Medical Center is a medical drama series which aired on CBS from 1969 to 1976. It was produced by MGM Television.
The Kennedy Center Honors is an annual honor given to those in the performing arts for their lifetime of contributions to American culture.
Live From Lincoln Center is an ongoing series of musical performances produced by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in conjunction with Thirteen/WNET in New York City. A series of concerts, ballets, operas, and recitals telecast, as the title says, live from Lincoln Center, it was created and developed by Executive Producer John Goberman and premiered on January 30, 1976 with a concert featuring André Previn and Van Cliburn. It is aired by PBS stations nationwide periodically rather than on a regular schedule. It has presented historic performances by such artists as Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti, Itzhak Perlman, Isaac Stern, Sir James Galway, Zubin Mehta, Kurt Masur, Beverly Sills, Joan Sutherland, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Audra McDonald, the New York City Ballet, the Mark Morris Dance Group, the American Ballet Theatre, the New York Philharmonic, and the New York City Opera to millions of home viewers. It has won thirteen Emmy Awards and fifty-three Emmy Award nominations, as well as two George Foster Peabody Awards. Two recordings made from concerts presented on the show have won Grammy awards. Announcer Martin Bookspan was with the program from its premiere in 1976 until his 2006 retirement, when Fred Child, announcer for NPR's Performance Today, took over. Several personalities, among them Dick Cavett, Hugh Downs, Sam Waterston, Garrick Utley, Canadian broadcaster Patrick Watson, and Beverly Sills, have served as host for the series, with Downs staying the longest. Ms. Sills was the host from 2000 until two months before her death in 2007. In recent years the host position has been filled by artists such as Alan Alda, Alec Baldwin, Lesley Stahl. The program was principally directed by Kirk Browning from its inception in 1976 until 2008. Since 2008 Alan Skog has been primary director.
Tokura Wataru works in Tokyo for a TV shopping program. After getting on the bad side of the show's charismatic presenter, "Antarctic Ice", he gets transferred to a rural call center. Waiting for him is Aoyama Kyoko, nicknamed the "queen of complaints" for her expert ability at handling unsatisfied customers. Unsettled by this call center that seems to have no regard for the rules, he begins working on a plan to return to the main office in Tokyo. Though at first he struggles in his new position he soon finds love in his work. --Tokyograph
Cool Center was a Philippine live comedy talk show TV series airing on GMA Network starting from March 14, 2009. Cool Center is hosted by Eugene Domingo and Anjo Yllana and serves as a replacement for Nuts Entertainment. Due to Anjo Yllana's vice-mayoral's run for local elections, Eugene Domingo was given a new project Comedy Bar with Allan K. and Fabio Ide—it replaced this show which made its finale on April 17, 2010.
Crisis Center is an American drama television series that aired from February 28 until April 4, 1997.
Christmas In Rockefeller Center is an annual one-hour Christmas special airing live on NBC. It features the biggest stars, TV personalities and musical guests as they join the celebration to watch as 30,000 lights bring the world's most famous Christmas tree to life.
X Center is a SportsCenter spin-off on ESPN/ESPN2 that focuses on the X Games. The show appears four times for both the Summer X Games and Winter X Games at 1:00 or 1:30 a.m. The program otherwise does not appear between X Games. There is also two canadian versions of X Center: X Centre, which airs on TSN2 and X30, which airs on RDS2.
Center of the Universe is a television series on CBS, which ran from October 27, 2004, until January 19, 2005. The sitcom was canceled after just 10 episodes aired. It was set in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. John Goodman starred as John Barnett, a good-natured and successful operator of a security company. The series involved the dependency of his entire family on John for everything -- money, jobs, housing, and personal guidance in every decision. Tagline: "The world doesn't revolve around John...but his family does." A total of 15 episodes were produced.
Call center is a 2005 Italian comedy television series which aired for one season on the now defunct Happy Channel. It was aired in the last two months of the TV channel, which closed on 1 January 2006. The cast included, among others, Beatrice Luzzi, Davide Paniate, Andrea Santonastaso and Claudia Grego. The series was aired every Thursday at 21:00 in November 2005 .
SPEED Center was a motor sports news program on Speed Channel. Debuting on February 13, 2011, It was anchored by Adam Alexander with Jeff Hammond and Sam Hornish, Jr. as analysts on Sunday episodes. Ricky Rudd was the analyst for the first 2 races at Daytona and Phoenix.
Business Center is business network CNBC's flagship primetime show that aired in 5 to 7PM ET timeslot, hosted by Ron Insana and Sue Herera, and it was replaced by Bullseye on December 5, 2003.
Medical drama that aired on ABC from September 22, 1983 to December 8, 1983.
Weather Center was a news/weather program produced by The Weather Channel in Atlanta, Georgia. Initially, Weather Center was the lone news program for The Weather Channel. By 2000, the show had started being significantly pared down. By the end of 2008, Weather Center only aired for one hour a day during the week and two hours on weekends. The 4pm hour of Weather Center was replaced by PM Edition.
Business Center is a former primetime business news show on CNBC Asia. It debuted in mid-October 2000 to replace the Asian Edition of Global Market Watch. The show took its name from CNBC US' flagship evening show, Business Center and while it shared the same lower-thirds, the background for the charts remained the same as the ones used during other daytime shows. The show reviewed all the action from the Asian trading day, crossed-over to Europe to see the midday action there and previewed the session in the US. It also featured updates and analysis of the currency markets from Dow Jones Newswires. World news updates are also featured and the show ends by telling viewers the business events or the kinds of economic data across the region scheduled to be released the following day. It was initially presented by Martin Soong and Grace Phan. Regular contributors to the show included Maria Bartiromo and Nick Hastings. Various reporters from CNBC Europe also gave updates on the European trading day. The show was ultimately replaced in February 2005 by CNBC Tonight.