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Myspace

Myspace is a social networking website owned by News Corp. Digital Media where people can communicate using messages, video and photo uploads, blogs, social groups, and music. Myspace was founded in 2003 and used to be the 24th most popular websi ...

                                               

NBC

NBC, whose letters stand for National Broadcasting Company, is an American television network that started in 1926 as a radio company. NBC started airing Its first television programs in 1944. NBC is owned by Comcast, and was previously owned by ...

                                               

News Corp

News Corp was founded in 2013. It is a spin-off from the former News Corporation which was founded by Rupert Murdoch in 1979. It is an American multinational mass media company, based on newspapers and publishing. It is one of two companies which ...

                                               

Nickelodeon Games and Sports for Kids

Nickelodeon Games and Sports for Kids was an American cable television network. It was part of MTV Networkss digital cable channels, and was available to all companies that provide digital cable and to Dish Network. Nick GAS started on March 1, 1 ...

                                               

Readers Digest

Readers Digest is a family magazine for general interest. It is published 10 times a year. Readers Digest has 50 editions in 21 languages. Because of that, it has an additional 40 million readers in more than 70 countries. It is also published in ...

                                               

Scholastic Corporation

Scholastic is a global book publishing company known for making educational items for schools, teachers, and parents, and selling and giving them by mail order and via book clubs and book fairs. It also has the all the publishing rights to the Ha ...

                                               

Tor Books

Tor Books is an American book publishing company. It is one of two imprints of Tom Doherty Associates, LLC, based in New York City. It is noted for its science fiction and fantasy books. Tom Doherty Associates also publishes mainstream fiction, m ...

                                               

Universal Music Group

Universal Music Group is a company that runs four record labels in the music industry. It is the largest business group and family of record labels in the world. It started in 1934 as "Decca Records USA" and had some other names, before it became ...

                                               

Viacom (1971–2005)

Viacom was a media company was founded in New York City in 1971, and existed until 2005 when the company changed its name to CBS Corporation. Viacom produced television programs and television networks, including CBS, UPN, MTV, CMT, MTV2, Nickelo ...

                                               

Richard Marsland

Richard Marsland was an Australian comedy writer, actor, comedian and radio personality. He was best known for his work on television shows, for example The Glass House and Rove Live. He also co-hosted on Triple M with Pete Helliar and Myf Warhur ...

                                               

Tali Pompey

Tali Pompey was an Aboriginal artist from central Australia. She had a short career as an artist, beginning only in 2002. During this time, however, her work was taken in by several major public galleries.

                                               

Freddy West Tjakamarra

Freddy West Tjakamarra was an Australian Aboriginal artist. He was a leader of the Pintupi people during their return to traditional lands in the 1980s. He was one of the founders of the Kiwirrkurra settlement in 1983. As a painter, West was part ...

                                               

Pinta Tjapanangka

Pinta Tjapanangka was an Australian Aboriginal artist. He was one of the very first members of the Papunya Tula art movement. He is a well-known painter of Western Desert art. He belonged to the Pintupi community, and painted stories from the Pin ...

                                               

Billy Wara

Billy Wara was an Australian Aboriginal craftsman who made wooden sculptures. He is best known for his sculptures of goannas, made from wood that is native to the central Australian desert. His sculptures were carved by hand and decorated by burn ...

                                               

Jimmy Baker

Jimmy Baker was born some time around 1915. He was born at Malumpa, an old camping site near what is now Kaṉpi in north-western South Australia. His name at the time was Pintjutjara. He had a brother, Toby Ginger Baker, and a sister, Tjuwilya. He ...

                                               

Nyakul Dawson

Nyakul Dawson was an Australian Aboriginal artist from Irrunytju. He was one of the earliest Ngaanyatjarra artists to achieve success using Western-style painting techniques. Examples of his work are held in the National Gallery of Victoria, and ...

                                               

Robin Kankapankatja

Robin Kankapankatja is an Australian Aboriginal artist. He worked for most of his life as a labourer and conservationist. He is the manager and senior traditional owner of Walalkara, a homeland and Indigenous Protected Area on the Aṉangu Pitjantj ...

