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My children do not know what it’s like to flip around channels. They either go to Netflix, Apple TV, or they pull up YouTube, and they can watch their shows.
I think that people should come to Australia through the front door, not through the back door. If people want a migration outcome, they should go through the migration channels.
I think, because of the Internet, we’re not looking at the very, very narrow channels for distribution that there used to be.
I believe people will be watching their TV screens for a long time and that TV channels have a long-term life.
The image we have of bin Laden in his final years in Abbottabad is of an aging man with a graying beard watching old footage of himself; just another suburban dad flipping though the channels with his remote.
When Gore Vidal was coming up, there were three major channels, and he could count on a big audience when he debated someone like William F. Buckley on TV.
Every cell in our body is primarily water. But the water doesn’t just sit in the cell, it moves through it in a very organized way. The process occurs rapidly in tissues that have these aquaporins or water channels.
I think all technology should be plug and play. I would say it’s easier to set up a blog than it is to change channels on your telly.
I don’t know what forces Hindi satellite channels to indulge in so much negativity.
You know, people aren’t watching a network: they’re watching cable channels.
I don’t make it in regular channels, and that’s okay for me.
Look at the way I look. Guys like me aren’t on TV too often. Not on news channels.
Sometimes you might feel blogs are like TV: You have a thousand channels, but nothing good is on.
It is a really interesting to hear yourself on the radio. I’ve gotten to hear myself in different capacities. I’ve heard myself on Sirius XM on the bluegrass channels, and on WSM and other places.
I have never believed you go to war in Iraq, you go to war in Afghanistan, and believe that you can deal with those battlefields, those countries, in microcosms, or narrow channels.
The BBC does a sterling job, but I’d like to see it do more. ITV does four arts programmes a year; it used to be 28. At least Sky, with its two arts channels, is trying.
Corporate houses and big companies can be meaningful distribution channels for start-ups.
I grew up with four T.V. channels. If you missed a show, you missed it. You gotta wait a week for the next one. I’d mail-order books: take a quarter, get an envelope, send off for it and wait until it arrived. I grew up waiting for things.
We all grew up, our grandmothers and mothers had about three channels to watch, so we watched those soaps and now, a generation has grown up with the Internet and computers and video games.
Football inspires and excites people like nothing else on the planet, and what I love about Common Goal is that it channels this passion in a way that makes a real difference to disadvantaged communities around the world.
When the States already had nuclear weapons, and the Soviet Union was only building them, we got a significant amount of information through Soviet foreign intelligence channels.
Whenever I’m flipping channels, I see Telugu movies dubbed in Hindi and I can’t help but watch them.
I started watching English news channels and would repeat after the anchor. Since coaching classes were expensive, I joined a call centre where, after undergoing training for a month, I quit. I followed this strategy in 15 BPOs. I could earn money and learn English at the same time.
If you are moving the informal economy into the formal economy, and if the transactions which for years were never reported as part of GDP are now transacted through banking channels, it will only add to the GDP, not reduce the GDP.
With excessive digitisation, now, everyone is making films, which is good, but the makers think that they will quickly make films in digital and bag satellite rights but television channels buy satellite rights of notable films only. If we made fewer films a year, percentage of hits would be better.
I don’t watch television news and, so, whatever I know is from online snippets released by various channels.
Theatre has had a very important role in changing South Africa. There was a time when all other channels of expression were closed that we were able to break the conspiracy of silence, to educate people inside South Africa and the outside world. We became the illegal newspaper.
When you had just three and then four channels, I could always find something that was watchable because the standard of TV was much higher. In those days, they had so much more money to put into so many less programmes.
Television is really fertile ground, and it’s because of platforms like Netflix and Hulu and, of course, the cable channels like HBO and Showtime.
Television is becoming a collage – there are so many channels that you move through them making a collage yourself. In that sense, everyone sees something a bit different.
Fighting on HBO and Showtime, people had to pay money to watch them and a lot of people who love boxing, they didn’t have those channels.
When I was a kid, we got up, we walked a number of paces to a television, turned it on, and changed channels.
I’m an expert on surfing the channels, so I’m always able to find something strange. Or I watch C-Span. I can watch a conference on oceanography, or whatever, for hours.
Throughout my career I have developed a thick skin against verbal abuse, justifying it as just ‘part of the game’ but the time has come for Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to consider regulating their channels, taking responsibility for protecting the mental health of users regardless of age, race, sex or income.
Our customers do not differentiate between channels, and now, neither will we.
I was inspired by comedy channels. I loved that they got to do sketches and could be funny and crude and make people laugh. But most of those channels, if not all of them, were done by guys.
I am not against privatisation of the media channels but I stand for a strong regulation and transparency.
Towards the end of summer 2013, when school ended, I decided to re-download all of my social media channels and make videos again. The next day, I woke up and had 9,000 followers. I did the same thing the next day and woke up with 54,000 followers.
I work from a deep sense of insecurity. I have the belief, and I can’t shake it, that there are endless reasons to turn the channel. There are hundreds of channels and entirely other things to do besides TV. And if you make a bad television show there’s no reason for the audience to come back the following week.
The music and movie business has been consistently wrong in its claims that new platforms and channels would be the end of its businesses. In each case, the new technology produced a new market far larger than the impact it had on the existing market.
TV is so expensive to make and these channels aren’t necessarily rolling in money, that getting anything off the ground… they can’t take that many risks.
Moral authority has been laid to rest, world opinion is no more than a game show and the difference between good and evil is about as relevant as changing channels.
If you had to pay separately for just PBS, probably, sadly, not a majority of Americans would do that. So there’s many channels, whether it’s Discovery Channel or C-SPAN or many, many others, that just aren’t viable.
Every so often, there is an article saying the old kind of talk show isn’t possible now. In the oldest kind of talk show, you only had the choice of that or two other channels!
I stopped buying Sunday papers about 15 years ago, because you’d buy handfuls of them, and what you got, because the hard news comes from so many other channels, was opinion pieces. You’re better off spending the money on a good novel.
I watch a lot of YouTube videos. I like game play channels like the Game Grumps. But I mostly watch sketch comedy.
I am distressed when I see news channels saying ‘Devdas’ has let down the country by not getting an Oscar nomination.
Where he was, where his cells were, where his logistical channels were, how he communicated. Who his allies were. Who donated to them. I think it’s fair to say the entire range of sources were brought to bear.
What really matters is your movies and how good a person you are. Otherwise, tabloids and news channels writing about you only builds your curiosity and stardom and propels you to reach wider places.
I hear some horror stories from other channels, and I think what a blessing to work with a team of people that you’re genuinely happy to hang with. I don’t feel I need to dominate ‘Newsnight.’
We’re lucky in that channels like Science, Animal Planet and Discovery are essentially universal in terms of their appeal. If you wake up in Moscow and put on the Science channel, it doesn’t feel like an American channel, it feels like their channel.
Males have probably always enjoyed watching the defeat of other males, but without the invention of numerals and the subsequent invention of the concept of keeping score, we could never have had a million sports channels.