The word station is a noun. Station means (1) a facility equipped with special equipment and personnel for a particular purpose, (2) the position where someone (as a guard or sentry) stands or is assigned to stand, (3) (nautical) the location to which a ship or fleet is assigned for duty, (4) proper or designated social situation.
Station is also a verb that means (1) assign to a station.
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Check out this radio station directory for information about radio stations throughout the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a female radio announcer, ready to use her radio microphone.
Browse this television station directory for info about television stations throughout the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a television announcer against a soft blue background.
KCRW, a community service of Santa Monica College, is a National Public Radio affiliate. The website extends the station's profile globally by offering music, world news, and live station simulcast. It also has a large number of podcasts. Users to the website can also find out the station schedules, talk shows, community events and more.
WBUR is Boston's NPR news station. On the website, users can find a complete WBUR schedule and late breaking news. BBC news is also available. Also available are podcasts; RSS feeds; topics such as movies and books; blogs, weather, and more. There is also a link to a site where users can make donations to the station.
When you are feeding birds, keep in mind that what goes in the bird, must come out. If you have lots of birds feeding at your bird feeder, you will have to maintain and clean your bird feeding station.
MTV (Music Television) is a television station aimed particularly at a young adult audience. When it began in 1981 on American cable television in New York City, it was primarily a music site, but it has moved into other programming such as reality TV. The website covers many aspects of youth culture including movies, tv, music, personalities, news, games, and even activism.
The roots of UCR go back to 1907 when the State of California established a Citrus Experimental Station in Riverside. The University was officially established in 1948. There are approximately 16,000 students, grad and undergraduate, In sports it is a member of the NCAA Division I and participates in the Big West Conference. Information about visiting and applying are on the website.
Located on the Western Cape of South Africa, Cape Town was developed as a supply station for the Dutch East India Company. It was established in 1652 by Jan van Riebeeck as the first permanent European settlement in South Africa.
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