quire sec­ond-hand pro­gram­ming such as made-for-TV Pop­eye car­toons, The Brady Bunch, The Mun­sters, and other pro­grams. The sta­tion ac­quired re­runs of All in the Fam­ily and San­ford and Son...

    A high de­f­i­n­i­tion feed of TBS, which broad­casts in 1080i, launched on Sep­tem­ber 1, 2007. Much like sis­ter chan­nel TNT, TBS airs a mod­er­ate amount of pro­gram con­tent broad­cast in 4:3 stan­dard de­f­i­n­i­tion stretched to the 16:9 widescreen for­mat through a non-lin­ear process sim­i­lar to the "panorama" set­ting on many HDTVs that some view­ers have nick­named Stretch-o-Vi­sion after it was first used by TNT; though other HD simul­cast feeds op­er­ated by cable chan­nels have also adopted this prac­tice. The non-lin­ear stretch­ing process leaves ob­jects in the cen­ter of the screen with ap­prox­i­mately their orig­i­nal as­pect ratio; ob­jects at the left and right edges are dis­torted (hor­i­zon­tal pan­ning makes the dis­tor­tion es­pe­cially ap­par­ent). In ad­di­tion to true HD con­tent in 16:9, TBS HD also airs un­stretched, up­con­verted stan­dard de­f­i­n­i­tion con­tent in its orig­i­nal as­pect ratio, but com­mer­cials are aired in ei­ther for­mat with­ou...

    TBS cur­rently airs a mix of orig­i­nal sit­coms and re­runs of sit­coms in a com­pressed format that were orig­i­nally broad­cast on the major broad­cast net­works. Orig­i­nal pro­grams cur­rently seen on TBS are Amer­i­can Dad! (after being can­celled by Fox), Conan, Angie Tribeca, The De­tour, Full Frontal with Saman­tha Bee, Search Party, Peo­ple of Earth, The Guest Book, Wrecked, Drop the Mic, Snoop Dogg Pre­sents The Joker's Wild, Final Space, and The Last O.G. Up­com­ing shows in­clude Close Enough and Mir­a­cle Workers. The chan­nel's day­time sched­ule is heav­ily dom­i­nated by re­runs of cur­rent and for­mer net­work come­dies, with these shows also air­ing in the evening and spo­rad­i­cally dur­ing the overnight hours. These pro­grams are Fam­ily Guy, Friends, Se­in­feld, The King of Queens, Mar­ried... with Chil­dren, The Big Bang The­ory, New Girl, and 2 Broke Girls. Start­ing in 2018 Brook­lyn Nine-Nine and Momwill join the lineup as well.

    TBS Superstation at the Wayback Machine(archive index)
    Clips of 17 Update Early in the Morningmaintained by former anchor Bill Tush
  5. TBS - Wikipedia

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    TBS (Latin American TV channel), the Latin American channel Traffic Broadcasting System , a radio and television broadcaster in Seoul, South Korea Taking Back Sunday , an American rock band from Long Island, New York

  6. TBS - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    TBS (Turner Broadcasting System) is an American cable TV network that shows sports and variety programming. TBS is well known for its broadcasts of the Atlanta Braves Major League Baseball team and various National Basketball Association games. TBS also shows reruns of popular network television shows from the past.

  7. TBS is an American basic cable and satellite television channel that is owned by the Turner Broadcasting System division of Time Warner, which shares its name with the channel. TBS carries a variety of programming, with a focus on comedy, along with some sports events, including Major League Baseball and portions of the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship.

  8. TBS (Latin American TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia TBS logo used since October 1, 2011 until March 31, 2016. TBS, formerly branded as TBS veryfunny (TBS muitodivertido in Brazil), is the Latin American version of the U.S. cable television channel TBS. The channel, launched on October 1, 2011, has a lineup of comedy films and series.

  9. Talk:TBS (American TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    The current title should redirect to TBS; there being TBS (Latin American TV channel) and Tokyo Broadcasting System. -- – 70.51.200.135 07:30, 16 February 2016 (UTC) While normally I'd agree this would be uncontroversial, looking at the history shows a fair bit of move-warring over the years and, in particular, several reverts along the lines ...

  10. Turner Broadcasting System - Wikipedia

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    Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. is an American television and media conglomerate, part of AT&T's WarnerMedia. Founded by Ted Turner and based in Atlanta, Georgia, it merged with Time Warner on October 10, 1996. Among its main properties were its namesake TBS, TNT, CNN, Turner Classic Movies (TCM), Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, and TruTV.