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NBC

Abbreviation for nuclear, biologic, chemical, as types of mass-casualty weapons.
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His Art Van Damme Quintet recorded 130 episodes of the "Art Van Damme Show" for NBC radio before performing on "Tonight" and other TV variety shows.
25, 1937, on NBC Radio to Irna Phillips and moved to CBS Radio in 1947 and then to TV on June 30, 1952.
By the time KSD became affiliated with the NBC Radio Network, the local station had assumed a low profile, from which it would not emerge for several years.
He also edited a USDA newsletter that was distributed to farm broadcasters across the country; he broadcast a live weekly report for five years on "The National Farm and Home Hour" on NBC radio when its Washington studios were in the old Sheraton Park Hotel; and he was a regular contributor to ABC's "American Farmer" and CBS's "Columbia's Country Journal.
She pointed to the 1945 dinner, which included one of President Franklin Roosevelt's last public appearances and had a list of entertainers that include the NBC radio orchestra.
On his return, he travelled to Hollywood where he was band leader and director on an NBC radio show that featured Frank Sinatra, and Henderson became Sinatra's musical director when they went on the road together.
I was told later that most of the news chiefs were out to lunch at the time," says Joe Mosbrook, a former NBC radio anchor who in 1963 reported for the affiliate station in Wilmington, Delaware.
Crosby reportedly introduced the song to the public on his NBC radio show on 25 December 1941.
Pepsodent signed Hope for his own NBC radio show in 1938, and soon after he starred in his first movie The Big Broadcast of 1938.
The best scene for me is set in the NBC radio station of 1933 which recreates the toothpaste-sponsored Hour of Smiles show.
Karmazin's Infinity and Westwood One operations were placed under common control, he brought along the old Mutual News and the name, if nothing else, of NBC Radio news.
The book also includes the full transcript of a 1945 NBC Radio broadcast of a roundtable discussion among Hayek and two other University of Chicago professors.