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NBCU PRIVACY CENTER

Настоящая Политика в отношении мобильных приложений и Политика конфиденциальности NBCUniversal разъясняют, как компания NBCUniversal может собирать и обрабатывать информацию о Вас и от Вас, когда Вы используете наши мобильные приложения или получаете доступ к Сервисам NBCUniversal через свое мобильное устройство («Мобильные приложения»). Дополнительные особые уведомления и условия могут…

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‘SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE’ KICKS OFF 2020 WITH THREE NEW SHOWS

NEW YORK – Jan. 21, 2020 – Adam Driver will return to Studio 8H to host “Saturday Night Live” for the third time on Jan. 25. Driver is currently nominated for an Academy…

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Press Release
NBC NIGHTLY NEWS WITH LESTER HOLT WINS THE YEAR

2019 Year-End Ratings:

  • Nightly News is the #1 most-watched evening newscast among A25-54 for 12 straight years and A18-49 viewers for 23 years in a row.
  • Among A25-54, Nightly averages 1.683 million viewers in the key news demo, topping ABC by +5,000 (+.3%) and CBS by +579,000 (+52%).
  • The newscast posts its best…
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History Decade
LAUGHTER HEALS ALL WOUNDS

The decade of the seventies began with a series of sobering blows: the fall of Saigon, Watergate, and President Nixon's resignation. The American public was in no mood to dwell on problems, however. Indeed, the painful social issues of the sixties were fodder for the seventies' laugh track, as evidenced by shows such as Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, Sanford and Son, and Saturday Night Live.…

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History Decade
RADIO UNIFIES THE NATION

From its beginnings, NBC (and its parent company, RCA) was investing in the development of television. World War II put a halt to this, as the nation's resources were devoted to the war effort (including Brigadier General David Sarnoff, who served as General Eisenhower's communications expert).

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History Decade
BROUGHT TO YOU IN LIVING COLOR

In 1957, audiences first heard NBC's announcer intone the famous phrase: "The following program is brought to you in living color, on NBC!" At the time, most viewers watched the animated six-color peacock unfold to these words in muted shades of black and white. But by the mid-sixties, NBC was offering virtually its entire lineup in color, and programs such as Bonanza and The Wonderful World…

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History Year
UNIVERSAL BECOMES KING OF THE HORROR MOVIE

Dracula and Frankenstein marked the beginning of Universal's leadership in the horror genre.

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NBC BEGINS EXPERIMENTAL TV BROADCASTS FROM ATOP NEW EMPIRE STATE BUILDING

This doll, named Felix the Cat, was one of the first images ever broadcast by television. Chosen for its tonal contrast and ability to withstand the high temperatures caused by the intense lighting needed for early broadcasts, Felix was placed on a rotating phonograph turntable and televised for a few hours each day, as RCA engineers worked to fine-tune the technology.

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History Year
NBC'S WNBT IN NEW YORK IS GRANTED FCC'S FIRST COMMERCIAL TV STATION LICENSE

On July 1, 1941, WNBT (later to become WNBC) aired the first television commercial. A test pattern equipped with a second hand ticked off a full minute, with the phrase “Bulova Watch Time” visible in the lower right corner of the screen while the “Minute Waltz” played underneath. The spot cost $9.

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NBC ACQUIRES U.S. TELEVISION BROADCAST RIGHTS FOR THE 2010 AND 2012 OLYMPIC GAMES

The company would spend approximately $2.2 billion for rights to the two Olympic Games.

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History Year
QUEER EYE FOR THE STRAIGHT GUY DEBUTS ON BRAVO

The makover show became a smash hit and transformed Bravo into a pop culture trendsetter.

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UNIVERSAL BECOMES THE FIRST STUDIO WITH FIVE SUMMER RELEASES BREAKING THE $100 MILLION MARK

The summer hits were Bruce Almighty2 Fast 2 FuriousHulkSeabiscuit, and American Wedding.

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History Year
TIM RUSSERT BECOMES THE NINTH MODERATOR FOR MEET THE PRESS

Russert, a top-notch interviewer, would expertly grill Washington’s most powerful politicians during his 17-year tenure as host, the longest in the show’s history.  His interviews were so compelling that Meet the Press eventually expanded to an hour-long format in 1992. 

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