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St. Louis

; The station also represented a milestone in the television industry, providing the first "network" that included Pittsburgh and 13 other cities from Boston to St. Louis. WDTV was one of the last stations to receive a construction permit before the Federal


Boston

, CBS, NBC (National Broadcasting Company), and ABC (American Broadcasting Company) with Arthur Godfrey, Milton Berle, DuMont host Ted Steele, and many other celebrities. DuMont History website by Clarke Ingram The station also represented a milestone in the television industry, providing the first "network" that included Pittsburgh and 13 other cities from Boston to St. Louis.


South Africa

of the southern Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal. Underberg was established in 1917 when the railway from Pietermaritzburg reached the area. It is an important commercial centre for the region's farming industry providing many of the support services. It is also a trading point for people who come down the nearby Sani Pass from Lesotho. The town also houses provincial offices of Social Welfare, Transport, and a Clinic; as well as the municipal library. The Underberg School offers pre-primary and primary education. Churches in town are the Catholic Church, Congregational Church and Highlands Church International. WikiPedia:South Africa Dmoz:Regional Africa South Africa Commons:Category:South Africa


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