There were only three channels to view on the television. These stations only had air time for eight to ten hours a day. The 1950’s created the term “The late late show”(Encarta) due to the fact that they would show movies or television shows from eleven at night until one in the morning. The characters shown in the 1950s television show called Leave It To Beaver all have white colored skin and portrayed as a happy, perfect family. As the decades progressed, the nuclear families turned into blended families, and the television shows started to have colored characters.
In 1982, 4RO opened a new transmission site at Port Alma, south of Rockhampton, that started transmitting a power of five kilowatts. The old transmitter at Pink Lily is now used by 4RO's Gladstone based sister station 4CC to broadcast their Rockhampton service on 1584 AM. In 1996, 4RO was bought by Reg Grundy's RG Capital Radio. In 2000, RG Capital launched an FM radio station in Rockhampton called Sea FM. The Sea FM studios were set up inside the 4RO building in Victoria Parade.
 The observatory and accompanying exhibits were opened to the public on May 14, 1935. In its first five days of operation the observatory logged more than 13,000 visitors. Dinsmore Alter was the museum's director during its first years; today, Dr. Ed Krupp is the Director of the Observatory. Contents [hide] 1 Exhibits 1.1 Renovation and expansion 2 Visiting Griffith Observatory 3 Filming location 4 Popular culture references 5 Gallery 6 See also 7 References 8 External links  Exhibits The first exhibit visitors encountered in 1935 was the Foucault pendulum, which was designed to demonstrate the rotation of the Earth.  The exhibits also included a twelve-inch (305 mm) Zeiss refracting telescope in the east dome, a triple-beam coelostat (solar telescope) in the west dome, and a thirty-eight foot relief model of the moon's north polar region.
The general acceptance of a utility commission by the public came after a telephone company scandal and soaring utility bills of the 1970’s. Finally in 1975, just two years after Wilson opened the idea of a commission to the general public, the Texas legislature formed what is still known today as the Public Utility Commission of Texas or PUC for short. This commission was comprised of three commissioners that each received a salary of $40,500 per year for the first year and $41,300 for the following year, about the same that other commissioners in Texas received. In the following months, the three commissioners got office space, obtained supplies, hired employees, and most importantly, registered utility companies from across Texas. During this period, they also wrote the first set of rules and regulations that would regulate utility companies across the state.
The highest level of the three-tiered model of the federal court system is the United States Supreme Court. According to the language of Article III of the U.S. Constitution, there is only one national Supreme Court. All other courts in the federal system are considered “inferior.” Congress is empowered to create other inferior courts as it deems necessary. The inferior courts that Congress has created include the second tier in our model—the U.S. courts of appeals 10. When will the US Supreme Court issue a writ of Certiorari?
Two more teams were added every other year from 1970-1974, and another four were added in 1979 (andrewsstarpage.com). With a league going from six teams to 21 over a period of fourteen years created a talent rich league that the Wings had a tough time hanging with. The Red Wings had fourteen losing seasons from 1967-1983. With the decline of the franchise, it was time for a change. During the 1979-1980 season, the team left Olympia Stadium for the newly built Joe Louis Arena.
This series was an adaptation of radio's popular Hear it Now which was also co-produced by Murrow and Fred W. Friendly. See it Now premiered in a half-hour format on 18 November 1951, opening with Murrow's characteristic restraint and directness: “This is an old team trying to learn a new trade.” By 20 April 1952, See it Now had been moved to prime-time where it stayed until July 1955, typically averaging around 3 million viewers. After that point, See it Now was expanded to an hour but telecast more irregularly on a special-events
2, 100 stations out of 11, 000 American stations changed hands in 1996; this number increased to 4000 by 2005. The 1996 act also led to an emergence of radio giants such as Cumulus Media, Viacom, ABC Radio and Clear Channel, which owns over 1, 200 stations including Clear Channel Outdoor and Clear Channel Entertainment. In 2003, Clear Channel and Viacom, jointly, controlled forty two percent of listeners and generated almost forty five percent of revenue within the industry. This results in over seventy six percent of overlapped programming in music and radio charts by the top five radio communication giants. Furthermore, the Telecommunications Act of 1996 resulted in a decrease of local radio.
 According to The Economist, however, IKEA's charitable giving is meager, "barely a rounding error in the foundation's assets. " In 2009, Sweden's largest television station, SVT, revealed that IKEA's money—the three per cent collection from each store—does not actually go to a charitable foundation in Holland, an IKEA has said. Inter IKEA is owned by a foundation in owned by a foundation in Liechtenstein, called Interogo, which has amassed twelve billion dollars, is controlled by the Kamprad family.   Environmental performance After initial environmental issues like the highly publicized formaldehyde scandals in the early 1980s and 1992, IKEA took a proactive stance on environmental issues and tried to prevent future incidents through a variety of measures.  In 1990, IKEA invited