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How do you get your small-market TV stations some nice new looks without destroying the bottom line? Buy in bulk. Quincy Media installed six nearly-identical sets and graphics packages at their stations: KBJR in Duluth, MN KWWL in Waterloo, IA WEEK in Peoria, IL WKOW in Madison, WI WPTA in Fort Wayne, IN WREX in Rockford, IL In addition, WKOW's old set was moved to WBNG in Binghamton, NY.
Subscribe to Explosm! ► http://bit.ly/13xgq7a There's a spot over there. Cyanide and Happiness delivers daily comics to your face-hole on www.explosm.net since 2005! Credits: Created By: Rob DenBleyker, Kris Wilson, Dave McElfatrick Directed By: Dave McElfatrick Screenplay By: Rob DenBleyker Story By: Rob DenBleyker, Dave McElfatrick, Joel Watson, Kris Wilson, Michael Rousselet, Derek Miller, Mike Salcedo Voice Actors: Joel Watson - Quincy Trisha Romo - Host Rob DenBleyker - Judge Christie Wallace - Assfuck Kris Wilson - Minister Animation Director: Bill Jones Animation: Seth Gordon, Alex Anderson Kenney Character Design: Jerald Lewis Background Art: Denise Magdale, Shawn Coss Animatic: Dave McElfatrick, Tyler Hendrix Editor: Thaddeus Grant Fenton Assistant Editor: Taylor Ransom Sound ...
A CHANGE IN THE WEATHER In UK Cinemas 7th July 2017. LOG LINE Set in the heart of French Cathar Country, A Change in the Weather is the latest work from director Jon Sanders (Back to the Garden, Painted Angels), featuring longtime collaborators Anna Mottram and Bob Goody alongside celebrated German actress and singer, Meret Becker. Featuring a screen debut from playwright, Stephen Lowe. SHORT SYNOPSIS In an attempt to revisit a creative collaboration and revive his marriage, a theatre director brings together a group of performers to spend a week with him and his wife in an isolated, mountainous part of southern France. As the work progresses, fiction and reality become blurred and there is a constant tension between the characters’ emotional lives and the nature of the work - an investig...
This is father-daughter quality time in New England.
"Birdland" was a jazz-fusion instrumental composition written by keyboardist Joe Zawinul of the group Weather Report. It was 1977 when Zawinul composed "Birdland", right around the dying age of pure jazz, and the new wave of fusion. "Birdland" was Zawinul's pride and joy, and his tribute to jazz, but more importantly, his everlasting contribution to music itself. Considered his most famous composition, "Birdland" served as a tribute to the New York City jazz club on 52nd Street that housed a countless amount of famous jazz musicians before him. However, not only was the song named in honor of the legendary jazz club, but also after the man whom the club was named after, Charlie Parker, the 'Bird' himself. It was this club, that he frequented almost daily, that inspired Zawinul to writ...
At the Rockpalast 29/9/1978