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List of most watched television broadcasts in Canada - Most watched broadcasts

The following is a list of the twenty most watched TV broadcasts in Canada.

North Texas Mean Green men's basketball - Broadcasts

Television broadcasts are carried by ESPN+, ESPN3, and C-USA TV.

Peter Masters - Broadcasts

His sermons have been broadcast in the UK since 2003 on the Sky channel UCB with up to seven airings a week. In 2013 it transferred to the Sky channel Revelation TV, it is aired every Saturday evening at 8pm. These broadcasts include a sermon from Dr Masters and an accompanying apologetic or biographical feature. Current UK channels are Sky Channel 581, Freeview HD Channel 241 and Freesat Channel 692. Programmes are also carried by a number of overseas radio stations including in the USA and New Zealand.

France Bleu Loire Océan - Broadcasts

The station broadcasts its programming via FM, to the following locations: Châteaubriant, Guémené-Penfao, La Roche-sur-Yon, Les Sables-d'Olonne, Luçon, Nantes, Saint-Nazaire, Angers and Île de Noirmoutier.

Live Alien Broadcasts

Live Alien Broadcasts is the first live album of Seattle band TAD, which was released in 1995.

Bharati Vaishampayan - Broadcasts

Apart from various concert broadcasts on radio, Dr. Bharati has also worked as an Expert on the Selection Committee at AIR, Sangli in 1990. She has also participated in various discussions on AIR, notably 'Future of Classical Music' and 'Swarlipi of Pandit Bhatkhande'.

Le Van Thanh - Broadcasts

Epoch Times stated that SOH's radio broadcasts into mainland China were a major contributor to breaking the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP's) control of news and media in the country. "SOH's programming regularly discusses the CCP's history of violence and mass murder in China, human rights abuses, official corruption, protests against the regime, and Falun Gong and its ongoing persecution in China."

Pambazuka News - Broadcasts

Pambazuka broadcasts contain audio and video content. They include commentaries and debates by social justice movements across Africa. Community and mainstream radio broadcasters use the Pambazuka products.

North Texas Mean Green women's basketball - Broadcasts

Television broadcasts are carried by ESPN+, ESPN3, and C-USA TV.

Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Broadcasts

The Chicago Symphony first broadcast on the radio in 1925. Though often sporadic, there have been broadcasts ever since. With the 1965-1966 season, Chicago radio station WFMT began regular tape-delayed stereo broadcasts of CSO concerts, running through the 1968-1969 season. They resumed from 1976 through the 2000-2001 season before ceasing due to lack of sponsorship. In 2007, the broadcasts once again resumed with a 52-week series. The broadcasts are sponsored by BP and air on 98.7 WFMT in Chicago and the WFMT Radio Network. They consist of 39 weeks of recordings of live concerts, as well as highlights from the CSO's vast discography.

Sydney Selwyn - Broadcasts

Following several brief but popular broadcasts he gave on the dangers of licking postage stamps (particularly in countries that used crude forms of "cow gum" made from bones that could contain a worrying variety of still active diseases) he was consulted by De La Rue and the Walsall Security Printing companies who were early pioneers of self-adhesive stamps. One of the resulting projects he became involved with was the development of a set of self adhesive stamps featuring historic post boxes for Gibraltar.

The Lost Broadcasts

The Lost Broadcasts is a Yes DVD released by Voiceprint in 2009. It contains footage of Yes from 1969 to 1971. In late August 2009, the "Time and a Word" video was posted on the internet as a preview, where the original title From a Time Beyond and Before was shown. About a week later, the clip was deleted and re-posted with the new title The Lost Broadcasts.

The Onedin Line - Broadcasts

In the Netherlands, broadcasts started in 1972.

Radio SOMA - Broadcasts

The station broadcasts usually 24 hours a day on 107.9 MHz in Abkhazia. The studio of Radio SOMA is located in a building of the Abkhazian State University.

Ernest Angley - Broadcasts

Angley also broadcasts The 90 & 9 Club (named in reference to Matthew 18:12–13) weekdays on his ministry owned TV station WBNX-TV 55 in Cleveland, Ohio. Additional airings of both shows as well as gospel music programming also airs on secondary digital channel 55.2.

Charlie Wild, Private Detective - Broadcasts

The CBS broadcasts were sponsored by Wildroot Cream Oil hair tonic. The ABC series was sponsored by Mogen David wine.

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra - Broadcasts

Launched in 1982, the Pittsburgh Symphony Radio program is hosted by Jim Cunningham of WQED-FM. It is a complete two-hour concert with Music Director Manfred Honeck and guest artists heard on over 100 PRI and NPR stations across the country. The Pittsburgh Symphony was first broadcast in 1936 when NBC Blue Network began a series of 26 half-hour radio broadcasts over the NBC Blue Network of more than 90 stations. The broadcasts were sponsored by Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company.

Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama - Broadcasts

TV Tokyo officially streams the series in Japan as part of the Ani.TV Lineup on October 8, 2015. Bandai Channel also starts streaming the series in Japan as well in the video site Nico Nico Douga and in NTT DoCoMo's video streaming service Docomo Anime Store. Starting in April 2016, the timeslot of the series is changed to make way for Aikatsu Stars! premiere. Reruns of the series later aired in Disney Channel Japan starting May 1, 2016 through CS Broadcasts and later on in TV Tokyo's Animeteleto Streaming Service. Also, it aired in foreign countries such as South Korea via Disney Channel Korea beginning on August 1, 2016, Hong Kong via ViuTV on February 22, 2017, Thailand via Channel 3 on November 4, 2017, Taiwan via MOMO Kids on November 12, 2017 and MENA via Spacetoon on November 12, 2017.

National Service of Remembrance - Broadcasts

The BBC Television Service was suspended at the outbreak of World War II and the broadcast resumed in November 1946 when George VI unveiled the addition of the dates of that conflict (1939—MCMXXXIX; and 1945—MCMXLV) to the Cenotaph. It has been televised every year since, making the broadcast one of the longest-running live broadcasts in the world.

New Year Live - Broadcasts

The programme is broadcast on BBC One in England, Wales and Northern Ireland whilst BBC One Scotland broadcasts Hogmanay Live with celebrations based in Edinburgh. Both, however, are available to watch anywhere in the United Kingdom on digital television.

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