Rerun


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Rerun

A television or other program that has already been broadcast and is being broadcast again. Reruns are an inexpensive way for a television station to make money from advertising, especially if it already owns the rights to the program.
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She is the president of Lady Rerun Entertainment and is also an actress, plus sized model, radio personality, celebrity hostess and talent manager and daughter of tv Icon/dance legend Fred "Rerun" Berry of 1970's NBC sitcoms “What's Happening” and “What's Happening Now.
People who did not run in Sunday's election may also apply to be candidates in the rerun election.
Instead of straightforward reruns and revivals, our nostalgia is, at root, ironic.
And that's mostly because cable endlessly reruns the "classic" TV shows that gave way to the likes of Married.
Overdose, whose trainer Sandor Ribarszki was "very angry", having travelled 1,050 miles, was one of three withdrawals from the rerun, the others being Desert Lord and Only Answer.
This looks like a rerun of a bad movie, and I'm not interested in watching.
The main offender was the Sunday Times, which caused nearly 400 vans to be rerun while the Sunday Sport was responsible for the fewest -- down from 456 in February 2001 to 69.
Many famous racehorses have painted for the charity Rerun, which was set up in 1996.
The election last fall of Melissa Gilbert as SAG President was thrown out and ordered rerun in January by a SAG elections committee whose five members had all publicly endorsed Gilbert's opponent Valerie Harper.
It had always looked like a rerun, perhaps because Chuck Norris's hair had remained the same despite incredible advances in the follicular sciences.
In December fewer than 6,000 wholesale vans were rerun for daily titles.
To make money, the studios sell to local stations and to cable networks the rights to rerun their shows.