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VALLEY OF THE BOOM features a hybrid of scripted storytelling and documentary interviews with the key players whose stories are dramatized in the show. Silicon Valley spawned some of the world’s most influential people and recognizable brands during the 1990s and attracted geniuses and charlatans alike.


 


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Today in TV History: January 16

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These events first aired on TV on January 16:

  • 2013:  Fulgencio Joseph 'Joe' Pritchett is born on Modern Family
  • 2001:  Charlie is born on Three Sisters
  • 1997:  Dennis Gant dies on ER
  • 1985:  Nicole 'Nikki' Simpson and Jeff Colby are married on Dynasty

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These events occurred on January 16:

  • 1988:  First time an investigative report of the CIA appeared on TV.
  • 1967:  First time the National College Queen Pageant is televised.
  • 1953:  First broadcast by KXLY-TV (channel 4; Spokane, WA).
  • 1949:  First broadcast by KNBC-TV (channel 4; Los Angeles, CA) as KNBH-TV.
  • 1949:  First broadcast by WUSA-TV (channel 9; Washington, DC) as WTOP-TV.

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