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weta

(ˈwɛtə)
n
(Animals) any of various wingless insects of the family Stenopelmatidae of New Zealand, with long spiny legs
[Māori]
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But WETA boss Kevin Harris has said the problem with the show is not the cost of buying it in from the BBC but the fact that under its contract the station can show each episode just once, and that only 8,000 households tune in every week.
WETA TV is one of the four main program-generating stations in the PBS system.
The transfer of services from the City of Vallejo to San Francisco Bay Ferry comes four years after the California State Legislature directed WETA to assume the city's Vallejo-San Francisco routes, in order to sustain viable transit options for the more than 600,000 annual passengers who rely on these public services.
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AMERICA IN PRIMETIME is a production of WETA Washington, DC, and The Documentary Group, in association with the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation.
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The WETA signal is approximately 50 miles in radius, providing ample coverage for the entire National Capitol Region (NCR) regardless of where emergencies occur.
Its success is 'baked in,'" said Dalton Delan, Executive Vice President, Chief Programming Officer for WETA Washington, DC.
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