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Encyclopedia > WTBS (TV)
WTBS (Since 1979)
Image:Tbs-logo.jpg
Atlanta, Georgia
Branding TBS 17
Slogan Very Funny
Analog channel 17 (UHF)
Digital channel 20 (UHF)
Affiliations TBS
Owner Turner Broadcasting System/Time Warner
Founded September 1, 1967 (Local Station) & December 17, 1976 (Cable & Local Station)
Call letters meaning Turner Broadcasting System
Former callsigns WJRJ-TV (1967-1970), WTCG-TV (1970-1979)
Former affiliations ABC, CBS, NBC (all secondary until 1979)
Effective radiated power 1480 kW/332 m(analog)
1000 kW/310.3 m (digital)
Website www.tbs17.com

WTBS is a TV station on channel 17 (DTV channel 20) in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Originally WJRJ began on September 1, 1967 and in January 1970, it was bought by Ted Turner, who began his TBS television empire there. The call letters were changed to WTCG, and were then changed to WTBS after Turner donated the money for a new transmitter to the MIT student radio station (now WMBR) which then held the WTBS call lettersign in exchange for that station getting new call letters. [1] TBS logo (2004 - Present) This is a copyrighted and/or trademarked logo. ... Nickname: The Horizon City, Hotlanta, The Big Peach Motto: Official website: http://www. ... McDonalds, represented by the Golden Arches, is one of the worlds most famous brands In marketing, a brand is the symbolic embodiment of all the information connected with a product or service. ... ... Analog television encodes picture information by varying the voltages and/or frequency of the signal. ... This article is about the radio frequency. ... Digital Terrestrial Television (DTTV or DTT) is an implementation of digital technology to provide a greater number of channels (SDTV) and/or better quality of picture (EDTV, HDTV) and sound (AC3, Dolby Digital) through a conventional aerial instead of a satellite dish or cable connection. ... This article is about the radio frequency. ... An affiliate is an entity with a relationship with a peer or a larger entity. ... TBS (full station name TBS Superstation) is a popular American cable TV network that shows sports and variety programming. ... Turner Broadcasting System logo The Turner Broadcasting System (often abbreviated to Turner or TBS) is the company managing the collection of cable networks and properties started by Ted Turner in the mid-1970s. ... Time Warner Inc. ... September 1 is the 244th day of the year (245th in leap years). ... 1967 (MCMLXVII) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... 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TBS is mostly a simulcast of flagship WTBS, except for TV commercials, some locally produced public affairs programming on Sunday mornings, and certain special events. Unlike WTBS, the national TBS channel is not obligated to carry public affairs or educational "E/I" programming for kids. Viewers in Canada receive the WTBS feed instead of the national TBS feed, due to WTBS's superstation status, which treats them like terrestrial channels in Canada. Simulcast is a contraction of simultaneous broadcast, and refers to programs or events broadcast across more than one medium at the same time. ... A flagship is the ship used by the commanding officer of a group of naval ships. ... A television commercial (often called an advert in the United Kingdom) is a form of advertising in which goods, services, organizations, ideas, etc. ... TBS (full station name TBS Superstation) is a popular American cable TV network that shows sports and variety programming. ... Public affairs is a catch-all term that includes public policy as well as public administration, both of which are closely related to and draw upon the fields of political science as well as economics. ...


The DTV channel 20 is diplexed into a master TV antenna at the tower located at 1800 Briarcliff Road NE.


WTCG, which reportedly stood for "Watch This Channel Go" (though the "TCG" officially stood for Turner Communications Group, the forerunner to Turner Broadcasting System) was one of the first TV networks to broadcast via satellite as it was re-launched in 1979 as WTBS. The new call letters were purchased by equipment donation from the MIT student radio station, now WMBR. The previous name of Turner Broadcasting System. ... A satellite is any object tha orbits another object (which is known as its primary). ... This page refers to the year 1979. ... The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT, is a university located in the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. MIT is one of the worlds leading research institutions in science and technology, as well as in numerous other fields, including management, economics, linguistics, political science, and philosophy. ... College radio (also known as university radio, campus radio or student radio) is a type of radio station that is run by the students of a college or university. ... WMBR is the MIT-run student broadcasting station. ...


