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Marking perhaps the worst week in the TV industry, the last week of April was renamed TV Turnoff The TV turnoff network (formerly TV-Free America) is an organization that tries to encourage children and adults to watch less television and so have more time for a healthier life and more community participation. It is a grassroots alliance of many different organisations.  week, in an effort to protest television consumption. The event, which was initiated in the U.S. in 1994, has quickly spread to other countries whose residents are sick of the over-saturation of the telly. And the hottest item to have for this year's TV Turnoff week was the 'TV-B-Gone', a universal remote control that can turn off virtually any TV anywhere, much to the chagrin of store and bar owners. Ad Busters This is a list of Busters from the manga Beet the Vandel Buster. The Beet Warriors
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Beet is a young boy who has always desired to be the strongest Buster. He aspires to be like his heroes, the Zenon Warriors, who are known as the strongest of all Busters.
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, Canada-based magazine which stages campaigns against over-consumption Over-consumption is a concept akin to overpopulation, referring to situations where per capita consumption is so high that even in spite of a moderate population density, sustainability is not achieved.  and media concentration, and supports the TV-free week, sold 2,500 devices at U.S.$10 each in a few months.
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Title Annotation:WORLD; "TV-B-Gone" of Cornfield Electronics Inc.
Publication:Video Age International
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1CANA
Date:May 1, 2005
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