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" Pirate radio " in the UK first became widespread in the early 1960s when pop music stations such as Radio Caroline and Radio London started to broadcast on medium wave to the UK from offshore ships or disused sea forts.
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The Israeli Pirate radios experienced prosperity which happened in tandem with the establishment of legal regional radio stations, and to the reorganization of the military radio stations in 1993 ( the establishment of Galgalatz in tandem with the Israel Defense Forces Radio, instead of the former two stations " Army 1 " and " Army 2 ").
WSOU-FM, " Seton Hall's Pirate Radio ", is a non-commercial educational public radio station licensed to South Orange and has studios and offices on the campus of Seton Hall University and operates at 89. 5 FM.
Local commercial radio station Pirate FM held a charity fundraiser in April 2002, which involved redecorating the newly reopened Tamar Bridge.
Pirate radio may be a commercial enterprise supported by advertising targeted to listeners in the reception area, or may be privately run for entertainment, or political reasons, sometimes on a very small scale covering only a few city blocks.
Pirate radio stations are sometimes called bootleg stations ( a term especially associated with two-way radio ), clandestine stations ( associated with heavily politically motivated operations ) or Free Radio stations.
In this context, ' Pirate ' radio thus refers to stations that do advertise and plug various gigs and raves.
Pirate radio has long been synonymous with AM ( LW, MW & SW ) and FM ( VHF ) unlicensed broadcasting and " border blasting " in most parts of the world.
Pirate radio broadcasting from artificial marine fixtures or anchored ships can be controlled by the affected coastal nation or other nations wherever that broadcast may originate, whether in the territorial sea, exclusive economic zone, the continental shelf or even on the high seas.
Pirate radio enjoyed another brief resurgence with a literal re-launch of Radio Caroline in 1983, and the arrival of American-owned Laser 558 in 1985.
Pirate and UK
On April 30, 2012 the UK High Court ordered five ISPs to block BitTorrent search engine The Pirate Bay.
" Additionally the Pirate Party UK has a version of the tape and bones with the logo " copyright is killing music-and it's legal " and the Swedish Piratbyrån is using the same tape and bones as their logo.
In the 2010 general election, standing as an independent candidate in the Cities of London and Westminster Parliamentary constituency, from the contact address listed on the New Britain website, Dennis Delderfield finished third from bottom, ahead of the Pirate Party UK candidate and " Mad Cap ' n Tom ".
Guest speakers include exhibiting artist Brendan Fan, FaceRook artist Candy Chen Shuhui, Laurence Kaye from Pirate Party UK, Matthew Trump from the Northern Cybercrime Forensics Group, and Tom Kinniburgh, Associate Producer of the Application Company Chillingo Limited.
He has played numerous major music festivals including the Bonnaroo ( Manchester, Tennessee, 2010 ), Camp Bisco 9 ( Mariaville, New York, July 2010 ), Jisan Valley Rock Festival ( Seoul, Korea, July 2009, also featuring Oasis, Weezer, Fall Out Boy, Basement Jaxx ), PHAT 09 ( near Westport, New Zealand, New Year's Eve 2008 ), Pirate Station ( St. Petersburg, Moscow, Ekaterinburg, Russia ), Summerfest " The World's Largest Music Festival " ( Milwaukee, 2008 ), Sanctuary Drum & Bass Festival ( Dieselboy vs. Noisia )( UK, 2008 ), US Virgin Mobile Festival ( Baltimore, 2007 ), South by Southwest ( Austin, TX ; 2010, 2009, 2007 ), Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival ( Los Angeles, Dallas, Denver, Puerto Rico ), Ultra Music Festival ( Winter Music Conference, Miami, 2010, 2009 ), Love Parade, Bassrush, Creamfields, Shambhala ( Canada, 2010, 2007 ), DEMF ( Detroit Electronic Music Festival ), Starscape ( Baltimore, MD ; 2010, 2009, 2008 ), Global Gathering ( UK, 2004 ), HFStival ( Washington, DC ; 1999, 2000 ).
