Channel, Channels, and similar terms may refer to:
- Channels (band), a rock band fronted by ex-Jawbox singer/guitarist J. Robbins
- Channels (film), a 2008 film
- Channel, synonym for pre-chorus in popular song structure
- Ion channel, a protein that allows ion flow through a cell membrane
- Mediumship (also known as channelling), communication with spirits
- Meridian (Chinese medicine) (or channel), a concept central to traditional Chinese medical techniques such as acupuncture, and to martial arts such as tai chi and qigong
- Legal channeling, the act of legally making one entity responsible for an event, and thereby dismissing other parties from liability for an event
- Channel (transistors), the conductive path followed by electrons or holes through a semiconductor
Other articles related to "channel, channels":
... In telecommunication, the term primary channel has the following meanings The channel that is designated as a prime transmission channel and is used as the first choice in restoring priority circuits ... In a communications network, the channel that has the highest data rate of all the channels sharing a common interface ... A primary channel may support the transfer of information in one direction only, either direction alternately, or both directions simultaneously ...
... In the channel's first years, shows that aired during its broadcast day included Welcome to Pooh Corner and You and Me Kid along with several foreign animated series and movies including Asterix, The ... As filler material, the channel also featured D-TV, a series of MTV-style music videos which showed popular music interwoven with classic Disney animation ... though it was phased out by the time the channel began targeting itself as a commercial-free basic channel ...
... This television channel, that launched on April 18, 1998, was aimed at children ages 6–12 the network's main competition were Turner Broadcasting/Time Warner's Cartoon Network ... Unlike Disney Channel, Toon Disney was an advertiser-supported cable channel ... The channel carried a format of reruns of Walt Disney Television Animation and Disney Channel-produced animated programming, along with some third-party programming ...
... In the May 2010 Nielsen ratings, Disney Channel ranked No.1 for the 63rd consecutive month in the Kids 6–11 demographic and for the 62nd straight month among Tweens 9–14 ... Disney Channel is ranked as the second most watched cable channel among total viewers during primetime, behind USA Network in first place with an average of 2.8 million people ... According to Nielsen Media Research, the month of February 2011 had finished as Disney Channel’s most-watched February sweeps period in Total Day ratings in the network's history ever, earning an average of 1.7 ...
... Disney Channel is an American basic cable and satellite television network, owned by the Disney-ABC Television Group division of The Walt Disney Company, and headquartered in Burbank ... Disney Channel International Networks, currently run by President Carolina Lightcap, is a group of more than 90 entertainment channels and/or channel feeds for children ... The platform brands are Disney Channel, Disney XD, Disney Junior, Disney Cinemagic, Hungama TV and Radio Disney ...
Famous quotes containing the word channel:
“There is the falsely mystical view of art that assumes a kind of supernatural inspiration, a possession by universal forces unrelated to questions of power and privilege or the artists relation to bread and blood. In this view, the channel of art can only become clogged and misdirected by the artists concern with merely temporary and local disturbances. The song is higher than the struggle.”
—Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)
“Eddie did not die. He is no longer on Channel 4, and our sets are tuned to Channel 4; hes on Channel 7, but hes still broadcasting. Physical incarnation is highly overrated; it is one corner of universal possibility.”
—Marianne Williamson (b. 1953)
“This is what the Church is said to want, not party men, but sensible, temperate, sober, well-judging persons, to guide it through the channel of no-meaning, between the Scylla and Charybdis of Aye and no.”
—Cardinal John Henry Newman (18011890)