                                               

Tiger Palpatja

Tiger was born around 1920 though the exact year is not known. He was born in the bush, at a rockhole called Piltati, which is close to what is now Nyapaṟi in north-west South Australia. His family were Pitjantjatjara, and they lived a traditiona ...

                                               

Eileen Yaritja Stevens

Eileen Yaritja Stevens was an Aboriginal artist from central Australia. Although she had brief career of less than four years, she quickly became one of the most successful artists of her generation to paint in the style of the Western Desert. He ...

                                               

Wingu Tingima

Wingu Tingima was an Aboriginal artist from central Australia. She was born in Great Victoria Desert, and grew up living a traditional way of life in the bush, without any contact with Western civilisation. A member of the Pitjantjatjara people, ...

                                               

Victoria Mary Talbot

Victoria Mary Talbot, born in 1931, is an Australian painter and illustrator. She started her career in Melbourne in 1958. She moved to London where she worked for the well-recognized solo-exhibitionist Arthur Jeffress Gallery in 1961. This perio ...

                                               

Amy Fuller

Amy Vandy Fuller was a singer from Australia. She lived during the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Her sisters were Florence Fuller and Christie Fuller. She died suddenly on August 18th, 1944.

                                               

Powderfinger

Powderfinger were a rock band from Brisbane, Australia. The band started in 1989. Powderfinger had five members, Bernard Fanning, Darren Middleton, Ian Haug, John Collins, and Jon Coghill. After some extended plays EPs that sold quite well, and m ...

                                               

Slim Dusty

David Gordon "Slim Dusty Kirkpatrick AO, MBE was an Australian country music singer-songwriter and producer. He performed for nearly 70 years. Australian poets Henry Lawson and Banjo Patterson influenced his songs. Many of his songs were about Au ...

                                               

Bruce Cowan

David Bruce Cowan, AM was an Australian politician and Minister of the Crown in the cabinets of Tom Lewis and Sir Eric Willis. He was a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for 14 years from 6 November 1965 until his resignation on ...

                                               

Enid Lyons

Dame Enid Muriel Lyons AD, GBE was an Australian politician. She was the first woman to be elected to the Australian House of Representatives and the first woman in the federal Cabinet. She was the wife of the Premier of Tasmania and later Prime ...

                                               

Albert Jacka

Albert Jacka VC, MC & Bar was given the Victoria Cross, the highest medal for valour "in the face of the enemy" that can be given to members of the British and Commonwealth armed forces. Jacka was the first Australian to win the VC during the Fir ...

                                               

Peter Lalor

Peter Lalor was the leader of the Eureka Stockade rebellion, one of Australias few violent protests and seen by many as the start of democracy in Australia. He later became an important politician in Victoria. Lalor was born at Tenakill, Queens C ...

                                               

Donald Bradman

Sir Donald Don Bradman AC, often called The Don, was an Australian cricketer. He was a batsman. When he played his last Test match, he only needed to score four runs to have a batting average of 100 runs over the whole of his Test Match career. B ...

                                               

Tom Wills

Thomas Wentworth "Tom" Wills was an Australian all-round sportsman who helped invent Australian Football and helped write the Laws of Australian Football. Wills was born in south-east New South Wales, Australia either near Gundagai or Queanbeyan. ...

                                               

Colleen McCullough

McCullough was born in 1937. Her parents were James and Laurie McCullough. Her mother was a New Zealander of part-Māori descent. During her childhood, her family moved many times. She read a lot. She attended Holy Cross College. McCullough earned ...

                                               

Greater flamingo

The greater flamingo is the most widespread species of the flamingo family. It is found in the wetlands areas of Africa, southwest Europe, and South Asia. This is the largest species of flamingo, averaging up to 5 feet tall, and weighing 8 lbs. T ...

                                               

Cuckoo

The cuckoos are a family of near-passerine birds. They are the main part of the order called Cuculiformes. The family is famous for its "nest-parasite" members, but has a range of other types of bird. The cuckoo family, in addition to those speci ...

