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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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NBC's long-running sitcom "The Office" ended in 2013, but after a few years off the air, it's looking to make a return to the Peacock network.
That's when programming from the multicolored Peacock Network will move to Channel 10, on most of the DMA's cable and DBS providers, and on Channel 8 or 8.
Internally, O'Connell's prior executive experience at NBC was key in breaking the ice at the Peacock network when "Hannibal" showed up as a pre-packaged, paid-for deal.
Plus, the peacock network has commissioned a pilot entitled Bad Girls, based on a British series that follows a group of female prisoners and jail staffers.
The son of a used car salesman father and a beauty salon owner mother, the reigning Country Music Association's Male Vocalist of the Year is at the height of popularity, not because of his singing voice, per se, but his mentoring stint on NBC's "The Voice," the surprise-hit reality talent show that single-handedly lifted the peacock network from the
Comcast's position is that, since it doesn't directly compete with Time Warner in any market, licensing agreements for NBC channels (which include the Peacock network, CNBC, MSNBC, USA, Bravo, Syfy and Oxygen) should not be affected by the deal.
NBC), one of the bona-fide hits to emerge from the past TV season and one of the bright spots for the beleaguered Peacock network.
In the case of NBC, the idea is to free the Peacock network from the trauma that befell ABC's "MNF" last year, when lousy late-season matchups encouraged would-be viewers to spend their evenings doing other things, presumably family details such as recounting how many children they had and so forth.
Among all respondents to a survey by Broadcasting & Cable magazine, 47 percent picked the peacock network on top.
Here's a tidbit the peacock network skipped over: One important change we effected curiously had to do with us.
However, it seems the peacock network didn't want to compete with Fox for ratings.
In "Top of the Rock," former NBC Entertainment prez Warren Littlefield's memoir of his two decades at the Peacock network, his boss of bosses, one-time GE chief Jack Welch, says that despite the hits developed during Littlefield's tenure, he was finally let go because management felt he'd become "a dry hole.