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Superstation

A television satellite that broadcasts locally and also uses satellite technology to broadcast nationally. While superstations have become rather uncommon, they were the forerunners to cable television. The technology behind superstations was pioneered by Ted Turner.
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Run by the Stevenson family for 28 years, it received the coveted title at the SuperStation Gala Dinner held at The Belfry Hotel in Sutton Coldfield.
In this case, each superstation would be held in a separate corporation; the stock would be owned by the FLP.
3, 2002, is one of several successful TBS Superstation movie showcases with hosted segments, including "Dinner & a Movie," "The Man-Made Movie," "The Movie Bowl," and the latest addition, "Movie and a Makeover.
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THE MOVIE BREAK gives TBS Superstation yet another opportunity to draw viewers and advertisers with value-added material," said Bill Cox, senior vice president of programming for the Superstation.
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WGN Superstation is an important asset for Tribune Company," said Eigner.
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WTBS Channel 17 is known nationally as TBS Superstation, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
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