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Anchorman of ABC News Worldnews Tonight mentioned Conservapedia in a February 2007 segment. [http://xml.searchvideo.com/rd?i=2730017915&a=5dd5ca8652ca1f99f727d2f07104ae9e&p=1&q=language%3Aen%20conservapedia&vl=2721908557%202661562237%203090979217%201476579137%20269517351%201620947046%201937947638%202035605817%201045230044%203890262897%20 See Video]
 
Anchorman of ABC News Worldnews Tonight mentioned Conservapedia in a February 2007 segment. [http://xml.searchvideo.com/rd?i=2730017915&a=5dd5ca8652ca1f99f727d2f07104ae9e&p=1&q=language%3Aen%20conservapedia&vl=2721908557%202661562237%203090979217%201476579137%20269517351%201620947046%201937947638%202035605817%201045230044%203890262897%20 See Video]
  
==See Also==
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* [http://www.abc.go.com American Broadcasting Company] official web-site
 
* [http://www.abc.go.com American Broadcasting Company] official web-site
 
* [http://www.abc.net.au Australian Broadcasting Corporation] official web-site
 
* [http://www.abc.net.au Australian Broadcasting Corporation] official web-site

Revision as of 00:32, 27 June 2016

Not to be confused with the Australian public broadcaster ABC (Australia)

American ABC logo

American Broadcasting Company: A television network in the United States which has been broadcasting since 1948. It is a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company.

    • ABC Radio Networks, known as ABC Radio, formerly owned by ABC television but independent since 2007. It originated in 1927 as the "NBC Blue Network", owned by RCA. It became independent of RCA in 1945.

Charles Gibson

Anchorman of ABC News Worldnews Tonight mentioned Conservapedia in a February 2007 segment. See Video

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