Un réseau de télévision est un réseau de télécommunications destiné à la distribution de programmes télévisés. Cependant, le terme désigne désormais un groupement d'affiliés régionaux autour d'une chaîne de télévision centrale, offrant une programmation à plusieurs stations de télévision locales.Jusqu'au milieu des années 1980, la programmation télévisée de la plupart des pays du monde a été dominée par un petit nombre de réseaux de diffusion.

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  • Un réseau de télévision est un réseau de télécommunications destiné à la distribution de programmes télévisés. Cependant, le terme désigne désormais un groupement d'affiliés régionaux autour d'une chaîne de télévision centrale, offrant une programmation à plusieurs stations de télévision locales.Jusqu'au milieu des années 1980, la programmation télévisée de la plupart des pays du monde a été dominée par un petit nombre de réseaux de diffusion. Bon nombre des premiers réseaux de télévision (comme la BBC, NBC ou CBS) se sont développés à partir de réseau de radio existants.
  • Een televisienetwerk is een begrip dat vooral voorkomt in Noord-Amerika en in Australië. Een televiesienetwerk is een organisatie die meerdere televisiestations beheert en/of van programma's voorziet. Netwerken bieden een programmering die grotendeels hetzelfde is voor een heel land, en deels toegespitst op een regio, zoals nieuwsprogramma's en weerberichten. Sommige netwerken beheren zelf een groot aantal stations; andere werken met geassocieerde stations, of met beide typen stations.Voorbeelden zijn Verenigde Staten: ABC, CBS en NBC; Canada: CBC, CTV, en TVA; Australië: ABC Television.Een belangrijk verschil tussen een netwerk en Nederlandse begrip omroep is dat een netwerk meestal de hele programmering van een station verzorgt, of een zeer groot deel daarvan, terwijl een omroep een station deelt met één of meer andere omroepen. De bedrijven RTL Nederland en SBS Broadcasting, en in mindere mate de Nederlandse Publieke Omroep, kunnen (zeker in Amerikaanse ogen) wel als televisienetwerken gezien worden.Een televisienetwerk (Engels: television network) verschilt ook van het Engelse begrip broadcasting network, een organisatie die meerdere stations beheert die echter een totaal verschillende programmering hebben, zoals de Britse BBC.
  • Телевизионный канал — электронное средство массовой информации, представляющее собой совокупность телевизионных программ и иных аудиовизуальных сообщений и материалов, сформированных в соответствии с сеткой вещания для последующего распространения.По способу телевещания делятся на эфирные, кабельные, спутниковые и интернет-телеканалы, по территории охвата — на международные, общенациональные и региональные.
  • 텔레비전 네트워크(Television network)는 방송 사업자가 개설하는 방송국끼리의 연결이다. 방송 프로그램의 상호 작용, 뉴스 소재 및 뉴스 프로그램의 교환 등 다양한 형태가 존재한다. 방송 중 송출을 할 것과 그 이외의 방송국의 관계를 가리키는 것이 많다.
  • A television network is a telecommunications network for distribution of television program content, whereby a central operation provides programming to many television stations or pay TV providers. Until the mid-1980s, television programming in most countries of the world was dominated by a small number of broadcast networks. Many early television networks (e.g., the BBC, NBC or CBC) evolved from earlier radio networks.In countries where most networks broadcast identical, centrally originated content to all their stations and where most individual TV transmitters therefore operate only as large "repeater stations", the terms "television network", "television channel" (a numeric identifier or radio frequency), and "television station" have become mostly interchangeable in everyday language, with professionals in TV-related occupations continuing to make a difference between them. Within the industry, a tiering is sometimes created among groups of networks based on whether their programming is simultaneously originated from a central point, and whether the network master control has the technical and administrative capability to take-over the programming of their affiliates in real-time when it deems this necessary – the most common example being national breaking news events.In North America in particular, many television networks available via cable and satellite television are branded as "channels" because they are somewhat different than traditional networks in the sense defined above, as they are singular operations – they have no affiliates or component stations, but instead are distributed to the public via cable or direct-broadcast satellite companies. Such networks are commonly referred to by terms such as "specialty channels" in Canada or "cable networks" in the U.S.A network may or may not produce all of its own programming. If not, production houses such as Warner Bros. and Sony Pictures can distribute their content to the different networks, and it is common that a certain production house may have programs on two or more rival networks. Similarly, some networks may import television programs from other countries, or use archival programming to help complement their schedules.Some stations have the capability to interrupt the network through the local insertion of TV commercials, station IDs, and emergency alerts. Others completely break away from the network for their own programming, known as regional variation. This is common where small networks are members of larger networks. The majority of commercial television stations are self-owned, even though a variety of these instances are the property of an Owned And Operated television network. The commercial television stations can also be linked with a non-commercial educational broadcasting agency.It is also important to note that some countries have installed nationwide television networks, so that individual television stations can act as common repeaters of nationwide programs.On the other hand, televisions networks also undergo the impending experience of major changes related to cultural varieties. The emergence of cable television network has made available in major media markets on television, programs aimed at American bi-cultural Latinos. Such a diverse captive audience presents an occasion for the networks and affiliates to advertise the best programming that needs to be aired.This is explained by author Tim P. Vos in his abstract "A Cultural Explanation of Early Broadcast" where he determines Targeted group/non-targeted group representations and also the cultural specificity employed in the television network entity. He notes: Policymakers did not expressly intend to create a broadcast order dominated by commercial networks. In fact, legislative attempts were made to limit the network's preferred position.As to individual stations, modern network operations centers usually use broadcast automation to handle most tasks. These systems are not only used for Broadcast programming and for video server playout, but use exact atomic time from GPS or other sources to maintain perfect synchronization with upstream and downstream systems, so that programming appears seamless to audience viewers.
