When Destiny, captain of three-time national champions "The Rebels," is challenged to a global cheer showdown by an edgy new team called "The Truth," the Cheer Goddess organizes a virtual battle for squads from all around the world. It seems like the whole world wants to take down Destiny and her team, and they just might succeed, unless Destiny can rise to the challenge, set her ego aside and figure out who her real friends are.
After releasing their first English-language album The Beginning in late 2010, JYJ took their music to fans all around the world. Held at the Jamsil Olympic Stadium in November 2010, JYJ Worldwide Concert in Seoul is certainly a world-class show produced by Jeri Slaughter. JYJ performed the songs from The Beginning as well as the Sungkyunkwan Scandal soundtrack and revealed songs from Their Rooms.
PBS series documentary based on a book of the same name that argues the oppression of women worldwide is the "paramount moral challenge" of our time.
This documentary film gives us a close inside look into the biggest art movement the world has seen so far, and into an art form that is not really accepted as such and yet not understood by most of the people.
Hashire Melos! is the title of two Japanese animated films. The first was directed by Tomoharu Katsumata and released on Japanese television on February 7, 1981. It was either 68 or 87 minutes long, and its official title did not include the exclamation mark on the end. The second, with the exclamation mark, was a 107-minute remake of the first and was released on July 25, 1992. It featured direction and screenplay by Masaaki Osumi, music by Kazumasa Oda, art by Hiroyuki Okiura and Satoshi Kon, and background art by Hiroshi Ohno. Both were produced by Toei Company Ltd. Visual 80, and both were based on the original short story written by Osamu Dazai in 1940.
WCW WorldWide was a syndicated TV show produced by World Championship Wrestling.
Worldwide Exchange is a television business news program on CNBC channels around the world. It used to be broadcast live from studios on three continents until May 11, 2012. The global program is now anchored by Ross Westgate in London. Christine Tan was the Singapore anchor from the programme's debut until her departure May 11, 2012. Michelle Caruso-Cabrera served as the U.S.-based anchor from the show's launch until October 19, 2007, after which Brian Shactman filled the role as a regular until 2009. Nicole Lapin anchored from February 1, 2010 to August 2011. Kelly Evans became the U.S.-based anchor from May 14, 2012, when the show was reduced to one location, discontinuing the Asian and United States legs altogether. She co-anchored with Westgate in London through May 3, 2013. He became the sole anchor of the programme 3 days later, after Evans returned to the United States. The program is produced by CNBC Europe in London. Billed as "the first ever global business news broadcast", Worldwide Exchange began its broadcast on 2005, and is the first CNBC program to be jointly produced by three of the network's regional channels. It airs from 4am to 6am ET on the main CNBC channel and CNBC World in the United States, 10am to noon CET on CNBC Europe, and 4pm to 6pm or 5pm to 7pm Hong Kong/Singapore/Taiwan Time on CNBC Asia. As a result of the success of Worldwide Exchange, a second joint production, Capital Connection, debuted on CNBC Europe and CNBC Asia on March 26, 2007.
Worldwide Day of Play is an annual event designed to encourage children and parents to turn off the television and play, especially outdoors. The yearly event officially began on all US Nickelodeon channels: Nickelodeon, Nick GAS, Noggin, The N, and NickToons on October 1, 2005. The event was first shown on October 2, 2004 on Nickelodeon. Some foreign versions of Nick also participated. The event is designed as a finale for Nick's six-month long Let's Just Play campaign. In addition, Nick.com would also have special features for children to learn how to stay active and healthy.