tax on their operations. These business people quickly became aware of other common interests, leading to a series of organizational meetings during September and October 1951 and January 1952. In January 1952, the organization's name officially was changed to National Community Television Association. Early life and career Pleasants was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and did not live in the United States until age 13, when he was sent to school in Philadelphia
"Stinzing" , and its property dismantled and transported to Minsk (Minsk, Belarus), where the "Vyacheslav Molotov" Radio Factory was set up. After the war the plant was renamed ''Minsk Radio and Television Association "Horizont"'' (Horizon). It produced "Minsk" radio receivers, being a copy of the Polish pre-war model but with Soviet tube set. In 1945-49 millions of ethnic Poles from former (pre1939) eastern
police district because the obscenity of the poem allegedly offended modesty and delicacy. The report was filed by Suomen kotien radio- ja televisioliitto (The radio and television association of Finnish homes), a Christian and patriotic organization, and it was only based on the six-line fragment. In connection with that, Yleisradio was — without grounds — accused of copyright violation as well. No charges ever followed. Image:Helsinki Cathedral in July 2004.jpg
, Charlottesville, the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor). the University of Pennsylvania, and a various private owners. Schaffer then conceived and executed a project through which the then fledgling Discovery Channel devoted a week to carrying Russian TV, for which he shared the National Cable Television Association's Golden Ace award. NCTA List of Golden Ace Winners NY Waterway uses ferry slips at four
. Third Infantry Division in Iraq when he suddenly died due to deep vein thrombosis and a pulmonary embolism. ‘My husband should be living today’: Melanie Bloom, the widow of former NBC correspondent David Bloom, on preventing the often-silent killer DVT March 3, 2005 The David Bloom Award was established by the Radio & Television Association in 2006 to honor excellence in enterprise reporting. American
to carrying Russian TV, for which he shared the National Cable Television Association's Golden Ace award. NCTA List of Golden Ace Winners Relations with Russia France was the first U.S. Senator to visit Russia after the Russian Revolution (Russian Revolution (1917)), and consistently advocated cordial relations with the Soviet Union.