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NBC

abbreviation for
1. (Broadcasting) (in the US) National Broadcasting Company
2. (Military) (of weapons or warfare) nuclear, biological, and chemical

NBC

National Broadcasting Company (a television network).
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Rockefeller Center encompasses ten buildings and 8 million square feet of office space, the headquarters of General Electric and its subsidiary, the National Broadcasting Company, plus Radio City Music Hall and, of course, the famous skating rink and annual Christmas Tree.
They used to be one company, too - the Red and Blue networks of the National Broadcasting Company - and had both been part of GE until GE spun them off to a newly created RCA, and those two companies merged in 1985 (but ABC had been sold in 1946).
The National Broadcasting Company operates the NBC Television Network, currently the #2 network in the United States.
On April 8, the working meeting of Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Oleksandr Sych with Director General of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) Ingrid Deltenre and Director of the National Broadcasting Company of Ukraine (NBCU) Zurab Alasaniya was held.
Wright served previously as president and chief executive officer of General Electric Financial Services, as chairman, president and chief executive officer of National Broadcasting Company, Inc.
Colacino has participated in a number of television/cable studio assignments while at Studley for clients such as National Broadcasting Company (NBC), Warner Bros.
Because of him, the National Broadcasting Company caused the first pseudo-incident of the Summer Olympic Games on Tuesday.
Gillespie spent his early career in sports media, with companies including CBS Sports, National Broadcasting Company, and Sports Information Database, Inc.
The transformation of the national broadcasting company into a public service broadcaster will take more than one year or two, this is a long process, in which media professionals, creative intellectuals, media audience, staff of the public service broadcaster should be engaged.

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