At 1 PM on December 17, 1976, WTCG Channel 17's signal was beamed via the Satcom 1 satellite to its four cable systems in Grand Island, Nebraska; Newport News, Virginia; Troy, Alabama; and Newton, Kansas. All four cable systems started receiving the sleepy 1948 Dana AndrewsCesar Romero film Deep Waters that was already in progress. The movie had started 30 minutes earlier. WTCG went from being a little television station no one was watching to a major TV network that every one of the 24,000 households outside of the 675,000 in Atlanta was receiving coast-to-coast. WTCG became a so-called Superstation and created a precedent of today's basic cable television. December 17 is the 351st day of the year (352nd in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar. ... 1976 (MCMLXXVI) is a leap year starting on Thursday (link will take you to calendar). ... Grain elevator along the Union Pacific Railroad in downtown Grand Island Grand Island is a city located in Hall County, Nebraska. ... Newport News, Hampton, Portsmouth and Norfolk, Virginia from space, July 1996 Newport News is an independent city located in Virginia. ... Troy is a city located in Pike County, Alabama. ... Newton is a city and county seat of Harvey County, Kansas. ... Dana Andrews Dana Andrews (January 1, 1909 - December 17, 1992) was an American actor. ... Cesar Romero, photographed by Carl Van Vechten, 1934 Cesar Julio Romero, Jr. ...


HBO (which eventually would become co-owned with TBS) had gone to satellite transmissions to distribute its signal nationally in 1975, but that was a service cable subscribers were made to pay extra to receive. Ted Turner's innovation signaled the start of the basic cable revolution. HBO (Home Box Office) is a premium cable television network with headquarters in New York City. ...


The channel 17 transmitter is located at 1018 West Peachtree Street NW, with antenna located on a large self-supporting tower. The building at this site was once home to the studios of WAGA and later channel 17 as WJRJ. Soon after being purchased by Turner, the studios were moved to the former Progressive Club site a few blocks west. WAGA-TV , FOX5 Atlanta, is the Fox television station in the city of Atlanta, Georgia. ...


Over the years WTCG ran a general entertainment format with lots of classic movies, cartoons, off network sitcoms, dramas, and sports. Also, WTCG (and its WJRJ predecessor) also carried some network programming that wasn't cleared by the local Atlanta stations -- at one time, WTCG had billboards around Atlanta, proudly proclaiming that they're Atlanta's new NBC affiliate as it picked up several shows passed on by then-NBC affiliate WSB-TV including shows like Jeopardy!. This not only angered WSB, but also NBC. The National Broadcasting Company or NBC is an American television broadcasting company based in New York Citys Rockefeller Center. ... WSB-TV Channel 2 (Channel 2, DTV 39) is the ABC affiliate in Atlanta. ... Jeopardy! logo (1994–1996) Jeopardy! is a popular international television game show, originally devised by Merv Griffin, who also created Wheel of Fortune. ...


Once on satellite though they stopped buying newer off network sitcoms and stayed with more classic TV sitcoms. This was due to the Syndex regulations at the time, which gives local stations the right to black out syndicated programming on out-of-market signals. The original Syndex regulations were lifted in 1980, but WTBS still stuck with older programming and movies, anyway. WTBS's classic TV gambit worked ten years later, when Syndex returned in January 1990 -- While Chicago's WGN-TV and New York's WWOR-TV were forced to provide a separate feed for nationwide viewers, WTBS was in better shape, with the same Syndex-free schedule on both local and national feeds. Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... WWOR-TV, channel nine, is the New York City affiliate station of the United Paramount Network. ...


In 1982 they ran sitcoms from the 1950s to the early 1970s and older cartoons. Later in the 1980s the station added second hand 1970s sitcoms. In the 1990s more 1980s sitcoms moved on the lineup.


The station was WTBS since the late-1970s. In September 1997, WTBS stopped running cartoons which all were on Cartoon Network at that point. Recently the drama movies and shows were eliminated and put only on TNT. This is considered to be setting a trend mash; TBS (comedy), TNT (drama) and Cartoon Network all having their own formats. Cartoon Network is a cable television channel created by Turner Broadcasting and dedicated to showing animated programming. ... The current TNT logo, was used in North America since June 12, 2001 and in Latin America since July 1, 2003 Turner Network Television, usually referred to as TNT, is a cable TV network created by media mogul Ted Turner in 1988. ...


