Channel City

Channel City
«город у пролива» Санта-Барбара, штат Калифорния.

Америка через американизмы. — М.: «Высшая школа». . 1982.

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  • City 7 TV (Ireland) — City Channel Ltd Type Television Country …   Wikipedia

  • City Channel Dublin — Launched 4 October 2005 Owned by City Channel Country …   Wikipedia

  • Channel Islands of California — Geography Location …   Wikipedia

  • Channel 4 programming — Channel 4, in common with the other main British stations broadcast on analogue, airs a highly comprehensive range of programming. It was established in 1982 with a specific intention of providing programming to groups of minority interests, not… …   Wikipedia


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