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MTV Base is a 24-hour music and general entertainment channel from Viacom International Media Networks Europe. The channel focuses primarily on music from the world of R'n'B, hiphop, reggae, soul and urban. The MTV Base brand first launched in the United Kingdom and in the Republic of Ireland on 1 July 1999, later launching in other European territories such as the Netherlands and Germany. MTV Base Africa launched in February 2005 throughout the African continent and MTV Base in French-speaking territories launched on 21 December 2007. MTV Base began broadcasting in widescreen on 28 March 2012.
MTV Base is available in the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, the Republic of Ireland, Kenya and South Africa. The channel was previously available in the Netherlands, Germany and other European countries but was replaced by MTV Dance in some territories from March 2008.
Abandonia is an abandonware website, focusing mainly on showcasing video games and distributing games made for the MS-DOS system.
Abandonia also features a music section and an Abandonware List, a continuously expanded database of over 4600 games including information about their publishers, release dates and whether according to the staff's knowledge the software is sold, protected or abandoned. This list is a sum total of research and enquiries made by the site crew, with sources including but not limited to MobyGames, Wikipedia and the company registry at Home of the Underdogs.
Reloaded (sometimes referred to as "AR" or simply "Reloaded") is a sister project of Abandonia, with the focus upon freeware games.
Every game showcased is accompanied by a set of screenshots, and reviews written and proof-read by members. As non-profit sites, both Abandonia and Abandonia Reloaded are community-driven projects. With the exception of the featured games themselves, all content available on the sites is created by their community as a volunteer effort.
Both also feature a progressive system of game evaluation, in which the quality of the game is rated not just by the reviewer but also by
Abandonia Reloaded, commonly referred to as AR, is a site dedicated to the development and distribution of freeware games. It was created on 2005-05-07 by Kosta Krauth, Monica Schoenthaler, Maikel Kersbergen & Tom Henrik Aaberg. Currently (September 2006), the site offers review, interview, screenshot and links to downloads for over 200 freeware games, as well as extras like walkthrough written exclusively for AR. The site features a progressive system of game evaluation, in which the quality of the game is rated not only by the reviewer but also by the votes of regular visitors. The site is maintained by a large number of staff, most of whom have previously been involved with Abandonia Reloaded's sister-site Abandonia.
As a non-profit site, AR is a community-driven project. With the exception of the featured games themselves, all content available on the site, including reviews, interviews, and graphics (such as featured banners, screenshots, etc.) are created by the community as a volunteer effort.
The AR community mostly revolves around its forum, which is where members can read contribution guidelines and coordinate submissions, as well as discuss issues that are not
Player is a weekly digitally driven music and news show presented by MTV Base Africa VJ Sizwe Dhlomo. The show features international entertainment news and content with a Pan-African focus. In addition, the show regularly brings African viewers exclusive music videos, thus keeping viewers up to date with the latest in international music.
The name of the show Player is a pun, centering around the host, Sizwe as well as a media player, the buttons of which are activated by Sizwe throughout the show. There are various elements within the show which are aimed at bringing the viewers closer to the host, as well as the use of user generated content to allow the viewer to express themselves on television.
My mobie is a segment in which viewers are shown a scene from a famous movie or music video and then encouraged to send video clips of their reenaction of the scene from video cameras or Mobile phones, which then get featured in that section of the show.HH
Flash Frame is a competition within the show. At any one split second during the show, a picture will flash on the screen. Viewers are invited to send Sizwe an email, telling him what the picture was, in order to put themselves in
Freeware (portmanteau of "free" and "software") is software that is available for use at no cost or for an optional fee, but usually with one or more restricted usage rights. Freeware is in contrast to commercial software, which is typically sold for profit, but might be distributed for a business or commercial purpose in the aim to expand the marketshare of a "premium" product. According to the Free Software Foundation, "freeware" is a loosely defined category and it has no clear accepted definition, although FSF says it must be distinguished from free software (libre). Popular examples of closed-source freeware include Adobe reader and Skype.
The term freeware was coined by Andrew Fluegelman when he wanted to sell a communications program named PC-Talk that he had created but for which he did not wish to use traditional methods of distribution because of their cost. Fluegelman actually distributed PC-Talk via a process now referred to as shareware. Current use of the term freeware does not necessarily match the original concept by Andrew Fluegelman.
The term freeware was used often in the 1980s for programs released only as executables, with source code not available.