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  • Michigan J. Frog
    Michigan J. Frog Warner Bros. theatrical cartoon character
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    Michigan J. Frog is an animated cartoon character from the Merrie Melodies film series. Originally a one-shot character, his only appearance during the original run of the Merrie Melodies series was as the star of One Froggy Evening (December 31, 1955), written by Michael Maltese and directed by Chuck Jones. In this cartoon, partly inspired by a 1944 Cary Grant film entitled Once Upon a Time, Michigan is a male frog who wears a top hat, carries a cane, sings pop music, ragtime, Tin Pan Alley hits, and other songs from the late 19th and early 20th century while dancing and performing acrobatics in the style of early 20th century vaudeville. He appeared in a later cartoon titled Another Froggy Evening which was released on October 6, 1995. He was also a former mascot of The WB Television Network from that year until 2005, and after The Night of Favorites and Farewells, he was shown as the final image of a white silhouette bowing down to viewers, bringing up The CW Television Network.
  • Prime Time Entertainment Network
    Prime Time Entertainment Network American television network
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    The Prime Time Entertainment Network (PTEN) was an American television network that was operated by the Prime Time Consortium, a joint venture between the Warner Bros. Domestic Television subsidiary of Time Warner and Chris-Craft Industries. First launched on January 20, 1993, and operating until 1997, the network mainly aired drama programs aimed at adults between the ages of 18 and 54. At its peak, PTEN's programming was carried on 177 television stations, covering 93% of the country.
  • The WB 100+ Station Group National feed of the WB Television Network for smaller markets
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    The WB 100+ Station Group (originally called The WeB from its developmental stages until March 1999) is a defunct programming service operated by The WB Television Network – owned by the Warner Bros. Entertainment division of Time Warner, the Tribune Company and the group's founder, Jamie Kellner – comprising an affiliate group primarily made of non-broadcast local cable television outlets. Operating from September 21, 1998 to September 18, 2006, the service was intended for areas ranked below the top 100 Nielsen Media Research-designated television markets in the United States.
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    High School Reunion is a reality television series chronicling real-life high school reunions. The program originally aired on The WB for two seasons between 2003 and 2005, and featured reunions of classes after ten years. Filmed in Maui, the series featured documentary-style interviews with the classmates, who are assigned "labels" to describe their high school roles.
  • The Army Show TV Show
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    The Army Show is an American sitcom television series that aired on The WB, first shown on September 13 and ended its run on December 13, 1998. The plot follows an army sergeant, played by David Anthony Higgins, who must take charge of a group of soldiers at Fort Bendix, Florida, while hiding his profitable schemes from his higher class officers.
  • Studio 7 TV Show
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    Studio 7 is an American game show that aired on The WB during the summer of 2004.
  • Kids' WB American children's programming block
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    Kids' WB (stylized as Kids' WB!) was an American children's programming service and brand of The WB Television Network that aired on the network from September 9, 1995 to September 16, 2006, before moving to The CW (which was created by CBS Corporation and Time Warner as a replacement for both The WB and UPN), where it aired from September 23, 2006 to May 17, 2008 At that point, the Kids' WB name was discontinued, and its Saturday morning programming slot was sold to 4Kids Entertainment and replaced by successor block The CW4Kids.
  • The WB
    The WB Defunct American television network (1995–2006)
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    The WB Television Network (commonly shortened to The WB and short for Warner Bros.) was an American television network first launched on broadcast television on January 11, 1995, as a joint venture between the Warner Bros. Entertainment division of Time Warner and the Tribune Broadcasting subsidiary of the Tribune Company, with the former acting as controlling partner. The network principally aired programs targeting teenagers and young adults between the ages of 13 and 34, with the exception of its weekday daytime and Saturday morning program block, Kids' WB, which was geared toward children ages 7 to 12.
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    Season Finale: The Unexpected Rise and Fall of The WB and UPN is a book written by Suzanne Daniels, former executive President of Entertainment for The WB, and Cynthia Littleton, reporter of Variety and published by HarperCollins. This book explains the details of the history of The WB and UPN.
  • Tribune Broadcasting
    Tribune Broadcasting Defunct American television and radio broadcast company (1924–2019)
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    Tribune Broadcasting Company, LLC is an American media company which operates as a subsidiary of Tribune Media, a media conglomerate based in Chicago, Illinois. The group owns and/or operates 43 broadcast television stations and one radio station throughout the United States; it also holds full or partial ownership of three cable television and two national digital subchannel networks.
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