"At the moment, NECN
is a 24-hour news channel, so what you'll probably see is the news that goes out becomes the main Boston news for NBC," says Bowker.
(88) See Looking at the Ocean Sanctuaries Act (NECN
television broadcast), June 1, 2008, archived at www.webcitation.org/62iz3mVNC (interviewing former Secretary Bowles on the Ocean Management Plan).
The Videocasts that I reviewed are archived news interviews of the museum's scientists that appear on the Sci-Tech segment of New England Cable News (NECN
(New England Cable News), we started an experiment in July 2005 inviting our viewers to send in video news.
"Through their membership in NECN
, each law firm will not only have its visibility enhanced within its own state," Smith says, "but also will be able to help businesses in other states with in-state employment law issues.
Lee Smith said "the existence of the NECN
now makes it much easier for any given business, in any given state, to find superior counsel" for workplace-related legal assistance.
paper, is crossing corporate and media boundaries to forge a new partnership with New England Cable News (NECN
), a 24-hour all-news cable channel.
11, the Courant announced a new partnership with the New England Cable Network (NECN
), a 24-hour news channel that serves the entire region.
Started in 1992, NECN
is jointly owned by Hearst Broadcasting and Media One, the former Continental Cable, and that operator represents 900,000 of its subscribers.
"The female went outside on her phone, a few minutes later the male came back in and let all the puppies loose within the building," said office manager Lisa Blodgett,(https://www.necn.com/news/new-england/Son-of-Massachusetts-Congressional-Candidate-Accused-of-Stealing-Puppy-East-Brookfield-496705281.html) NECN
Previously, Monahan served as the weekend meteorologist for New England Cable News (NECN
), a regional cable network.