1070

Year 1070 (MLXX) was a common year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.

Millennium: 2nd millennium
Centuries:
Decades:
Years:
1070 in various calendars
Gregorian calendar1070
MLXX
Ab urbe condita1823
Armenian calendar519
ԹՎ ՇԺԹ
Assyrian calendar5820
Balinese saka calendar991–992
Bengali calendar477
Berber calendar2020
English Regnal yearWill. 1 – 5 Will. 1
Buddhist calendar1614
Burmese calendar432
Byzantine calendar6578–6579
Chinese calendar己酉(Earth Rooster)
3766 or 3706
    — to —
庚戌年 (Metal Dog)
3767 or 3707
Coptic calendar786–787
Discordian calendar2236
Ethiopian calendar1062–1063
Hebrew calendar4830–4831
Hindu calendars
 - Vikram Samvat1126–1127
 - Shaka Samvat991–992
 - Kali Yuga4170–4171
Holocene calendar11070
Igbo calendar70–71
Iranian calendar448–449
Islamic calendar462–463
Japanese calendarEnkyū 2
(延久2年)
Javanese calendar974–975
Julian calendar1070
MLXX
Korean calendar3403
Minguo calendar842 before ROC
民前842年
Nanakshahi calendar−398
Seleucid era1381/1382 AG
Thai solar calendar1612–1613
Tibetan calendar阴土鸡年
(female Earth-Rooster)
1196 or 815 or 43
    — to —
阳金狗年
(male Iron-Dog)
1197 or 816 or 44

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References

  1. ^ a b c d e Palmer, Alan; Veronica (1992). The Chronology of British History. London: Century Ltd. pp. 53–55. ISBN 0-7126-5616-2.
  2. ^ "British History Timeline, Norman Britain, BBC". Retrieved 2007-12-23.
  3. ^ Williams, Hywel (2005). Cassell's Chronology of World History. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson. pp. 112–113. ISBN 0-304-35730-8.
  4. ^ William of Malmesbury.
  5. ^ "The History of Canterbury Cathedral". Archived from the original on October 27, 2007. Retrieved December 23, 2007.
  6. ^ Adam of Bremen. Gesta Hammaburgensis ecclesiae pontificum.
1070 AM

The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 1070 kHz: The Federal Communications Commission classifies 1070 AM as a United States and Canadian clear-channel frequency. KNX in Los Angeles and CBA in Moncton, New Brunswick shared Class A status on this frequency. But on April 7, 2008, CBA moved to the FM dial.

1070s in England

Events from the 1070s in England.

Arizona SB 1070

The Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act (introduced as Arizona Senate Bill 1070 and thus often referred to simply as Arizona SB 1070) is a 2010 legislative Act in the U.S. state of Arizona that at the time of passage in 2010 was the broadest and strictest anti-illegal immigration measure passed in the United States. It has received international attention and has spurred considerable controversy.U.S. Federal law requires aliens older than 18 to possess proper identification at all times; violation of this requirement is a federal misdemeanor crime. The Arizona act additionally made it a state misdemeanor crime for an alien to be in Arizona without carrying the required documents, required that state law enforcement officers attempt to determine an individual's immigration status during a "lawful stop, detention or arrest", when there is reasonable suspicion that the individual is an illegal immigrant. The law barred state or local officials or agencies from restricting enforcement of federal immigration laws, and imposed penalties on those sheltering, hiring and transporting unregistered aliens. The paragraph on intent in the legislation says it embodies an "attrition through enforcement" doctrine.Critics of the legislation say it encourages racial profiling, while supporters say the law prohibits the use of race as the sole basis for investigating immigration status. The law was modified by Arizona House Bill 2162 within a week of its signing with the goal of addressing some of these concerns. There have been protests in opposition to the law in over 70 U.S. cities, including boycotts and calls for boycotts of Arizona.The Act was signed into law by Governor Jan Brewer on April 23, 2010. It was scheduled to go into effect on July 29, 2010, ninety days after the end of the legislative session. Legal challenges over its constitutionality and compliance with civil rights law were filed, including one by the United States Department of Justice, that also asked for an injunction against enforcement of the law. The day before the law was to take effect, a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction that blocked the law's most controversial provisions. In June 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on the case Arizona v. United States, upholding the provision requiring immigration status checks during law enforcement stops but striking down three other provisions as violations of the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution.

