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Lady Rerun Entertainment have partnered with Thickemz ENT LLC to create the Entertainment Resource Directory.
While it might seem there would be little incentive to watch the show in reruns - after the initial prize had been won - Braun called the network's plans for ``Push'' ``repurposing with a purpose.
In this election, rerun in a fair and uniform manner, the real winner is the democratic process,'' Harper said.
NORTHAMPTON boss Colin Calderwood joked they will have to suffer endless reruns of George Best's six goals against the Cobblers after his side earned a dream FA Cup tie against Manchester United.
The election authorities formally confirmed Tuesday that none of the seven candidates in the Sapporo mayoral election on Sunday obtained enough votes to win and succeed outgoing Mayor Nobuo Katsura, 72, thereby requiring that the election be rerun.
NBC recently debuted "The Rerun Show," in which an eight-member troupe reenacts episodes of campy old sitcoms in a way that's part love-in, part lampoon, turning familiar characters into punch lines.
Perhaps it was Lionel Barrymore's annual radio reading, or the television rerun of Alistair Sims's 1951 United Artists feature film, or even a good reading aloud, such as Patrick Stewart's, of Mr.
In Carving Again, 2000, a bare-chested Tasset is seen putting on and taking off pounds, changing rapidly from pudgy to buff and back again, as the documentation of a diet that must have lasted months is compressed into seconds, then reversed and rerun in a continuous loop.
Instead, let's focus on a couple of series rerun on TNN.
The contract also sets a guarantee of six episodes of work for television series, with minimum salaries per episode of $2,160 on July 1, 1992, for half-hour seties, advancing to $2,336 over the term of the contract, and $2,539 for 1-hour series, advancing to $2,747 over the term; higher "money breaks" for the employment schedules; and an expansion in the television rerun residual formula to include reruns after July 1, 1992, of l-hour network primetime dramatic programs on late night network, 1-hour dramatic programs made for late night broadcasts that are rerun in syndication, and 1-hour dramatic programs made for Fox Broadcasting that are rerun in syndication or on late night network.
THE French racing authorities came in for criticism from all sides yesterday after the Prix de l'Abbaye was voided in farcical circumstances, and a decision made to rerun the race at the end of the card - some four hours 40 minutes later than scheduled.
5 percent of the minimum for the 13th rerun and subsequent airings thereafter, a figure that is particularly important to actors.