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  1. 1998 Winter Olympics - Wikipedia

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    The 1998 Winter Olympics, officially known as the XVIII Olympic Winter Games (French: Les XVIII es Jeux olympiques d'hiver) (Japanese: 第十八回オリンピック冬季競技大会, Dai Jūhachi-kai Orinpikku Tōkikyōgi Taikai) and commonly known as Nagano 1998, was a winter multi-sport event held from 7 to 22 February 1998, mainly in Nagano, Japan, with some events taking place in the ...

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    • Coexistence with Nature, (Japanese: 自然との共存, Shizen to no Kyōzon)
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  3. Olympics on United States television - Wikipedia

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    The Olympics is exclusively broadcast on NBC and NBCUniversal's TV Networks in the United States since 1988 for the Summer Olympics and 2002 for the Winter Olympics. American television companies are one of the major sources of revenue for the IOC .

  4. NBC WINS TV RIGHTS FOR OLYMPICS - The New York Times

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    Oct 04, 1985 · NBC WINS TV RIGHTS FOR OLYMPICS. By Sally Bedell Smith. ... yesterday won the right to televise the 1988 Summer Olympic Games from Seoul, South Korea. ... ABC paid $225 million for last year's ...

  5. 1988 - Wikipedia

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    1988 was a crucial year in the early history of the Internet—it was the year of the first well-known computer virus, the 1988 Internet worm. The first permanent intercontinental Internet link was made between the United States ( NSFNET ) and Europe (Nordunet) as well as the first Internet-based chat protocol, Internet Relay Chat . [1]

  6. 1988 in British television - Wikipedia

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    • Events
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    • Ending This Year
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    January

    1. 1 January – 1.1. New Year's Day highlights on BBC1 include the first network television showing of Roger Donaldson's historical drama, The Bounty. 1.2. BBC2 airs a five-hour Whistle Test special to welcome 1988. The special, aired from 9:35pm on New Year's Eve to 2:55am on New Year's Day, takes a look back through the archives in what is the programme's final outing.It will be three decades later in 2018 before a new edition of the programme is broadcast. 1.3. Michael Grade takes on the ro...

    February

    1. 1 February – 1.1. TV-am celebrates its fifth birthday, with Anne Diamond joined by Richard Keys, Gyles Brandreth, Su Pollard and Jimmy Greaves. It is the first time TV-am has been able to get its daily output down to an hour of pre-recorded material since the beginning of the strike. However, the station continues to air imports of old US shows for several months. 1.2. The deadline on which the ACTT must accept TV-am's "Ten Point Plan" aimed at resolving the strike. However, the plan is re...

    March

    1. 3 March – BBC1 airs Around the World with Willy Fog with former CBBC and Broom Cupboard presenter Andy Cranesinging the theme tune. A special event called "National Willy Fog Day" which Crane invented will also appear on 28 April to air the final episode and celebrate the final airing. 2. 7 March – ITV's lunchtime news programme returns to the 1pm timeslot. 3. 18 March – The final US edition of Top of the Popsairs in the United States. 4. 19 March – Two off-duty British soldiers are killed...

    BBC1

    1. 3 January – First of the Summer Wine(1988–1989) 2. 11 January – Star Wars: Droids(1985–1986) 3. 13 January – White Peak Farm(1988) 4. 16 January – Kissyfur(1986–1990) 5. 19 January – The Play on One(1988–1991) 6. 10 February – Moondial(1988) 7. 24 February – Gruey(1988–1989) 8. 5 April – Degrassi Junior High(1987–1989) 9. 8 April – Thin Air(1988) 10. 3 May – 4 Square(1988–1991) 11. 17 May – The Lowdown(1988–1998) 12. 30 May – Tumbledown(1988) 13. 8 June – The Movie Game(1988–1995) 14. 1 Ju...

    BBC2

    1. 4 January – Clarence(1988) 2. 6 January – Campaign(1988) 3. 12 January – Geordie Racer(1988) 4. 15 February – Red Dwarf (1988–1999, 2012–present) 5. 16 April – Sophia and Constance(1988) 6. 9 May – DEF II(1988–1994) 7. 23 September – A Gentleman's Club(1988) 8. 3 October – Rapido(1988–1992) 9. 12 October – Blind Justice(1988) 10. 13 October – Alexei Sayle's Stuff(1988–1991) 11. 18 October – Colin's Sandwich(1988–1990) 12. 15 November – The Train Now Departing(1988) 13. 16 November – Christ...

    ITV

    1. 3 January – The Contract(1988) 2. 4 January – After Henry(1988–1992) 3. 5 January – The Real Ghostbusters(1986–1991) 4. 6 January – Hannay(1988–1989) 5. 17 January – Wish Me Luck(1988–1990) 6. 18 January – Hard Cases(1988–1989) 7. 19 January – That's Love(1988–1992) 8. 24 January – Small World(1988) 9. 27 January – The Management(1988) 10. 15 February – ITV News at 5:30(1988–2012) 11. 17 February – The Fear(1988) 12. 19 February – A Kind of Living(1988–1990) 13. 20 February – 13.1. You Bet...

    1920s

    1. BBC Wimbledon(1927–1939, 1946–2019, 2021–present)

    1930s

    1. The Boat Race(1938–1939, 1946–2019) 2. BBC Cricket(1939, 1946–1999, 2020–2024)

    1940s

    1. Come Dancing(1949–1998)

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    13 January – Your Mother Wouldn't Like It(1985–1988)
    28 January – Yes Minister(1980–1988)
    30 January – Hi-De-Hi(1980–1988)
    14 January – Jack P. Shepherd, actor
    22 March – Gaz Beadle, TV personality
    28 March – Lacey Turner, actress
    25 October – Rylan Clark-Neal, born Ross Clark, TV personality
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  8. Apr 07, 2011 · 1000th RFC: "Request For Comments reference guide" Number of hosts breaks 10,000 Number of BITNET hosts breaks 1,000 1988 2 November - Internet worm burrows through the Net, affecting ~6,000 of the 60,000 hosts on the Internet (:ph1:)

  9. List of TV Guide covers (1990s) - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of issue covers of TV Guide magazine from the decade of the 1990s, from January 1990 to December 1999. The entries on this table include each cover's subjects and their artists (photographer or illustrator).

  10. Olympic Channel - TV Listings Guide

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    Find out what's on Olympic Channel tonight at the American TV Listings Guide. Tuesday 06 July 2021 Wednesday 07 July 2021 Thursday 08 July 2021 Friday 09 July 2021 Saturday 10 July 2021 Sunday 11 July 2021 Monday 12 July 2021 Tuesday 13 July 2021. Time. TV Show. 12:00 am.

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