                                               

Greater bird-of-paradise

The greater bird-of-paradise is a bird-of-paradise in the genus Paradisaea. Carolus Linnaeus named the species Paradisaea apoda, or "legless bird-of-paradise". Apparently, early trade-skins to reach Europe were prepared without wings or feet by n ...

                                               

Himalayan monal

The Himalayan monal, also known as the Impeyan monal or pheasant, is a bird in the pheasant family, Phasianidae. Its discoverer, Latham, wrote in his General History of Birds: inhabits India, but is not common, being brought from the hills in the ...

                                               

Philippine eagle

The Philippine eagle is a bird of prey that can be found only in the Philippines. It is also called the monkey-eating eagle, as well as agila, haribon, haring ibon and banog by the locals. This eagle is known to be the largest eagle in wing surfa ...

                                               

Rufous treepie

The rufous treepie is a species of bird in the Corvidae family. The rufous treepie is native to the Indian Subcontinent and adjoining parts of Southeast Asia from Pakistan to Vietnam. Woodland, forest edges and gardens are the habitat of this spe ...

                                               

Shaheen falcon

The shaheen falcon is also known as the Indian peregrine falcon, Other names are the black shaheen, Pakistani shaheen, or simply the shaheen. It is a non-migratory subspecies of the peregrine falcon found mainly in hilly and mountainous regions o ...

                                               

Sparrowhawk

The sparrowhawk is a small bird of prey in the family Accipitridae. It has a wide distribution in Eurasia and north Africa. The adult male sparrowhawk has a blue-grey back and wings. His chest and belly have thin orange stripes. Female and young ...

                                               

Brown-headed thrush

The brown-headed thrush, sometimes known as the brown thrush, is a species of bird in the family Turdidae. This bird breeds in Sakhalin, the Kuril Islands and Japan. It winters in the south, toward the Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan, Hainan and the north ...

                                               

Common eider

The common eider is a large sea-duck. They live on the northern coasts of Europe, North America and eastern Siberia. It breeds in Arctic and some northern temperate regions. They winter farther south in temperate zones. There it can form large fl ...

                                               

European storm petrel

The European storm petrel, British storm petrel, or just storm petrel is a small seabid. It lives in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean, around the coasts of Europe. Note that storm petrel can also refer to another group of birds, which mai ...

                                               

Barnacle goose

The barnacle goose belongs to the genus Branta of black geese. This genus has species with largely black plumage, setting them apart from the grey Anser species.

                                               

Grey partridge

The grey partridge is a 30 cm tall bird. It is brown-backed and has grey flanks and chest. The belly is white, usually marked with a large chestnut-brown horse-shoe mark. This mark should not only be the detail to divide into male or female partr ...

                                               

Common kestrel

The common kestrel is a bird of prey species belonging to the kestrel group of the falcon family Falconidae. It is also known as the European kestrel, Eurasian kestrel, or Old World kestrel. The bird lives all over Europe, Asia, and Africa. In Br ...

                                               

Pink-footed goose

The pink-footed goose is a goose which breeds in eastern Greenland, Iceland and Svalbard. It is migratory. It winters in northwest Europe, especially Great Britain, the Netherlands, and western Denmark. It is a medium-sized goose, 60–75 cm 24–30 ...

                                               

Whooper swan

The whooper swan, is a large white bird which lives in Europe and Asia. It is the Eurasian counterpart of the North American trumpeter swan. Francis Willughby and John Rays Ornithology of 1676 referred to the this swan as "the Elk, Hooper, or wil ...

                                               

American robin

The American robin is a migratory songbird. Also known as the North American robin, it belongs in the thrush family, Turdidae. It was named after the European robin. This is because the European robin has a bright orange-red face and breast. The ...

                                               

Bald eagle

The bald eagle is a bird of prey that lives in North America. It is the national bird of the United States of America. The bald eagle is a kind of sea eagle. It can be found in most of Canada, all of the United States, and the northern part of Me ...

                                               

Black-billed magpie

The black-billed magpie is a magpie, a type of songbird. It is a medium-sized member of the crow family with glossy black and white plumage and a black beak. The black-billed magpie lives in North America west of the Appalaches and north of the b ...

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