The 2009 movie The Boat That Rocked ( retitled Pirate Radio in North America ) is about UK pirate radio and loosely based on Radio Caroline.
On 14 August 1967 The Marine Offences Act was introduced in the UK and the Pirate Stations were shut down.
The British Broadcasting Corporation were chosen by the UK Government to come up with a Station to replace the Pirates, And so in 1967 BBC Radio 1 started broadcasting having employed many of the DJ's from the Pirate stations ( Tony Blackburn, Kenny Everett & John Peel etc.
Tomy UK was founded in 1982 for sale and distribution of Tomy products in Europe, and has brought toys such as Zoids and a variety of games like Pop-up Pirate to the West with great success.
Pirate and first
After the 2011 state election, there is a coalition of the Social Democratic Party with the Christian Democratic Union, and for the first time ever, the Pirate Party won seats in a state parliament in Germany.
Former Pittsburgh Pirate manager Lloyd McClendon is jokingly referred to as having " stolen first " in a June 26, 2001 game – after disputing a call at first base, he yanked the base out of the ground and left the field with it, delaying the game.
According to critic Geoffrey Blum, the process that saw its beginnings in 1942's Pirate Gold first bore its full fruit in 1950's ' Vacation Time ,' which he describes as ' a visual primer for reading comics and understanding ... the form ...." From the early 1950s Barks undertook the quarterly adventures of Uncle Scrooge and the duck clan in Scrooge's own title.
The Pirate Island, introduced in newer editions, is the first scenario which changes the mechanics of new gameplay elements introduced in Seafarers.
Pirate communities were some of the first to instate a system of checks and balances similar to the one used by the present-day United States and many other countries.
O ' Brien continued to work with Merian C. Cooper at RKO on a number of projects including the epic The Last Days of Pompeii ( 1935 ) and The Dancing Pirate ( 1936 ), which was O ' Brien's first Technicolor production.
His mother is known only as Maw Pete and was mentioned in the story " Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold " by Carl Barks and Jack Hannah ( first published October, 1942 ) as a resident of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
" But first, Fairbanks appears as the " Black Pirate ", who offers to join their company and fight their best man to prove his worth.
The Black Pirate was the third feature to be filmed in an early two-tone Technicolor process that had been first introduced in the 1922 feature Toll of the Sea.
The Pirate Planet is the second serial of the 16th season in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts from 30 September to 21 October 1978.
Ray Rogers, the first Pearl Pirate quarterback and the namesake of Ray Rogers Stadium on the Pearl High School campus.
Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold is a comic book starring Donald Duck that was originally printed in Four Color # 9 ( the first Donald Duck Four Color ) in October 1942.
In 1942 he collaborated with Carl Barks on the first two comic books Barks worked on, Pluto Saves the Ship and Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold.
Prime is one of the first Metroid games to address the reason Samus does not start with power-ups attained in previous games ; she begins the game with certain upgrades, but during an explosion on the Space Pirate Frigate Orpheon, they are all lost.
Fern Gully was started as a " Pirate " sit, unconnected at first from any organizations such as Earth First !.
At the Brethren Court, she is elected " Pirate King " after Sparrow breaks a stalemate ( in all previous meetings except the first, Pirate Lords had always voted for themselves ).
The first episode opens with the Earth Congress dispatching the entire Exofleet, humanity's space-based military, to counter the Pirate threat.
His first professional sale was an action-adventure story entitled " Pirate Cay "; it appeared in the September 1929 issue of Top Notch magazine.
Two stage versions of Dora the Explorer toured North America, the first being " City of Lost Toys ", and the second being " Dora's Pirate Adventure.
1942 was one of Capcom's first breakaway hits, eclipsing in popularity the company's preceding three titles: ( Vulgus, Sonson, and Pirate Ship Higemaru ).