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USA-VIDEOGAMES/ET
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April 27, 2014 
Howard Scott Warshaw (C), creator of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial game, gives an interview to television... 
Alamogordo, Canada 
Howard Scott Warshaw creator of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial game gives an interview to television media... 
Howard Scott Warshaw (C), creator of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial game, gives an interview to television media at the old Alamogordo landfill, in Alamogordo, New Mexico, April 26, 2014. Documentary filmmakers digging in a New Mexico landfill on Saturday unearthed hundreds of "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" cartridges, considered by some the worst video game ever made and blamed for contributing to the downfall of the video game industry in the 1980s. REUTERS/Mark Wilson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY) 
SOCCER-LATAM/ARGENTINA
RTR26Y8F 
August 21, 2009 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez (L) and national soccer team coach Diego Maradona gesture during... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina's President Fernandez and national soccer team coach Maradona gesture during a ceremony at... 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez (L) and national soccer team coach Diego Maradona gesture during a ceremony at the Argentine Football Association's (AFA) headquarters in Ezeiza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, August 20, 2009. Fernandez has agreed to pay the Argentine Football Association $155 million to broadcast matches on terrestrial television, more than double what the private cable TV company, with which the AFA broke its contract, was paying. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SOCCER-LATAM/ARGENTINA
RTR26Y8U 
August 20, 2009 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez is embraced by national soccer team coach Diego Maradona (R)... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina's President Fernandez is embraced by national soccer team coach Maradona during a ceremony... 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez is embraced by national soccer team coach Diego Maradona (R) during a ceremony at the Argentine Football Association's (AFA) headquarters in Ezeiza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, August 20, 2009. Fernandez has agreed to pay the Argentine Football Association $155 million to broadcast matches on terrestrial television, more than double what the private cable TV company, with which the AFA broke its contract, was paying. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER POLITICS) 
SOCCER-LATAM/ARGENTINA
RTR26Y8P 
August 20, 2009 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez and national soccer team coach Diego Maradona (R) shake hands... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina's President Fernandez and national soccer team coach Maradona shake hands during a ceremony... 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez and national soccer team coach Diego Maradona (R) shake hands during a ceremony at the Argentine Football Association's (AFA) headquarters in Ezeiza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, August 20, 2009. Fernandez has agreed to pay the Argentine Football Association $155 million to broadcast matches on terrestrial television, more than double what the private cable TV company, with which the AFA broke its contract, was paying. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER POLITICS) 
SOCCER-LATAM/ARGENTINA
RTR26Y8J 
August 20, 2009 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez talks to Argentine Football Association (AFA) President Julio... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina's President Fernandez talks to Argentine Football Association President Grondona at the AFA's... 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez talks to Argentine Football Association (AFA) President Julio Grondona (R) during a ceremony at the AFA's headquarters in Ezeiza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, August 20, 2009. Fernandez has agreed to pay the Argentine Football Association $155 million to broadcast matches on terrestrial television, more than double what the private cable TV company, with which the AFA broke its contract, was paying. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER POLITICS) 
SOCCER-LATAM/ARGENTINA
RTR26Y7Y 
August 20, 2009 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner talks to Argentina Football Association (AFA) President... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner talks to AFA President Grondona during a ceremony in Ezeiza... 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner talks to Argentina Football Association (AFA) President Julio Grondona (L) during a ceremony at AFA's headquarters in Ezeiza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, August 20, 2009. Fernandez has agreed to pay the Argentine Football Association $155 million to broadcast matches on terrestrial television, more than double what the private cable TV company, with which the AFA broke its contract, was paying. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER POLITICS MEDIA) 
SOCCER-LATAM/ARGENTINA
RTR26Y7W 
August 20, 2009 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner listens to Argentina Football Association (AFA)... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner listens to AFA President Grondona during a ceremony in Ezeiza... 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner listens to Argentina Football Association (AFA) President Julio Grondona (L) during a ceremony at AFA's headquarters in Ezeiza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, August 20, 2009. Fernandez has agreed to pay the AFA $155 million to broadcast matches on terrestrial television, more than double what the private cable TV company, with which the AFA broke its contract, was paying. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER POLITICS MEDIA) 
SOCCER-LATAM/ARGENTINA
RTR26Y7V 
August 20, 2009 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner listens to Argentina Football Association (AFA)... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner listens to AFA President Grondona during a ceremony in Ezeiza... 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner listens to Argentina Football Association (AFA) President Julio Grondona (L) during a ceremony at AFA's headquarters in Ezeiza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, August 20, 2009. Fernandez has agreed to pay the AFA $155 million to broadcast matches on terrestrial television, more than double what the private cable TV company, with which the AFA broke its contract, was paying. At right is Argentina's national soccer team coach Diego Maradona (REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER POLITICS MEDIA) 
SOCCER-LATAM/ARGENTINA
RTR26Y7T 
