Big swig

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Possible Answers: ARTE, BELT, GULP.

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Random information on the term “ARTE”:

ARTE (Association relative à la télévision européenne) is a public Franco-German TV network, a European channel, that promotes programming in the areas of culture and the arts. It is made up of three separate companies: the Strasbourg-based European Economic Interest Grouping ARTE GEIE, plus two member companies acting as editorial and programme production centres, ARTE France in Paris (France) and ARTE Deutschland in Baden-Baden (Germany). As an international joint venture (an EEIG), its programmes cater technically to audiences from both France and Germany. This implies double-titling, opposite-language subtitling, dubbing, hosts who speak both languages alternately, and two separate audio tracks (through DVB-T, satellite television and digital cable).

80% of ARTE’s programming are provided in equal proportion by the two member companies ARTE France and ARTE Deutschland while the remainder is being provided by ARTE GEIE and the channel’s European partners.

ARTE France was formerly known as La Sept. ARTE Deutschland TV GmbH is a subsidiary of the two main public German TV networks ARD and ZDF.

ARTE on Wikipedia

Random information on the term “GULP”:

The Good Old Democratic Party (GOD), also known as Good Old Democracy, is a minor political party in Grenada led by Francis McBurnie. The party was established by journalist Justin McBurnie, and first contested national elections in 1990, when it received only six votes for its one candidate and failed to win a seat. In the 1995 elections it received 16 votes (three candidates) and again failed to win a seat. In 1999 it fielded three candidates, but received only twelve votes, reduced to ten (two candidates) in 2003 and just three (one candidate) in 2008. This total rose to 14 (two candidates) in 2013.

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