CTTV

AcronymDefinition
CTTVCity of Tampa Television
CTTvCSF1PO, TPOX, THO1, and vWA (human genome)
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In addition, CTTV will transfer to ECD Ovonics its interest in Texaco Ovonic Hydrogen Systems, LLC (TOHS) in consideration of relieving CTTV of any continuing obligations to fund TOHS.
According to CTTV, HALIAS "can turn natural gas or propane into hydrogen and features a compact single-reactor design, an integrated anode tail gas oxidizer and proprietary control systems architecture which are intended to give greater integration and testing flexibility to fuel cell developers and testers.
As they reached a junction, the taxi was halted by a police van, which had been called by the CTTV operator.
While there's no doubt outside factors have led to the latest decision by CTTV, not everyone agrees that it's impossible for an indie to flourish in today's environment.
Solazyme's investors among others include Lightspeed Venture Partners, The Roda Group, Harris and Harris Group, VantagePoint Venture Partners, Zygote Ventures, CTTV Investments LLC, the venture capital arm of Chevron Technology Ventures LLC, San-Ei Gen, Unilever, Bunge, Braemar Energy Ventures, Harris & Harris Group, and Sir Richard Branson via The Roda Group.
She reports to just-hired CTTV development executive vice president Steve Stark.
a) the extension of the existing CCTV system CTTV (since called closed-circuit television) Street.
Yesterday, it emerged the quiz show host is now seeing Carol Williams, 40, a production assistant at his TV company CTTV.
Stark has been tapped exec VP of development for the studio, replacing Sarah Timberman, who is expected officially to ankle CTTV shortly.
Unilever joined other strategic investors in the round including Bunge, a leading global agribusiness and food company; CTTV Investments LLC, the venture capital arm of Chevron Technology Ventures LLC; San-Ei Gen, a major Japanese manufacturer and distributor of food ingredients; Jay Precourt and Family; and Sir Richard Branson via the Roda Group.
CTTV also wrapped up a key two-year renewal to keep "Dawson's Creek" on the WB for two more years, as well as renewals for "Family Law" and "Joan.
Existing strategic investors CTTV Investments LLC, the venture capital arm of Chevron Technology Ventures LLC, and San-Ei Gen, a major Japanese manufacturer and distributor of food ingredients, also participated.