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Sunday Routine: How Marky Ramone, Punk Rocker, Spends His Sundays

By TAMMY La GORCE

When he is not compiling music for his SiriusXM show or internet radio channel, Ramone takes in live jazz and watches retro sci-fi movies.

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Encounters: Wait Wait … for NPR Host Peter Sagal

By JOANNE KAUFMAN

Classic midlife crisis leads to obsessive running, a new book and a new marriage.

How β€˜Baby, It’s Cold Outside’ Went From Parlor Act to Problematic

By JACEY FORTIN

Radio stations are pulling the standard from holiday playlists. Cable channels are debating it. And William Shatner is very worked up.

Encounters: Wait Wait … for NPR Host Peter Sagal

By JOANNE KAUFMAN

Classic midlife crisis leads to obsessive running, a new book and a new marriage.

Podcasts Are Getting Newsier. Here Are 8 New Ones Worth a Listen.

By JACLYN PEISER

Before ‘The Daily,’ five-day-a-week podcasts on current events were a rarity. Now ABC News, Vox, The Washington Post and other news organizations have gotten in on the game.

Soccer Match Set for Saudi Arabia Puts Its Organizers on the Defensive

By TARIQ PANJA

Saudi Arabia’s role in the killing of a journalist is creating uncomfortable dynamics for sports officials eager to feed the kingdom’s growing appetite for sports events.

The Best Performances of 2018

By WESLEY MORRIS

The movies and the plays and the TV shows are great, but what about the people in them? They’re right here — well, some of the very best are.

Big City: The Rockettes and Race: A Very White Christmas

By GINIA BELLAFANTE

Decades into the 21st century, the Rockettes remain a nostalgic institution, evoking a time when white women had the spotlight but were expected to stayed in line.

How Guy Raz Built β€˜How I Built This’

By NELLIE BOWLES

The astonishment-prone host (Wow!) has turned a pure zeal for business (It’s amazing!) into a juggernaut podcast. (What is that like?!)

Critic’s Pick: β€˜Christmas Spectacular’ Review: Where Rockettes and Drones Dazzle

By ELISABETH VINCENTELLI

Radio City Music Hall successfully merges old-fashioned showmanship and state-of-the-art technology in this year’s Christmas pageant.

Craig Newmark, Newspaper Villain, Is Working to Save Journalism

By DAVID STREITFELD

The tech mogul, whose Craigslist site helped replace newspaper classifieds, has given $50 million to revitalize local reporting in New York — including a new gift on Wednesday.

Radio Nikita TV HD to launch on Hellas Sat

By JΓΆrn Krieger

Greek radio station Radio Nikita 89.9 will launch a TV channel on Hellas Sat (39° East) on October 20, 2018.

Radio Nikita TV HD will be operated by German TV and radio presenter Nick Stein, CEO of Nikita Media LTD based in Rethymno on the island of Crete. The TV channel and the radio station will broadcast free-to-air on the frequency 12,441 GHz V (SR 23.666, FEC 2/3).

From its launch, Radio Nikita TV HD will also be available on the satellite platforms operated by Cosmote (Greece) and Bulsatcom (Bulgaria). By spring 2019, the channel wants to expand to the Greek Nova platform and Wind Vision.

Radio Nikita TV HD will broadcast in English, German and Bulgarian language and offer a range of programming from visual radio – live images from the radio studio of Radio Nikita 89.9 – to recently released movies (partially with subtitles) and documentaries about the sea, landscape and people in Greece.

Radio Nikita TV HD to launch on Hellas Sat

By JΓΆrn Krieger

Greek radio station Radio Nikita 89.9 will launch a TV channel on Hellas Sat (39° East) on October 20, 2018.

Radio Nikita TV HD will be operated by German TV and radio presenter Nick Stein, CEO of Nikita Media LTD based in Rethymno on the island of Crete. The TV channel and the radio station will broadcast free-to-air on the frequency 12,441 GHz V (SR 23.666, FEC 2/3).

From its launch, Radio Nikita TV HD will also be available on the satellite platforms operated by Cosmote (Greece) and Bulsatcom (Bulgaria). By spring 2019, the channel wants to expand to the Greek Nova platform and Wind Vision.

Radio Nikita TV HD will broadcast in English, German and Bulgarian language and offer a range of programming from visual radio – live images from the radio studio of Radio Nikita 89.9 – to recently released movies (partially with subtitles) and documentaries about the sea, landscape and people in Greece.

They Left Public Radio to Try Their Fortunes on the Blockchain

By JACLYN PEISER

Manoush Zomorodi and Jen Poyant, formerly of WNYC, started a podcast, “ZigZag,” to document their lives as entrepreneurs and working mothers who have taken a risk.

Critic’s notebook: The Best New Social Thriller Is a Podcast

By AMANDA HESS

“Adventures in New America” and “The Horror of Dolores Roach” take fiction podcasts to new heights with mash-ups of horror, comedy and social commentary.

DVB-T2 milestone for Czech Republic

By Chris Dziadul

Ceske Radiokomunikace (CRa) has completed the deployment of its national DVB-T2 transmitter network.

The construction of the network took half a year and now 99.6% of viewers can watch programmes from the Czech public broadcaster Ceska Televize (CT) in the highest HD quality.

The last transmitters were activated in the Zlin region in the south east of the country.

In total, there are 26 and they are being used to distribute channels on CT’s DVB-T2 transition multiplex PS11.

As previously reported by Broadband TV News, the multiplex was launched on March 29 this year.

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