CFAX

CFAX 1070 AM is a news-talk radio station in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. It was independently run until September 30, 2004, when it was taken over by Canadian media company CHUM Limited. Its sister station is CHBE-FM, which began broadcasting in 2000. It is now owned by Bell Media through its Bell Media Radio division.

The station moved into the same building as CIVI-TV, also owned by Bell Media, in March 2008. It is located at the corner of Pandora Avenue and Broad Street across from Victoria City Hall. CFAX's transmitter is located on the Trial Islands.

The station placed 3rd in the Spring 2013 BBM Ratings for Victoria.

Earl of Chester

The Earldom of Chester (Welsh: Iarllaeth Caer) was one of the most powerful earldoms in medieval England, extending principally over the counties of Cheshire and Flintshire. Since 1301 the title has generally been granted to heirs-apparent to the English throne, and from the late 14th century it has been given only in conjunction with that of Prince of Wales.

GeForce 10 series

The GeForce 10 series is a series of graphics processing units developed by Nvidia, initially based on the Pascal microarchitecture announced in March 2014.

This design series succeeded the GeForce 900 series, and is succeeded by the GeForce 16 series and GeForce 20 series using Turing microarchitecture.

On March 18, 2019 Nvidia announced that in a driver due for April 2019 they would enable DirectX Raytracing on 10 series cards starting with the 1060 6 GB, and in the 16 series cards, a feature reserved to the Turing-based RTX series up to that point.

KNTH

KNTH (branded as 1070 The Answer) AM is a news/talk radio station serving the Houston, Texas metropolitan area. It is owned by Salem Communications. The transmitter site is in Northwest Harris County and studios are located in Sharpstown district in Southwest Houston. KNTH will soon add a translator, recently purchased from Armida Saille, on 103.3 FM from a transmit site near Farm to Market Road 1960 and T.C. Jester Boulevard in Bammel Village. This translator originally operated in Kingsville, Texas.

The station broadcasts syndicated programing on the weekdays such as Morning in America (hosted by former Reagan Education Secretary Bill Bennett), The Mike Gallagher Show, Dennis Prager, Michael Medved, Hugh Hewitt, and Bloomberg On The Money. Weekends feature locally produced programs on a multitude of topics, including gardening with "The Dirt Doctor" Howard Garrett, home improvement with "House Talk Today with Chris Miles", as well as nationally syndicated shows on health, real-estate and other non-political topics. The station also broadcasts [Baylor University Football].

KNX (AM)

KNX is an Entercom-owned all-news radio station broadcasting on 1070 kHz in Los Angeles, California. It is also one of the oldest stations in the United States, having received its first broadcasting license, as KGC, in December 1921, in addition to tracing its history to the September 1920 operations of an earlier amateur station.

The station's studios, shared with sister stations KCBS-FM, KTWV and KAMP-FM, are located on Los Angeles' Miracle Mile. KNX holds a Class A license as one of the original clear-channel stations allocated under the 1928 General Order 40 band plan. Its fulltime 50,000-watt non-directional signal is heard during the day around Southern California, and at night throughout much of the western United States and parts of Mexico and Canada. The transmitter and antenna array site are located at Columbia Park in Torrance (northeast of the intersection of Hawthorne Boulevard and 190th Street).

KNX is also authorized to broadcast a digital HD Radio signal, maintains an online stream, and is carried on the FM band by KRTH-FM HD2's digital subcarrier.