Today WTBS runs a comedy with a storyline format. All their shows are comedy which include 1980s and 1990s sitcoms and comedy movies from the 1960s to the 1980s. TBS also produces original reality comedy series. The station does not run any stand up comedy like Comedy Central. For more information on national TBS programming, please see the TBS article. Reality television is a genre of television programming which presents unscripted dramatic or humorous situations, documents actual (if sometimes contrived) events, and features ordinary people over professional actors. ... Comedy Central is a cable television channel in the United States. ... TBS is an abbreviation that may refer to many different subjects: There are two television networks and one radio network commonly referred to as TBS. Tokyo Broadcasting System, a TV station in Tokyo, Japan TBS Radio & Communications, a radio station in Tokyo, Japan TBS (TV Network), US The rock/emo...


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United States: KIMO · KTLA · KWGN · WAPA · WGN · WKAQ · WPIX · WSBK · WTBS · WWOR Superstation in United States television can have several meanings. ... These links go to individual lists of television stations by the markets they are located in. ... Kimo is a post-Haiku poetic form, consisting of three lines of 10, 7, and 6 syllables. ... KTLA-TV (Channel 5) is the WB affiliated television station in Los Angeles. ... KWGN-TV is a television station on VHF Channel 2 (55. ... Televicentro is a Puerto Rico-based television station licensed by the Federal Communications Commission as the call letters WAPA-TV, Channel 4, for NTSC television and WAPA-DT, Channel 27, for digital television. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... WKAQ-TV is a full-power television station located in San Juan, Puerto Rico transmitting over analog channel 2, digital 28. ... WPIX (WB 11) is a television station in New York City. ... WSBK (UPN 38) is the UPN television affiliate serving Boston, Massachusetts. ... WWOR-TV, channel nine, is the New York City affiliate station of the United Paramount Network. ...


Canada: A-Channel · CH · Citytv · OMNI Television A-Channel, formerly known as NewNet or The New Net, is a system of six local Canadian television stations in Ontario and British Columbia, all owned by CHUM Limited. ... CH is a system of four local television stations across Canada, owned by the Global Television unit of CanWest Global. ... Citytv is a system of five English language television stations in Canada, owned by the CHUM Limited group. ... OMNI Television is a Canadian television brand owned and operated by Rogers Communications. ...


Mexico: Multimedios Television · XEFB · XEW · XHDF Multimedios Television is a system of two Spanish language television stations in Monterrey,Mexico. ... XEFB Channel 2 is a Spanish Independent station, owned by Televisa network. ... XEW-TV (Channel 2) is a television station in Mexico City featuring programs such as En familia con Chabelo (In family with Chabelo), Hoy (Today), La risa en Vacaciones, (The laughter in vacations), and CV Directo (CV Direct). ... XHDF (Channel 13) is the flagship TV station of TV Azteca. ...


Broadcast television in the Atlanta market  (Nielsen DMA #9)

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WTBS (TV) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (998 words)
WTBS is a TV station on channel 17 (DTV channel 20) in the Atlanta metropolitan area.
Unlike WTBS, the national TBS channel is not obligated to carry public affairs or educational "E/I" programming for kids.
WTBS's classic TV gambit worked ten years later, when Syndex returned in January 1990 -- While Chicago's WGN-TV and New York's WWOR-TV were forced to provide a separate feed for nationwide viewers, WTBS was in better shape, with the same Syndex-free schedule on both local and national feeds.
TBS (TV network) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1095 words)
TBS which originally stood for Turner Broadcasting System, was originally WTCG, a UHF terrestrial television station owned by media mogul Ted Turner that broadcasted from Atlanta, Georgia, during the late 1970s.
TBS is a national cable channel, but it's not available in the Atlanta market, due to WTBS, which carries an identical schedule, plus the required public affairs and educational "E/I" programming for kids.
WTCG went from being a little television station no one was watching to a major TV network that every household outside of the 675,000 in Atlanta was receiving coast-to-coast.
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