Some articles on night, thursday, thursday night, nights, thursday nights, thursdays:
... NFL games were played mostly on Sundays and, from 1970 onwards, a game on Monday night, the WFL's 1974 schedule called for Wednesday night football (with a Thursday ... The featured Thursday night game was later adopted as "Thursday Night Football" by the NFL in 2006 ...
... Thursday Night Dance Night, which started with DJ Randy Now (Randy Ellis) in 1980, but was taken over by DJ Carlos (Carlos Santos) in early 1983 ... DJ Carlos was the main Thursday night and house DJ until late 1994, playing a combination of New Wave, alternative, industrial and cutting-edge dance ... Frank Nalbone has stated to this author that Thursday night dance night, with DJ Carlos, made it possible for the club to keep its doors open and feature many of the live acts, which often were not ...
... National broadcasts of marquee matches occur on Thursday, Sunday and Monday nights ... NBC has broadcast rights to Sunday night games ... NBC also has broadcast rights to the opening night kickoff game ...
... Thursday nights are coveted by advertisers due to the large proportion of young, affluent viewers who tune in ... their titles to this target demographic on Thursday night, in hopes of influencing what movies they see on the following Friday night, the traditional opening night for most films outside of ... in August 1993 and included the day of the week "Must See TV Thursday." In late summer of 1993, NBC wanted viewers to tune in an hour prior to the popular Seinfeld ...
... Football League games aired on NFL Network's Thursday Night Football ... Starting with the 2006 NFL season, NFL Network was awarded the rights to air Thursday night games (with some extra broadcasts on Saturday nights) ... Previously, games played on Thursdays were broadcast on TNT and ESPN ...
Famous quotes containing the words night and/or thursday:
“And I away in my opposite wood
Am touched by that unintimate light
And made feel less alone than I rightly should,
For traveler there could do me no good
Were I in trouble with night tonight.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“Newspaperman: That was a magnificent work. There were these mass columns of Apaches in their war paint and feather bonnets. And here was Thursday leading his men in that heroic charge.
Capt. York: Correct in every detail.
Newspaperman: Hes become almost a legend already. Hes the hero of every schoolboy in America.”
—Frank S. Nugent (19081965)