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In the 1990s, Peter formed One More Time, a group that enjoyed European success with the ABBA-like " Highland " and, later, as Sweden's entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1996.
They compiled Journeys by DJ-70 Minutes of Madness in 1996 which was voted " Best Compilation of All Time " by Jockey Slut in 1998.
In 1996 TV Guide ranked him number 36 on its 50 Greatest TV Stars of All Time list.
It was named # 37 overall among the " 150 Best Games of All Time " by Computer Gaming World Magazine ( 15th Anniversary Issue — November 1996 ), was voted # 13 overall in PC Gamer Magazine's Readers All-Time Top 50 Games Poll ( April 2000 issue ), the editors of PC Gamer ranked it # 12 in the Top 50 Games of all time, in their October 2001 issue, citing the game's humor and pop-culture references and it was ranked # 15 in the 50 Best Games of All Time list published by PC Gamer Magazine in its April 2005 issue.
In 1996, Ed Sullivan was ranked # 50 on TV Guides " 50 Greatest TV Stars of All Time ".
The Eye provides the power required for time travel ( The Three Doctors, 1973 ; The Deadly Assassin, 1976 ), and all Time Lord TARDIS time machines draw their power from it ( the 1996 television movie ).
When Kemp became Dole's running mate in 1996, they appeared on the cover of the August 19, 1996 issue of Time magazine, but the pair barely edged out a story on the reported discovery of extraterrestrial life on Mars, which was so close to being the cover story that Time inset it on the cover and wrote about how difficult the decision was.
Spacey played an egomaniacal district attorney in A Time to Kill ( 1996 ), and founded Trigger Street Productions in 1997, with the purpose of producing and developing entertainment across various media.
In 1996 TV Guide ranked him number 21 on its 50 Greatest TV Stars of All Time list.
Time selected Nurmi as the greatest Olympian of all time in 1996, and IAAF named him among the first twelve athletes to be inducted into the IAAF Hall of Fame in 2012.
Bullock was selected as one of People magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in the World in 1996 and 1999, and was also ranked # 58 in Empire magazine's Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time list.
With the 1996 Time Warner merger, the channel's archives gained the later Warner Bros. cartoon library.
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. merged with Time Warner, Inc. on October 10, 1996, with Turner as vice chairman and head of Time Warner and Turner's cable networks division.
Ted Turner, who in 1996 was worth $ 3. 2 billion due to his Time Warner enterprise, decided to make a $ 1 billion contribution to the UN because he had previously donated to similar causes, and felt strongly about the issues the UN were participating in.
* Time and Chance: an Autobiography ( 1996 )-winner of the 1997 Hugo Award for Best Non-Fiction Book
Fox, however, did air a nationally based morning show called Fox After Breakfast ( which was formerly Breakfast Time on Fox's FX cable channel ) between 1996 and 1998, which aired on all affiliates from 9 to 10 am as opposed to the other major networks airing theirs from 7 to 9 am Fox tried its hand again in 2001, at a morning show called Good Day Live, inspired by KTTV's Good Day L. A .— this time in syndication mode.
* " Time Travelers Never Die " ( 1996 )-later re-worked as a full-length novel with the same name
* Nebula Best Novella nominee ( 1996 ): " Time Travelers Never Die "
In 1996, Turner's company, Turner Broadcasting System ( whose Turner Entertainment division oversaw the film library ), was purchased by Time Warner who also owned Warner Bros .. Today, Warner Home Video holds the video rights to the entire Looney Tunes / Merrie Melodies animated output by virtue of Time Warner's ownership of Turner Entertainment — this is why their Looney Tunes Golden Collection DVD box sets include cartoons from both the pre-8 / 48 Turner-owned and post-7 / 48 Warner Bros. owned periods.

