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Even though summer is winding down and the school year has just started, you can continue your summer vacation this year with TV marathons and special events. No Labor Day Weekend is complete without a DIRTY JOBS marathon -- this year you can watch on Friday (Animal Planet) and Saturday (Science Channel). Whatever your viewing pleasure, TV Tango has your complete guide to series and movie marathons and events on TV for your entire Labor Day Weekend.



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Today in TV History: September 4

Hey! See all TV shows that aired on this date 17 years ago...

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  • 1992:  First non-news program to be seen on three networks (CBS, NBC, PBS) simultaneously
  • 1972:  First time the All-American Quarter Horse Futurity is televised live.
  • 1965:  First broadcast by KREZ-TV (channel 6; Durango, CO).
  • 1953:  First broadcast by WGEM-TV (channel 10; Quincy, IL).
  • 1953:  First broadcast by WTXX-TV (channel 20; Waterbury, CT) as WATR-TV.
  • 1951:  First U.S. coast-to-coast TV broadcast (President Truman at the Japanese peace treaty signing in San Francisco).
  • 1940:  First broadcast by CBS (W2XAB; New York, NY)

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