Áed Aired (died 698) or Áed Airdd or Áed Airech was a Dal nAraide king of the Cruithne in Ulaid (Ulster). He ruled from 690-698.
Other advertisers for 2010 included Homeaway Inc., paying tribute to National Lampoon's Vacation with their stars Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo, and Diamond Foods, who returned to promote both its Emerald Nuts brand and Pop Secret popcorn, which they bought from General Mills two years before. Boost Mobile aired a special ad, celebrating the 25th Anniversary of The Super Bowl Shuffle, featuring many of the 1985 Chicago Bears to advertise their US $50 per month service. Also, in a CBS-produced promo for the Late Show with David Letterman, the eponymous host and his longtime talk show rival, Jay Leno, appeared together with Oprah Winfrey.
The original pilot remained unaired, although some footage from the original pilot was used in the first aired episode. This includes Sansa's scenes with Catelyn (Michelle Fairley's footage as Catelyn was inserted over Jennifer Ehle's performance), Will's ride through the woods (retained though also portrayed by a different actor), most of the feast at Winterfell, and Ned and Robert's scene in the crypt. That scene is one of a few to be filmed on 35 mm film, and consequently slight film grain can be seen in the HD version of the episode.
The Winter Heat Series meanwhile, aired during the winter months between November and January (during NASCAR's offseason). The program began during the 1994-1995 winter and ran through the 1998-1999 winter. The races were held at the 3/8 mile Tucson Raceway Park in Tucson, Arizona. TNN originally broadcast the races before ESPN took over. Broadcasters for TNN were Mike Joy, Buddy Baker, Glenn Jarrett and Ralph Sheheen.
Frito-Lay's Doritos brand, in turn owned by PepsiCo, had four consumer-created advertisements scheduled. The first three ads – running in the first quarter – featured a sly dog using an anti-bark collar to his advantage to steal a man's Doritos, a fast-handed boy defending his Doritos and his mother from a potential suitor, and a man faking his death for free Doritos. The fourth ad, featuring an angry gym rat who was overprotective for his Doritos being stolen, aired in the fourth quarter. Had three of the ads topped the USA Today Super Bowl Ad Meter rankings, the commercial's creators would have won a total of US $5million ($1million for first, $600,000 for second and $400,000 for third, plus a $1million bonus for each of the three finalists). The previous year, Joe and David Herbert's "Free Doritos" ad topped the survey and won $1million. The United States Census Bureau spent $2.5million on a 30-second spot, directed by noted independent filmmaker Christopher Guest, for the 2010 United States Census, which urged Americans to answer its questionnaires that will be sent out in the next few weeks. McDonald's aired a commercial, updating a famous ad from the early 1990s, in which NBA superstars LeBron James and Dwight Howard (replacing Michael Jordan and Larry Bird) play an otherworldly game of H-O-R-S-E, with a McDonald's lunch going to the winner – however, they soon look over and see that Bird has helped himself to it. Mars Chocolate returned three years after its controversial Snickers ad that was protested by gay groups with two men kissing one another that was pulled one day following the game (see Super Bowl XLI: Commercials). The commercial – winner of the annual Ad Meter survey – featured veteran actors Betty White and Abe Vigoda playing full-contact backyard football.
Films seen on ZeD include Cannibalism and Your Teen, which is a humorous parody of the father-knows-best ideology, and Ryan. The anti-racism comedy Cowboys and Indians was also aired more than once. Other popular short films include the animated comedy Strange Invaders, which combines the themes of extraterrestrials and parenthood and notably appeared on ZeD on March 22, 2002, as well as George Lucas in Love. Since works by viewers ranged in quality, ZeD required rigorous editing, especially to avoid copyright violations. Artists generally received $200 for each minute of work published by ZeD.
Some of the rare films that were aired on the series include Tim Burton's Disney short film of Frankenweenie (which Disney decided not to release because they deemed it too scary for children) and George Lucas's original student film Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB which was a basis for his 1971 cult sci-fi film THX 1138. Other notable works that were aired include The Forbidden by Clive Barker, Groping by Alex Proyas, More by Mark Osbourne, George Lucas in Love by Joseph Nussbaum, Battle of the Sexes by Eric Kripke, Season's Greetings by Michael Dougherty, Silent Number by Jamie Blanks, To Build a Better Mousetrap by Christopher Leone, Suspicious by David Koepp, Oink by Rand Ravich, Tripping the Rift by Chris Moeller, Antebios by François Baranger, Herd by Mike Mitchell and Evil Hill by Ryan Schifrin.
The following episodes aired on television but are not listed on the official website and may have included segments that have already previously aired mixed with a separate never-been-aired fraud segment.
Below is a partial list of shows that were previously aired on Philippine television network, ABS-CBN. For the current programs which are airing, see List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN.
Dragnet 1966 is a made-for-TV movie that initiated the return of the Dragnet series to television. It was intended as the TV pilot of Dragnet 1967, but was not aired as planned. It was eventually broadcast in 1969. The movie stars Jack Webb as Sgt. Friday and Harry Morgan as Officer Bill Gannon. The story focuses on crime more typical of the 1960s than of the previous Dragnet era; the detectives are assigned to find a voyeuristic serial killer similar to Harvey Glatman (played by Vic Perrin, who appeared in the 1954 film as an assistant district attorney). Also appearing is Virginia Gregg, who had a role in the 1954 feature and was a frequent guest actor in the 1951–59 series and the 1967–70 episodes, and John Roseboro, a catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, who dabbled in acting in the off season; Roseboro played a plainclothes detective who had been the target of racial slurs by a child molester until Friday came to his aid.
Josh became the first legal abortion performed in American soap opera history, and, according to some sources, the first aired on American television. Author Gerry Waggett, when asked in an interview about All My Children usually being the first soap opera to tackle global issues and what storyline best exemplifies this, responded:
Below is a partial list of TV specials that were previously aired on television network, GMA Network. For the currently aired shows of the network, please see the list of programs broadcast by GMA Network.
Below is a partial list of shows that were previously aired of DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 and DZMM TeleRadyo. For the currently programs see, list of programs broadcast by DZMM.
+ : First aired on different channel in the Philippines and dubbed in English
This is a list of programs previously aired by the now-defunct TV network, AksyonTV. For the currently aired shows on 5 Plus, please see the List of programs broadcast by 5 Plus.
Some of the following Anime were aired on ETC TV, many of those series were also aired on some local Chilean channels, specially Chilevisión on their program "El Club de los Tigritos" (program later replaced by "Invasión") and some exceptions in TVN (Vision of Escaflowne and Lost Universe), Red Televisión (Detective Conan, also aired in Chilevisión) and Megavisión (Dragon Ball, Yu-Gi-Oh!).
Below is a partial list of shows that were previously aired by the DZRH-TV of the Manila Broadcasting Company. This list also includes TV-produced programs previously aired by its successor, RHTV. For the current programs which are airing, please see List of programs broadcast by DZRH/DZRH News Television.
Below is a partial list of shows that were previously aired on the Philippine television network, GMA Network. For the currently aired shows of the network, please see the list of programs broadcast by GMA Network.
Below is a partial list of shows that were previously aired in Studio 23, a defunct Philippine television network.
Below is a partial list of TV specials that were previously aired on television network, Radio Philippines Network. For the currently aired shows of the network, please see the list of programs broadcast by CNN Philippines.