August 20, 2009 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and Argentina's national soccer team coach Diego... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina's President Fernandez and Argentina's national soccer team coach Maradona applaud during a... 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and Argentina's national soccer team coach Diego Maradona (R) applaud as Argentina Football Association (AFA) President Julio Grondona (L) signs a document during a ceremony at AFA's headquarters in Ezeiza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, August 20, 2009. Fernandez has agreed to pay the AFA $155 million to broadcast matches on terrestrial television, more than double what the private cable TV company, with which the AFA broke its contract, was paying. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER POLITICS MEDIA) 
SOCCER-LATAM/ARGENTINA
RTR26Y7P 
August 20, 2009 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner listens to Argentina's national soccer team coach... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner listens to Argentina's national soccer team coach Maradona... 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner listens to Argentina's national soccer team coach Diego Maradona during a ceremony at the Argentina Football Association's headquarters in Ezeiza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, August 20, 2009. Fernandez has agreed to pay the Argentine Football Association $155 million to broadcast matches on terrestrial television, more than double what the private cable TV company, with which the AFA broke its contract, was paying. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER POLITICS MEDIA) 
SOCCER-LATAM/ARGENTINA
RTR26Y7O 
August 20, 2009 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and Argentina's national soccer team coach Diego... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner and Argentina's national soccer team coach Maradona gesture... 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and Argentina's national soccer team coach Diego Maradona (R) gesture during a ceremony at Argentina Football Association's headquarters in Ezeiza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, August 20, 2009. Fernandez has agreed to pay the Argentine Football Association $155 million to broadcast matches on terrestrial television, more than double what the private cable TV company, with which the AFA broke its contract, was paying. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER POLITICS MEDIA) 
SOCCER-LATAM/ARGENTINA
RTR26Y7L 
August 20, 2009 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner waves to supporters as Argentina's national soccer... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner waves to supporters in Ezeiza 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner waves to supporters as Argentina's national soccer team coach Diego Maradona (R) and Argentina Football Association (AFA) President Julio Grondona (L) applaud during a ceremony at AFA's headquarters in Ezeiza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, August 20, 2009. Fernandez has agreed to pay the Argentine Football Association $155 million to broadcast matches on terrestrial television, more than double what the private cable TV company, with which the AFA broke its contract, was paying. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER POLITICS MEDIA) 
SOCCER-LATAM/ARGENTINA
RTR26Y7I 
August 20, 2009 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, flanked by Argentina's national soccer team coach... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina's President Fernandez displays an Argentine soccer jersey in Ezeiza 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, flanked by Argentina's national soccer team coach Diego Maradona (R) and Argentina Football Association (AFA) President Julio Grondona (L), displays an Argentine soccer jersey with her name during a ceremony at AFA's headquarters in Ezeiza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, August 20, 2009. Fernandez has agreed to pay the AFA $155 million to broadcast matches on terrestrial television, more than double what the private cable TV company, with which the AFA broke its contract, was paying. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER POLITICS MEDIA) 
VENEZUELA
RTXOVE9 
May 28, 2009 
Protesters take part in a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by Venezuelan... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Protesters take part in demonstration to commemorate anniversary of Chavez's decision to not renew license... 
Protesters take part in a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to not renew the license of RCTV broadcasting station in Caracas May 27, 2009. Venezuela's main private television station RCTV became a cable-only network two years ago when Chavez refused to renew its terrestrial license because it was implicated in a brief coup against him. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA POLITICS CONFLICT MEDIA) 
VENEZUELA
RTXOVE5 
May 28, 2009 
Riot police keep watch during a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Riot police keep watch during demonstration to commemorate anniversary of Chavez's decision to not renew... 
Riot police keep watch during a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to not renew the license of RCTV broadcasting station in Caracas May 27, 2009. Venezuela's main private television station RCTV became a cable-only network two years ago when Chavez refused to renew its terrestrial license because it was implicated in a brief coup against him. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA POLITICS CONFLICT MEDIA) 
VENEZUELA
RTXOVCU 
May 28, 2009 
Protesters take part in a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by Venezuelan... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Protesters take part in demonstration to commemorate anniversary of Chavez's decision to not renew license... 
Protesters take part in a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to not renew the license of RCTV broadcasting station in Caracas May 27, 2009. Venezuela's main private television station RCTV became a cable-only network two years ago when Chavez refused to renew its terrestrial license because it was implicated in a brief coup against him. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA POLITICS CONFLICT MEDIA) 
VENEZUELA
RTXOVAI 
May 28, 2009 
Riot police keep watch during a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Riot police keep watch during demonstration to commemorate anniversary of decision by Venezuelan President... 
Riot police keep watch during a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to not renew the license of RCTV broadcasting station in Caracas May 27, 2009. Venezuela's main private television station RCTV became a cable-only network two years ago when Chavez refused to renew its terrestrial license because it was implicated in a brief coup against him. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA POLITICS CONFLICT MEDIA) 
VENEZUELA
RTXOV94 
May 28, 2009 
Protesters take part in a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by Venezuelan... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Protesters take part in demonstration to commemorate anniversary of decision by Venezuelan President... 
