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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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Since the new theater has more than 1,000 fewer seats than its former Hummingbird Centre home, NBC will dance 91 Toronto performances this season, up from 64 last year.
The Marketron 6 series will allow NBC to break down the operational barriers between stations in the group and integrate business processes and information," said Keith Winter, president and COO of Marketron International.
Many affiliate station owners can't understand why Cornwell offered to pay NBC a total of $362 million over the next 10 years for his San Jose-based KNTV to become an NBC affiliate.
Congress has followed suit by allocating hundreds of millions of dollars in recent years to help train first responders--firefighters, police officers, emergency medical personnel--and the National Guard to deal with the aftermath of a terrorist attack involving NBC weapons.
In the August 5, 1996, issue of the New Yorker, David Remnick interviewed Dick Ebersol, president of NBC Sports, and Nicholas Schiavone, NBC director of research, and explored the psycho logical underpinnings of NBC's intricate strategy to capture the female audience.
NBC spokeswoman Julia Drake said the production was 86 percent sold out and drew 63,000 people, or 46 percent more than the previous year.