I could fill this entire article with quotes from the smartest, most knowledgeable people of by-gone eras, with predictions that were completely wrong, even laughable today.
From a trio of hurricanes to the biggest wildfire in modern California history, broadcasters covered it all providing vital information to viewers pre-, during and post-event.
Of the payees, 11 will be going off the air, 132 will channel share and 30 volunteered to move to a lower channel in exchange for a payment.
After surgery, I was delivered to ICU, and as soon as the effects of the anesthesia began to clear, I couldn’t help but notice a large wall-mounted flatscreen TV set in the room.
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