Later Cholas

The Later Chola dynasty ruled the Chola Empire from 1070 C.E. until the demise of the empire in 1279 C. E. This dynasty was the product of decades of alliances based on marriages between the Cholas and the Eastern Chalukyas based in Vengi and produced some of the greatest Chola emperors such as Kulothunga Chola I (1070–1120 C. E.).

The extent of the Chola Empire during this period stretched from the island of Lanka to Kalinga in the northeast. The Empire also had active political and trade contacts with the maritime kingdoms of the Malay Archipelago and China.

List of peers 1070–1079

This page lists all peers who held extant titles between the years 1070 and 1079.

Modern pentathlon at the 1964 Summer Olympics

The modern pentathlon at the 1964 Summer Olympics was represented by two events (both for men): Individual competition and Team competition. As usual in Olympic modern pentathlon, one competition was held and each competitor's score was included to the Individual competition event results table and was also added to his teammates' scores to be included to the Team competition event results table. This competition consisted of 5 disciplines:

Equestrian, held on October 11 at Asaka Nezu Park.

Fencing, held on October 12 at Waseda Memorial Hall.

Shooting, held on October 13 at Asaka Shooting Range.

Swimming, held on October 14 at National Gymnasium.

Cross-country, held on October 15 at Kemigawa.

Modern pentathlon at the 1984 Summer Olympics

The modern pentathlon at the 1984 Summer Olympics was represented by two events: Individual competition and Team competition. As usual in Olympic modern pentathlon, one competition was held and each competitor's score was included to the Individual competition event results table and was also added to his teammates' scores to be included to the Team competition event results table. This competition consisted of 5 disciplines:

Equestrian, held on July 29.

Fencing, held on July 30.

Swimming, held on July 31.

Shooting, held on August 1.

Cross-country, also held on August 1.The event took place at the Coto Equestrian Center in Southern Orange County, California.

Transformers (film) toy line

The Transformers movie toys were released in conjunction with the 2007 Transformers film, comics and video games, and expanded on the characters and story in them. They were manufactured and sold by Hasbro worldwide, except in Japan by Takara Tomy.

It was expected that the release of a new movie would involve the production and release of associated toys from Hasbro and Takara Tomy. Images surfaced, online, of some toy prototypes, notably Starscream and a new Decepticon who was to be named Blackout, along with packaged samples of movie preview "Protoform" Optimus Prime and Starscream toys. Similarly, fans found preliminary artwork of multiple characters, although it was not known at the time how close these were to the final designs. The designs were significantly different from those of the Generation 1 characters with the same names. Reactions varied widely: some fans objected strongly to the designs, occasionally going so far as to threaten a boycott if the designs were not changed to be more traditional, while others liked them. The issue became a divisive one, as detractors accused supporters of lacking respect for the franchise's history, while supporters accused detractors of being "stuck in the past", and not accepting change. Fans of the franchise have affectionately nicknamed the designs "Bayformers" due to director Michael Bay's influence.

Even though the Transformers were heavily modified for the film for a more "alien feel", they still kept some key features from the G1 look to stay true to the character's origins.

The toyline was very popular during the time. Action figures were in constant demand and sold out at many retailers during the 2007 holiday season.

In 2008, the Deluxe Class line was awarded "Boy Toy of the Year" at the 8th Annual Toy of the Year Awards, which is held at the American International Toy Fair in New York City.

USS Downes (FF-1070)

USS Downes (DE-1070/FF-1070) was the 19th in the series of the Knox class frigates. She was the third ship to be named for Commodore John Downes

USS Electron (AG-146)

USS Electron (AG-146/AKS-27) -- also known as USS LST-1070 – was an LST-542-class tank landing ship launched by the U.S. Navy during the final months of World War II. Electron served as both a cargo ship and as an electronic parts supply ship for the U.S. Pacific Fleet and was decommissioned following the Korean War.

