A television program usually broadcast on a regular weekly schedule
  • Prisoner, The - 1967-68 British TV series starring Patrick McGoohan
  • South Park - "I'm goin' down to South Park. Gonna have myself a time."


Television program - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"A television program, television programme or simply television show is a segment of programming in television broadcasting. It may be a one-off broadcast or, more usually, part of a periodically returning television series. A television series that is intended to air a finite number of episodes is usually called a miniseries or serial (although the latter term also has other meanings). Americans call a short run lasting less than a year a season; People of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland generally call this a series. This season or series usually consists of 6-26 installments. U.S. industry practice tends to favor longer seasons than those of some other countries. ..."


Libertarian Applications to Current Problems: The Problems, by Murray Rothbard, For a New Liberty, 1973
Chapter 4 of For A New Liberty: List of brief overviews of major problems in society, e.g., taxes, fiscal crisis, crime, pollution, inflation, etc.
"Television consists of bland programs and distorted news. Radio and television channels have been nationalized for half a century by the federal government, which grants channels as a gift to privileged licensees, and can and does withdraw these gifts when a station displeases the government's Federal Communications Commission. How can any genuine freedom of speech or of the press exist under such conditions?"