  • 放送の系列ネットワークに所属している放送局の系列放送局のこと。系列局。キー局が必ずある放送局、系列放送局を主に示す。放送におけるネットワークとは放送事業者(キー局)が開設する系列放送局同士のつながりである。「系列ネットワーク」とも呼ばれる。
  • Una cadena de televisión es una red de distribución para contenido de televisión a través de la cual un control centralizado proporciona programación para varios canales de televisión. Hasta mediados de los años 1980, la programación de televisión en la mayoría de los países del mundo estaba dominada por un pequeño número de redes de emisión. Muchas de las primeras cadenas de televisión (p. ej. la BBC, NBC, CBS) evolucionaron de las anteriores cadenas de radio.
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  • Un réseau de télévision est un réseau de télécommunications destiné à la distribution de programmes télévisés. Cependant, le terme désigne désormais un groupement d'affiliés régionaux autour d'une chaîne de télévision centrale, offrant une programmation à plusieurs stations de télévision locales.Jusqu'au milieu des années 1980, la programmation télévisée de la plupart des pays du monde a été dominée par un petit nombre de réseaux de diffusion.
  • Телевизионный канал — электронное средство массовой информации, представляющее собой совокупность телевизионных программ и иных аудиовизуальных сообщений и материалов, сформированных в соответствии с сеткой вещания для последующего распространения.По способу телевещания делятся на эфирные, кабельные, спутниковые и интернет-телеканалы, по территории охвата — на международные, общенациональные и региональные.
  • 텔레비전 네트워크(Television network)는 방송 사업자가 개설하는 방송국끼리의 연결이다. 방송 프로그램의 상호 작용, 뉴스 소재 및 뉴스 프로그램의 교환 등 다양한 형태가 존재한다. 방송 중 송출을 할 것과 그 이외의 방송국의 관계를 가리키는 것이 많다.
  • 放送の系列ネットワークに所属している放送局の系列放送局のこと。系列局。キー局が必ずある放送局、系列放送局を主に示す。放送におけるネットワークとは放送事業者(キー局)が開設する系列放送局同士のつながりである。「系列ネットワーク」とも呼ばれる。
  • Una cadena de televisión es una red de distribución para contenido de televisión a través de la cual un control centralizado proporciona programación para varios canales de televisión. Hasta mediados de los años 1980, la programación de televisión en la mayoría de los países del mundo estaba dominada por un pequeño número de redes de emisión. Muchas de las primeras cadenas de televisión (p. ej. la BBC, NBC, CBS) evolucionaron de las anteriores cadenas de radio.
  • A television network is a telecommunications network for distribution of television program content, whereby a central operation provides programming to many television stations or pay TV providers. Until the mid-1980s, television programming in most countries of the world was dominated by a small number of broadcast networks.
  • Een televisienetwerk is een begrip dat vooral voorkomt in Noord-Amerika en in Australië. Een televiesienetwerk is een organisatie die meerdere televisiestations beheert en/of van programma's voorziet. Netwerken bieden een programmering die grotendeels hetzelfde is voor een heel land, en deels toegespitst op een regio, zoals nieuwsprogramma's en weerberichten.
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  • Réseau de télévision
  • Cadena de televisión
  • Televisienetwerk
  • Television network
  • Телевизионный канал (средство массовой информации)
  • ネットワーク (放送)
  • 텔레비전 네트워크
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