WAPI (AM)

WAPI (1070 kHz, "Talk 99-5, Birmingham's Real Talk") is an AM radio station licensed to Birmingham, Alabama. It carries a talk radio format, simulcast with FM sister station 99.5 WZRR. WAPI is one of several Birmingham-area radio stations owned by Cumulus Media. It is also Central Alabama's radio home of the Auburn Tigers.

WAPI and WZRR have local talk shows during the day, but at night they carry nationally syndicated shows from Cumulus subsidiary Westwood One Network including Mark Levin, Michael Savage, Red Eye Radio and First Light. Most hours begin with national news from Westwood One News. WAPI and WZRR are among three talk radio AM-FM simulcasts in the Birmingham media market, the others being 960 WERC and 105.5 WERC-FM, owned by iHeartMedia, and 1260 WYDE and 101.1 WYDE-FM, owned by Crawford Broadcasting.

WAPI broadcasts in HD. The station has studios in Homewood and its transmitter is in Forestdale. WAPI's daytime power is 50,000 watts, non-directional, the maximum power for AM stations permitted by the Federal Communications Commission. Because AM 1070 is a clear channel frequency reserved for Class A KNX Los Angeles, WAPI must reduce power at night to 5,000 watts, using a directional antenna, as a Class B station.

WFNI

WFNI (1070 kHz "107.5 and 1070 The Fan") is a commercial AM radio station in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is owned by Emmis Communications and carries an all-sports radio format. The studios and offices are located at 40 Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis. The transmitter and antenna are located off Perry Worth Drive near Interstate 65 in Whitestown, Indiana, northwest of Indianapolis. WFNI is simulcast on an FM translator W298BB at 107.5 MHz.AM 1070 is the former home of WIBC, which had broadcast on that frequency since 1938. In 2007, WIBC's talk programming moved to co-owned 93.1 FM, and an all-sports format began on 1070, carrying local hosts weekdays with ESPN Radio Network programming heard nights, weekends and in the early morning.

WIBC (FM)

WIBC (93.1 MHz) is a commercial FM radio station in Indianapolis. It is owned by Emmis Communications and broadcasts a talk radio format. The studios are located at 40 Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis. The transmitter and antenna are located near South Post Road and Burk Road on the far east side of Indianapolis. The station airs mostly local conservative talk shows on weekdays, with several nationally syndicated programs, including Dana Loesch, Chad Benson, Coast to Coast AM with George Noory and on weekends Kim Komando and Bill Cunningham. Weekends also feature shows on money, health, gardening, computers and guns. Some weekend hours are paid brokered programming. Some hours begin with world and national news from Fox News Radio.

For nearly seven decades, WIBC broadcast on the AM radio frequency of 1070 kHz. On December 26, 2007, WIBC's call letters and talk programming moved to the FM dial at co-owned 93.1 MHz. Also on that date, the 1070 kHz frequency took the call sign WFNI and began an all-sports format as "1070 The Fan".WIBC broadcasts in HD, using its HD-2 signal for WFNI's local sports format, also heard on translator 107.5 W298BB. WIBC's HD-3 signal carries the national ESPN Radio Network.

WTSO

WTSO (1070 kHz "The Big 1070") is a commercial AM radio station in Madison, Wisconsin. The station is owned and operated by iHeartMedia, Inc., and airs a sports radio format. Since Summer of 2014, WTSO is simulcast on FM translator W265CV at 100.9 MHz.WTSO's offices and studios are on South Fish Hatchery Road in Fitchburg (but using Madison as its mailing address). The transmitter is off East Tower Road in McFarland. WTSO operates at 10,000 watts by day. But at night it reduces its power to 5000 watts, using a directional antenna, because AM 1070 is a clear-channel frequency. WTSO must protect Class A stations KNX Los Angeles and CBA Moncton, New Brunswick, from interference, so the nighttime signal is nulled away from the west and the east. (CBA switched to the FM dial in 2008 but WTSO still must protect the Canadian AM station's former coverage area.) WTSO's FM translator operates with 250 watts from a 243-meter (798 foot) tower off South Pleasant View Road in Madison.

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