“The core of our business is what we call the syndicated study.”
“But when I later saw the Star Trek episode in syndicated reruns -- I'd missed it somehow on its first showing -- I felt vindicated!”
“But when it ran in syndicated reruns during the 1970s, new audiences — and particularly children — loved it, launching both the show and Denver into television cult status.”
“So he called syndicated radio shows to fill the time.”
“From a report in the Seattle Times, syndicated from the Los Angeles Times, we get another report that says of Basra, "This once-placid port city is looking a lot like the mob-ruled Chicago of the 1920s, an arena for settling scores between rival gangs, many with ties to the highest echelons of local and national political power.”
“The studios and networks will always be looking for new sitcoms, because a hit sitcom is so enormously valuable to a network and even more to a production company: not only to hit sitcoms run a long time, but they make the kind of syndication money that most dramas never can (the big hits in syndicated reruns are mostly sitcoms, plus the occasional drama like Star Trek or Law and Order).”
“We have recommended that commercial lending be allowed to at least 15 per cent of the book value of total assets for short-term working-capital-type loans, but that there be no restriction on making term loans, or engaging in syndicated loans and financial leasing.”
“In December it signed a $130 million three-year term syndicated note, which it says is the first unsecured loan arranged for any Hong Kong property developer in China since the financial crisis.”
“Though Lewis acknowledges he feels "a little ghoulish," he called syndicated news program Inside Edition looking for help to pay for a journey he believes will put some semblance of closure on his daughter's murder.”
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