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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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Release date- 20082019 - Today, Desjardins and Hydro-Quebec are proud to announce that Quebec's first urban superstation for charging electric vehicles is now open at the Complexe Desjardins.
The Artarmon Superstation in Sydneys north has already been busy, with paramedics responding to more than 14,800 incidents and transporting 12,000 patients since becoming operational earlier this year.
Open to over 700 forecourts across the UK and recognised by the industry for its role in driving up every aspect of customer service, SuperStation reached its exciting climax on Thursday October 6 with a traditional Gala Awards Dinner at Chesford Grange in Warwickshire.
1 female, South Mid-Atlantic Ridge, MAR-ECO Program, Superstation 8, Walvis Ridge Sector (WRS), 30[degrees]00.62'S, 02[degrees]49.92'W, 1,175 m depth, 21.xi.
Seaoil said it was ramping up its investment to about P2.98 billion in 2014 to add more oil depots, retail stations, and a "superstation" to its existing network.
Stevensons of Oxbridge in Stockton has won the Best Total site award in the SuperStation Awards 2013.
Sure, the Turner Broadcasting empire at the time included TBS, but that channel had evolved from its roots as an Atlanta UHF TV station that bulked up through the steroidal effect of "Superstation" satellite distribution to content-hungry cable operators.
The purchase will bring 19 TV stations in 16 markets to Tribune's current 23 TV stations, superstation WGN America, Tribune Studios, Tribune Digital Ventures and its eight major market newspapers.
This generation, the first to experience the confluence of sports superstation ESPN and increased cable programming, lived through major changes in sports media coverage.
This project, called the Tres Amigas SuperStation, will be located in Clovis, N.M., close to large amounts of established and potential renewable generation, and in its first phase, slated to begin construction in 2012, will support the 5,000 megawatts of power transfer capacity.
But adding O'Brien to its lineup makes sense for TBS, which has come a long way since it started out as a local Atlanta UHF station that grew into the satellite-distributed SuperStation seen nationwide, then became the foundation for Ted Turner's media empire.
DEVENS - Tres Amigas LLC, a partnership that includes American Superconductor Corp., yesterday announced the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission granted it approval to sell transmission services for its planned Tres Amigas SuperStation in New Mexico at negotiated rates.