Protesters take part in a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to not renew the license of RCTV broadcasting station in Caracas May 27, 2009. Venezuela's main private television station RCTV became a cable-only network two years ago when Chavez refused to renew its terrestrial license because it was implicated in a brief coup against him. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA POLITICS CONFLICT MEDIA) 
VENEZUELA
RTXOV8V 
May 28, 2009 
Protesters take part in a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by Venezuelan... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Protesters take part in demonstration to commemorate anniversary of decision by Venezuelan President... 
Protesters take part in a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to not renew the license of RCTV broadcasting station in Caracas May 27, 2009. Venezuela's main private television station RCTV became a cable-only network two years ago when Chavez refused to renew its terrestrial license because it was implicated in a brief coup against him. The banner reads, "Stop abuses against the press". REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA POLITICS CONFLICT MEDIA) 
CBS
RTRI5HH 
July 20, 2005 
Carla Gugino smiles as she answers a question at the panel for CBS television series Threshold in Beverly... 
Beverly Hills, USA 
Carla Gugino smiles as she answers a question at the panel for CBS television series Threshold in ...... 
Carla Gugino smiles as she answers a question at the panel for CBS television series Threshold in Beverly Hills. Actress Carla Gugino smiles as she answers a question at the panel for CBS television series "Threshold" at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills July 20, 2005. The television series tells the story of a team of experts assembled by Dr. Molly Anne Caffrey (Gugino) who are assembled after the U.S. Navy discovered that an extra-terrestrial craft has landed in the Atlantic ocean. The series premieres on CBS in the fall of 2005. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
CBS
RTRI5GV 
July 20, 2005 
Carla Gugino gestures as she answers a question at the panel for CBS television series Threshold in Beverly... 
Beverly Hills, USA 
Carla Gugino gestures as she answers a question at the panel for CBS television series Threshold in ...... 
Carla Gugino gestures as she answers a question at the panel for CBS television series Threshold in Beverly Hills. Actress Carla Gugino gestures as she answers a question at the panel for CBS television series "Threshold" at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills July 20, 2005. The television series tells the story of a team of experts assembled by Dr. Molly Anne Caffrey (Gugino) who are assembled after the U.S. Navy discovered that an extra-terrestrial craft has landed in the Atlantic ocean. The series premieres on CBS in the fall of 2005. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
CBS
RTRI5GB 
July 20, 2005 
Carla Cugino gestures as she answers a question at the panel for CBS television series Threshold in Beverly... 
Beverly Hills, USA 
Carla Cugino gestures as she answers a question at the panel for CBS television series Threshold in ...... 
Carla Cugino gestures as she answers a question at the panel for CBS television series Threshold in Beverly Hills. Actress Carla Gugino gestures as she answers a question at the panel for CBS television series "Threshold" at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills July 20, 2005. The television series tells the story of a team of experts assembled by Dr. Molly Anne Caffrey (Gugino) who are assembled after the U.S. Navy discovered that an extra-terrestrial craft has landed in the mid-Atlantic ocean. The series premieres on CBS in the fall of 2005. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
GERMANY
RTR76Q6 
April 05, 2005 
A helicopter transports the final part of the new broadband antenna installation at Munich's radio tower... 
Munich, Germany 
A helicopter transports a new part of the broadband antenna installation at Munich's radio tower. 
A helicopter transports the final part of the new broadband antenna installation at Munich's radio tower April 5, 2005. In the course of a nationwide change-over from analog to a digital terrestrial television broadcast, the radio tower received a new 19.2 metre high antenna mast. TECOM REUTERS/Michaela Rehle MR/AA 
BRITAIN MERGER
RTRSPWR 
November 26, 1999 
FILE PHOTO DATED APR93 - United News & Media Plc and Carlton Communications Plc announced plans for a... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
APRIL 1993 FILE PHOTO OF MICHAEL GREEN CHAIRMAN OF CARLTON COMMUNICATIONS. 
FILE PHOTO DATED APR93 - United News & Media Plc and Carlton Communications Plc announced plans for a #7.8 billion merger Novemebr 26. The deal will create Britain's biggest commercial television concern and a force to compete in a rapidly consolidating global media market. Michael Green, Chairman of Carlton Communications, said that the merger will strengthen Britains Indepedent Television and contribute to the success of digital terrestrial television. Green is seen in this April 1993 file picture at a prvious media briefing.

PS/AA 
NOKIA
RTXJ5EY 
August 28, 1999 
An employee presents a prototype of Nokia's MediaScreen, a new multimedia terminal, at the world's largest... 
Berlin, Germany - FDR 
An employee presents a prototype of Nokia's MediaScreen, a new multimedia terminal, at the world's l..... 
An employee presents a prototype of Nokia's MediaScreen, a new multimedia terminal, at the world's largest international broadcasting and consumer fair (IFA) in Berlin August 27. Nokia introduced an entirely new concept prototype combining TV, Internet and mobile phone technology. The broadcasting of signals takes place via terrestrial networks made available by German Telecom DVB-T (Terrestrial Digital Television) pilot project in Berlin, the mobile phone channel is supplied by the German Telekom D1 network. About 870 exhibitors from 36 countries present their products at the world's largest international broadcasting and consumer fair IFA which will open to the public on Saturday.
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