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The PTN900 packet transport network series, designed based on the company's 'Any Media' concept, allows fast access to base transceiver stations via any existing transmission resource, including optical fibers, microwave and cooper cables.
The culinary couple, Dan Smith and Steve McDonagh, were awarded their own Food Network series, Party Line With Steve and Dan, which premiered in fall 2005.
CAPTION(S): photo Photo: Tony Shalhoub stars as an obsessive-compulsive detective in the new USA Network series ``Monk.
WE'RE EXCITED because it's the first network series to have gay parenting," says Craig Zadan, speaking of his new fall ABC sitcom, It's All Relative.
WRQ, a leading PC connectivity company headquartered in Seattle, WA, is developing a suite of Internet access applications to ship with its award-winning TCP/IP implementation, the Reflection Network Series for Windows.
``Repurposing'' network series - repeating them on affiliated cable channels within a few days or weeks after they've aired on the broadcaster that developed it - will be practiced even more in the future, for reasons both economic and creative, suggested Jamie Kellner, chairman and CEO of Turner Broadcasting, who also oversees the WB network.
com, "Tyler's Ultimate Holiday Menu Planner" features 27 new holiday recipes by Tyler Florence, celebrity chef and host of the Food Network series "Tyler's Ultimate.
The seven prime-time network series currently being produced - including CBS' ``The King of Queens'' and ``Family Law,'' Fox's new serial ``Pasadena'' and upcoming comedy ``The Tick'' and WB's ``Dawson's Creek'' - will be ``fully supported'' through their runs, according to SPE.