1996 and Warner
Then in 1996, Warner Glenn, a rancher and hunting guide from Douglas, Arizona, came across a jaguar in the Peloncillo Mountains and became a jaguar researcher, placing webcams which recorded four more Arizona jaguars.
The band was signed within a year to Warner Bros subsidiary Slash Records, and released three albums: Ruby Vroom ( 1994 ), Irresistible Bliss ( 1996 ), and El Oso ( 1998 ).
Warner Books, 1996.
By 1996, each TV series from the studio typically had its own set of sound effects, including some selected from the classic Hanna-Barbera sound library, as well as some new ones and various sounds from Disney and Warner Bros. cartoons ( this was especially true of Dexter's Laboratory and Cow and Chicken ).
Chaos and Disorder, released in 1996, was Prince's final album of new material for Warner Bros., as well as one of his least commercially successful releases.
It is owned by Turner Entertainment – since 1996 a division of Warner Bros. – which owns the pre-1986 MGM library.
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In 1996, Warner Bros. Records.
In 1996, Turner merged with Time Warner.
* Billie Letts – Author of No. 1 New York Times bestseller and Oprah Winfrey Book Club selection Where the Heart Is ( Warner, 1996 ), made into a 2000 film of the same title, starring Ashley Judd and Natalie Portman.
Time Warner acquired Turner in 1996, and thus inherited the rights to all of Hanna-Barbera's creative properties.
In 1996, unable to take the new corporate culture following the Warner partnership, Bruce Pavitt left the label and was able to spend more time with his family.
* Margaret Warner, " CONGRESSIONAL LIGHTNING ROD ", PBS, June 13, 1996
Giraud made original character designs and did visual development for Warner Bros. partly animated 1996 movie Space Jam.
After the release of a live album in 1993, the Isleys left Warner Bros. in 1996 and signed with Island Records where they recorded their first million-selling album in thirteen years with Mission to Please.

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In 1996, the Britannica was bought by Jacqui Safra at well below its estimated value, owing to the company's financial difficulties.
Among the companies that were bought or merged with WorldCom were Advanced Communications Corp. ( 1992 ), Metromedia Communication Corp. ( 1993 ), Resurgens Communications Group ( 1993 ), IDB Communications Group, Inc ( 1994 ), Williams Technology Group, Inc. ( 1995 ), and MFS Communications Company ( 1996 ).
In 1996 AAPT bought 40 % of Cellular One Communications, followed by QNET Communications.
" In 1996, Fox bought SportSouth and renamed it " FSN South ".
In 1996, Martinair bought a 40 % stake in Colombian cargo carrier TAMPA Cargo, based in Medellín, which it increased to 58 % in 2003.
In April 1996 there was another refinancing and in March 1998 O ' Reilly bought the other 54 % of the company for £ 30 million, and assumed the company's debt.
Closed in 1987, the complex was bought by Cummings Properties in 1996, and developed into a campus of hi-tech companies and medical offices.
Originally bought by CBS, the program was first broadcast on UPN during January 1996, and soon became the most watched show broadcast on the television network.
The airline bought Transwede Airways in 1996, the second-largest domestic airline in Sweden.
Joe's, a sporting goods and automotive parts retailer was based in Wilsonville until bankruptcy in 2009, as was drugstore chain Thrifty PayLess until it was bought by Rite Aid in 1996, and video rental retailer Movie Gallery and its subsidiary Hollywood Video were as well until bankruptcy in 2010.
The company bought Leger Gallery for $ 3. 3 million in 1996, and merged it with Spink to become Spink-Leger.
In 1996, Christie's bought a town house on East 59th Street in Manhattan as a separate gallery where experts could show clients art in complete privacy to conduct private treaty sales.
In 2000, the current owner Jerry Speyer ( a close friend of David Rockefeller ), of Tishman Speyer Properties, L. P., together with the Lester Crown family of Chicago, bought for $ 1. 85 billion the older 14 buildings and land from the previous syndicated owners: Goldman Sachs ( which had 50 percent ownership ), Gianni Agnelli, Stavros Niarchos, and David Rockefeller, who organized the syndicate in 1996 and is historically associated with the other partners.
In early 1996, IOS was bought by SSA ( System Software Associates, Inc ), who saw great potential in Newi.
Then in 1996, Time Warner bought out Turner, giving WB ownership of the Popeye series, although technically speaking these two franchises are owned by the various units of WB ( Turner and DC, respectively ).
ABC was bought by The Walt Disney Company in 1996, which began airing all Disney-made programming by 1997 and canceled non-Disney made productions ( with the notable exception of The Bugs and Tweety Show, which continued to air until Warner Bros. ended the show in 2000 ).
Tiki Data was bought by Merkantildata in 1996, and ceased to exist from that point on.
In 1996, Sterling was bought by the Norwegian shipping company Fred.
Since Time Warner bought Turner Broadcasting in 1996, this policy has largely been upheld, but has also shown signs of weakening.
* 1996: Popular bought American Midwest Bank for its two branches in suburban Melrose Park, a Chicago suburb that was drawing Hispanics.
: Outboard Marine Corp. bought the division in 1990 and produced the last Grumman-brand canoe in 1996.
Mandelson bought a home in Notting Hill in 1996 with the assistance of an interest-free loan of £ 373, 000 from Geoffrey Robinson, a millionaire Labour MP who was also in the Government and subject to an inquiry into his business dealings by Mandelson's department.
* 1996 MuZ was bought by the Malaysian Corporation Hong Leong Group

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