1. NBC News has used a number of logos throughout its history; early logos used by the television and radio networks were similar to the logo of its then parent company, RCA.
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5. NBC News sold the distribution rights to programs it produced prior to that year to National Telefilm Associates in 1973; those rights are currently owned by CBS Television Distribution, although NBC still owns the copyrights to the episodes.
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8. NBC News holds the broadcast rights to several annual specials and award show telecasts including the Golden Globe Awards and the Emmy Awards.
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12. In 1989, NBC News premiered Saved by the Bell, a live-action teen sitcom which originated on The Disney Channel the previous year as Good Morning, Miss Bliss.
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14. NBC News continued to grow the Chicago franchise with a third spinoff titled Chicago Justice.
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16. NBC News improved considerably in total viewership, finishing behind long-dominant CBS in second place for the season.
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17. In 2013, NBC News Sports migrated its business and production operations to new facilities in Stamford, Connecticut.
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18. In March 2007, NBC News announced that it would begin offering full-length episodes of its prime time series for streaming on mobile devices, becoming the first US broadcast network to offer on-demand mobile episode content, as the market began shifting away from traditional television.
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21. NBC News aired The Wizard of Oz each year from 1968 to 1976, when CBS, realizing that they may have committed a colossal blunder by letting a huge ratings success like Oz go to another network, agreed to pay MGM more money to re-acquire the rights to show the film.
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33. On January 1, 1927, NBC News formally divided their respective marketing strategies: the "Red Network" offered commercially sponsored entertainment and music programming; the "Blue Network" mostly carried sustaining—or non-sponsored—broadcasts, especially news and cultural programs.
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34. NBC News has thirteen owned-and-operated stations and nearly 200 affiliates throughout the United States and its territories, some of which are available in Canada via pay-television providers or in border areas over-the-air; NBC maintains brand licensing agreements for international channels in South Korea and Germany.
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44. NBC News dominated coverage of the Olympics in 1988 with its broadcast from Seoul, South Korea.
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49. NBC News Sports Network is distributed via cable systems and satellite operators throughout the United States.
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50. NBC News Sports Network is distributed via cable systems and satellite operators throughout the United States to more than 80 million homes.
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51. NBC News owns the rights to the Olympics through the 2020 Summer Games, at which point NBCUniversal will have presented 11 consecutive and 17 total Olympic Games, the most for a US media company in both categories.
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52. NBC News has earned more Emmy Awards than any network in television history.
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53. NBC News was replaced by Lester Holt on an interim basis.
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56. NBC News hired its own film crews and in the program's early years, it dominated CBS's competing program, which did not hire its own film crews until 1953.
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