Do you remember Saturday nights in Pittsburgh? Do you remember "Chilly Billy" Bill Cardille and Channel 11's Saturday Late Show Chiller Theater? Chiller Theater was Pittsburgh's favorite place to see Horror, Fantasy, and Science-Fiction movies on television.
An archive of high-res images of classic BBC television and movie sets from just about every genre (including science fiction and Doctor Who).
We offer several resources here relating to over-the-air (OTA) broadcast services (TV, FM, and others). We have a variety of online tools, downloadable content, reference information, and discussion forums to help users learn, understand, and make informed decisions about the OTA services available to them.
The Signal Analysis Tool lets you enter a location by address or by coordinate, and optionally the height of an antenna above ground. It then runs 3D propagation models for the exact location and height and generates a "radar plot" report that summarizes the signal strength and direction of all the channels in the area.
We are a Quantum Leap wiki — created by fans, for fans. Our goal is to build the best resource about all things related to the Quantum Leap universe, including both the original series and the current revival!
I don't think it covers the series of post-television novels. It definitely doesn't cover the short-lived comic series (which is hard as hen's teeth to find).
This site provides summary information about, and access to, the “public inspection file” (or “public file”) for the following types of entities: licensed full-service radio and television broadcast stations, Class A television stations, cable television systems, direct broadcast satellite (“DBS”) providers, and satellite radio (also referred to as “Satellite Digital Audio Radio Services” or “SDARS”) licensees.
The Commission first adopted rules requiring broadcast stations to keep a public file more than 40 years ago and certain political programming files have been public for nearly 75 years. The public file for broadcast stations contains a variety of information about each station’s operations and service to its community of license, including information about political time sold or given away by each station, quarterly lists of the most significant programs each station aired concerning issues of importance to its community, data on ownership of each station and active applications each station has filed with the Commission. The Commission adopted the public inspection file requirement to "make information to which the public already has a right more readily available, so that the public will be encouraged to play a more active part in dialogue with broadcast licensees."
Cable, DBS, and SDARS entities also have public and political file requirements. These entities’ political file requirements are substantially similar to those of television and radio broadcasters. Apart from the political file, however, cable, DBS, and SDARS entities’ other public file requirements differ somewhat from the public file requirements applicable to broadcasters.
A curated list of resources related to IPTV.
Anti-capitalist on-demand digital streaming platform launching in late 2019. Our subscribers will have access to a library of long- and short-form TV shows and movies - from talk shows, documentaries, stand-up comedy, to adult animation, dramas and more. Means TV will never have advertisers or corporate investors.
We’ll be be funded the old-fashioned way: by viewers like you, i.e., subscription based.
Personal media server. Kind of like Kodi, but you can use platform specific clients to access your media, just like you can from the television. Streams media as necessary. There's even an HTML5 client so you can use your web browser instead of an app or client. You can use Kodi as a client, too.
A wiki dealing with television watching and recording using Linux and F/OSS software.
A fan-constructed wiki for Babylon-5.
One of the very few Misfits of Science fanpages on the net. Has quite a lot of content and is well researched.
A fan-curated wiki cataloging cases originally shown on Unsolved Mysteries, a television show that started in the late 1980's and ran in various forms until very recently.
A website where people document background music for their favorite television shows. If you hear something catchy in an episode and you'd like to find out what the song is, try checking here first.
Just about everything you might want to know about the television show Twin Peaks (and the movies and books).
A wiki that catalogs lost media - stuff that you saw on television or heard on the radio once, and then never encountered again.
A company that sells high quality replicas of famous costumes from movies, television shows, and science fiction. You can buy replicas of the trenchcoats from the Matrix trilogy, Bladerunner, Devil May Cry, Metal Gear, Final Fantasy 7, Trigun, and Firefly/Serenity. They also sell full Doctor Who costume sets and have an exclusive license from the BBC to make and sell replicas of the tenth and eleventh Doctors' trademark coats. Expensive, but oh so worth it...