Music Bank is a South Korean music television program broadcast by Korean Broadcasting System. It airs live every Friday at 6:10PM-KST. As of 2011, it is broadcast in 72 different countries through KBS World. As of April 12, 2013 it is hosted by Jinwoon and Park Se-young. It is broadcast from the KBS New Wing Open Hall in Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul.
The South Bank Show is a television arts magazine show that was produced by ITV between 1978 and 2010. A new series began on Sky Arts from 27 May 2012. Presented by Melvyn Bragg, the show aims to bring both high art and popular culture to a mass audience.
Choco Bank is about a guy named Kim Eun Haeng, who is a college graduate entering the workforce. His father made sure he had a lucky start in life by giving him a name that meant money. Eun Haeng (meaning Bank in Korean) will deal with the concerns many in their 20s struggle with when they start working for the very first time.And a girl named Ha Cho Co who is getting ready to start a business. The story plays out as the two meet and finds out more about the financial service industry.
Do you want to learn more about your favorite music videos? “MV Bank Stardust Season 2” highlights the music videos and the behind-the-scenes stories from all your favorite K-pop idols and groups! Don’t miss this brand new style of music variety show where all your favorite music stars will talk about their new albums and other recent events in their careers and lives. This is your chance to learn more about the music videos that you love to watch and find out how they were produced!
Memory Bank was a daytime gameshow which was shown on Five in the UK. It featured several rounds of memory themed games. In the final round the contestant was shown fifteen words and each word remembered was worth a cash prize.
The show was presented by Jonathan Gould and Rachel Pierman. Three contestants were featured in each episode. The show shared a similar format to Five's popular daytime quiz BrainTeaser, sometimes described as its sister show. Both featured viewer puzzles where viewers at home could call in to win cash prizes. Initially the series had a flatter structure that BrainTeaser, in that all three contestants participated in all of the rounds until the final, where only the one with the highest score would proceed; however, in June 2004 the series was revamped to follow a pattern later adopted by BrainTeaser whereby one contestant was eliminated at a time until eventually only one contestant remained.
The show, which began in April 2004, was last aired in October 2004; originally episodes were 30 minutes in length, and this format produced moderately high enough viewing figures to convince Five to extend the show to an hour in length by June 2004 in an attempt to emulate the more competitive format of BrainTeaser; however, this would eventually transpire to be series' undoing, as the new format proved less popular with viewers; having failed to repeat the success of BrainTeaser following the extension in length, Five cancelled Memory Bank in October 2004.
Va-Bank is the Georgian version of Deal or No Deal. It was shown on Rustavi 2 from November 11, 2008 to June 23, 2009 and hosted by Misha Mshvildadze.
This show uses the music of the American version, the set is also similar to that version. There are 26 models, each carries a briefcase containing prizes between 0.01 lari and 50,000 lari.
On February 3, 2009, two Georgian soccer players, Rezo and Archil Arveladze, won the top prize.
Kabarkada, Break The Bank is a Philippine game show by Endemol. It was first aired on August 27, 2007 on Studio 23 and is hosted by Mo Twister. The show is a spin-off from ABS-CBN's Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal which is also from Endemol.
Break the Bank is an American game show created by Jack Barry and Dan Enright and produced by their production company Barry & Enright Productions. It was the first game show produced by Barry and Enright as a tandem since their fall from grace following the 1950s quiz show scandals.
The show aired in the spring and summer of 1976 as an ABC daytime series hosted by Tom Kennedy, and in weekly syndication during the 1976–1977 season, hosted by creator-producer Barry.
Break the Bank is a game show created by Richard S. Kline. It aired in syndication from September 16, 1985 to May 23, 1986, with repeats airing until September 12. It was not related to two previous shows by the same name.
The series debuted with Gene Rayburn as host, with Joe Farago taking over in December 1985. Kandace Kuehl was the co-host for the first three shows and was then replaced afterward with 1983 Miss USA winner Julie Hayek. Voice-over artist Michael Hanks was the announcer.
Break the Bank was the first game show produced under the Kline & Friends production company, with former Barry & Enright director Richard S. Kline the executive producer and director of the series. Other former Barry & Enright staffers, including Gary Cox and D.A. Diana, also worked on this show.
Bank of Hollywood is an American reality television series. Hosted by Bryan Callen, the show airs on E!. It is based on the U.K. series Fortune: Million Pound Giveaway, in which contestants must appeal to a celebrity panel in order to receive money, and produced by Ryan Seacrest.
The panel consists of four celebrities:
⁕Melody Thornton - Pussycat Doll
⁕Candy Spelling - author, entrepreneur, mother of actress Tori Spelling and wife of late film and television producer, Aaron Spelling
⁕Vanessa Rousso - professional poker player
⁕Sean Patterson - President of Wilhelmina Models
World History. Bank Imperial was a Russian television commercial series, advertising the now defunct Russian Bank Imperial and aired in 1992—1997. Directed and produced by Timur Bekmambetov, it consisted of 18 history-themed spots with an average running time of one minute. The spots were shot in Europe, Central Asia and in some other places.
The advertising campaign won the prizes of the Moscow International Advertisement Festival, 1994 New Europe Festival in Slovenia, 1995 Golden Drum and the gold medal of the Houston International Film Festival. All spots are now available for video streaming or downloading from the Internet.
The CfC-Stanbic Bank Magnate is a Kenyan business reality television show in which 14 participants compete in an elimination-style competition for a top prize of 1.5 million Kenya shillings as seed capital for their business. The show typically ends with the 3 board members eliminating one of the contestants with the catch phrase, "You Have to Go!". The slogan of the show is "Winning is Just the Beginning".
The show first aired in October 27, 2011 and it's on its first season.